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James Fitzgerald

James Fitzgerald is a senior editor and cutting edge journalist who has worked on national newspapers for 16 years.

It is easy to spot control freaks these days: they shout at you in stores if you aren’t masked up; they pump out fear through newspapers; and they twist your arm to take experimental jabs. But the wheeling and dealing doesn’t stop there; now they want to sneakily get under …

These are testing times — and not just because of the hysteria and hypocrisy over the “pandemic”. Our familiarity with dystopian literature is also being brought to the fore, as the draconis horribilis scenario races ahead. Those of us who have read Nineteen Eighty-Four, Animal Farm, Logan’s Run, A Handmaid’s Tale, The Matrix, Fahrenheit 451, Brave New World, Gattaca or Soylent Green will perceive …

Free speech comes at a cost, because words are power and create ripples throughout the world. The wise, after realizing the impact of their words, begin to cultivate discretion and discernment. Not much of a problem, you might say, but how much practice have we all put into developing the …

The linkage might seem tenuous and crude, but social theorists working for the military allegedly gained valuable insights on Covid “vaccine” adoption among segments of the population based on hoarding behavior displayed during the media-generated run on toilet paper last year. The conclusion was that the people who erratically and selfishly …

After the US Senate cleared Donald Trump of the impeachment charges on February 13, he released a brief valedictory statement, before going to ground in Florida. After his acquittal — for allegedly inciting violence among his supporters on January 6 — Trump stated: “Our cherished Constitutional Republic was founded on …

Four years ago the world was introduced to the concept of “fake news”. Many people may have suspected that the consensus reality of corporate news was a fantasy designed to stupefy and confuse the populace, but the validation from the incoming President Trump solidified the distrust. This was met by …

This was to be an article about the transition team of Joe Biden in the run up to his possible inauguration. However, the unfolding events over the past few days cast new light on the nature of the presidential election and added credence to claims that the sitting president has …

Food lines on a scale not seen since the Great Depression are springing up across America, and official unemployment rolls suggest 22 million people are out of work, as pandemic restrictions hit small businesses and workforces of all kinds. The much mooted “Dark Winter” of Covid-19 is here, if media …

Back in 2000, when liberals were partying in the streets celebrating the victory of President-Elect Al Gore, three lawyers were drafted in to investigate the result — they were Brett Kavanaugh, Niel Gorsuch and Amy Coney Barrett. The rest is history. All three are now associate justices of the Supreme …

We live in a world where people wait in line for what is already theirs — food, water, and shelter. When the European immigrants landed on the shores of the American continent in the first wave of settlement in the 1600s, they quickly cast off the burdens of feudalism and …