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Free E-Book: None Dare Call It Conspiracy, by Gary Allen

July 17, 2011

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Title:  None Dare Call It Conspiracy Author:  Gary Allen Date:  1971 LINK:  PDF  (updated on April 14, 2013) Read Online Buy a hard copy of “None Dare Call It Conspiracy” Excerpt:  “When you think about it, there are really only two theories of history.  Either things happen by accident neither planned nor caused by anybody, […]

VIDEO: “G. Edward Griffin: The Dangerous Servant – A Discourse on Government “

June 12, 2011

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Video Description:   http://www.gedwardgriffin.com | A Discourse on Government by G. Edward Griffin “Government is not reason. It is not eloquence. It is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” — Attributed to George Washington This program consists of unedited responses to questions presented to G. Edward Griffin by a camera […]

Let’s learn a lesson from Rosa Parks and those who fought for their civil rights!

December 2, 2010

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It was 55 years ago today, on December 1, 1955, when Rosa Parks (“the first lady of civil rights”) stood up for her rights by not giving up her seat to a white passenger, as was the custom and law in the segregated south. Today, I think it is extremely important to remember the honorable protest […]

Book Review: “The Ninth Wave,” by Eugene Burdick

November 28, 2010

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Heartless Politician He Believes Voters Are Easily Molded Book Review of “The Ninth Wave,” by Eugene Burdick, Houghton Mifflin. Mike Freesmith and Hank Moore…..do not see eye to eye on fundamentals.  The main difference is that Hank, an old-fashioned fellow, believes in right and good, while Mike is for efficiency and accomplishment… From his varied […]

No Man Could Be the Master if No Man Would Be a Slave

November 27, 2010

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Excerpts from:  “No Man Could Be the Master If No Man Would Be a Slave” An editorial by Robert Quillen Ambitious men lust for power and glory and use ordinary men as tools to win them. The ordinary men serve willingly, in peace and in war, for they are hero-worshipers, easily fooled by propaganda, and […]