October 31, 2020


Glenn Greenwald on his resignation from The Intercept

fromSubstack: The Pulitzer winner founded the Intercept to challenge official narratives and protect editorial freedom. When editors abandoned those principles, spiking a controversial story, he was forced to quit.

Joe Biden’s insane war on oil

fromNYPost: Rather than focusing on producing cheap, abundant energy, he would embark on the fool’s errand of trying to adjust the world’s thermostat 80 years from now.

Oregon could become 1st US state to decriminalize hard drugs

fromAP: In what would be a first in the U.S., possession of small amounts of heroin, cocaine, LSD and other hard drugs could be decriminalized in Oregon under a ballot measure that voters are deciding on in Tuesday’s election. 

A collusion tale: China and the Bidens

fromNational Review: Not only were the Bidens’ Chinese business contacts known to have ties to the regime; they also may have been clandestine agents.

The Joe Biden article Intercept editors didn't want you to read

fromTownhall: ... which led to Glenn Greenwald's resignation. The truth is not Joe Biden's friend. 

These DUI laws are an irrational hangover from pot prohibition

fromReason: States should stop treating sober cannabis consumers as public menaces. 


October 29, 2020


The left doesn’t fear Amy Coney Barrett, it fears the Constitution

fromNationalReview: Nothing threatens the progressive project more than the existence of a Supreme Court that adheres to the Constitution. It’s really that simple.

The Hunter Biden scandal has exposed the corporate press’s corruption and condescension

fromTheFederalist: Major U.S. media outlets are living in an alternate fantasy world in which the Biden scandal is a 'miasma' meant to confuse and mislead gullible Americans. 

Don't believe the polls — Trump is winning

fromTheHill: While the majority of the polls suggest that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is leading, or at best that it’s close, those polls suffer from at least three problems.
Politics and Other Official Acts of Corruption

11 trillion reasons to fear Joe Biden's presidency

fromReason: The former vice president's vision of an all-powerful government goes far beyond massive spending and tax hikes. That's bad news not just for the economy but for a wide range of libertarian concerns. 
Politics and Other Official Acts of Corruption         Economic Policy: Statism Versus The Free Market

Walter E Williams: Is getting Trump worth it?

fromCreators: At the end of week three, allegations related to this were entirely discredited by Patrick Eller, who was a command digital forensic examiner responsible for a team of more than 80 examiners.
Politics and Other Official Acts of Corruption

Prosecutors' password-cracking conspiracy theory against Assange unravels at expedition trial

fromShadowProof: At the end of the third week of an extradition trial, allegations related to this were discredited by Patrick Eller, who was a command digital forensic examiner responsible for a team of more than 80 examiners.


October 27, 2020


Something wicked this way comes: anarchy is being loosed upon the nation

fromRutherfordInstitute: It doesn’t take a weatherman to realize when a storm is brewing: clouds gather, the wind begins to blow, and an almost-palpable tension builds. It’s the same way with freedom. 

How expert worship is ruining science

fromAmericanMind: Can we convince the current “scientific establishment” to get back to the roots? 

Russophrenia – or how a collapsing country runs the world

fromStrategicCulture: A country with GDP comparable to Australia cannot afford to be a superpower, fight a protracted war in Syria, fight in the Ukraine and develop its own equipment to match the U.S..

Cuomo’s New York: police invade private homes of Orthodox Jews to crack down on gatherings

fromGatewayPundit: Police are now entering private homes to crack down on Jewish gatherings. Haven’t we seen this play out somewhere else before? 

Joe Biden’s not-so-secret plan to pack the Supreme Court

fromRealClearPolicy: Candidate Biden has been coy about his plans. He has repeatedly refused to answer pointed questions about packing the Supreme Court. Don’t be fooled.  

A free press has a responsibility to be fair

fromAdvancingTime: In many ways, the media has become viewed more as a tool of the establishment than the protector of the people and defender of our rights.