By James F. Tracy and MHB Guest Contributors
The following overview of articles addressing the April 15 Boston Marathon bombing aids in developing a broader understanding of how the event transpired and was presented by corporate and alternative news media. The US public was given a storyline largely constructed by federal law enforcement authorities and channeled through major media to promote the eventual theory that Dzokhar and Tamarlan Tsarnaev were the sole culprits in the bombing.
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By Andrew S. MacGregor*
With the ‘Anti-firearms’ moves that started in the 1980’s a young American woman moved to Australia. Rebecca Peters studied law for two years and then quit. She became employed by ‘The Australian Broadcasting Commission’ (ABC), and then started ‘The National Coalition for Gun Control’. At the time she also coyly joked about the rumours that her father was ‘CIA’.
By James F. Tracy
As federal income tax day once again looms, a look back at part of the history of this commonplace ritual proves illuminating, especially since no major political party has any novel stance on the issue apart from the general instruction that the tax process must proceed in a timely manner.
American Free Press Editor Dave Gahary interviews James Tracy for the AFP Podcast Series.
Discussion highlights include the Sandy Hook massacre and media assault on Tracy, false flag terror, academic unfreedom, whether simple optimism at this stage is a fool’s game, and America’s continuing descent into tyranny.
By James H. Fetzer (with Wolfgang Halbig)
BREAKING NEWS! New Revelations expose the apparently corrupt motives of Newtown authorities and participants in the staged events at Sandy Hook, including free homes and a cut of $27 million (USD) in donations from a sympathetic but gullible public played for saps through the cynical manipulation of their subconscious fears.
By Wolfgang W Halbig*
“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe.”-Nathan M. Bickel
Have you ever tried to put a puzzle together? If you have then this puzzle will blow your socks off because no matter how hard you try to make these pieces fit they just won’t.