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Bradley Manning: A Window Into the American Soul By Paul Craig Roberts/Institute for Political Economy/ December 3, 2012 Liberty consists of government being ruled by law and citizens having control over law. This was the way our founding fathers set … 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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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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What Recovery?

The Real Economic Picture by Paul Craig Roberts/ Institute For Political Economy/ Feb. 2, 2012 If you have any money and you want to understand the lies that “your” government tells you with statistics, subscribe to John Williams shadowstats.com. John Williams … Continue reading

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