1. Traficant is hanging out with Pete Papaherakles who is an author for the Barnes Review and a leading scholar on National Socialist Germany.
According to the SPLC The Barnes Review is:
Claiming that its mission is to “tell the whole about history,” TBR really practices an extremist form of revisionist history that includes defending the Nazi regime, denying the Holocaust, discounting the evils of slavery, and promoting white nationalism. Continue reading “Grounzero Dvd: The Jim Traficant Tapes 2012”
- Natural liberty is the right which nature gives to all mankind, of diposing of their persons and property after the manner they judge most consonant to their happiness, on condition of their acting within the limits of the law of nature, and that they do not in any way abuse it to the prejudice of other men. Burlamaqui, c. 3, s. 15; 1 Bl. Com. 125.
While the social media universe was full of well wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery after news broke that 85-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg suffered a fall in her office Wednesday night and was hospitalized with three fractured ribs, no one could avoid discussing the horrifying political reality that—if Ginsburg is, goodness forbid, unable to return to work—President Donald Trump will get to nominate a third right-wing judge to the Supreme Court. Continue reading “After Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized, Horrified Americans Offer to Donate Ribs, Organs as Needed”
No gold for you! The Bank of England has refused to give Venezuela its gold back. Wait until you read the reason why…
Earlier in the week I reported on Venezuela’s request to repatriate its 14 tons of gold held in Bank of England vaults. Continue reading “Venezuela Denied Its Gold (Wait Until You Read The Reason Why)”
Biometric identification has quietly rolled out at several U.S. airports and various locations around the world. In some cases, it has been sprung upon the general traveling public without warning, leaving some to question how optional this will be as travelers become acclimatized to the new boarding process.
According to a new announcement from the World Travel & Tourism Council, it appears that the roll out is set to accelerate and begin a much louder PR push to prepare the public for a new world of integrated biometrics for every phase of travel. A new public-private partnership with U.S. Customs and Border Protection seems to widen the scope of the U.S. government mandate that is 15 years in the making to require biometric ID. Continue reading “Biometric ID For Travel Goes Global With New CBP Tourism Partnership”