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Compassion, Refugees, Rape and Magic

Last night, I somehow found myself clicking on the following David Icke video, which addresses many layers of the carefully orchestrated refugee crisis. I don’t often do much with Icke, but I really appreciated him addressing the hypocrisy of David Cameron (and others) talking about how “the solution to the refugee crisis is to bring peace to the Middle East.” The words sound nice, and most of us would probably agree with them; however, … 1,885 more words

National Review: The GOP plan is 'surrender...then play-fight'

  Have you ever wondered why after gaining a larger majority in the House and taking control of the Senate in 2014 the Republicans almost immediately capitulated to Barack Obama (and continue to do so to this day) after promising to reign him in? 683 more words


The Hegelian Dialectic

This term (and its attribution), is generally a misnomer in its application to issues regarding socio-political cause and effect, however, it is contemporarily used to describe a process by which an individual or a group can be manipulated, over time, to reject their current beliefs and convictions, and to accept and replace them with new ones. 583 more words


The EPA knew about the potential for a blowout at Colorado mine but went ahead with the inspection

  One week before the EPA accidentally  spilled millions of gallons of contaminated water from the Gold King Mine into the Animas River it was predicted… 474 more words


The Congress declares itself a small business (and lies about its number of employees) in order to qualify for Obamacare subsidies

  I have written many times in the past about how the Republicans and the Democrats are really on the same side–the establishment side–and about how they put on a show for the American people using the Hegelian Dialectic of thesis/anti-thesis/synthesis to make it appear as if we have a real choice in the elections. 683 more words


2016 GOP Contenders - Carly Fiorina

“He who is not angry when there is just cause for anger is immoral. Why? Because anger looks to the good of justice. And if you can live amid injustice without anger, you are immoral as well as unjust.” 2,217 more words

2016 Election

Brit Hume on Donald Trump: his 'chickens will come home to roost' when people 'realize he hasn't long been a Republican'

 Donald Trump has been enjoying quite a bit of success since he announced his candidacy for the Presidency in 2016, and some polls actually show him tied with Jeb Bush. 541 more words