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  • America's Last Chance:

    Will we resist a massive conspiracy?
      The darkest dystopian visions of the future have come to chilling, horrific life.
  • What You Don't Know

    Obama's Orwellian Dystopia
      Politicians and their media mouthpieces are spinning faster than a server at the NSA's new 5 zettabyte data farm in Utah.
  • Turn Up That Music

    The Gen X-Millennial generation gap
      Why are millennials, um... well, there's no other way to say it: kind of boring?
  • Treasonous Reform

    Why are we importing foreign workers?
      Lawmakers want foreign nationals to fill America's high-paying tech jobs. While Americans are out of work.
  • Why to Impeach Obama

    Why is the FBI helping a monstrous dictator?
      The real scandal is President Barack Obama's decision to support one of the world's most evil dictators.
  • Investigating the Investi-gations

    IRS targeting a scandal, CIA targeting business as usual
      Thrown under the bus in a matter of days, the IRS is already getting ground to mincemeat. Meanwhile, a spectacular panorama of Bush-era abuses have yet to draw the attention of a single Congressional subcommittee.
  • We Are All Soviets Now

    Not-so-secret bombings have big implications
      We live in a time that bears out the most dystopian of George Orwell's predictions, yet few news events are as surreal and mind-blowing as a so-called secret bombing.
  • Closing Guantanamo

    Obama needs Travelocity
      Guantanamo is complicated. Everyone says so. Everyone is wrong.
  • If We Learn Geography

    The terrorists have won
      Since 9/11, our leaders have repeatedly told us that "they" "hate our freedoms," but of course, this is nonsense.
  • Lose a House, Get $300

    Why aren't rioters burning down the banks?
      We must be too drugged to feel, much less express, rage. How else to explain why furious mobs haven't burned the banks to the ground?
  • Presidential Tokenism

    A one-woman affirmative-action program
      Once again, we're seeing an attempt to seduce voters with politically correct tokenism.

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