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NWO Tilts at Windmills: Controlling the Internet

Posted on August 29, 2014

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In a recent essay entitled, “The Strategic Significance of the Internet Commons,” former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff describes cyberspace and the Internet as a “global commons” that must come under “global governance.” This is the latest salvo in an ongoing campaign by a disparate congeries of internationalists, socialists, communists, and jihadists to turn […]

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Money Up a Rat Hole: The “Space Fence” Boondoggle

Written by Gary North on May 9, 2014

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Gravity was a popular movie. It was lots of fun, except for one thing: it’s going to happen. Statistically, it’s going to happen. The governments of the world have known this for over 35 years. Maybe you have heard of the tragedy of the commons. It’s where a valuable asset is not owned. There is […]

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Nothing Like A Website That Cost $90 Million And Was Still Abandoned

Posted on April 19, 2014

Obamacare

Maryland has given up on its Obamacare website, but not before spending $90 million of taxpayer funding on technology, according to a cost breakdown released Friday. Of the $90 million, exchange board Chairman Joshua Sharfstein said that the marketplace spent $55 million on the website itself, The Washington Post reports. Officials opted in late March, […]

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Of Course the Government Is Lying About 9-11

Written by Gary North on March 15, 2014

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This month, a campaign in Canada is challenging the government’s 9-11 story. I am in favor of this, both as a professionally trained historian and as a believer in a general policy of examining official government positions. Here is a short video on the campaign. It is a professional looking video. It may work. Lots […]

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Conservatives, Rejoice! Robert Welch’s Predictions Were Dead Wrong in 1974

Written by Gary North on February 24, 2014

Robert-Welch

Are things getting better? Are things getting worse? This question still divides the American Right. On the moral front, things are getting worse. On the economic front, things are getting better. It is true that median family income, adjusted for price inflation, slowed dramatically, beginning around 1974. But in the crucial areas of information and […]

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Libre Office: Close, But No Cigar

Written by Gary North on March 6, 2013

We are told by reviews that Libre Office is better than Open Office, which for years has been a free alternative to Microsoft Office. Why is Libre Office better? Because there are more coders working on it. “But when Oracle bought Sun, legions of developers abandoned OpenOffice, and instead threw in with a forked version […]

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