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Clinton Campaigners Use Pokemon Go to Literally “Lure” Voters

By Tony Cartalucci New Eastern Outlook August 7, 2016     Some could have been excused for dismissing initial qualms surrounding the GPS-based augmented reality game, Pokemon Go. The game has swept the world, but its development is surrounded by disturbing connections between its developer Niantic, its former parent company Google, and the US State […]

Clinton Campaigners Use Pokemon Go to Literally “Lure” Voters

Something Hillary Would Never Say

Voters Have Heavy Responsibility In November

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org July 7, 2016   It seems like a nightmare, but it is reality: The Democratic Party has chosen a criminal as its presidential candidate. And the liberals said that Reagan wore teflon! Enough commentators have made the point that Hillary has been elevated above the law even […]


The Day the Trump Bloodbath Began

By Robert Ringer RobertRinger.com May 23, 2016   The Day the Trump Bloodbath Began     Since watching Donald Trump’s speech to the NRA, I have concluded that he might beat Hillary the Horrible much worse than I originally predicted. I have long believed that Trump would win about 55-45, but I now think the […]

The Day the Trump Bloodbath Began

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The Arrogance of the Prom King

By Robert Ringer RobertRinger.com May 9, 2016   The Arrogance of the Prom King     Just when you think you’ve heard and seen it all in the Republican campaignathon, along comes prom king Paul Ryan displaying an arrogance that makes Donald Trump look like the Dalai Lama by comparison. Millions of American jaws must […]


Additional Evidence of Mind-Boggling Fraud Emerges from the New York Primary

Additional Evidence of Mind-Boggling Fraud Emerges from the New York Primary

By Michael Krieger Liberty Blitzkrieg April 20, 2016   Additional Evidence of Mind-Boggling Fraud Emerges from the New York Primary     For the past week or so, I’ve been warning readers that the supposedly “liberal” state of New York has some of the most repressive voting laws in the country. Before reading the rest of […]


Democracy Struggles To Recover From Betrayal

Democracy Struggles To Recover From Betrayal ~ Paul Craig Roberts

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org March 23, 2016   Democracy Struggles To Recover From Betrayal     With much help from the failures of neoliberal economic policy and neoconservative foreign policy, we are changing the world. Look at Bernie Sanders’ inroads on the corrupt Clintons’ control of the Democratic Party. Look at […]


The Devastating Cost of Monetized Elections

By Ralph Nader Common Dreams January 23, 2016   The Devastating Cost of Monetized Elections     Corporatized and commercialized elections reach a point where they stand outside and erode our democracy. Every four years the presidential and Congressional elections become more of a marketplace where the wealthy paymasters turn a civic process into a […]

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Do Blount County Voters Care About Ethics?

Stepping back from Blount County for a minute, all one has to do is look at national polls, whether it be Rasmussen, Pew, Gallup or others to see the growing dissatisfaction people have with their elected officials.  Many times this disapproval is based on what is deemed as a lack of representation by those elected […]

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These States Have More Registered Voters Than Eligible Adults

  Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Nick Sorrentino These States Have More Registered Voters Than Eligible Adults     Now I wonder why that would be allowed to happen?   I know that it’s a common talking point among some to argue that voter fraud is not pervasive. Anyone who has lived in New Orleans, West Virginia, […]


Too Much Public Discussion About Fed These Days?

  Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org   By Hunter Lewis   Too Much Public Discussion About Fed These Days?     No, too little. Richard Fisher merits every bit of his outstanding reputation as head of the Dallas Fed. But we think he is wrong to suggest that the selection of the new Fed chairman should be kept […]

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