129: Quincy Johnson; Black People Are Not A Monolith

127: MK Ultra and the Digital Age

Tommy has spent the last few weeks working on accumulating articles and information on the CIA activities of the Cold War and modern day to see how different their methods of activities today compare with their human experiments of the 1950’s and 60’s.

Anatomy of a Public Interest Case

Orlikow et al vs United States

CIA Recruiting Academics

Propaganda Legalized in U.S.

Smith-Mundt Modernization Act 2012

CIA Investing in Data Mining

Social Media Is a Tool of the CIA, Seriously

WPP and the CIA

Facebook Investors and the CIA

Facebook Partners With the Atlantic Council

129: Quincy Johnson; Black People Are Not A Monolith

Border Patrol, The Drug War, and The Cartels w/ Josh Childress

Tommy was joined by former Border Patrol Agent, Josh Childress. They discuss becoming a radical before circling back to Josh’s days working the border. Josh talks trafficking and gives detailed accounts of specific instances that stand out in his memory. Finally, he gives his impressions on BORTAC’s use in Portland and how he reacted.

 

129: Quincy Johnson; Black People Are Not A Monolith

123: QAnon

What is QAnon?

Who is Q?

Tommy spent this last week stuck in a Q-hole attempting to gain insight on the phenomenon that is Q. What he discovered entertained, surprised, and intrigued him. There’s no way to discover every angle of Q in a week, but Tommy wanted to avoid the complete mind rot he was sure to experience had he followed every rabbit hole of the Q-sphere. So here’s his introduction to QAnon.

Enoughalreadyproof

Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism

by Scott Horton

Book Foolssm

No Quarter: The Ravings of William Norman Grigg

by Will Grigg

Book Foolssm

Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan

by Scott Horton

Book Foolssm

Coming to Palestine

by Sheldon Richman

Book Foolssm

The Great Ron Paul

by Scott Horton

Book Foolssm

What Social Animals Owe to Each Other

by Sheldon Richman

Pin It on Pinterest