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Attorney Robert Barnes: Did OJ Simpson Really Do It?

Not only is Robert Barnes a master litigator and top-notch attorney but one of the most in depth, articulate, well read and street-smart experienced political analysts in the nation. Whether it involves the institutionalized criminal machine cartels of the Democrats and Republicans or the deep state, he is a true polymath reminiscent of Murray N. Rothbard in his power elite analysis of Realpolitik.

This weekend in Las Vegas there is a massive celebratory event with enthusiastic people and well-wishers gathered from across the country to commemorate Robert Barnes 50th birthday and help raise funds for the 1776 Law Center.

1776 Law Center helps those who cannot afford counsel and public advocates to obtain capable, competent counsel and public advocates, especially when their case broadly impacts the liberties of all Americans in the freedom to what we put in our bodies, our defense of self, free elections, and financial empowerment. 

Political Freedom, Food Freedom, Medical Freedom and Financial Freedom. 

Political Freedom encompasses free speech, self-defense, government transparency, and honest elections. 

Food Freedom covers both the right to choose what goes into your body and the right of farmers to farm their land the way they know to make it the best food we can eat. 

Medical Freedom encompasses the right to bodily autonomy, the right to informed consent, the right of to say no to an unwanted drug or vaccine. 

Financial Freedom protects against woke banks, central bank digital currencies, tax authority misbehavior, social credit score systems, transparency to the central bankers, and access to capital and tools like alternative currencies, crypto, bitcoin, cancel-free payment processors, and opposition to taxation as confiscation and control. 

Who has 1776 Law Center Supported? From the Covington kids to Kyle Rittenhouse, from employer mandates to Brook Jackson, from Amish farmer Amos Miller to Children’s Health Defense, from election challenges to suits against The Federal Reserve, 1776 Law Center fills a critical gap of legal need and public advocacy. Your help is critical to making that a reality. 

3:19 am on April 13, 2024

The Final Pandemic: An Antidote To Medical Tyranny, Dr Mark Bailey Interview, Part Two

This is Part Two of Dr Mark Bailey being interviewed by Paul Hellier about the new book, The Final Pandemic: An Antidote To Medical Tyranny , written by Mark and his wife, Dr Sam Bailey.

In Part Two they discuss censorship and the changing world of media lies and how more people are seeking out information to arm themselves with better ways to be healthy and avoid further control by establishment medicine.

They dissect Germ Theory, Alleged “Viruses,” Diagnostic Tests, and “Treatments”  as well “Drugs” and “Vaccines.”

Importantly they discuss how these have developed into a public belief system that’s not only counterproductive to health but is frequently life shortening and even immediately deadly.

The Final Pandemic  simply and succinctly helps people understand the Contagion Myth we all were brought up to believe – and why there’s no reason the fear “death-dealing ‘germs.

This interview will help people realize there’s no need to live in fear or participate in these man-made “crises” – ever again.

Listen to it HERE (48min)

Part One is HERE and their new book is HERE.

Highly Recommended.

8:25 pm on April 11, 2024

What Inflation? What Justice? Fed Chairman? #AskRonPaul

12:44 pm on April 11, 2024

re: Shame on Southern Baptist Leaders

Yes Laurence, shame on Southern Baptist “leaders” for urging the House speaker to send more bullets, guns, and bombs to Ukraine so that they can kill more Russian Christians.  According to a Pew Research Center poll, as many as 71 percent of Russians are Christians.  And, the Ukrainian government has banned the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Southern Baptist “leaders” are religious frauds.

10:19 am on April 11, 2024

Shame on Southern Baptist Leaders

For urging U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson, a member and former official of their denomination, to send more U.S. taxpayer dollars to Ukraine.

7:36 am on April 11, 2024

Smackdown! Rand HAMMERS Mitch On ‘Isolationism’ Accusation!

12:40 pm on April 10, 2024

NOAA Fabricates Data From NON-existent Temperature Stations

Fraud Alert! The PCR Tests PRESUME A Virus

Marion Koopmans, a Dutch virologist that worked with Christian Drosten, said that he never denied that his PCR test was based upon the presumed genetic code of a “virus” rather than isolated “virus.”

The paper she refers to is a great look at the Covid-19 Scientific Fraud and is available HERE.

Here are additional resources on the Drosten PCR fraud you will find valuable:



Please help others stop fearing “viruses” that simply do not exist.

If you’re new to this topic please go HERE for an Introduction Study Guide.

Thank you to Mike Stone of for the above content.

7:08 pm on April 9, 2024

Anti-Biden Protest Vote Catching On Nationwide

12:41 pm on April 9, 2024

Can You “Catch” A Cold?

The World is quickly learning that we don’t “catch” diseases.

In 2020 with the onset of the COVID-19 era, Daniel Roytas started questioning much of what he thought were scientific facts and embarked on a new phase of private research.

He launched the Humanley platform and has featured discussions with many of the world’s foremost heterodox thinkers in health and science.

As part of this journey he has just published an incredible new book titled “Can You Catch A Cold?“.

It is the culmination of several years of focussed research and takes its place as the most comprehensive account of human contagion experiments ever seen.

This one-of-a-kind book is a must read and reveals many of the buried and inconvenient clinical experiments that go against germ theory and the mainstream claims.

To watch Dr Sam Bailey’s interview with Dan, go HERE (59mins).

Highly Recommended

7:11 am on April 9, 2024

Operation Mockingbird 2024: The Deep State and the Media

This LRC blog post is a follow-up to my earlier How the CIA Bamboozled The Public For 70 Years:

Tucker Carlson Tonight 4/8/24: The national security state is the main driver of censorship and election interference in the United States. “What I’m describing is military rule,” says Mike Benz. “It’s the inversion of democracy.” This powerful must-see interview is one of the most incisive and revealing authoritative factual presentations I have ever viewed. Truly mind-blowing in detail and the implications it puts forth.

Operation Mockingbird

Part 1: CIA’s Extraordinary Role Influencing Liberal Media Outlets Daily Kos, The Daily Beast, Rolling Stone, by Dick Russell

Part 1 of a two-part series takes a deep dive into the history of the CIA’s central role in orchestrating news and editorial coverage in America’s most influential liberal national media outlets — and its continued hold today.

Part 2: The Belly of The Daily Beast and Its Perceptible Ties to the CIA, by Dick Russell

Part 2 of a two-part series takes a deep dive into the history of the CIA’s central role in orchestrating news and editorial coverage in America’s most influential liberal national media outlets — and its continued hold today.

The CIA and the Media, by Carl Bernstein

How Americas Most Powerful News Media Worked Hand in Glove with the Central Intelligence Agency and Why the Church Committee Covered It Up


4:15 am on April 9, 2024

Democrat Revolt! Pelosi Demands Pause In Weapons To Israel!

12:37 pm on April 8, 2024

Who Rules America: Power Elite Analysis, the Deep State, and American History

Power Elite Analysis (also called Libertarian Class Analysis or Establishment Studies) is a theme I have repeatedly stressed at LRC to understand both present-day and past historical events. Knowledge is power. Empower yourself by learning about Power Elite Analysis and how it impacts specifically upon the welfare-warfare state and the parasitical elites which benefit from this leviathan within our midst.

In July of 2010, Angelo Codevilla’s magnificent manifesto, “The Ruling Class: How They Corrupted America and What We Can Do About It” was published initially online in The American Spectator (and later in book form). It immediately went viral on the Internet and started a widespread national conversation about America’s hubristic power elite and the arrogant way they reign over the rest of us.

When Codevilla’s article appeared, I stated that it was the most important essay I had ever read. I still believe this because it is a superb synthesis of class analysis with keen insights on contemporary power elite relationships regarding today’s rulers and the ruled.

This class division of present-day America into two factions, Court and Country, has absolutely nothing to do with any Marxian view or analysis. It is a reaffirmation of the seminal insights of Bernard Bailyn’s Pulitzer Prize winning volume, The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution, and Murray N. Rothbard’s Conceived in Liberty.

These books demonstrate that the Founders’ world-view saw the crucial struggle of the Revolution as a battle of liberty versus power. Codevilla posits today’s battle in the same dramatic terms.

This is the central theme this article will develop below.

An understanding of power elite analysis is the “litmus test” separating real libertarians from alternative lifestyle dilettantes dabbling in free market theory. This examination of causal relationships regarding the nature and scope of political power, who has it and how it is exercised, is crucial to understanding the State as organized crime.

The similarity between this analysis and what researcher Peter Dale Scott calls “Deep Politics,” the critical examination of the sub-rosa reality behind surface events, are both attempts to unmask the true face of power, exposing the elite social, economic, and financial groups and individuals who benefit from the exercise of State coercion. 669097

9:00 am on April 7, 2024

The Progressive Era

Until the 1890s, American history was essentially presented as the development of the Eastern seaboard states, seen as an extension overseas of English history or an episode in European overseas expansion. The origins of American ethnopolitical culture were Teutonic (or Germanic) in nature. This type of analysis focused upon the original thirteen colonies of the United States, and explained the evolution of America westward through the development of these political communities. This racist Teutonic Germ Theory of History was dominant among the academic and governing elites at the close of the Nineteenth Century in the United States and Great Britain. Senator Albert J. Beveridge spoke for this generation when he stated in support of an American Empire:

“Mr. President, this question is deeper than any question of party politics; deeper than any question of the isolated policy of our country even; deeper even than any question of constitutional power. It is elemental. It is racial. God has not been preparing the English-speaking and Teutonic peoples for a thousand years for nothing but vain and idle self-contemplation and self-admiration. No! He has made us the master organizers of the world to establish system where chaos reigns. He has given us the spirit of progress to overwhelm the forces of reaction throughout the earth. He has made us adepts in government that we may administer government among savage and senile peoples. Were it not for such a force as this the world would relapse into barbarism and night. And of all our race He has marked the American people as His chosen nation to finally lead in the regeneration of the world. This is the divine mission of America, and it holds for us all the profit, all the glory, all the happiness possible to man. We are trustees of the world’s progress, guardians of its righteous peace. The judgment of the Master is upon us: “Ye have been faithful over a few things; I will make you ruler over many things.”

This was a crucial time in American intellectual history. Scholars as divergent as Murray N. Rothbard and G. William Domhoff have documented the impact of thousands of key academics such as Richard T. Ely, Herbert Baxter Adams, and John W. Burgess who received their graduate training in Germany during this period, dominated by the rise of Bismarck’s welfare-warfare state. They returned home imbued with these ideas, which their apt pupils such as Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson transformed into hard reality.

This worship of the newly-discovered wonders of statism, combined with the influx of Darwinian evolutionary naturalism,”social imperialism,” Fabian socialism imported from Great Britain, the increasing secularization of postmillennial evangelical pietism, all provided the satanic breeding ground for the incubus that emerged as progressivism – complete with its elite notions of centralized political/economic planning, aggressive nationalism, eugenics and the idea of “race suicide.” Ideas truly have consequences.

Therefore historians have subsequently long recognized that this Progressive Era, 1900 to 1920, was a critical watershed in American political-economic and intellectual history.

It was the gestation period of the modern welfare-warfare state.

The Progressive Era was the subject of economist/historian Murray N. Rothbard’s greatest and most incisive book — The Progressive Era

So many crucial events and legislative enactments occurred in the period such as the birth of the Federal Reserve banking cartel, the Harrison Narcotics Act, the Pure Food and Drug Act, the ascendancy of the Eugenics movement and “scientific racism,” the passage of the Sixteenth Amendment and the progressive income tax, the Seventeenth Amendment and the popular election of U. S. senators, the Eighteenth Amendment and Prohibition, the Nineteenth Amendment and women’s suffrage,  and the abandonment of America’s traditional non-interventionist foreign policy, first following the Spanish-American War (Cuba and the Philippine Insurrection) in Latin America and Mexico, and more decisively in the First World War in Europe.

It was a time when a new ideological rationalization of state power was being shaped.

The Progressive Era saw the birth of the cult of efficiency, with the new administrative state’s apolitical credentialed experts gingerly guiding public-policy instead of the archaic rule of political bosses and their ethnic urban political machines. Or, at least that was what was supposed to happen according to Progressives such as Herbert Croly, Walter Lippmann, Robert LaFollette, Jane Addams, Richard Ely, Lincoln Steffens, Theodore Roosevelt or Woodrow Wilson.

Once upon a time there existed a scholarly consensus concerning the Progressive Era among liberal “court historians” of academia and popular history. These historians such as Richard Hofstadter, Arthur Link, George Mowry, and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., held the uniform and unshakable belief that the “progressive reforms” enacted during this era were popular efforts by the people against the elite business interests dominating American political life.

Then in the early 1960s, all Hell broke loose.

The provocative historian tossing the stick of dynamite into the staid liberal consensus was Gabriel Kolko. That incendiary was The Triumph of Conservatism: A Reinterpretation of American History, 1900-1916.

Kolko was soon joined by other New Left colleagues under the tutelage of William Appleman Williams in challenging the reigning “corporate liberal” orthodoxy. Rather than “the people” being behind these “progressive reforms,” it was the very elite business interests themselves responsible, in an attempt to cartelize, centralize and control what was impossible due to the dynamics of a competitive and decentralized economy.

One of the first historians and economists to see the importance of Kolko’s revolutionary interpretation was Murray N. Rothbard.

In the academic jargon of a Hegelian dialectical triad, here is what happened:

First there was the reigning liberal orthodoxy (thesis), challenged by the New Left revisionist interpretation (antithesis). Rothbard, using the insights of Austrian free market economics and Libertarian class analysis, built upon the New Left critique and created a new Libertarian historiography (synthesis) that has been carried on by scholars such as Roy A. Childs, Joseph R. Stromberg, and Robert Higgs.

Rothbard also discovered the “missing link” in this whole story, the role of statist postmillennial evangelical Protestants, born around the time of the Civil War, in fomenting the Progressive Era.

These ideological change agents, many of whom became increasingly secularized, abandoned their religious faith but not their evangelical belief in statism.

They were the key to the rise of the welfare–warfare state in America.

The history of the Progressive Era has never been the same since.

12:49 pm on April 6, 2024

The Early CIA: A Select Retrospective View

Watch the rare, long lost 1967 CBS News “limited hangout” expose’ on the CIA – “In the Pay of the CIA” – An investigation of the CIA’s covert funding of organizations for its own political ends. (this program is divided into five video segments below). See also Who Are The Neocons? How Did They Develop?



Here are important expose’ volumes on the early CIA with their descriptions found on Amazon:

The Mighty Wurlitzer: How the CIA Played America, by Hugh Wilford

In 1967 the magazine Ramparts ran an exposé revealing that the Central Intelligence Agency had been secretly funding and managing a wide range of citizen front groups intended to counter communist influence around the world. In addition to embarrassing prominent individuals caught up, wittingly or unwittingly, in the secret superpower struggle for hearts and minds, the revelations of 1967 were one of the worst operational disasters in the history of American intelligence and presaged a series of public scandals from which the CIA’s reputation has arguably never recovered.

CIA official Frank Wisner called the operation his “mighty Wurlitzer,” on which he could play any propaganda tune. In this illuminating book, Hugh Wilford provides the first comprehensive account of the clandestine relationship between the CIA and its front organizations. Using an unprecedented wealth of sources, he traces the rise and fall of America’s Cold War front network from its origins in the 1940s to its Third World expansion during the 1950s and ultimate collapse in the 1960s.

Covering the intelligence officers who masterminded the CIA’s fronts as well as the involved citizen groups–émigrés, labor, intellectuals, artists, students, women, Catholics, African Americans, and journalists–Wilford provides a surprising analysis of Cold War society that contains valuable lessons for our own age of global conflict.

Neoconservatism and the CIA, by Greg Pavlik article

The Cultural Cold War: The CIA and the World of Arts and Letters, by Frances Stonor Saunders

In addition to being short-listed for the Guardian First Book Award upon publication in 2000, Frances Stonor Saunders’s The Cultural Cold War was met with the kind of attention reserved for books that directly hit a cultural nerve. Impassioned reviews and features in major publications such as the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal have consistently praised Saunders’s detailed knowledge of the CIA’s covert operations. The Cultural Cold War presents for the first time shocking evidence of cultural manipulation during the Cold War. This “impressively detailed” (Kirkus Reviews) book draws together newly declassified documents and exclusive interviews to expose the CIA’s astonishing campaign wherein some of the most vocal exponents of intellectual freedom became instruments of the American government. Those involved included George Orwell, Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and Gloria Steinem. The result is “a tale of intrigue and betrayal, with scene after scene as thrilling as any in a John Le Carre novel” (The Chronicle of Higher Education).

The New York Intellectuals: The Rise and Decline of the Anti-Stalinist Left From the 1930s to the 1980s, by by Alan M. Wald

The New York Intellectuals is an absorbing account of an often misunderstood chapter in the history of literary radicalism and the Marxist intellectual tradition in the United States. It is enriched by more than one hundred personal interviews as well as critical interpretations of novels and short stories depicting the inner life of the group.

The New York Intellectuals: From Vanguard to Institution, by Hugh Wilford

Reconstructs the history of a group of thinkers and activists including Philip Rahv, Mary McCarthy, Dwight Macdonald, and Lionel Trilling collectively known as the New York Intellectuals during the period of their greatest influence, the 1940s and 1950s. While defending the group against charges that they “sold out”, the author analyzes the contradictions between their avant-garde principles and the institutional locations they came to occupy.

Finks: How the C.I.A. Tricked the World’s Best Writers, by Joel Whitney

When news broke that the CIA had colluded with literary magazines to produce cultural propaganda throughout the Cold War, a debate began that has never been resolved. The story continues to unfold, with the reputations of some of America’s best-loved literary figures—including Peter Matthiessen, George Plimpton, and Richard Wright—tarnished as their work for the intelligence agency has come to light.

Finks is a tale of two CIAs, and how they blurred the line between propaganda and literature. One CIA created literary magazines that promoted American and European writers and cultural freedom, while the other toppled governments, using assassination and censorship as political tools. Defenders of the “cultural” CIA argue that it should have been lauded for boosting interest in the arts and freedom of thought, but the two CIAs had the same undercover goals, and shared many of the same methods: deception, subterfuge and intimidation.

Finks demonstrates how the good-versus-bad CIA is a false divide, and that the cultural Cold Warriors again and again used anti-Communism as a lever to spy relentlessly on leftists, and indeed writers of all political inclinations, and thereby pushed U.S. democracy a little closer to the Soviet model of the surveillance state.

The Liberal Conspiracy, by Peter Coleman

Profiles the Congress for Cultural Freedom, an organization of liberal writers and thinkers formed in 1950 to combat Stalin’s influence and was funded by the CIA

Compromised Campus: The Collaboration of Universities with the Intelligence Community, 1945-1955, by Sigmund Diamond

In the early 1950s, a young Harvard professor named Henry Kissinger approached the FBI with alleged evidence of communist subversion among the foreign students of his summer seminar. His evidence was a flyer criticizing the nuclear arms build-up and promoting world peace. At the same time at Yale, young William F. Buckley, Jr., was discovering more than God while writing God and Man at Yale as an undergraduate. He was discovering J. Edgar Hoover. These are just two examples of how ambitious young men used the “special relationship” developing between the FBI and the universities to advance their fledgling careers. Revelations such as these abound in Sigmund Diamond’s Compromised Campus, an eye-opening look at the role American intelligence agencies played at some of America’s most prestigious universities.

It is often said that in the 1950s, American universities were free of the McCarthyism that pervaded the rest of the nation. Not so, says Diamond. Using previously secret materials newly made available under the Freedom of Information Act, and an impressive amount of information gained from years of research in university and foundation archives, he reveals that despite academia’s “official story” of autonomy from the federal government, in fact university administrators, faculty, and students secretly and actively sought close ties with intelligence agencies. Diamond describes the cooperation of Harvard President James B. Conant with intelligence agencies, the institution and operation of Harvard’s Russian Research Center, Yale’s shadowy “liaison agent” H.B. Fisher, who moved from problems of student drinking to cooperation with the FBI in loyalty-security matters, and the existence of formal and informal relations with the FBI and other intelligence agencies at major universities throughout the country. He calls attention to the cooperation of university presidents–Griswold of Yale, Dodds of Princeton, Wriston of Brown, Sproul of California, among others–with the FBI and state governors on the techniques of blacklisting.

Diamond shows how this interaction between intelligence agencies and American universities has had serious consequences for America ever since–on foreign policy, questions of law and constitutional government, the role of secrecy, separation of public and private activities, and the existence and control of government deceit and lawlessness. Dismissed himself from Harvard in the 1950s by McGeorge Bundy (for refusing to talk to the FBI about former associates), Diamond brings a special immediacy to this revealing study.

 The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America’s Secret Government, by David Talbot

An explosive, headline-making portrait of Allen Dulles, the man who transformed the CIA into the most powerful—and secretive—colossus in Washington, from the founder of and author of the New York Times bestseller Brothers.

America’s greatest untold story: the United States’ rise to world dominance under the guile of Allen Welsh Dulles, the longest-serving director of the CIA. Drawing on revelatory new materials—including newly discovered U.S. government documents, U.S. and European intelligence sources, the personal correspondence and journals of Allen Dulles’s wife and mistress, and exclusive interviews with the children of prominent CIA officials—Talbot reveals the underside of one of America’s most powerful and influential figures.

Dulles’s decade as the director of the CIA—which he used to further his public and private agendas—were dark times in American politics. Calling himself “the secretary of state of unfriendly countries,” Dulles saw himself as above the elected law, manipulating and subverting American presidents in the pursuit of his personal interests and those of the wealthy elite he counted as his friends and clients—colluding with Nazi-controlled cartels, German war criminals, and Mafiosi in the process. Targeting foreign leaders for assassination and overthrowing nationalist governments not in line with his political aims, Dulles employed those same tactics to further his goals at home, Talbot charges, offering shocking new evidence in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

An exposé of American power that is as disturbing as it is timely, The Devil’s Chessboard is a provocative and gripping story of the rise of the national security state—and the battle for America’s soul.

There are numerous more authoritative, well-researched studies on America’s intelligence community. Here are the select books that have impacted us most: Richard Harris Smith, OSS: The Secret History of America’s First Central Intelligence Agency; Patrick K. O’ Donnell, Operatives, Spies, and SaboteursThe Unknown Story of the Men and Women of WWII’s OSS; Burton Hersh, The Old Boys: The American Elite and the Origins of the CIA; Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA; Joseph J. Trento, The Secret History of the CIA; Richard J. Aldrich, The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence; David Wise and Thomas B. Ross, The Invisible Government;  L. Fletcher Prouty, The Secret Team: The CIA and Its Allies in Control of the World; Victor Marchetti and John Marks, The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence; John Marks, The Search For The Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control: The Secret History of the Behavioral Sciences; W. H. Bowart, Operation Mind Control: Our Secret Government’s War Against Its Own People; Ernest Volkman and Blaine Baggett, Secret Intelligence: The Inside Story of America’s Espionage Empire; Bill Moyers, The Secret Government: The Constitution In Crisis; and Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair, Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs And The Press.

How the CIA Bamboozled the Public For 70 Years

It was “former” deep cover CIA agent Bill Buckley and intelligence community veterans of the OSS and CIA (James Burnham, Wilmoore Kendall, Priscilla Buckley, and William Casey) who launched National Review, which became the premier publication of this synthetic “conservative movement.” Burnham, who had been a leading Trotskyist communist, WWII consultant for the Office of Strategic Services, was later head of the Political and Psychological Warfare division of the Office of Policy Coordination of the Central Intelligence Agency.

9:00 am on April 6, 2024

$20 Min. Wage In California To Bring Higher Prices, Layoffs & Automation

The minimum wage outlaws jobs. The only question is which jobs are outlawed. In California, any job that can be done for less than $20 are illegal in fast food chains. Naturally, prices for consumers will go up, workers are laid off (thanks to a law!) while automation, kiosks and robotics replace them. Smaller businesses go out of business, or are never started; while big businesses adapt with much greater ease. Sounds a lot like the policies that were imposed under covid, doesn’t it? But this time, the tool of choice is the minimum wage law.

12:53 pm on April 5, 2024

Would You Like to Meet Ron Paul and Lew Rockwell?

Join us for a one-day conference event (from 11 AM to 3 PM next Saturday, April 13) co-sponsored by the Mises Institute and the Ron Paul Institute on “Censorship and Official Lies: The End of Truth in America?” at the beautiful Hidden Oaks in Angelton, Texas, about a 45 minute drive south of Houston.  Speakers will be myself, Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute, Mises Institute executive editor Ryan McMaken, and the great man himself, Dr. Ron Paul.  Registration is $80 and includes a buffet brunch and all lectures.  Hurry and by tickets if you want to attend; we had to add more space and seating after originally selling out.

12:30 pm on April 5, 2024

Charles Burris on Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

I have been a libertarian since November of 1970. I have worked on over 30 electoral and ballot petition campaigns across the country, from local races to serving on the senior national staff of a presidential campaign. I think it imperative that at this time for everyone (Libertarians, Democrats, Republicans, Independents)  to do everything they can to support Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s presidential candidacy (and particularly not quibble about how they may disagree with him on this minor issue or another). No candidate is perfect, (Think of Gary Johnson and William Weld.) RFK is challenging the despotic tyranny and regimentation of the governing elites composing the regulatory captured bureaucratic administrative state and its corrupt crony enablers, particularly in Big Pharma, the warmongers of the military industrial complex, and the invasive surveillance/intelligence deep state at the core of this infamy. He has spent most of his life engaged in this struggle against the sinister deep state forces that murdered his father Senator Robert F. Kennedy and his uncle President John F. Kennedy.

The Central Issue of Campaign 2024: The Deep State

The Remarkable Courage and Integrity of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Superlawyer Robert Barnes — The Real History of Robert Kennedy Jr.


9:00 am on April 5, 2024

Robert Barnes: The Corruption of the FBI

Noted attorney Robert Barnes provides an exceptional in-depth retrospective history of FBI Deep State corruption, politicalization, and weaponization from its inception to the present. This is an outstanding, must-see presentation before the Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar.

2:00 am on April 5, 2024

The Death Of American Liberty, With Guest Jim Bovard

12:42 pm on April 4, 2024

The Court Party Versus the Country Party

In July of 2010, Angelo Codevilla’s magnificent manifesto, “The Ruling Class: How They Corrupted America and What We Can Do About It” was published initially online in The American Spectator (and later in book form). It immediately went viral on the Internet and started a widespread national conversation about America’s hubristic power elite and the arrogant way they reign over the rest of us.

When Codevilla’s article appeared, I stated that it was the most important essay I had ever read. I still believe this because it is a superb synthesis of class analysis with keen insights on contemporary power elite relationships regarding today’s rulers and the ruled.

This class division of present-day America into two factions, Court and Country, has absolutely nothing to do with any Marxian view or analysis. It is a reaffirmation of the seminal insights of Bernard Bailyn’s Pulitzer Prize winning volume, The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution, and Murray N. Rothbard’s Conceived in Liberty, which goes back to the pre-revolutionary roots of America and how the Founders saw the struggle before them.

The Court Party of today is official Washington, the haughty Uni-Party Establishment who promote and enable destructive inner city violent crime and attacks on law and order, the bicoastal cultural perverts assaulting America’s children in the classroom and the satanic woke media/entertainment products these maniacs force feed upon these kids, and lastly the lying and despicable regime media in thrall to the Biomedical Security State and other coercive and intrusive adjuncts of the Deep State.

The Country Party is the tens of millions of Americans who defy these arrogant predatory professional managerial credentialed elites who have waged a deliberate, systematic and deceptive class war on and against poor and middle class Americans, their traditional cultural and religious values, their deep patriotism, and against a viable and sustainable free economy not dominated by chronic inflation, crony corporatism, and regulatory capture by special interests. The Country Party is the tens of millions who have seen the evil attempts at stealing elections and election fraud, disruptive phony impeachment scams and the Russiagate hoax, but will not be silent, cowed or dismayed by adhering to their first principles and loyalty to their innermost values.

Today the heroic battle is against identity politics and racial biological collectivism, of conformist cancel culture by the totalitarian leftwing destroyers of Western civilization and its basis in Judeo-Christian and Enlightenment principles — the declared enemies of freedom of speech, the rule of law, the integrity of biological science, the two person nuclear family of male and female, personal sovereignty and self-defense, individual human rights and civil liberties, and the capitalist free market economy.

4:00 am on April 4, 2024

New Report Details Horrifying Cost of Fauci’s Failures

From The Brownstone Institute:

In the post-pandemic period of Covid, there’s now a concerted effort to comprehend and explain the damage that was caused by our capitulating to the hysterical overreaction and overreach of the ‘experts.’

There’s a long list of policy failures to examine; mask mandates were a disaster that accomplished absolute nothing of value, but instead led to tremendous harms, many of which continue today.

Children were forced into masks for years on end, millions of people still wear masks when traveling or inside stores and restaurants, permanently convinced of the deliberate falsehood that masks are effective prevention tools.

Perhaps most disturbing is that healthcare workers in blue cities are often still required to mask.

Some hospitals have required masking continuously since 2020, while others are now enforcing rolling mandates based on the delusions of administrators and expert authorities.

Research into the economic cost of many of our Covid policies and mandates is still ongoing, but a new, extremely detailed report on school closures has created a horrifying context for just how damaging Anthony Fauci’s advocacy was during the pandemic.

Read Whole Article HERE.

10:04 pm on April 3, 2024

The Napoleonic ‘Police’ or ‘Security state’ in Context

“The Napoleonic ‘police’ or ‘security state’ in context” is an insightful review perspective of the regime of the man who rose to be the greatest and most significant figure of the 19th Century, but suffered the greatest and most significant fall from power.

Lord Acton’s famous dictum, “power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” was never more fitting than when applied to Bonaparte.

7:18 pm on April 3, 2024

Pentagon And Neocons Seek To ‘Trump-Proof’ Ukraine Military Aid

12:40 pm on April 3, 2024

The Elite Who Govern Us

The outstanding research/polling data described in this excellent article, ‘Most Terrifying Poll Result I’ve Ever Seen’: Scott Rasmussen Surveys America’s Elite 1% and interview above, confirms everything the brilliant Robert Barnes has repeatedly stated about populism versus elitism. The great disparity in America lies between the professional managerial elites and the middle/working classes in their fundamental attitudes, values, lifestyle choices and associations, and how they see themselves and the world about them.

Since the beginning of the Progressive Era (1900-1920) the dominant ideology or world view of the professional managerial class of court intellectuals, opinion leaders and editorial directors of the elite mainstream legacy regime media, bureaucratic functionaries and staff of the administrative state, the federal judiciary, members of Congress, and those persons who comprise the top echelon of the military industrial/security complex and the deep state, has been a synthesis of what has been described as corporate liberalism or proponents of the welfare-warfare state.

The Progressive Era saw the birth of the cult of efficiency, with the new administrative state’s apolitical credentialed experts gingerly guiding public-policy instead of the archaic rule of political bosses and their ethnic urban political machines. Or, at least that was what was supposed to happen according to Progressives such as Herbert Croly, Walter Lippmann, Robert LaFollette, Jane Addams, Richard Ely, Lincoln Steffens, Theodore Roosevelt or Woodrow Wilson.

The insightful attorney and political analyst Robert Barnes in a recent “daily brief” at brilliantly encapsulated this reality of elite rule in America.

“Charles Murray’s Coming Apart was like a sequel to the brilliant book The Big Sort. Lived experience now varies as widely and wildly as ever: working class Americans see, feel, and remember a very different narrative of life than the professional-managerial upper middle class who govern us. Who is this class? Those with certifications or licensures, college or more degrees, in a job that manages others. They dominate those with a post-college degree especially. They claim the right to govern others due to those degrees and certifications and licenses, as the credentialed class claims credibility from those credentials.

“Consider what is typical or atypical of this professional managerial class. Most spent their lives amongst other upper middle-class professionals. Quite literally. Their neighborhoods were professional class dominated neighborhoods. No risk of a Mr. Rogers’ or Mr. Robinson’s neighbor. Their schools were professional class dominated institutions. Their churches or organizations are professional class dominated. Their cultural outings are usually professional class dominated. Their parents and siblings and cousins were professional class dominant. They often never lived in a small town. They often never employed in a working-class occupation involving physical labor. They often never served in the grunt units of the military. They know few firemen, cops, or frontline workers. They never experienced poverty or dramatic loss of status. They don’t own guns, smoke or dip tobacco, or even ever walked on a factory floor or construction site. Evangelicals are freaks to them. Swamp people means neither DC nor the excellent reality series; it’s those folks who live in the scary backwoods.

“They see their status as deserved, as they define deserts by professional class standards: approval from teachers in school, and approval from authority figures in life, measured by grades, degrees, credentials, licenses, and public acclaim from approved authority figures. Their over-achieving, teacher-pet mindset surrounded themselves often with like-minded individuals, often not even knowing the kids for whom school was not a match.

“Now, add to that surrounding themselves with other professional class sources of information: medical “experts” approved by the state, judges in courts of law, professional politicians in representative government, professionalized credentialed journalists in big institutional media, and teachers of themselves and their children. Of the professional class, by the professional class, for the professional class. Then add to that censorship of dissident opinions, deplatforming dissidents, taking away their licenses, removing their credentials, defaming their reputation, and picking friends by political alliance and allegiance.

“Middle America ain’t like these folks. For many in the professional class, all of the following is absent: Pickup trucks, cheap beer, old school action films, proud patriotism, all kinds of fishing and hunting, chain restaurants, the local Kiwanis or Awanas more than art galleries and lefty parades, riding the dog, dream vacations to Dollyworld or Branson still await, folks smoke (and not just weed), work that might require a uniform, friends and family in protective services at the grunt level of police, fire, medical, or military.

“In other words, we are governed by an insular elite acculturated and educated to intellectually incestuous intersectionalism at the moral and practical effect of disastrous public policy. Any platform of change must do all it can to reallocate political capital from the professional managerial class to the people as broadly as achievable. Populism provides part of that answer to any problem: reallocate power to the people whenever and wherever you can.”



7:00 am on April 3, 2024

ALARM: Vaccines In Your Produce..Coming Soon

Tennessee Lawmakers Pass Bill Targeting mRNA Vaccines In Food

Following concerns over research to embed vaccines in produce, the Tennessee Senate has passed a bill which would require any food containing vaccines or vaccine materials to be labeled as pharmaceutical drugs.

The bill, HB 1894, was passed by the Senate in a 23-6 vote on March 28 after the state House passed it 73-22 on March 4. It awaits the governor’s signature.

The bill comes in response to a University of California-Riverside research project looking into whether mRNA which targets pathogens could be implanted into edible plant.

Read the entire story HERE

7:43 pm on April 2, 2024

Israel Bombs Aid Workers…Biden To Send More Bombs!

12:45 pm on April 2, 2024

Anarchteacher Returns To LRC

Since September 18 of last year when I unexpectedly fell backwards while installing a Kennedy24 yard sign, I broke my right ankle in three places, I was confined to two physical therapy treatment facilities, and I have been out of the active loop as a LRC content contributor in articles or blogs. I returned home in early January 2024. Recently I had my final appointment with the head of the surgical team which treated my initial injury. Everything is now going great, and I am progressing well in returning to normality and functional independence.

The biggest life lesson I learned was how virtually everyone involved with my care and treatment – from doctors, nurses, nurse’s aides, physical and occupational therapists, to the cafeteria staff and wonderful cleaning crew who kept my room in spotless order – could be characterized by two outstanding attributes – efficiency or effectiveness. Their dedication to compassionate care, focused determination to their chosen calling, and top-flight professionalism was something I had not encountered previously as such a universal phenomenon.  I was surely blest and in excellent capable hands during this experience.

I have a new email. address where I can be contacted: [email protected]

10:08 am on April 2, 2024

Majority of Boobus Americanus Thinks Prices Are Too Low and that Government Should Take More of Their Earnings

They support a new tariff tax on ALL imports.

5:04 pm on April 1, 2024

MUST READ: Lew Rockwell, How to Return to the Gold Standard NOW

I’ve heard many arguments why we cannot or should not return to the REAL Gold Standard.

In this essential reading Lew Rockwell explains – very succinctly – three things:

* Why we MUST return to the Gold Standard.

* How we can return to the Gold Standard – PRACTICALLY.

* Importantly, Lew demolishes the common, but invalid, objections raised to returning to the Gold Standard, like, for one example, a need to increase the money supply.

Here’s a snippet that’s central to everyone’s more educated understanding:

“[Here’s]the great monetary lesson of classical economics: that the supply of money essentially does not matter.

Money performs its function by being a medium of exchange; any change in its supply, therefore, will simply adjust itself in the purchasing power of the money unit, that is, in the amount of other goods that money will be able to buy.

An increase in the supply of money means merely that more units of money are doing the social work of exchange and therefore that the purchasing power of each unit will decline.”

I urge you to read it HERE.

Highly Recommended

2:24 pm on April 1, 2024