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18 Times Boris Johnson Was Accused of Breaking Rules – and Got Away With It
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18 Times Boris Johnson Was Accused of Breaking Rules – and Got Away With It
January 26, 2022

From illegal lockdown parties to secret financial interests, the prime minister has a long history of sailing close to the wind.

One Year In Joe Biden’s America
January 23, 2022

Welcome to President Joe Biden’s America: record-high inflation, an ongoing crisis on the southern border, and the rapid expansion of the national debt, all while giving up on his main campaign promise to shut down Covid-19.

One Year In Joe Biden’s America
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QR Codes Are Dead in Russia
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QR Codes Are Dead in Russia
January 21, 2022

One thing the individual can do is resist, and when the majority of the population decides to grind the wheels the engine comes to a halt

Why Pay Less? The U.S. Strategy for Vaccinating the World
January 20, 2022

At the moment, it is not clear that the Hotez vaccine figures prominently in the plans of the international aid organizations providing vaccines to the developing world or to the governments of the United States and other wealthy countries funding these efforts.

Why Pay Less? The U.S. Strategy for Vaccinating the World
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Don’t Underestimate How Badly the Powerful Need Control of Online Speech
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Don’t Underestimate How Badly the Powerful Need Control of Online Speech
January 15, 2022

Seems like almost every day now the mass media are blaring about the need for speech on the internet to be controlled or restricted in some way. Today they’re running stories about Joe Rogan and Covid misinformation; tomorrow it will be something else.

The Double Helix of Entwined Pandemic and Economic Strategy
January 10, 2022

The corollary to the collapse of the technocratic initiative to liquify the over-leveraged economy might well be recession, Alastair Crooke writes.

The Double Helix of Entwined Pandemic and Economic Strategy
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The Lesson of Covid: When People Are Anxious, Isolated and Hopeless, They’re Less Ready To Think Critically
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The Lesson of Covid: When People Are Anxious, Isolated and Hopeless, They’re Less Ready To Think Critically
January 7, 2022

The corporate media is not our friend. Its coverage of the pandemic is not there to promote the public good. It is there to feed our anxieties, keep us coming back for more, and monetize that distress. The only cure for this sickness? A lot more critical thinking.

Biden’s COVID Pivot Is Pure Politics
December 31, 2021

The problem for Bidenwood is Omicron spreads quickly but doesn’t hit nearly as hard as the original virus, or even the recent Delta variant.

Biden’s COVID Pivot Is Pure Politics
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