This article by Kevin Barrett does a super job in exposing the supposed ‘authentic’ Bin Laden video tapes that keep popping up at ‘just the right time’ in the mainstream news media. Seems like old Binny just appears whenever the Bush regime needs to reinforce the reason for the current war, or better still, a new war with Iran. Kevin Barrett holds a Ph.D. in Arabic, with a focus on Islamic studies, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a co-founder of the Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance for 9/11 Truth.
If there is any one member of Congress to pay attention to in the District of Columbia, surely it is Congressman Dr. Ron Paul of Texas. Mr. Paul is a staunch advocate of limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to a sound monetary policy based on commodity-backed currency. Fortunately for all of us whether a resident of the 14th district in Texas or not, Congressman Paul fights everyday for true American liberty. He writes an informative, no-nonsense column on current events every week called ‘Texas Straight Talk‘ . The following is his most recent column, courtesy of Mr. Paul’s website. After reading it you may want to spend some time looking around the site and learning more.
Marc Stevens is the author of Adventures in Legal Land, the controversial and humorous book exposing the government hoax. His following commentary is very interesting and is a bit humorous…
There are those who believe that the fight for liberty is exclusively a man’s fight. That is not true. Lee Parker is dedicated to truth and freedom, a patriotic woman who has given the last dozen years of her life to efforts to expose lies and reveal truths concerning the unalienable rights to life, liberty and property that are expressly recognized by the Declaration of Independence, and are inherent in all people around the world. Lee lends her perspective to the struggle for truth and liberty in a manner both conversational and pointed, in easy-to-understand language designed to make the listener seriously think about the issues raised. (This excerpt was originally posted at the The Voice of Freedom podcasting site and more of Lee’s writing can be found at the Voice of Freedom.)
In the following televised interview, Gore Vidal states, “I would say that, in the long run, the world will be saved American despotism by the coming bankruptcy of the country. Now, that will have awful fallout for everybody. I don’t even want to look into that crystal ball.” Eugene Luther Gore Vidal (born October 3, 1925), known simply as Gore Vidal, is a well-known American writer of novels, plays and essays, and has been a public figure for over fifty years. Vidal considers himself a “radical reformer” who has been described as wanting to return to the “pure republicanism” of early America. (Wikipedia Entry)
Sent in by a reader, this great commentary from a blog simply called Another Day in the Empire, we can see that connecting the dots between current events across the nation in regards to the police state is not hard. Between Houston’s “shortage of police officers” and Chicago’s “proper next step” in public safety we will soon meet our friendly digital camera police anywhere and everywhere, ‘monitoring’ us for all of our public ‘safety’. Scary…to say the least…
[…Global education reforms lurk behind the changes being foisted on U.S. schools: redesigning American high schools, promoting universal preschool, expanding technology, increasing data collections, linking secondary and higher education, and more. But where will these lead? In revisiting the old ideas behind reforms, we would be wise to ask, “Do we want the kind of life these changes will bring?” …] Read the whole story from Debbie K. Niwa, originally posted at NewsWithViews.com
In a rousing and provocative speech before the House, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) took the US government to the woodshed for decades of economic destruction both foreign and domestic by continiously printing and ‘enforcing’ the use of a debased fiat dollar by a military industrial complex. Paul patriotically echoes and connects the modern dots found in such infamous speeches as “President Jackson’s Veto Message Regarding the Bank of the United States”, “The Bankruptcy of The United States”, “Congressman McFadden on the Federal Reserve,” and of course, “President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Farewell Speech.”
What does Morgan Reynolds, a PhD economist, professor emeritus at Texas A&M University and the former Chief Economist, US Department of Labor 2001-2002 think of the current Federal Reserve chairman and the U.S. faith-based paper money?