New York Times

America Doesn't Need Global Perpetual War To Prove We Love Liberty

No, liberty needs much more than tough talk and the toppling of tyrants to blossom. We must recognize that the spontaneous order of a free society cannot be built by war or centrally planned by Washington. Liberty must first occur in the hearts and minds of foreign peoples themselves before they are encouraged to rebel.

Paul Craig Roberts Rages "Are You Ready To Die?"

"We currently are in the most dangerous situation of my lifetime...In George Orwell’s 1949 dystopian novel, 1984, information that no longer is consistent with Big Brother’s explanations is chucked down the Memory Hole. In the real American dystopia in which we currently live, the information is never reported at all."

'Holier-Than-Thou' - How America's Mainstream Media Rebuke Foreign Leaders

It would be refreshing if the New York Times Editorial Board were to get hold of America’s moral compass and encourage the President to rebuke the monarchy of Saudi Arabia for its long-standing, embedded and comprehensive contempt for the rights of Saudi citizens. By all means criticize Trump for cosying up to the savage Duterte - but spare us the claptrap about moral compasses.

Trump To Dump Spicer? Here's Who May Replace Him

After this week's SNAFU of conflicting reports of the timeline surrounding Comey's dismissal, The New York Times reports 'anonymous' West Wing officials have stated that President Trump is considering the most far-reaching shake-up of his first term after being dissatisfied with several top aides, especially Spicer.

"There's No Evidence, Stupid!"

The upshot of all this will be a political circus for the rest of the year and the abandonment of any real business in government, at a moment in history when some very weighty black swans circle above the clouds waiting to crash land. Enjoy the histrionics if you dare, and pay no attention to collapsing economy as it all plays out.

A Tale Of Two Justice Systems – Wall Street Vs. Main Street

"This twisted application of the law when it comes to two different classes of Americans is extremely corrosive, unethical and ultimately potentially fatal to any society. Until this is dealt with, nothing will get sustainably better for the masses of our fellow citizens."