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The difference between Christianity & Libertarianism marks a line between America & the New America

Summary:  Recently the FM website has focused on the evolution of the America-that-Once-Was into the New America, and the propaganda that drives it. One of the great oddities of this is that we radically change, yet remain unaware of the change. Today we look at one example: Libertarianism, the anti-Christianity — so popular among Christian conservatives. “But …

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Should we fear that religion whose believers have killed so many people?

Summary:  Another question from readers, timely and relevant! Comment sent to the FM website team in reply to Hatred and fear of Islam – of Moslems – is understandable. But are there hidden forces at work? (3 August 2010). Your comparison of Islamic terrorists to the Irish Republican Army is misguided. I may well be mistaken, but Islamic terrorists …

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Buying politicans – A “loaves to fishes” miracle, taking place every day in America

Today’s quote of the day: What has become of the American nation? Conceived with the vision of liberty and justice for all, we have descended in the clutches of corporate and other special interests to a second world state defined by K Street instead of Independence Square. Our government doesn’t work anymore, or perhaps more …

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Americans in foreign lands, putting our knowledge of their cultures to work in war

Do Americans have the insight and sensitivity to successfully manipulate foreign peoples?  This question is central to our wars in the Middle East.  Even our best friends might question this assumption.  Evidence to date suggests that the answer is “no.”  Not just our fumbling attempts to find a coherent strategy.  Or our more spectacular failures, …

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