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The NDAA and the Death of the Democratic State By Chris Hedges/ Truthdig/ February 11, 2013 On Wednesday a few hundred activists crowded into the courtroom of the Second Circuit, the spillover room with its faulty audio feed and dearth … Continue reading

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War Inc. Shifts Homeward by Kelley B. Vlahos/ Antiwar.com/ May 22, 2012 It’s been said many times that the war is a self-sustaining industry that requires a constant threat overseas to keep the machine thriving at home. Looking at the … Continue reading

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BPR Editor’s Note:  Hardly anyone with credentials will speak the truth: the “War on Terror” is a hoax. A hoax perpetrated by the Military/Industrial/Security structure in order to rake in billions of dollars and decimate our civil liberties by keeping … Continue reading

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Our Way or Our Way

Washington Leads World Into Lawlessness by Paul Craig Roberts/ paulcraigroberts.org/ April 12, 2012 The US government pretends to live under the rule of law, to respect human rights, and to provide freedom and democracy to citizens. Washington’s pretense and the … Continue reading

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Airport Screenings: The Numbers Are In……..

March 2012 Statistics On Airport Screening From the Department Of Homeland Security: Terrorists Discovered 0 Transvestites 133 Hernias 1,485 Hemorrhoid Cases 3,172 Enlarged Prostates 8,249 Breast Implants 59,350 Natural Blondes 3

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Just For the Kids

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Victims of the American Empire: Us

EMPIRES THEN AND NOW By Paul Craig Roberts/ Institute for Political Economy/ March 26, 2012 Great empires, such as the Roman and British, were extractive. The empires succeeded, because the value of the resources and wealth extracted from conquered lands … Continue reading

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Cynical and Suspicious Observers

A cynical and suspicious observer might question the veracity and timing of the latest “credible but unconfirmed” terrorist threat.  These terrorist threats emerge periodically,  jacking up fear levels, although they never seem to pan out. True, a terrorist attack is always … Continue reading

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