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War Profiteering and the Vietnam War

In almost every conflict in the United States history, war profiteering has existed in some form. America fights when there is a profit to be had, and the motivation for becoming involved in wars has nothing what-so-ever to do with concerns of democracy and freedom. US doctrines of hegemony, the plundering of wealth, and the theft of citizen tax dollars to fund wars...

Assault Weapons Bans – Rhetoric versus Fact

The use of 'appeal to emotion' arguments works on a public that does not bother to evaluate the existing statistics that prove that legislation banning certain kinds of weapons from civilian possession doesn't work, so lets talk facts and evidence.  In 1994, the Congress and the Clinton Administration passed the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994,...

Government Crimes and the Destruction of Native American Culture and History

United States history sometimes seems to be watered down, with misconceptions of what really took place during her up rise into a "democracy".  Many stories are never told, or if they are, many of the true events are left out.  Some of the most notable historical events with the Native American people are the Trail of Tears, the abduction...

The Devil’s Breath – Scopolamine and the CIA

Scopolamine, otherwise known as Devil's Breath, is a drug derived from the seeds of the Borrachero tree, as well as other varieties of plants within the same "nightshade" family, to include henbane and Angel's Trumpet.  The drug causes memory loss by limiting or inhibiting the function of the acetylcholine neurotransmitter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToQ8PWYnu04 Acetylcholine is concentrated in location to the hippocampal region, and...

Marijuana – Hyperbole of a Myth

In 1999, the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Medicine issued a report stating "gateway drugs," were more widely discovered to be alcohol and nicotine.