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Do we have the time, or is this the beginning of the end of life in America as we have known it? This is where you will find a range of Editorial postings and comments by a select group of writers, many of who have had long term relations with Kettle Moraine Publications – and EACH of whom provide us with THEIR Perspectives as this Nation ignores the warnings as we live in the end of days – for most Americans’ are Too Blind to See!
Ahead of Tuesday’s vote in Kansas on a constitutional amendment on abortion, polling showed the pro-life side ahead. So it was stunning to see the pro-life amendment defeated by a margin of 59-41 in a solidly red state. What happened?
Several things. The convoluted wording of the amendment itself combined with complicated messaging from both sides ended up yielding a status quo result and a lesson going forward.
I don’t think anyone will be shocked to learn that the experts say that Dr. Anthony Fauci lied about the origins of the COVID-19 virus. Fauci claimed, under oath, that the virus was ‘naturally occurring.
Scientists testified before the Senate in a hearing Wednesday that it was an impossible claim. That wasn’t the only lie Fauci told.
Dr. Steven Quay, CEO of Atossa Therapeutics Inc., told the Gain Of Function panel that the scenario is highly unlikely, based on his research. Continue reading →
I dropped out of film school to edit video for the conspiracy theorist because I believed in his worldview. Then I saw what it did to people.
On Election Day 2016, I sat in the passenger seat of Alex Jones’s Dodge Hellcat as we swerved through traffic, making our way to a nearby polling place. As Jones punched the gas pedal to the floor, the smell of vodka, like paint thinner, wafted up from the white Dixie cup anchored in the console. My stomach churned as the phone I held streamed live video to Facebook: Jones rambling about voter fraud and rigged elections while I stared at the screen, holding the camera at an angle to hide his double chin. It rarely worked, but I didn’t want to be blamed when he watched the video later. Continue reading →
“Solving unsolved crimes is a noble objective, but it occupies a lower place in the American pantheon of noble objectives than the protection of our people from suspicionless law-enforcement searches… Make no mistake about it…your DNA can be taken and entered into a national DNA database if you are ever arrested, rightly or wrongly, and for whatever reason… Perhaps the construction of such a genetic panopticon is wise. But I doubt that the proud men who wrote the charter of our liberties would have been so eager to open their mouths for royal inspection.” ~ Justice Antonin Scalia dissenting in Maryland v. King
Justice Antonin Scalia official painting by Nelson Shanks
Be warned: the DNA detectives are on the prowl.
Whatever skeletons may be lurking on your family tree or in your closet, whatever crimes you may have committed, whatever associations you may have with those on the government’s most wanted lists: the police state is determined to ferret them out.
In an age of overcriminalization, round-the-clock surveillance, and a police state eager to flex its muscles in a show of power, we are all guilty of some transgression or other.
No longer can we consider ourselves innocent until proven guilty.
Now we are all suspects in a DNA lineup waiting to be matched up with a crime. Continue reading →
Kris Jurski is a Florida resident and businessman, who has mounted a very successful crusade against voter fraud in his home state. Because of the time necessary to produce results, he has had to put aside his income-earning business, Vital Catalyst, LLC, and work full-time uncovering the machinery behind our stolen elections. Continue reading →
…including vaccinating children under 5 to ‘make their advice palatable to the White House,’ doctors claim
Dr. Marty Makary (pictured), a public health expert from Johns Hopkins University, is a critic of both school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic and in vaccines for children aged four and younger
Two of America’s top health agencies are reportedly hemorrhaging staff as poor decision-making, described by staff as ‘bad science,’ has led to low morale.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are both suffering staff shortages, according to Dr. Marty Makary, a top public-health expert at Johns Hopkins University, writes at Common Sense, the Substack run by former New York Times columnist, Bari Weiss.
Major decisions made by the agencies that hurt morale included support for masking in schools, school closures during the pandemic and the authorization of COVID-19 vaccines for children four and under. Continue reading →
A 10-year-old child was raped by a man who should never have been here, and all Joe Biden wants to talk about are abortion rights.
This is the sickest, most disturbing, most God-awful of stories — the single story that most appalls us and most loudly cries out for jailhouse justice.
As it turns out, a 10-year-old girl was indeed raped and impregnated, just as Joe Biden and his fellow pro-abortion activists told us. And now — only now — we learn that the suspect is an illegal immigrant. As Fox News reports:
The man charged with the rape of a 10-year-old girl in Ohio is a Guatemalan illegal immigrant, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) source told Fox News Digital on Wednesday. The Columbus Dispatch first reported that Gerson Fuentes was arrested after police said he confessed to raping a child on multiple occasions. He has been charged with rape, and the outlet reported that he was possibly in the country illegally.
“This seizure is a calculated treachery by Mexican Cartels to flood the United States with their poison and expand their customer base while driving addiction and increasing profit margins,” explained the special agent in charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) New York Division, Frank A. Tarentino III, in a release.
This past Monday, authorities stated that Luis Estrada and Carlos Santos allegedly made their way, in a rented vehicle, from California all the way to New York all while carrying roughly 165 pounds of crystal meth that is thought to have originated out of Mexico.
Estrada allegedly transported over 40 pounds of the meth inside of a black suitcase just outside of a Marriot hotel next to the South Street Seaport of Lower Manhattan when police officials managed to take him into custody on July 5. Continue reading →
Gas prices in the United States have skyrocketed to an all-time high. The pain Americans are feeling “at the pump” has nothing to do with what Joe Biden’s White House puppets say. Painful price increases for all types of fuel began long before Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine. Continue reading →
I have great memories of this majestic country of ours, and I’ve traveled most of it, meeting the best and the worst people one could ever imagine. With all its beauty and all its ugliness, it’s still the best country on the planet in my humble opinion. And it so sorely hurts my heart to see Her put upon and attacked by people who only desire to destroy Her and remake Her into something unrecognizable, evil and vile in their quest for global power. Continue reading →
RT Magazine conducted an analysis of the cases reported to CDC’s voluntary Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), on reactions among babies and toddlers up to 3 years old who received mRNA COVID-19 injections. The study revealed that at least 58 cases were reported of severe and life-threatening adverse events/ injuries. This information is in conflict with the FDA’s briefing document that claimed that the majority of adverse events in Pfizers’ clinical trial were non-serious. The VAERS reports were incomplete as it was unclear if the babies survived. It is also unclear whether they were part of the clinical trials. Continue reading →
“The idea of imposing universal peace on the world by force is a barbarian fantasy.” ~ Garet Garrett
After the death of Taft and as the Eisenhower foreign policy began to take on the frozen Dullesian lineaments of permanent mass armament and the threat of “massive nuclear retaliation” throughout the globe, I began to notice isolationist sentiment starting to fade away, even among old libertarian and isolationist compatriots who should have known better. Old friends who used to scoff at the “Russian threat” and had declared The Enemy to be Washington, DC now began to mutter about the “international Communist conspiracy.” I noticed that young libertarians coming into the ranks were increasingly infected with the Cold War mentality and had never even heard of the isolationist alternative. Young libertarians wondered how it was that I upheld a “Communist foreign policy.”
In this emerging atmosphere, novelist Louis Bromfield’s nonfiction work of 1954, A New Pattern for a Tired World, a hard-hitting tract on behalf of free-market capitalism and a peaceful foreign policy, began to seem anachronistic and had almost no impact on the right wing of the day. (Continue to full story…)
“In a closed society where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught.” ~ Hunter S. Thompson
The burden of proof has been reversed.
No longer are we presumed innocent. Now we’re presumed guilty unless we can prove our innocence beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. Rarely, are we even given the opportunity to do so.
Although the Constitution requires the government to provide solid proof of criminal activity before it can deprive a citizen of life or liberty, the government has turned that fundamental assurance of due process on its head.
Each and every one of us is now seen as a potential suspect, terrorist and lawbreaker in the eyes of the government. Continue reading →
Is there any truth in the idea that a Fourth Nazi Reich is on the rise? The answer is “Only if you can read and understand history.”
It’s high time we considered the unthinkable. What with so much unimaginable stuff confronting us all. Did you get the social media meme the other day about Russia buried under more sanctions than Iran, Venezuela, Myanmar, and Cuba combined? Look again. Reconsider. I know, I know, many of you are wondering too, how is that even possible? Well… Continue reading →
This is the worse I have seen things in America in my 65 years, and unless the American people soon take things in their own hands and put an end to this administration’s folly, they’ll see America as they have known it all their life come to an end. I’m not suggesting all out rebellion, at least not yet; but some good ol’ fashioned civil disobedience is in order.
Wouldn’t it be interesting if some oil executive and a group of shareholders moved to extract oil offshore against Biden’s current ban and in violation of “federal law”? What if they told Biden, we’re going to do this because we need to make a living and this is our area of expertise? Just exactly what would Biden do, what could he do? Send out the Navy to stop them? Continue reading →
John R. Stockwell (born 1937) is a former CIA officer who became a critic of United States government policies after serving seven tours of duty over thirteen years. Having managed American involvement in the Angolan Civil War as Chief of the Angola Task Force during its 1975 covert operations, he resigned and wrote In Search of Enemies.
The following lecture was given by Stockwell in 1883.
The West and the Soviet Union both used propaganda extensively during the Cold War. Both sides used film, television, and radio programming to influence their own citizens, each other, and Third World nations. Through a front organization called the Bedford Publishing Company, the CIA through a covert department called the Office of Policy Coordination disseminated over 1 million books to Soviet readers over the span of 15 years, including novels by George Orwell, Albert Camus, Vladimir Nabakov, James Joyce, and Pasternak in an attempt to promote anti-communist sentiment and sympathy of Western values. George Orwell’s contemporaneous novels Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four portray the use of propaganda in fictional dystopian societies. During the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro stressed the importance of propaganda. Propaganda was used extensively by Communist forces in the Vietnam War as means of controlling people’s opinions. Continue reading →
Each year, the world’s elite hop into their private jets and descend upon Davos, Switzerland, the location of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual Davos Forum. Here, the self-proclaimed ruling class spend the week discussing their visions of the future and how to impose their ambitions on the rest of the world.(1)
As explained by Fox News anchor Jesse Watters, participants are divided into clear classes even there. Not only must you receive a personal invitation to attend, but once you’re there, your name badge will clearly illustrate which “elite class” or “subclass” you belong to. Continue reading →
Through the mists of memory comes this observation from the now-retired Washington Post columnist Robert J. Samuelson: “When one side deliberately distorts and misstates the arguments of the other, the intent is not to debate, but to destroy.”
Samuelson’s mid-1990s assertion came to mind following the recent announcement that the Department of Homeland Security is establishing a “Disinformation Governing Board,” or DGB.