Archive for November, 2016

Castro And Kennedy

November 27, 2016
Castro And Kennedy

Well, the times -they are a-changin’. November 25th 2016 marks the death of Cuba’s Fidel Castro at the ripe old age of 90. From what I have read, while Cuba mourns, Miami celebrates. Whatever your opinion of Fidel, he presented the only workable model of a modern socialist revolution and outlived a half-dozen CIA directors […]

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“Dewey Defeats Truman” – The First Failed “Deep State” Election

November 20, 2016
“Dewey Defeats Truman” – The First Failed “Deep State” Election

With much hand-wringing and gnashing of teeth, the nation braces for our first reality-star presidency. The pointy hoods now removed, Trumps Breitbartian machine begins to mold the primordial slime into a frightening array of cabinet officials and law dogs. The biggest losers? Count the mainstream media among them. Nobody will trust network news anymore, and […]

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“Tex” Tackles The Election Debacle

November 12, 2016
“Tex” Tackles The Election Debacle

With the election hangover slowly fading, my old friend and research associate “Tex” has weighed in on the failure of the Democratic Party establishment, which had swung to the right under Clinton management: ——————————— In 1992 the campaign slogan of the Bill Clinton campaign was: “It’s the economy, stupid.” That slogan and that tactic worked […]

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A Uniquely American Fascism

November 11, 2016
A Uniquely American Fascism

Well, it finally happened. America will now enter a questionable stage of neo-fascism, perhaps best defined by Sinclair Lewis: “From It Can’t Happen Here (1935): “But he saw too that in America the struggle was befogged by the fact that the worst Fascists were they who disowned the word ‘Fascism’ and preached enslavement to Capitalism […]

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Did The Feds Intentionally “Throw” The Case Against The Bundy Gang?

November 5, 2016
Did The Feds Intentionally “Throw” The Case Against The Bundy Gang?

Did the Feds throw the case against the Bundy Welfare-cowboy gang in a bid to cast a wider dragnet? The first seven participants in last winters takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge were cleared of conspiracy charges in a spectacular court decision that included the take-down and tasering of one of the attorneys. Ammon and […]

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