by Philip Giraldi Unz edited by O Society April 28, 2019 The real “deplorable” in today’s United States is the continuation of a foreign policy based on an endless aggression to maintain Washington’s military dominance in parts of the world where Americans have no conceivable interest. Many voters backed Donald Trump because he committed himself … Continue reading Deep State vs. Trump-gate
by Matt Taibbi Rolling Stone edited by O Society April 27, 2019 https://youtu.be/nLgM1QJ3S_I On February 15, 2016, the National Review took unprecedented action. In an all-out plea to Republican voters to stop Donald Trump before it was too late, the magazine enlisted 22 of the right’s most prominent voices to band together and throw support … Continue reading The Press Will Learn Nothing From the Russiagate Fiasco
One of our O Society people asked for a take on the Mueller report. Keep in mind, the Steele report and Brennan ICA are the origin of our story, and away we go... by O Society April 27, 2019 Here is the Mueller report in redacted full 448 page form: Mueller Report Here Hillary Clinton … Continue reading How to Believe and Respond
by Jon Schwarz Intercept edited by O Society April 26, 2019 THE MUELLER REPORT is now (mostly) public. The lurid speculation from Democrats and the corporate media President Donald Trump is somehow a Russian agent is false. Yet the report, and Mueller’s previous indictments, should persuade any reasonable person the Russian government did indeed meddle in … Continue reading The Best Hot Take on the Mueller Report is from 1796
Shock jock comedy gave way to Donald Trump’s Republican Party where meanness is a virtue by Ben Schwartz New Republic edited by O Society April 26, 2019 Last month, Media Matters surfaced a litany of racist, misogynist, and creepy comments that Tucker Carlson made from 2006 to 2011 on shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge’s … Continue reading How American Celebration of Being Triggered and Trolled Culminates in a Celebrity Insult Comic in the White House
by Ellen Brown Web of Debt edited by O Society April 26, 2019 As public banking gains momentum across the country, policymakers in California and Washington state are vying to form the nation’s second state-owned bank, following in the footsteps of the highly successful Bank of North Dakota, founded in 1919. The race is close, … Continue reading The Public Banking Revolution Is Upon Us
by Paul Street Truthdig edited by O Society April 26, 2019 No matter what Donald Trump tweets, no matter how his hand-picked attorney general, William Barr, spins its findings, Robert Mueller’s report is a referral for impeachment. Mueller felt constrained by Justice Department guidelines holding that a sitting president cannot be criminally indicted. To make … Continue reading Does the Democratic Party Prefer Trump in the White House?