Re: Meet Robert Barnes, Esq.

Ira Katz’s article, Meet Robert Barnes, Esq., is a great introduction to this outstanding figure of our time, a master litigator and political analyst. (and I appreciate the gracious plug directed toward myself in the piece regarding my appreciation of Barnes). I simply want to further inform LRC readers of one other feature regarding Barnes.

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As to the history of the deep state, the first episode of this series is a tight compact overview of the concept. The second installment is an incredible examination of America’s first deep state, the draconian “state within a state” of  Secretary of War Edwin Stanton’s clandestine empire within the Lincoln regime during the Civil War (the War for Coercive National Unification), where Stanton extra-constitutionally suppressed political speech and dissent, jailing tens of thousands, engaging in a relentless wholesale campaign of surveillance, terror and tyranny. Barnes’ precise characterization of Stanton reminds the listener of the conduct of Himmler/Beria.


6:38 pm on April 6, 2021

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