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Most US news coverage is designed to appeal to those with a nine year old child’s comprehension level. This is is a sad commentary on present day America, but the fact is we have been severely dumbed down and for the most part are no longer able to understand or partake in issue discussions at an adult level. This has profound negative implications for our self governing, constitutional, democratic republic.

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Christchurch Shooting was a False Flag – Here’s Proof (video)

The Christchurch New Zealand massacre was supposed to be a MEGA event for Gun Grabbers world wide. Unfortunately, the truth is starting to leak out despite Mainstream and Social Media attempts to snuff the perp’s head-cam  video from the Internet. The following video provides conclusive proof that this entire event …

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Federal Employee Pay & Benefits

  “Whether its CNBC, or The New York Times, or NPR, the mainstream media is clearly committed to using ‘partial government shutdowns’ to portray federal workers as beleaguered victims of the American political system.” Read more… Sources: Mises Institute Related Articles: Economic Warning to U.S. – All Dominoes Fall the …

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How Easy it is to End up In Prison for a Crime You Didn’t Commit

The following story went viral. It’s not about a manifest injustice, although that most certainly occurred in spades. Rather, it is about the purely evil intent and actions of three individuals: a young woman (shown above) trying to play out a twisted fantasy, a prosecuting attorney: … who knew she …

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When the largest fire in California history (the Camp fire) began, mainstream media blamed it on campers who left their campfire unattended. When that meme fell apart they tried to blame it on a woman who lived in an isolated home in the forest, but that story too failed when …

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Small Business on the Brink

Small businesses are closing in record numbers. This might not matter except that it’s small business that creates most American jobs. “Timothy Leary famously coined the definitive 60s counterculture phrase, “Turn on, tune in, drop out” in 1966. (According to Wikipedia, In a 1988 interview with Neil Strauss, Leary said …

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America’s Turn to Socialism

  “As the middle class disintegrates and poverty grows, more Americans than ever are becoming dependent on the government just to survive.  Today, we live in a country where most workers do not earn enough to support a middle class family, and we are seeing the homelessness crisis spiral out …

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Three Steps to Get Government Out of Your Life

  “Believe it or not, the best way to get a stalker out of your life is to ignore them. You don’t give them any recognition, and you don’t react to their threats. That was the topic of yesterday’s article, If We Ignore Government, Will it Go Away? Of course, …

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CA Wildfires & Hurricanes – Disaster Capitalism at Work


California’s latest spat of wildfires are no accident, neither are recent hurricanes. As one CIA assets says: “In today’s world, there are no accidents or coincidences”. ‘Disaster Capitalism’ is Big business. It’s as American as apple pie. Millions are employed repairing, restoring and replacing homes, vehicles, appliances and infrastructure damaged …

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CA Bar Mass Shooting is a False Flag

“CA bar & grill psyop: Why they did it, why they did it there, and why they did it now. The election theft perps had to change the conversation—FAST! There’s no better way to change the public discourse than to stage a horrific mass shooting somewhere in the USA. The …

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The Mystery of the Eugene Signal – Still Unsolved (video)

“Why exactly was this particular electromagnetic signal hovering over and saturating this town? How does it connect to military and political control objectives? What are the ultimate implications – for residents of this particular area, and for the peoples of the world? The larger truth goes much, much deeper, indeed, …

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