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Defense Authorization Act Will Destroy Bill of Rights

NDAAThe grim face of totalitarianism is emerging in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) now before Congress.

This bill is the last mile post on America’s sad, well-traveled road to the butcher shop of dictatorship. We have been headed that way for some time and, with a little help from Congress, we’ll arrive there shortly, putting an ugly end to the American experiment. The Senate December 1st passed the bill by a vote of 93-7.

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Pulling Back the Curtain on the Wall Street Money Machine

Wall Streetby Ellen Brown

On November 27, Bloomberg News reported the results of its successful case to force the Federal Reserve to reveal the lending details of its 2008-09 bank bailout.  Bloomberg reported that by March 2009, the Fed had committed $7.77 trillion in below-market loans and guarantees to rescuing the financial system; and that these nearly interest-free loans came without strings attached.

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The U.S. Government Loved the Iraqi People to Death

sadr-callsby Jacob G. Hornberger

Now that the 9-year military occupation of Iraq is presumably coming to an end, it would be appropriate to reflect on the Iraqi people who died as a result of the U.S. invasion and occupation of the country.

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Pearl Harbor Was FDR’s Back Door to War

Pearl Harborby Jacob G. Hornberger

Given that today is the anniversary date of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, we’ll no doubt be treated to standard interventionist articles stating what a great thing World War II was.

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'By Imbeciles Who Really Mean It'

classwarLost Verities and Dirty Hippies
By Phil Rockstroh

Regardless of the dissembling of corporate state propagandists, free market capitalism has always been a government subsidized, bubble-inflating, swindlers' game, in which, psychopathic personalities (not “job creators” but con job perpetrators) thrive. By the exploitation of the many, a ruthless few have amassed large amounts of capital by which they dominate mainstream narratives and compromise elected and governmental officials, thereby gaming the system for their benefit.

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