Every Place Has Its Secrets

By: Cliff Kincaid

The only explanation for the suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story is that the intelligence agencies are in command and control of our political system, including the major media companies, and that Joe Biden and/or members of the Biden family are their agents or assets.

The Intelligence Community is above the law and they will lie, as we saw in their statement dismissing the laptop as Russian propaganda.

The report that federal agents have gathered enough evidence to charge Hunter Biden with tax and gun crimes has no bearing on how the suppression of the story was part of a plan to swing the 2020 election away from Trump and toward Biden.

We know they have the evidence. But the evidence also implicates them.

Sadly, we know that Republican leaders in the House and Senate do not have the courage to defund the intelligence agencies and hold them “accountable” for subverting our system of government and protecting their own wealth and power.

This means that Republican control of the Congress, even both Houses, in the November elections, will, at best, be an impediment to the disastrous course we’re on. More important is the fact that Biden was installed through manipulation of the electorate by the intelligence agencies working in tandem with social media.

So how are the people supposed to get justice in a case like this? If not through an insurrection, then what?

Congress understands this. However, one of the best members, Rep. Devin Nunes, former chair of the House Intelligence Committee, left to go to work for Trump. Another, former Rep. Steve King, who called for a new House Internal Security Committee, was forced out by House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy. Jason Chaffetz, former chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, left Congress to make big bucks at Fox.

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Power to the People

By: Cliff Kincaid

As we approach Halloween, let’s think about unleashing a hungry Vampire on the beast known as Big Government.

On Monday, the big news was that the tax cuts being proposed by the new British Prime Minister Liz Truss were being somewhat scaled back because they might “favor the rich.” This is a Marxist line of attack.

Yet, Stephen K. Bannon was on his “Real America’s Voice” show trashing Truss for proposing tax cuts in the first place. He called her proposal a “ridiculous unfunded massive tax cut.” His guest, Steve Cortes, agreed.

They were echoing the liberal news outlets and the IMF about the “unfunded” nature of those tax cuts.

Look at the headlines:

  • IMF gives damning verdict on Britain’s tax cuts — CNBC.
  • Fiscal fisticuffs: the week the IMF attacked Britain’s tax cuts — Financial Times.
  • IMF openly criticizes UK government tax plans — BBC News.
  • Truss U-turned on tax cuts for the super-rich – now she can axe the rest of her disastrous budget – London Guardian.
  • The UK scraps a proposed tax cut for the wealthy that sparked market turmoil – NPR.

“In a stunning reversal,” declared Fox Business, “Britain’s Conservative government dropped a key part of the tax cuts package that sparked outrage, market turmoil and sent the pound plunging.”

The left-wing Media Matters declared, “British currency has been plummeting due to investor fears that the Truss tax cuts, and the resulting borrowing needed to recover the lost revenue, will worsen inflation in the U.K., which already stands at 10%.

This is a concrete example of the power of the globalists that Bannon and others claim to oppose.

Since when it is supposed to be “unfunded” to return money to the people? It’s the people’s money to begin with. How can money in the hands of the people be “lost” to the government?

The Marxist assumptions in such talk are that the government has a claim to your living standards and that your money belongs to them. That’s the Marxist principle of confiscating and eventually abolishing private property to create an all-powerful state.

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Trapper’s Quote Of The Week

By: Trapper Pettit

Waking up in horror, realizing that what you once had has been stolen by the government, can only be surpassed with the stark realization you’ll never get it back. Family is everything, and you can bet your ass it’s number one on the list.


How to Lose Winnable Elections

By: Cliff Kincaid

My hope was that the Supreme Court, under the influence of Trump’s three nominees and a “conservative” majority, would contribute to some conservative victories in the months ahead. We saw that come to pass with the rulings on the right to life and Second Amendment rights. But the leaker of the Dobbs decision, returning abortion to the states, is still a mystery.

Investigations are worthless unless you have the committees with the willpower and expertise to get to the bottom of the problem. Congressional liberals abolished the House Internal Security Committee, the successor of the House Committee on Un-American Activities, and Republicans have no plans to bring them back.

That problem, in turn, stems from security risks in Congress. Analyst and author Trevor Loudon reveals that the U.S. Congress has been deeply infiltrated by enemies foreign and domestic. His new book, Security Risk Senators, Part 1, will launch on October 1, 2022.

Some say the next Congress if Republicans win control of the House, should impeach Biden. What a waste. The Senate will not have enough Republicans to convict. And even if it does, we get President Kamala Harris.

Republicans didn’t do their job when Barack Hussein Obama was president and set America on this Marxist course. They didn’t impeach him because they didn’t want to be accused of racism for going after America’s first black president.

Republicans think they can win because of the bad economy. But the Marxist welfare state has hooked many people on federal payments of one sort or another. They look to the Democratic Party for welfare. That includes illegals but many Americans, too.

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