This is nearly unalloyed good news on a number of fronts.
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All of this is unalloyed good news. The Texas energy boom is turning over all manner of statist interventions, especially including OPEC. It’s upsetting Russia and China as well. It’s a glorious development.
There are none so blind as those who refuse to see, especially war-hungry “conservatives” thirsting for more blood. Everyone else, however, sees what’s going on: the Syria adventure is more and more likely to blow up the Imperial Presidency along with the current administration.
Thanks to Wikileaks and Edward Snowden (and the no doubt reluctant assistance of the Washington Post), we now know much more about how expensive and invasive the 16 spy agencies are and how they spend our money. Take a fast look. It may be the last one we can take.
Manning ought to be celebrated instead of incarcerated.
Gone from the scene is one of the most fearless investigative journalists of our time, who blew the whistle on McCrystal and forcing Obama to fire him.
I’d never heard about the Beslan school massacre by Chechen terrorists. I certainly wouldn’t have, either, if I relied on the MSM for my information.
Waste of such magnitude is to be expected, especially by students of history who know that wars – deliberately wasteful and destructive – always lead to more debt and more centralization. They also risk bankruptcy.
When Katharine Gun intercepted and leaked a top secret memo from the US National Security Agency to the British Government’s Communications Headquarters where she worked, the ripples from that leak nearly ended the Iraq war before it started.
Author Jeff Wright has put pen to paper to provide an “operations manual” for restoring freedom at the local level. His audience is only the American Remnant.