I’m sure some subscribers wonder why I haven’t written any posts or been on any podcasts lately. It’s because I’ve been working flat out on a new book. It’s now at the typesetter and should be out in November. But something else is coming up in November. Normally I don’t
In 1988 I wrote my first book, The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline. I had long heard about “the Establishment” (what we now more commonly call “the Deep State”). But I wanted more than a nebulous description; I wanted to know specifically who
From 2003: Watch the prime ministers of the “sovereign” countries of Australia and Canada giving identical speeches advocating the war against Iraq: Watch as numerous mainstream TV news anchors—from different networks (Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC)—read identical remarks from their teleprompters. Ironically, their script says social media is endangering democracy with
If Biden is confirmed as the next U.S. President, it is obvious from his declining mental health that he would never survive a four-year term. The Presidency would pass to Kamala Harris, who would then choose an unelected Vice President.
I know many Truthers, and while I would say that a majority are Christians (of various denominations), there are also some Muslims, some agnostics, some New Agers, and within the mix a few people who are outright hostile to Christianity.
I decided to take a comedy break with a collection of my Twitter memes, subdivided by topic. Memes are a modern variation on the political cartoon. I hope my fellow “Red Pillers,” who live outside the Matrix, will get a few laughs from these.
Let me start by saying that I voted for Donald Trump, and anyone familiar with my website or Twitter feed knows how vigorously I opposed a Hillary Clinton Presidency. However, regarding the Syria airstrikes …
The controversy in alternative media is whether or not Trump is the real deal. Some are faithful Trump advocates; others take the view that in the jaded world of realpolitik, no true outsider can win.
Five important questions to ask about the Holt-moderated presidential debate.