All News

Greta Thunberg Returns With More Nonsense

Leftist puppet Greta Thunberg was back protesting outside the Swedish parliament on Friday, the three-year anniversary of her first school strike which grew into a global, youth-led protest movement. Thunberg’s grassroot initiative caught on around the world, with millions rallying at weekly “Fridays for Future” protests to call on world leaders to listen to scientists about, and act to stop, ...

Read More »

Taliban Armed With American Weapons, Vehicles

Taliban forces are conquering Afghanistan with the very same equipment the US provided to help defeat them.  Reports and photos confirm the insurgents have their hands on M4 carbines, M16 rifles, Black Hawk helicopters, A-29 Super Tucano attack aircraft, Humvees, and other armored vehicles. Experts worry the Taliban may have seized biometric devices capable of identifying Afghans who assisted American ...

Read More »

Taliban step up door-to-door hunts

Taliban fighters killed the relative of a Deutsche Welle journalist in Afghanistan as the group steps up its searches for people connected to or who worked for the West. The German broadcaster Deutsche Welle said that Taliban fighters who were searching for its journalist had shot dead one of their family members, and seriously injured another relative, while other family members ...

Read More »

Explosion Near The Capital

Police are investigating a report of a possible explosive device in a pickup truck outside the Library of Congress on Capitol Hill and have evacuated multiple buildings on the sprawling Capitol complex, two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press. U.S. Capitol Police said officers were “responding to a suspicious vehicle near the Library of Congress,” and that it was ...

Read More »

The Pentagon and the Generals Wanted This Disastrous War

In early July, Ron Paul penned a column titled “It’s Saigon In Afghanistan,” invoking the imagery of the fall of Saigon in 1975, when US military helicopters scrambled to evacuate personnel from the roof of the US embassy. But Paul suggested that maybe the situation in Afghanistan was “perhaps not as dramatic” as the situation in Saigon forty-six years ago. ...

Read More »

Biden’s 20 Secret Trips to Where?

Home may be where the heart is but is that enough to justify nearly 20 trips by President Joe Biden to his homes in Delaware since taking office? White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday that President Biden won’t release visitor logs from his Delaware residences, despite making 17 trips home in six months. The decision comes despite the ...

Read More »

Trump Can’t Tweet, But a Taliban Spokesman Can

Twitter maintains its ban of President Donald Trump, but it’s A-OK with a spokesman for the military operations of the Taliban! Twitter’s standards were called into question recently after users pointed out that a key Taliban spokesman has been using the platform to give updates about the group’s advance within the country while former President Trump’s account remains permanently suspended. Zabihullah Mujahid’s ...

Read More »

The video Mike Lindell Wanted you to see

Do you have 30 minutes of time to learn about some of the most important issues facing our nation today? If you care at all about human freedom or the direction of the narratives being told to us in modern times, it is vitally important that you stop to watch these two videos. Links to both are shared below. I ...

Read More »

Can Taxation Be Justified?

The philosopher Michael Huemer is usually favorable to the free market, and he is also a strong defender of anarchism. Although I disagree with some of the arguments in his defense of anarchism, The Problem of Political Authority, it is an excellent book. In a recent blog post, he surprisingly suggests that taxation may in some cases be justified. He ...

Read More »

Ex-DEA Agent Known as the ‘White Devil’ Sentenced

A former U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent known as the “white devil” to drug dealers was sentenced Thursday to more than 13 years in prison for stealing money from suspects, falsifying government records and committing perjury during a federal trial, the Associated Press reported. U.S. District Judge Jane Triche Milazzo said the longtime agent, Chad A. Scott, caused “far reaching” ...

Read More »