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The Messianic Character of the NSA

Written by Gary North on November 1, 2013

The modern state is messianic. While denying the existence of God, it seeks to replace God. My father-in-law, R. J. Rushdoony, used to say that the state wants to predestinate mankind, because the state wants to become the god of this society. Exactly half a century ago this month, his book appeared: The Messianic Character […]

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Revenge Rape and the First Amendment

Written by Brian Wilson on October 4, 2013

Long dead English playwright William Congreve penned the famous (paraphrased) line: “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” Thanks to today’s cell phone technology and wandering morals, we will see if the First Amendment’s “free speech” will withstand the latest furious onslaught from one Holly Jacobs (nee Thometz). Ms. Holly claims to be a […]

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NSA Says It Was All a Series of Mistakes.

Written by Gary North on August 19, 2013

The NSA bureaucrat in charge of compliance with federal law told reporters on Friday that the 2,700 violations reported by The Washington Post were the result of mistakes. The NSA is having a PR problem with documents provided Edward Snowden before he arrived in Russia. The Post article indicated that the NSA is spying on […]

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Who Owns Congress? The NSA or the FED?

Written by Gary North on July 25, 2013

The debate goes on. The failure of Congress to make a token cut in the National Security Agency’s official budget on July 24 was a green light for the NSA to spy on all Americans, forever. That vote indicated that the NSA owns Congress. But hold on! Don’t jump to conclusions too fast. Has Congress […]

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Snowden Remains in Purgatory: The Moscow Airport.

Written by Gary North on July 25, 2013

There is diplomatic hell: extradition to the USA. There is diplomatic heaven: Venezuela. Then there is diplomatic purgatory: the Moscow airport. That is where Edward Snowden is said to live. Nobody has seen where he lives. We are never told that. Reporters do not raise the question any longer. They haven’t for three weeks. He […]

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