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COVID-19 Forces the World to Re-Think the Idea of ‘Monetary Value’
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COVID-19 Forces the World to Re-Think the Idea of ‘Monetary Value’
March 28, 2020

Today’s America is confronting an existential crisis similar to that which both Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt battled in their time, Matthew Ehret writes.

Why Assume There Will Be a 2020 election? General Butler and the ‘Wall Street Putsch’ Revisited
March 20, 2020

The upcoming American elections are just around the corner and everyone is wondering if the new president will be named Trump, Biden, Sanders or none of the above. None of the above, really?

Why Assume There Will Be a 2020 election? General Butler and the ‘Wall Street Putsch’ Revisited
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A 70-Year War on ‘Propaganda’ Built by the CIA
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A 70-Year War on ‘Propaganda’ Built by the CIA
March 14, 2020

We are bombarded day after day, hour after hour of reminders as to why the “enemy” is not human like us, not compassionate like us, not patient, just and wise like us.

The End of the Age of Enlightenment
March 10, 2020

The coronavirus is becoming Trump’s Chernobyl and Hurricane Katrina wrapped up into a single event that has exposed Trump’s total ineptness, ignorance, narcissism, and constant fabrication of the truth.

The End of the Age of Enlightenment
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Vasily Chuikov: Greatest Infantry Combat General of All Time
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Vasily Chuikov: Greatest Infantry Combat General of All Time
March 3, 2020

He won battles on a scale no one else even dreamed of: He developed all the tactics of urban combat war from scratch. He saved the world from the monstrous darkness of genocidal Nazism. And no one in the West has ever heard of him.

Lessons From the Second Declaration of Havana
February 19, 2020

While the current interference in Latin America may be constructed as a strategy to isolate Cuba further, imperialism is missing the point – revolutions are made by the people and the U.S. has triggered all the conditions for change in the region.

Lessons From the Second Declaration of Havana
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Dresden Terror Bombing, Like Hiroshima, a Maniacal Warning to Moscow
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Dresden Terror Bombing, Like Hiroshima, a Maniacal Warning to Moscow
February 17, 2020

There is good reason to believe that the rationale for the obliteration of Dresden was for one rather sinister reason. It wasn’t so much an act of terror aimed at Nazi Germany, but rather a show of maniacal power to the Soviet Union.

Roger Stone, Bill Barr, and the Washington Civil War
February 17, 2020

The fact that three of the four Roger Stone prosecutors who resigned in a huff over Barr’s veto were part of Mueller’s Russiagate team shows how the battle lines are being drawn.

Roger Stone, Bill Barr, and the Washington Civil War
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