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  • Biden Sics Gestapo on Parents Protesting America’s Destruction

    Biden Sics Gestapo on Parents Protesting America’s Destruction

     October 11, 2021 ·   · 3 reactions

    The Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) has unleashed the FBI to target parents protesting Critical Race Theory and other radical curricula being introduced into their children’s  classrooms. According to the media, Attorney General Merrick Garland’s move followed a letter from the National School board Association which claimed that the parents’ now widespread national movement amounted to “domestic terrorism.” Senator Josh Hawley confronted Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco about this in a memorable exchange on October 5, which you can watch here.

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  • Afghan Killing Field Is Deliberate—Replace Everyone Who Created It

    Afghan Killing Field Is Deliberate—Replace Everyone Who Created It

     August 20, 2021 ·   · 4 reactions

    For the past week, I have been a captive of my television set and the internet as the public humiliation of the United States of America, apparently by the hand of our current government, plays out in Kabul, Afghanistan on the eve of the 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001. It is unclear at present whether rescuing the thousands of hostages created by Joe Biden’s deliberately incompetent withdrawal will result in new wars in Afghanistan or greater Eurasia.

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  • A Production Supply Chain Rebuild: Saving the Crumbling US Economy

    A Production Supply Chain Rebuild: Saving the Crumbling US Economy

     August 19, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Why are US supply chains disrupted, prices rising, inventories falling and the US back-order index increasing?  Global trade is up only 2.7% worldwide, according to the giant container shipping company Maersk.  However, in the US there is a ‘log-jam,’ seen in unplanned empty shelves in retail stores, shortages of foodstuffs, medical supply shortages, labor shortages, back ordered car parts, and fields full of unfinished automobiles and trucks lacking their computer chips. The list goes on.

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  • Can We Judo Video-game Attraction To Spark A Youth Renaissance?

    Can We Judo Video-game Attraction To Spark A Youth Renaissance?

     August 11, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    New marketing of video games focuses on making the gamer the creator of the games with a particular focus on children. The "Coding for Kids" education fad builds on the seductive attractiveness of the games by teaching the child how to become a game programmer / artist / designer.  This tack, aimed at creating permanent consumers of alternate reality contesting for click bait on social media, now extends down to the pre-school level.  But key enabling features in the video games themselves point the way to advances in all human knowledge if exploited by those who understand the irony.

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  • Stop Mussolini Joe Biden's "Build Back Better" Infrastructure Scam - Part 1 of 2

    Stop Mussolini Joe Biden's "Build Back Better" Infrastructure Scam - Part 1 of 2

     August 09, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    As of this writing the Biden Collective’s $1.2 trillion “hard infrastructure” bill will pass the Senate sometime early in the week. President Trump has repeatedly denounced the content of the “bipartisan” bill and the 18 RINO Senate Republicans who made the bill possible, including the jowly tortoise, Senator Mitch McConnell. The bill includes $550 billion in new spending over five years. Previously authorized amounts for the Highway and Surface Transportation programs kick the cost up to the $1.2 trillion figure.

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  • INTERVIEW: What’s Happening w/the Texas Energy Grid & Climate Insanity

    INTERVIEW: What’s Happening w/the Texas Energy Grid & Climate Insanity

     August 04, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Texas electricity regulators make promises to the public that electricity should likely stay on through the rest of the summer. How do they plan to keep this promise? Kesha Rogers is joined by Gregg Goodnight, chemical engineer and member of the CO2 coalition and The Right Climate Stuff, to discuss climate science and public policy.

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  • Plato's Dialogues, The Tragedy of Athens, and The Complex Domain

    Plato's Dialogues, The Tragedy of Athens, and The Complex Domain

     July 23, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    This article is reprinted from the Winter 2003 issue of FIDELIO Magazine. Plato's dialogues encompass an historical sweep of time, from Athens at its height in 450 B.C. to its defeat in the Peloponnesian War, to the death of Socrates in 399 B.C. and beyond. That more than half-century witnessed the self-destruction of Athens, as its imperial ambitions brought it into conflict with its neighboring city-states, especially Sparta, thus precipitating the Peloponnesian war in 432. A series of disasterous decisions led to Athens' ultimate defeat in 404.

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  • The Housing Crisis - Build Homes for Our Families!

    The Housing Crisis - Build Homes for Our Families!

     July 07, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    We can and must solve the crisis in housing for all our young families and future families.

    We must start with people, the American people.  Just as Lyndon LaRouche did in his precedent-setting Homeowners & Bank Protection Act of 2007 (HBPA). Widely endorsed, including by nine state legislatures and over 200 city councils, the HBPA would have nipped the 2007-2008 financial crash in the bud.

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  • The New Dispensation from London

    The New Dispensation from London

     June 21, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    If it is not already, it will soon be obvious to everyone that the new “line” of the “Globalists,” better described as the modern British financial empire, is that there is currently a fateful world struggle underway between the “autocracies” -- also called “authoritarian” systems--and the “democracies.”

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  • Washington: Worse Than Useless Babble When Only Precise Actions Matter

    Washington: Worse Than Useless Babble When Only Precise Actions Matter

     June 13, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Right now, Washington, DC is overflowing with bills, reports, proposals for budgets, commissions, taskforces, leveraging of departmental resources, etc., etc. At best this is an unfocussed process of throwing money at problems instead of focusing on reality and solving real problems. At worst, as in Joe Biden’s Green New Deal, our economy will devolve much, much, further.

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