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International Finance: America’s Most Deadly Poison

By George Bancroft | The present affliction of America’s economic system and its detrimental performance in our economy is closely related to the international banking cartel. The well-known effects; high unemployment, falling middle class income, lower then 2008, private sector falling employment, rising consumer prices, and loss of manufacturing are all related to the policies […]

The Case for Proportional Representation vs. Winner Take All

The Case for Proportional Representation vs. Winner Take All

Nearly all elections in the United States are based on the winner-take-all principle: voters for the candidate who gets the most votes win representation; voters for the other candidates win nothing. This system is unjust and unnecessary. It is unjust because it leaves minorities (whether racial or political) unrepresented. As John Stuart Mill said, “It […]

Homeless Jack

Driving Old Whitey Down

By Homeless Jack | In the latest attempt to erase any vestiges of Whiteness, there is now a bill before the California State Legislature to ban any uses of the Confederate flag on state owed property. It seems that Black California Assemblyman Isadore Hall, D-Los Angeles–a member of the Legislative Black Caucus–didn’t like seeing the […]

Dual Citizen

US Politicians Who Hold Dual US/Israeli Citizenship

“If Americans were ever polled on it—and they never are—the majority who now object to increasing aid to Israel would also likely object to quasi-governmental and governmental positions being staffed by people who—by citizenship or sheer strength of identity politics—are primarily occupied with advancing Israeli interests rather than those of the United States. It is […]

Dennis Kucinich Says he Favors Proportional Representation

Dennis Kucinich Says he Favors Proportional Representation

by Richard Winger | Former Congressman Dennis Kucinich was recently on the Amy Goodman radio show. Goodman asked him, “Proportional representation is really the name of the game in Sweden, right? Anyone who gets – I think it’s 4% of the vote, can be represented in Parliament. Can you comment on this? It’s a growing […]

Tom Sunic

The Rise and Demise of the EU: A Short History of A Big Failure

Several costly mistakes were made by the founding fathers of the European Union (EU): economics, and not politics, was thought to be the best tool to bring about the unification of Europe; unclear plans about the limits of the enlargement of the European Union; the unexpected and ongoing floods of non-European immigration as a result […]

Dr. Adrian Krieg

Waltzing To Gomorrah

By Adrian Krieg | America is fast approaching the state of no return, if we have not already passed it, the stage where government is free to do anything it likes, and in which the citizens may only act with permission from government. The Sheeple are restless, the Lamestream is clueless, and Disneyworld on the […]

Tom Sunic

The Year of Remembrance vs. the Year of Death: 1814, 1914, 1944, 2014

Tom Sunic | Below is the English translation of my speech given on June 14, 2014 at a historic manor house, in the village of Guthmannshausen, in the vicinity of Weimar, the state of Thuringia, Germany. The speech was delivered on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the beginning of WWI, the 100th anniversary […]

Henry Kissinger

Quotes On The New World Order And One-World Government

1. “In the next century, nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. National sovereignty wasn’t such a great idea after all.” Strobe Talbot, President Clinton’s Deputy Secretary of State, as quoted in Time, July 20th, l992. 2. “The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But […]

Dr. Adrian Krieg

How Trade Wars Shaped Early America, Part 1

By: Dr. A. H. Krieg | Libertarians are most usually people who represent a somewhat confused idea on issues of trade based on their absolute liberal philosophy. We don’t really disagree with much of that, but Mr. Bovard seems to us not to understand the basic concepts of free markets. He begins his article with […]

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