May the Bloated Government Starve

Don’t Take Candy From Strangers There was once a witch in the wood who snared young men with candies that made them feel real good, and they couldn’t...
Read More

The Beginning of the End

One Apocalypse and a Culture to Go, Please   Nietzsche’s Zarathustra warned us, “The good have always been the beginning of the end,”* but it seems the message...
Read More

Chess Anyone?

International Intrigues and the Federal Reserve When one studies the early years of the Federal Reserve, one name stands out again and again, that of Warburg. Who is...
Read More

From Dungeon to Tower

The Kingdom Is Rotten   Walk with me from depths of the blackened Dungeon to the heights of the Ivory Tower and, if you are among those with...
Read More

Whether with Pen or Sword

Whether with Pen or Sword   Freedom of the Press. Freedom of Speech. We call these things freedom, but are we truly free? It was once said that...
Read More

Pounds and Pennies

Ezra Pound and Our Corrupt Financial System He suffered because he knew; he knew and he told us. Who was Ezra Pound? He was a poet who saw...
Read More

Demographic Displacement

The Under-handed Invasion     We’ve all heard it phrased one way or another ~ whites and only whites have a moral imperative to become minorities in their...
Read More

The Money Changers

The McFadden Speech and the Corruption of the Federal Reserve Two shots were fired at him, but they lodged in the metal of the taxi doors. Poison was...
Read More

Wanderers In Our Midst

The Forgetting and the Deliberate Erosion of Tradition There are trespassers in the Ivory Tower; wanderers who have taken up residence where they do not belong. These maleficent...
Read More

The Sixteenth Amendment

A Question of Legitimacy Christmas Eve, 1913. The United States Congress. An amendment was pushed through when few if any were paying attention. From that day forward, Americans...
Read More