Monday, January 21, 2019
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Two years ago, I found myself poring over a long, complicated and hair-raising book written in 1994 called Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA by Terry Reed and investigative reporter John Cummings.

Reading this book was, alternately, like racing through a thriller, discovering (more) American history on the dark side, and trekking through a terrible legal labyrynth. It is the story of Terry Reed, from his early life as a patriotic boy in Missouri who turned 18 in 1960,...

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Rather amazing to end 2018 and begin 2019 still talking about "America First," the idea that became a movement eighty years ago, briefly (1940-1941), before extinguishing itself as soon as America entered World War II, following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (instigated, in large part, as a result of complex influence operations run by Moscow in Tokyo and...

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Following then-candidate Trump's electrifying foreign policy address in the spring of 2016 in which he set forth his counter-revolutionary vision for putting American interests first in the world, I embarked on a course of research into the American First movement in this country. I presented this research (above) at a symposium in the summer of 2016 sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Strategy and Politics.

In light of President Trump's recent decision to withdraw US forces from Syria -- which retired Army Col. Douglas Macgregor called "brilliant" -- and the imminent departure of Defense Secretary James "World Order" Mattis, it seems like an apt moment to repost given that President Trump seems to have decided to strengthen his commitment to his original foreign policy agenda.

Here, also, is a link to the address,...

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John Guandolo created this beautiful video after the recent death of Admiral James "Ace" Lyons. He writes:

This video is a short and meager attempt to honor our friend Ace.  To me it was not only his fierceness in speaking boldly about real threats to our liberty and society, but his charm and sense of humor that I loved.

It is hard to describe how much we all miss him.



I have been pleasantly surprised to watch American Betrayal unfold on Twtter as Brett MacDonald (@TweetBrettMac), now reading the book, transforms conventional underlining and note-taking into a lively Twitter feed.

Early on, however, he detected the atmospherics of "controversy" about the book, picked up a copy of The Rebuttal, and...

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