Methinks I am a conspiracy theorist. Art thou? Thou block, thou stone, thou worse than senseless thing, for whilst thou slept didst this become a badge of honor. Informed dissent shall always prevail, wherefore art thou worthy, or art thou this unwholesome fool in the group conformity experiment herein?
He wad a senior Democratic Senator best known for his virulent stand against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a contempt for “white niggers” and an unrepentant past as a Klan recruiter. But look under the hood (pardon the pun), and you’ll see the driving force behind West Virginia’s new art museum, The Robert Byrd Museum of Art. Join us, won’t you? as we take a peek at Sen. Robert Byrd’s private art collection… […]
Using the same chess game metaphor used by Wikileaks leader Julian Assange on 12 January 2018 when he “accepted an offer” made to him by President Donald Trump, states this “Assange Gambit”—an opening move in chess where an initial sacrifice is made to gain a greater future advantage—came to fruition yesterday when British police forces in London announced that Assange had been “arrested on behalf of the United States authorities”—a move that can only be likened to Trump achieving “Checkmate”—a chess move in which a player’s king is threatened with capture and there is no way to remove the threat—against his “Deep State” adversaries—the most dangerous of whom is Hillary Clinton—who after her hearing of Assange being taken into custody for Trump, resignedly stated “he’s the only foreigner that this administration would welcome to the US” […]