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Answers Aren’t on the Docket at the Boston Marathon Bombing Trial

The trial of accused Boston Marathon Bombing co-conspirator Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is starting, but answers about what really happened aren’t likely to be on the docket.

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The Hidden Threat To Free Speech in the State of the Union Address

President Obama introduced plans for new cybersecurity laws in his State of the Union address that may make it much easier for the government to...

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Is There a “Triple Government” at Work?

The fact that the Deep State, or “Double Government,” is constantly shaping the U.S. body politic is well-known to many. However, there’s a good argument...

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Boston Marathon Bombing: A Primer

Tamerlan may have been a double agent recruited by the FBI….The sole witness to Tamerlan’s confession changed his story….Details of a police officer’s shooting don’t...

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Google’s Intelligence Ties & Jeb’s Big Boat: Jan. 23, 2015

January 23, 2015 by

NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy A Landslide for Guilty at the Boston Marathon Bombing Trial? by Andy Thibault If the prospective jurors in Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Boston Marathon Bombing trial were deciding a presidential election, it would be a landslide—for a guilty verdict. Andy Thibault reports from federal court in Boston. WHO Compare and Contrast: Obama’s Reaction to Read More

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The Mossad Goes Rogue, Rahm’s Chicago & the Paris Aftermath: Jan. 22, 2015

January 22, 2015 by

NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy Barrett Brown’s Day of Reckoning by Douglas Lucas Journalist Barrett Brown, who exposed corporate and government machinations in the national security apparatus, has been sentenced to 63 months in prison. The damage his prosecution caused to free speech, however, may be incalculable.   Catching Up With Charlie: The Aftermath of the Paris Attacks Read More