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Douglas Caddy

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Donald Jeffries is interviewed on Inforwars Nightly News

Yesterday, 07:44 PM

Donald Jeffries is interviewed on Inforwars Nightly News


Are Conspiracy Theorists Nuts?

25 February 2015 - 03:50 PM

Are Conspiracy Theorists Nuts?



Nixon's Gamble - the new book by Ray Locker

25 February 2015 - 03:32 PM

Nixon’s Gamble: How A President’s Own Secret Government Betrayed His Administration

The new book by Ray Locker

Description: After being sworn in as president, Richard Nixon told the assembled crowd that “government will listen. ... Those who have been left out, we will try to bring in.” But that same day, he obliterated those pledges of greater citizen control of government by signing National Security Decision Memorandum 2, a document that made sweeping changes to the national security power structure. Nixon’s signature erased the influence that the departments of State and Defense, as well as the CIA, had over Vietnam and the course of the Cold War. The new structure put Nixon at the center, surrounded by loyal aides and a new national security adviser, Henry Kissinger, who coordinated policy through the National Security Council under Nixon’s command. Using years of research and revelations from newly released documents, USA Today reporter Ray Locker upends much of the conventional wisdom about the Nixon administration and its impact and shows how the creation of this secret, unprecedented, extra-constitutional government undermined U.S. policy and values. In doing so, Nixon sowed the seeds of his own destruction by creating a climate of secrecy, paranoia, and reprisal that still affects Washington today.


Jim Marrs on Lee Harvey Oswald's Innocence (with evidence slideshow)

24 February 2015 - 08:18 PM

Jim Marrs On Lee Harvey Oswald's Innocence (With Evidence Slideshow & Links)


Not to be missed


The Murderous History of USAID, the Government Agency

21 February 2015 - 09:18 PM

The Murderous History of USAID

By Mark Ames

April 8, 2014