FBI Partners w/ Tax-Evader

 

Recently, Congressman Matt Gaetz, began demanding answers from the FBI after he says the bureau admitted it works with the controversial Southern Poverty Law CenterIn a letter obtained by Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Gaetz says the FBI has “admitted to working with the SPLC,” in a development he describes as “surprising and worrisome.”

 

 

That Time the Government Got Stupid, pt. 2

 

In McMinn County, Tennessee, in the early 1940s, the question was not if you farmed, but where you farmed. Athens, the county seat, lay between Knoxville and Chattanooga along U.S. Highway 11, which wound its way through eastern Tennessee. This was the meeting place for farmers from all the surrounding communities. Traveling along narrow roads planted with signs urging them to “See Rock City” and “Get Right with God,” they would gather on Saturdays beneath the courthouse elms to discuss politics and crops.

 

 

That Time the Government Got Stupid, pt. 1

In McMinn County, Tennessee, in the early 1940s, the question was not if you farmed, but where you farmed. Athens, the county seat, lay between Knoxville and Chattanooga along U.S. Highway 11, which wound its way through eastern Tennessee. This was the meeting place for farmers from all the surrounding communities. Traveling along narrow roads planted with signs urging them to “See Rock City” and “Get Right with God,” they would gather on Saturdays beneath the courthouse elms to discuss politics and crops.

 

 

Case Closed

In April 2008, Lt. Quarles Harris Jr., 24, a key witness who had been cooperating with federal investigators in a probe into Barack Obama’s passport information stolen and altered from the State Department was found late at night slumped over inside a car. He was reportedly waiting to meet with FBI agents about his boss John Brennan. Harris’ body was found in front of a District church in D.C.

 

 

8 Myths That Keep Us Enslaved

 

Our society should’ve collapsed by now. You know that, right?  

No society should function with this level of inequality (with the possible exception of one of those prison planets in a “Star Wars” movie). Sixty-three percent of Americans can’t afford a $500 emergency. Yet Amazon head, Jeff Bezos, is now worth a record $141 billion. He could literally end world hunger for multiple years and still have more money left over than he could ever spend on himself.