The Sea of Time

There was a man who climbed a mountain; the sea was his desire. He thought if he climbed high enough, he’d see it from afar. From where he stood, his vantage point was just above the trees, and perhaps this was high enough for him to view the sea. But to his consternation and the dismay upon his…

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Court Sets Ominous Precedent: Informing Jurors of Their Rights Is Now ILLEGAL Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/man-convicted-informing-jurors-rights/#Skp2szAye7y3LKvI.99

image: http://thefreethoughtproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/juror-rights-696×366.jpg 27Share 9Tweet 20 1 0Reddit 1Email Big Rapids, MI — As constitutional rights are steadily eroded in the U.S. through the burgeoning police/surveillance state, one case in Michigan provides an example of just how dire the situation has gotten. Keith Woods, a resident of Mecosta County, was charged and recently convicted for the…

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The Amazing Arrogance of the Paris Climate Agreement

Jeffrey A. Tucker Thursday, June 01, 2017 It was December 12, 2015, when headlines in the world’s leading newspapers, in implausibly bold type, celebrated the “historic” agreement in Paris between all nations of the world to curb carbon emissions and thereby stop climate change: or so they said, as if elites get to say what…

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Top 7 Worst Reasons to Keep the Paris Climate Accord

It is fun watching defenders of the Paris climate accord – many of whom have absolutely no idea what it actually says – scramble to come up with reasons why President Trump should not pull the United States out of it. It remains to be seen just how far out we will get, no matter…

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Here’s What Is On The Agenda For This Year’s Bilderberg Meeting

(ZHE) Every year, the world’s richest and most powerful business executives, bankers, media heads and politicians sit down in some luxurious and heavily guarded venue, and discuss how to shape the world in a way that maximizes profits for all involved, while perpetuating a status quo that has been highly beneficial for a select few, even…

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