18th CENTURY philosopher and architect Jeremy Bentham invented a new type of prison in which inmates could be watched by jailers at any time, or all the time, without the knowledge of the prisoners. The panopticon has disturbing implications for the total surveillance society in which we find ourselves today.Continue Reading

Men in black

FOLLOWING UP our discussion of ufology and “alien” theology last week, we continue to examine the alien gospel with Paul and Phillip Collins, authors of The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship: An Examination of Epistemic Autocracy, From the 19th to the 21st Century. The Brothers Collins make the case thatContinue Reading

BARACK OBAMA is on a political roll, finally getting his health care reform bill and preparing to push through (equally unpopular) legislation on climate change and immigration reform. But can President Obama — or any president — really offer change?Continue Reading

BARACK OBAMA is on a political roll, finally getting his health care reform bill and preparing to push through (equally unpopular) legislation on climate change and immigration reform. But can President Obama — or any president — really offer change?

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Patrick M. Wood has been analyzing the political and financial schemes of the global elites for more than 30 years, and he believes that the hype around global warming is intended to prepare the world for a new one-world currency: carbon.

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