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The ‘Transition’ of the Élites
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The ‘Transition’ of the Élites
February 22, 2021

The neo-cons were for ever knifing Trump in the back. They’ve now gone to Biden, Alastair Crooke writes.

A Tale Told by an Idiot: The Second Impeachment of Donald Trump
February 18, 2021

What we have just seen is another example of the compulsion of America’s liberal ruling elite to make a sick, discredited joke of what is left of their own collapsing and totally bankrupt political system.

A Tale Told by an Idiot: The Second Impeachment of Donald Trump
World
Dems Deride MTG for Supporting Conspiracies While Claiming Russia Was Behind Capitol Riots
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Dems Deride MTG for Supporting Conspiracies While Claiming Russia Was Behind Capitol Riots
February 8, 2021

The House of Representatives has stripped new Georgia official Marjorie Taylor Greene from two committees over her history of promoting conspiracy theories. Congress took the highly unusual step today in voting 230 to 199 in favor of removing her from the education and budget committees, limiting her abilities and powers.

Should Trump and His Supporters Face ‘Damnatio Memoriae’?
January 14, 2021

“Condemnation of memory” is how Trump and his supporters should be viewed by the U.S. government and public now and into the future, Wayne Madsen believes.

Should Trump and His Supporters Face ‘Damnatio Memoriae’?
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The Return of the “Know Nothing Party”
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The Return of the “Know Nothing Party”
January 10, 2021

Today, the Republican Party has taken up the banner of the Know Nothings, Wayne Madsen writes.

Coup Bid in Washington and America’s Bankrupt Moral Authority
January 8, 2021

The mayhem in Washington this week is the manifestation of America’s political putrefaction.

Coup Bid in Washington and America’s Bankrupt Moral Authority
Editorial
A Heinous Day in American History
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A Heinous Day in American History
January 7, 2021

The hard part now will be for a country, and indeed for a conservative movement and Republican Party that largely backed President Trump, to put the pieces back together and move forward with American life.

How & Why U.S. $2,000 Covid-19 Stimulus Checks Were Defeated: The People Who Run the U.S. Government Despise Their Voters
January 5, 2021

On December 30th, U.S. Senators voted 80 to 12 not to increase the Covid-19 relief one-time payments from $600 per qualifying person, to $2,000. The same bill had already passed, December 28th, in the U.S. House, by a vote of 322 to 87.

How & Why U.S. $2,000 Covid-19 Stimulus Checks Were Defeated: The People Who Run the U.S. Government Despise Their Voters
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