- How the U.N. Joined America’s War Against Syria
- Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Kyiv – Apostasy and Possible Holy War in E Europe
- Brookings Institution a Leading Propagandist for U.S. Invasions
- U.S. — A ‘Democracy Where ‘Both’ Sides Represent ONLY the Aristocracy
- Is psychopathy needed to reach the top in America?
- Neil deGrasse Tyson and the Weakness of Science
- We’re All Speculators Now
- What If Governments Obeyed Laws?
- Stop Killing and Dying in Afghanistan: Now More Than Ever
- Putin and Erdogan Plan Syria-Idlib DMZ as I Recommended
- Health Professionals Tackle War
- Giving Resistance a Good Name
- How Donald Trump Desecrates America’s Founders
- America is today’s Nazi Germany.
- Massive Deficit Spending Greenlights Waste, Fraud, Profiteering and Dysfunction
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Tag Archives: U.S. Constitution
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