Tag Archives: corruption

Jay Clayton’s SEC Protects Wall Street Racketeering

By Aaron Kesel Empirical evidence indicates policy changes appear to be crippling watchdog organizations from addressing and arresting those on Wall Street committing fraud. Many questionable legal provisions are transpiring within the federal system of justice, …

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Document Surfaces Showing CIA’s plans…

… To Infiltrate Academia & Change University/College Curriculums There’s no doubt about it: three letter agencies like the NSA, FBI and CIA and the ones we don’t yet know about are full of great people …

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The FBI Evidence Lab, a Cesspool

The FBI Evidence Lab, a Cesspool By Jon Rappoport In these pages, I’ve emphasized that mainstream news often fails to follow up on their own stories. They publish a shocking account of a scandal, and …

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The Failure of Peer Review

The Failure of Peer Review July 17, 2017 Brendan D. Murphy, Guest Waking Times Today Science is up on a pedestal. A new god has appeared; his high priests conduct the rituals, with nuclear reactors, …

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The Erosion of Empathy in Medicine

The Erosion of Empathy in Medicine June 27, 2017 Brendan D. Murphy, Guest Waking Times …despite the obvious vital importance of feelings to the human condition, little can be found on the subject in modern …

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