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Thanks to the latest release of the “Twitter Files,” we now know without a doubt that the entire “Russia disinformation” racket was a massive disinformation campaign to undermine US elections and perhaps even push “regime change” inside the United States after Donald Trump was elected president in 2016. Here is …

In secret facilities all over the planet, scientists are pushing the envelope far beyond what most of us thought was possible.  They are developing technologies that are decades ahead of what the general public has access to right now, and in many cases little regard is being given to any …

“Football and beer filled the horizon of their minds, to keep them in control was not difficult.” -George Orwell I don’t care how long one works, nor do I care what one does as an occupation, there is no job that pays 100 million dollars a year. Yet, we see …

Sunday has always been the day when I get up early in the morning, read some journal articles on Critical Race Theory, or anything else that interests me, and then do my own writing on the topic. Critical Race Theory, or even just Critical Theory itself, is something I am …

California wants $569 billion in slavery reparations. A California task force studying the long-term effects of slavery and systemic racism on black residents in the state has estimated a whopping $569 billion in reparations is owed to the descendants of enslaved people, according to a report. But that would just be the …

Nurse and nutritionist Kate Shemirani joins me for an information packed two hours in dealing with the issue of transmission of “vaccines”, sometimes referred to as “shedding.” You’ll get her educated opinion on it. We’ll also look at what happens when you take processed sugar into your body and along …

My old friend Yuri Maltsev passed away on Thursday.  As many LRC and Mises.org readers know, Yuri was part of Mikhail Gorbachev’s Perestroika staff until he defected from the Soviet Union in 1989 and came to America.  He earned a Ph.D. at Moscow State University during the Cold War and, …

Life often takes us in unexpected directions, but Maria Sue Bell’s life has been more rollicking and full of surprises than most. Back in 1984 and 1985, Bell served in the Army National Guard and was on Army Active Duty until Jan. 31, 1986. In a warning sign of what …

No matter what happens, it’s racist. The first rule of America is that everything is racist. If you’re confused about this rule, you’re racist. If the sun rises in the morning, it’s racist. If it doesn’t rise in the morning, it’s also racist. If the earth turns out to be …

In the county of Lapeer, Michigan, several Christian men have had enough of protests, petitions and being upset with how their government infringes on their rights, attacks their children and steals their money. Several men were challenged to live out their faith by standing for the Word and law of …