Daily Archives: March 24, 2021

Lockdown One Year On – It doesn’t work, it never worked & it wasn’t supposed to work — The Most Revolutionary Act

Kit Knightly Offguadian Light up the lone candle on the saddest birthday cake in the world! The most destructive public policy of the century is growing up and doesn’t look like slowing down. And so we come to March 23rd, and lockdown’s first birthday. Or, as we call it here, the longest two weeks in […] […]

On 10th Anniversary of the U.S.-NATO Attack on Libya: Powerful Perpetrators Have Yet to Face Justice — Global Research

By Jeremy Kuzmarov On this day ten years ago, the Obama administration launched air strikes over Libya under the banner of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which culminated in the killing of Libya’s long-time ruler Muammar Qaddafi on October 21, 2011. The bombing was presented to the public as a moral imperative that was necessary to stop […]

After a Year Under Lockdown, Will Our Freedoms Survive the Tyranny of COVID-19? — John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

by John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney “The remedy is worse than the disease.”—Francis Bacon One way or another, the majority of Americans will survive COVID-19. It remains to be seen, however, whether our freedoms will survive the tyranny of the government’s heavy-handed response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Indeed, now that the government has gotten a […]