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False Flags Suddenly No Longer A Crazy Conspiracy Theory
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False Flags Suddenly No Longer A Crazy Conspiracy Theory
January 18, 2022

Articles denouncing the very idea of “false flag conspiracy theories” surface routinely in the mass media.

Competing Conspiracies. With Patrick Armstrong. The Strategy Session, Episode 43
January 14, 2022

A deeply divided country: there is no common conversation in the United States today – one person’s conspiracy theory is another’s truth.

Competing Conspiracies. With Patrick Armstrong. The Strategy Session, Episode 43
Competing Conspiracies. The Strategy Session, Episode 43 with Patrick Armstrong
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Competing Conspiracies. The Strategy Session, Episode 43 with Patrick Armstrong
January 13, 2022

A deeply divided country: there is no common conversation in the United States today – one person’s conspiracy theory is another’s truth.

Germany’s Priorities Are a Queer Commissioner and Female Crash Test Dummies
January 9, 2022

How did Germany manage to exist for more than 70 years without a queer commissioner? Many may be forgiven for not having pondered this question, especially during a pandemic which has decimated the civil rights of a third of the population.

Germany’s Priorities Are a Queer Commissioner and Female Crash Test Dummies
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Americans Need a Conspiracy Theory They Can All Agree on
December 8, 2021

A deeply divided country: there is no common conversation in the United States today – one person’s conspiracy theory is another’s truth.

Five Trump-Russia ‘Collusion’ Corrections We Need From the Media Now – Just for Starters
December 2, 2021

Five years after the Hillary Clinton campaign-funded collection of Trump-Russia conspiracy theories known as the Steele dossier was published by BuzzFeed, news outlets that amplified its false allegations have suffered major losses of credibility. The recent indictment of the dossier’s main source, Igor Danchenko, for allegedly lying to the FBI, has catalyzed a new reckoning.

Five Trump-Russia ‘Collusion’ Corrections We Need From the Media Now – Just for Starters
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Epistemic Vice: A Critique of Quassim Cassam’s ‘Conspiracy Theories’
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Epistemic Vice: A Critique of Quassim Cassam’s ‘Conspiracy Theories’
September 28, 2021

In his 2019 book Conspiracy Theories, respected philosopher Quassim Cassam applied his expertise in epistemology to the subject of conspiracies. Cassam assesses epistemic vices and ideological predispositions that can lead to an excessively conspiratorial world view, the function of conspiracy theories as political propaganda, and the dangers of conspiracy theories, including the long history of anti-Semitic theories that have helped facilitate atrocities.

Russiagate target Kilimnik Speaks Out on ‘Spy’ Claims, Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theories
June 5, 2021

In exclusive audio, Russiagate target Konstantin Kilimnik responds to evidence-free US government claims that he is a Russian spy who passed Trump campaign polling data to the Kremlin 2016.

Russiagate target Kilimnik Speaks Out on ‘Spy’ Claims, Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theories
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