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White Powder, USA, 1929

The new Republican President never touched liquor before his March, 1929 swearing-in ceremony. Indeed, nearly three decades earlier he palmed off all hospitality cordials on his Chinese interpreter, who sometimes had trouble navigating after Hoover’s visits to hosts. 419 more words

Political Economy And Ethical Values

More Comfortable Lies and Painful Truths

By Mike Cronin

Comfortable Lie: Healthcare is a right. The US is the only developed country without universal healthcare. Obamacare reduced the gap. We must close that gap, but the Republican just tried (and failed) to open it back up. 556 more words


Privacy, Protection Or Something

Would you share your internet browsing habits with a group of strangers? Does it matter if people have access to how you spend your time online? 457 more words

Whims And Wonders

United Nations Appoints Itself Governing Body of All World Nations by Instructing Governments to Regulate Speech

The United Nations has now inserted itself into the governing bodies of every sovereign nation, republic, and country in the world.  This “world” body has long chomped at the bit to “govern” all nations, especially Western culture nations and republics, through its bureaucratic regulations, pseudo-laws and mandates, upon the world population through “agreements” made between member states to “uphold” their globalist ideology.   1,762 more words

The Five and Ten Law, March, 1929

Light beer (and even sauerkraut) became a major federal felony 24 hours before Herbert Hoover, a lifelong teetotaler, placed his hand upon a religious tome and became President.  494 more words

Political Economy And Ethical Values

What chimpanzees deserve: Attorney who represents Tommy and Kiko makes the case for their legal personhood

By:Steven M.Wise

I am an attorney for two chimpanzees, Tommy and Kiko. Unlike most attorneys, I have spent no time with my clients, because they are “owned” by people in upstate New York, held captive without the company of other chimpanzees in an environment radically different from their natural habitat. 737 more words