Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Letter of Liberty News Edition (12-10-2013)

Here is the Tuesday News Edition

Patrick Barron explains why currency war means currency suicide.

James Ball exposes the NSA's scheme of spying through video game consoles.

Richard Ebeling calls for an end to America's century of central banking.

Walter Williams exposes another fraud.

Laurence M. Vance revisits the significance of Rosa Parks.

Seymour Hersh, an award-winning journalist, gives an in-depth report on sarin and the truth that is not being told.

Paul Huebl talks about how he is taking stock of his life.

John Whitehead exposes the fundamental incompatibility of the horrible police state and the wonderful institution of private property.

Joe Beam deals with the issue of bossy wives.

Vernoique De Rugy argues that we should get rid of the TSA.

James E. Miller on the real political divide and on Nelson Mandela

John Odermatt shows how Pope Francis endorses theft.

Mark Groubert asks what really happened with regards to the killing of Lee Harvey Oswald.

Charles Burris looks at the useful idiots of 2013.

Scott Lazarowitz on the sickness of the USSA

Jim Quinn on the 4th turning

Dave Hodges explains the NFL's role in the coming regime of martial law.

Charles M. Blow gives his lesson for sticking to principles.

Maria Arana reviews Story of a Death Foretold, which talks about the coup against Salvador Allende.

Chris Hedges: Shooting the messenger

Grover Norquist argues that the requirement for search warrants also applies for emails.

Chase Madar explains the over-policing of America.

Joseph Mercola shows the importance of microbiota.

Martin Chilton shows how the comedy of Laurel and Hardy still holds up.

The Daily Mail reports on how happiness includes resisting the urge on how to answer every single call and text.

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