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THE SHAM DEMOCRACY

How America Was Lost By Paul Craig Roberts/ paulcraigroberts.org/ November 7, 2013 “No legal issue arises when the United States responds to a challenge to its power, position, and prestige.” Dean Acheson , 1962, speaking to the American Society of … Continue reading

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“CREATING AN ORWELLIAN STATE” – AMAZING VIDEO INTERVIEWS

original source unknown If you had any doubts America has been transformed into an increasingly oppressive police state, this Democracy Now broadcast might just dispel those doubts. The video features three targeted American citizens–the interviews start at about 13:00…… Click … Continue reading

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Special Report: THE NEVER-ENDING “WAR ON TERROR” HOAX

  By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report The specter of terrorism has been used to frighten Americans for many years, and exponentially since the attacks on September 11, 2001. But is the “War on Terror” for real, or is … Continue reading

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POLICE STATE AMERICA

It Has Happened Here By Paul Craig Roberts/ paulcraigroberts.org/ February 7, 2013 the police state is real The Bush regime’s response to 9/11 and the Obama regime’s validation of this response have destroyed accountable democratic government in the United States. … Continue reading

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THAT QUEASY ELECTION FEELING

Even Best-Case Election Scenarios Not Very Promising By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report dailycal.org Do you hold the belief that no matter how the 2012 election turns out America’s future is bleak? You have good reason for feeling that … Continue reading

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IT DOESN’T LOOK GOOD

This Is What Tyranny Looks Like by Carl Gibson/ Common Dreams/ May 23, 2012 Protesters clashed with police at the NATO summit meeting in Chicago on Sunday. (Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times) Remember when police beat Tea Party activists with … Continue reading

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Awaiting the Next Kent State

When the authorities get tired of pepper spray, and really want to teach protesters a lesson, what will be their next move? As economic conditions worsen, demonstrations increase, and police feel overwhelmed, my  fear is we may not get through … Continue reading

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“What Stands Before Us is Naked Tyranny”

The Outlook for the New Year By Paul Craig Roberts/PaulCraigRoberts.org/ December 31, 2011 In March 2010 when I resigned from my column with Creator’s Syndicate and put down my pen, I received so many protests from readers that two months … Continue reading

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Police State Gone Wild

Senators Demand the Military Lock Up American Citizens in a “Battlefield” They Define as Being Right Outside Your Window Chris Anders/ Washington Legislative Office, ACLU/ November 23, 2011 While nearly all Americans head to family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving, … Continue reading

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