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by Jacob G. Hornberger November 13, 2017

The recent October 26 deadline for releasing 50-year-old JFK-assassination records of the CIA and other federal agencies provided an opportunity for people to promote their favorite JFK assassination theories…

Paul Craig Roberts

OK readers, you win. Yes, something is wrong with the Las Vegas shooting story. It is not only Tyler Durden on Zero Hedge today http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-26/mysterious-missing-vegas-security-guard-left-country-days-aft…

The Mystery Deepens

Paul Craig Roberts

Forensic Acoustic Analysis Points to Existence of a Second Shooter:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxmEFeKy8aI

This analysis seems to make sense. If it has been done correctly, it is evidence of a sec…

By James Bovard

Mises.org

September 15, 2017

When former Attorney General Janet Reno died last November, the media heaped praise on her as if she had been justice incarnate. Reno had long enjoyed sainthood inside the Beltway; the Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia even created a Janet Reno Torchbearer Award. But Reno’s record of deceit, brutality, and power grabs should not be forgotten by any American who cares about freedom.

Shortly after Reno became attorney general in 1993, she approved the FBI final assault on the Branch Davidians holed up in a rickety building outside of Waco, Texas. She went on Nightline the evening after 80 people died in a conflagration and announced, “I made the decision. I’m accountable. The buck stops with me.” Reno then asserted that the fiery end was all somebody else’s fault: “I don’t think anybody has ever dealt with a David Koresh, who would purposely set people afire in that number.” Nightline host Ted Koppel asked Reno why the feds used “tanks to ram the compound down.” Reno replied, “I think that what we were trying to do was to give everybody an opportunity to come out in the most unobtrusive way possible, not with a frontal assault.”

read more at https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/09/james-bovard/janet-reno-american-saint/

[Editor’s Note: This article was originally published under a different title and not ‘picked up by the media’, but with this title – seemed to have much better success. Thought our audience would enjoy that little tidbit/sc]

see also The Death of Janet Reno from November 7, 2016

Janet Reno died today at the age of 78. The kindest response I can make is to echo Dorothy Parker’s words when, being informed of the death of Calvin Coolidge, responded: “how can they tell?”

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By PETER BAKERSEPT. 9, 2017

WASHINGTON — When Donald J. Trump set his sights on the presidency in the 2000 election, he pursued the nomination of the Reform Party, a home for disenchanted independents. “The Republican Party has just moved too far to the extreme right,” he explained. “The Democrats are too far to the left.”

read more at https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/09/us/politics/trump-republicans-third-parties.html

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GUBENATORIAL CANDIDATE HYPOCRACY WE CANNOT IGNORE
THE WATCHMAN
We became aware of this story through this article 10 Dark Horse Oklahoma Gubernatorial Candidates | The Lost Ogle. From everything we could see on the surface this one candidate appeared to be a good candidate for the office of U.S. Senator. We felt that she should be vetted as are all candidates for office. What we found was disappointing to say the least, but also allowed us to present a clear and distinct hypocrisy of an organization founded with a good cause in mind, but has become corrupt and one sided in its views. Now this article says she is running for Governor however we were unable to find any indication of her having filed for that office. We did find this Search results | FEC indicating a run for the U.S. Senate.