Paul Craig Roberts, Escape from Minneapolis and Seattle

Paul Craig Roberts Yesterday (June 26, 2020) the city council in Minneapolis (12 Democrats and 1 Green) unanimously voted to abolish the city’s police department.  For this measure to come into effect, city residents will have to approve it in a November election. By November the hamstrung police who are prevented from enforcing the laws on the books might all have resigned and moved away.  Regardless, as Minneapolis police are prevented from performing their duty, the Minneapolis voters who elected such a crazed government will possibly have been brought to their senses…

Dan Erber, A DISMAL RESPONSE – A Critical Look at the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting, Part I: Law Enforcement

OPINION BY DAN ERBER [Editor’s note: During our (sensational) interview on Valentine’s Day, Rebecca Carnes made reference to something discovered by Dan Erber in this searching review of the inadequate response of local and state law enforcement agencies to the alleged mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School (14 December 2012), which reinforces the conclusion of serious scholars of this event that it was a FEMA “mass casualty exercise involving children” promoted as mass murder to promote the Obama administration’s gun control agenda. Here’s our latest interview: Within twenty-four hours…

Robert David Steele, How Our Military can help Defend Our Border

Robert David Steele Few people outside of the Department of Defense (DoD) understand that in preparation for winning two major theater wars, DoD has within its ranks hundreds of thousands of specialists – and tens of thousands of pieces of construction equipment as well as theater and tactical intelligence equipment able to surveil and deny key terrain – all of which are in peacetime available for training missions within the USA that support the President’s domestic objectives.  There cannot be a more important domestic objective than the defense of our…