Monthly Archive: July 2016

Jul 22

Private citizens rescue baby bison from the cold and are criminally prosecuted; government agents who do the same thing are not even publicly named

Remember those tourists to Yellowstone Park who were prosecuted and punished for picking up a freezing abandoned bison calf and trying to save it in their vehicle? The story made national news, with government officials shaming and lecturing YNP visitors to NEVER, EVER, try to save wildlife in national parks. Apparently, a whistleblower came forward …

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Jul 19

America facing two consecutive “lost decades” of economic slowness

America, like Japan, Denmark and other former capitalist flagships, took a serious turn toward overregulation, overtaxation and socialism since the 1990s. And American economic growth has stagnated. 8 years into a supposed “recovery,” U.S. GDP growth rates still hover around 2 percent annually or less. According to George Will, “If 2 percent growth is, as …

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Jul 16

Climate fraud? Paul Dreissen details many dozens of demonstrable untruths by climate change hysterics

The gifted writer Paul Dreissen is out with a tremendous column detailing dozens of demonstrably false statements made by those who trust the government’s catastrophic-global-warming-by-human-released-CO2 theory/agenda. See here.

Jul 16

Attempt to overthrow Turkey’s government reportedly fails

“National security” is something of an oxymoron. The fabric of history shows that liberal societies in which common people have more freedom to innovate, invent, and create without oversight of the state tend to be the most secure societies. Paradoxically, societies that are ruled by a cult of government omnipotence tend to reel from crisis …

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Jul 14

Venezuelan army now distributes all food

Mass starvation, famines and food shortages only happen in socialist, centrally-controlled societies. Today’s BBC online blared the headline “Venezuela army deployed to control food production and distribution.” See here. The story begins: In a decree, President Nicolas Maduro has ordered the army to monitor food processing plants, and co-ordinate the production and distribution of items. …

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Jul 12

More death and starvation while people stand in line in Venezuela

Just 20 years ago, Venezuela was a rising economic power with a dynamic economy and a growing business community. Today, after 15 years of socialism, Venezuelans spend much of their time standing in long lines waiting for soap, beans or other scraps. Sometimes the long lines transform into riots, and the people become looters. Robbers …

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Jul 11

Government temperature agency has “adjusted” past June temperatures downward by almost 2 degrees

Government agencies (and government supported organizations) are now trumpeting that this past June (2016) was the hottest on record. But they are able to do this only by altering the temperature record of the past. NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) has adjusted historical June temperatures downwards by almost two degrees! See here. NOAA …

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Jul 11

Dallas Craigslist advertised for “crisis actors” 2 weeks before mass shooting

Numerous online sources are pointing to an ad posted on Dallas Craigslist seeking “crisis actors.” See, for example, here. Many deep-state experts have pointed to the use of “crisis actors” at such events as the Boston Marathon bombing and the Sandy Hook “massacre.” Crisis actors are paid to stay in character during events and make …

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Jul 07

California is about to experience Socialism’s fruits

For the past century, California was the national (and world) leader in innovation and entertainment. But after a generation of socialist impositions, one in three American welfare recipients resides in California, and almost a quarter of the state population lives below or near the poverty line. Government trusters frequently claim that high taxes, socialism and …

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Jul 07

U.S. Postal Service has lost more than $50 billion

Since 2007 the U.S. Postal Service has lost more than $50 billion. Its unfunded liabilities for its employees’ extravegent retirement benefits are nearly $100 billion. This despite having every advantage in the market place. Paying no taxes (property or income); being able to keep out competition; eminent domain; prestige locations, etc. Rural Post Offices are …

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