Many Americans are secretly loving the Trump administration’s media offensive, because for the longest time these organizations have held a monopoly with their haughty attitude that they know better.
In advance of the 2017 Munich Security Conference (MSC) the organizers have published a report with the subheading “Post Truth, Post West, Post Order?” The question answers itself, although not for reasons Western (neo)Liberals will likely accept.
The mainstream media, which is owned by just six corporations, does more than just advertise for the pharmaceutical industry: it attempts to shape our values and perceptions. And now this propaganda machine and its surrogates are attempting to engineer a society where the desire to rape or exploit children — euphemistically called “pedophilia” — is normalized.
Violent “American Spring” Looming and You Are Under Attack on Three Fronts! You’ve Got 30 Days to Settle the Country.
You want to know where all this victim-oriented “I’m triggered” and “I need a safe space” comes from? You just found it. It’s a short step from being diagnosed with a mental disorder to adopting the role of being super-sensitive to “triggers.”
Donald Trump is going after one of the few issues proven to be a unifier across party lines: civil asset forfeiture. The Equitable Sharing Program provides local law enforcement with a loophole, allowing them to continue civil asset forfeiture.
Some utterly useless eaters known as “Federal Employees” are gearing up for a cyber-battle against President Trump, and they are creating a hidden messaging system to elude detection.
Families of the victims of the Orlando gay nightclub shooting on Monday filed a federal civil suit against Twitter, Facebook and Google for allegedly providing “material support” to the Islamic State and helping to radicalize shooter Omar Mateen.
They are supposed to be the most “tolerable” generation right? Well seemingly, it appears they are in fact a bunch of phony frauds. Thank the Professors!
The bill of materials for lithium ion batteries appears to be rising rapidly – again, but this time round this raises questions about the business model (no, it is not as simple as we will run out of lithium soon).