Guest Column: The Twisted Logic of Vaccines

Dumbed-down populations accept outrageous vaccine logic
by Jon Rappoport, 5 February 2013

JonMatrixEditor’s Note: I’m transcribing Mr. Rappoport’s entire column in this instance. Which I prefer not to do, but the issue is so important that people receive information as conveniently as possible from all sources. Please visit Jon Rappoport’s Website and patronize his work and advertisers. He is the premier alternative (i.e. genuine) information source on the Web today and the absolute leader in claiming the benign, heroic world of our individual imaginations… destroying the collectivist Death Star once and for all.

I’ve written articles attacking the theory and practice of vaccination from a variety of angles. But the whole issue also needs to be approached from the perspective of logic. Continue reading

Guest Column: Studies Show ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ are More Sane…

New studies show conspiracy theorists tend to be sane,
while government dupes are crazy, hostile
by Top Information Post

Conspiracists are SaneReferred to me by Jack Shimek in the solid and persistent Facebook Group, Merrimack Valley 9/11 Truth. Studies have been done, peer-reviewed. Not surprisingly to those of us in the Core Truth movement, men and women who question the official stories of major public crimes or attacks are generally more open-minded and rational than those who blindly obey whatever the government authority structure tells them. Duh! But a welcom addition to the arsenal, more science amassed on the side of the good guys. Continue reading

Donut Hole: Taking Shots

Dream suggests Obamacare as screwy fantasy
by Brian Wright

Obamacare_ShotsThese new Donut Hole columns I’m writing are intended to be lighter fare, humorous, at least nonpolitical.

Still it’s difficult to make commentary that doesn’t bear on politics in some way: my first two Donut Holes dealt with sexploitation advertising with a mind-control agenda and how the Wizard of Oz shows political power to be illusory, respectively. Both of which try to illuminate threats to freedom and how to best respond. But I’m going to try again today, to stay light and away from politics, taking my comments from a dream so vivid I immediately rose to write it down: Continue reading

Brian’s Column: Demise of the Jalapeño Slider

The sad decline of restaurant arithmetic

Following an evening of substitute golf with my T.O.U.R.[1] league at a picaresque course in pastoral though strip-mall-threatened Detroit exurbia, I join my buds at the premier hangout down the road.  This local indie establishment is clearly oriented toward the white, suburban Youth of ‘Merica who have recently joined the ranks of the drinking classes: an odd mixture of Paris Hiltons and Toby Keiths.

And us: an increasingly middle-aged—meaning my definition of middle-age keeps incrementing—group of provincial golfers.  The format is generally four to six of us grab a table, while two to four of the smokers, shot-drinkers, and barmaid banterers head toward the bar.  Conversation at either location quickly reaches the peaks of sophistication: Continue reading