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Of lies, deceit, and the coming world war

“But there is nothing more hurtful in a State than that cunning men should pass for wise.” James Harrington, Oceana, 1656 Senator Finestein’s dastardly but cunning decision to release the lying, Democrat-only “study” of the rendition-and-interrogation program is less an attempt to wreck the CIA than a desperate gambit to protect the Democratic Party from [...]
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The desperate U.S.-UK relationship: Barack Obama, David Cameron, and the NSA/GCHQ issue

“We can neither endure our vices nor face the remedies needed to cure them.” Titus Livy Over the past months, media commentary on the massive and aggressively intrusive electronic collection effort being mounted by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) and its British counterpart, GCHQ, has focused on the constitutional issues raised by the two [...]
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Barack Obama and John Brennan: A new American-killing “Murder Inc”?

“The views of men can only be known, or guessed at, by their words or actions.” George Washington, 1799 Before the Obama administration, I would have dismissed outright the idea that the Rolling Stone-journalist Michael Hastings might have been executed by the federal government because he was about to publish an expose about CIA chief [...]
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Bin Laden predicted Obama’s war on the 4th Amendment

More than a decade ago, Osama bin Laden appeared in a brief video to speak about several issues. One of them was to advise the Islamic world that they should expect the U.S. military to be defeated by Islam, the Taleban, and its allies in Afghanistan. The other was to suggest that Muslims should be [...]
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When war comes, Dr. Paul can say: “George Washington and I tried to warn you.”

For much more than a decade, Dr. Ron Paul has warned Americans about the danger inherent in a bipartisan foreign policy that intervenes in other peoples’ affairs, seeks to impose Western values on others, and writes blank-check commitments to fight for other countries in wars where no genuine U.S. national interest at risk. Dr. Paul [...]
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