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Who To Listen To

I don’t think I’m being a paranoid conspiracy theorist when I say that the “mainstream media” is controlled by an oligarchy of a few super-rich individuals.

It’s common knowledge that most politicians are little more than whores of big business and special interests.

For these reasons and others, it takes a little bit of effort to weed out all the garbage.

Here are a few people I believe are generally accurate, truthful, and helpful in figuring out what the heck is really going on. They are all liberty-minded, and therefore much of what they say goes against the status quo. Unless you’re perfectly fine with the direction the world is heading, you should find them enlightening and edifying.

This is by no means a comprehensive list – I’ve only chosen people who are currently active in some form of media. In future posts, I’ll suggest lists of websites, authors, books, etc. This is just a primer.

I’ve included a website for each of them. Apparently, you’ll have to copy and paste the URLs, since I can’t seem to just insert links.

In no particular order:

1. Ron Paul

2. Judge Andrew Napolitano

3. Thomas E. Woods

4. Lew Rockwell

5. Michael Scheuer

6. John Stossel

7. Peter Schiff

8. Jesse Ventura

9. Alex Jones

Of course, a good youtube search will also do the trick. These guys all have plenty of videos out there.

I’ll add more as I think of them. Enjoy!

P.S. This YouTube channel is a good news source:



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U.S. Foreign Policy – My Opinion in a Nutshell

Someone please help me figure out this logic. A small group of Saudis killed almost 3,000 people on 9/11. Our wise government’s response to this is to send our military into Afghanistan and Iraq, spend (I should say “print”) 2 trillion dollars, kill hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, Afghans, etc., and lose 6,000 American lives in the process. All the while, mind you, keeping us placated with lies about all the ways we are protecting America from envious evil-doers in the Middle East. How can any sane person support the continuation of this foreign policy?

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