The Very Big Picture

These two Crosstalks on RT include some guests who hint at the real power structure / power struggle in the world. I have found that often even sophisticated, analytical discussions stop short of really exploring the behind the scenes power mechanisms at work on the world stage, but in these two episodes some of the panelists refer to the possibility that war for war’s sake (ie, in the service of the military industrial complex), chaos as the end game (to destabilize regions they can’t outright control), the financial underpinnings of war and foreign policy, etc., so I thought it would be worth sharing them with you. I especially think it’s worth listening for these deeper insights as a way to identify experts who might actually simply try to get to and share the truth rather than serve an agenda or generate disinformation. Some of these guys (even the ones who seem “fair”) are actually there for the very reason that they do seem fair so they can deliberately stop short of the actual big picture truth – you decide who is who!

This one is the current episode…

This one is a little older, but was even better, in my opinion…

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Meet Jeff Amason, Libertarian Candidate for Georgia House in District 21 (Cherokee County)

As election day draws near, I thought I would repost the interview I did with Jeff Amason. Here it is:

The AJC fact checked Jeff’s claim on the show about the out-of-control budget and gave it the thumbs up: 
Libertarian on mark with state budget claim

Also, from the Amason campaign:

Libertarian Jeff Amason is running for Georgia House in District 21 (Cherokee County) as a write-in candidate after being denied ballot access on a notary technicality. Please contact the campaign if you would like more information about his candidacy or would like to help with the campaign.



Behind the Sinking of the Lusitania, by Pat Buchanan

The picture below shows the warning published by the German government about sailing on the Lusitania.

About how America became involved in certain wars, many conspiracy theories have been advanced — and some have been proved correct.

When James K. Polk got his declaration of war as Mexico had “shed American blood upon the American soil,” Rep. Abraham Lincoln demanded to know the exact spot where it had happened.

And did the Spanish really blow up the battleship Maine <continue reading>



There’s Only One Game: Podcast of September 1, 2014 Show

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This is the Ron Paul clip in which he discusses a just war…

Here is the Victoria Nuland speech to Chevron / Exxon…

Here is the Hillary interview the day MH17 was shot down…

Here is the article purporting to show John McCain with the head of ISIS!
John McCain, Conductor of the “Arab Spring” and the Caliph

This Weekend’s Show: Monday, Labor Day, 3PM-7PM ET on News 95-5 and AM750 WSB

Football season is back! As great as it is that WSB is home of the DAWGS, there is one downside: The Monica Perez Show gets batted around a bit. This weekend, I will not be on Saturday 3-6 as I normally am, but I will have four hours on Monday, Labor Day, 3PM-7PM. If you can’t catch the show, as always, I will post the podcast later in the week.

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Libertarian moment: A Rare interview with Ron Paul

Originally posted on Rare:

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Kurt Wallace: Our guest today on Rare is Dr. Ron Paul, host of the Ron Paul Channel and his new media site Voices of Liberty and Dr. Paul thanks for being with us today on Rare.

Ron Paul: Kurt it’s nice to be with you.

Kurt Wallace: Robert Draper of the New York Times wrote an in-depth piece about libertarians “Has the Libertarian Moment Finally Arrived?” He references 1968 as being potentially, the declaration at the time, a breakout moment for libertarians, but that didn’t happen. Could you take us step by step through the last 45 plus years, what was it like then leading up to before you ran for president in 2008?

Ron Paul: Right, and to start off with I would say that that New York Times article Draper’s article had interesting stuff in it. But I don’t think he quite understands what’s going on. I see…

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