Janet Reno

Why Waco Still Matters

Why Waco Still Matters

The following article was originally published on Antiwar.com in 2005. On April 19, 1993, agents of the U.S. government assaulted the Branch Davidian “compound” at Waco, Texas – a religious community of Adventists under the leadership of David Koresh – killing 74 men,...

How the Government Covered Up the Waco Massacre

How the Government Covered Up the Waco Massacre

The easiest way to achieve sainthood in Washington is to cover up a federal atrocity. Thus, it is no surprise that former senator John Danforth continues to be treated by the Washington Post as a visionary statesman. The Post showcased Danforth’s attack on Donald...

Who Helped McVeigh Blow Up Oklahoma City?

Who Helped McVeigh Blow Up Oklahoma City?

“How do 5 or 6 people see something and describe generally the same thing if it doesn’t exist?” — Dan Vogel, FBI Special Agent, Oklahoma City Field Office “If only one person had seen that, or two or three…but twenty-four? Twenty-four people say, yes I saw him...

Techno-Agorist #37: Waco pt. 3 of 3 Judgment Day

Techno-Agorist #37: Waco pt. 3 of 3 Judgment Day

My name is Ryan and I am an agorist. Two days ago was the 27th anniversary of the slaughter of the Branch Davidians in Waco by the federal government. My buddy Cam, host of the Make Liberty Great Again podcast and co-founder of the MLGA Network recently wrote and...

Ruby Ridge Killings 27 Years Ago

Ruby Ridge Killings 27 Years Ago

Twenty-seven years ago today, a U.S. Marshal shot and killed 14-year-old Sammy Weaver in the back.  The boy was leaving the scene of a firefight that erupted after camouflaged marshals shot and killed his beloved family dog.  The following day, an FBI sniper killed...

Remember Waco.

So the Houston Chronicle is running a story about the real victims of the Waco Massacre -- the ATF paramilitary forces which launched their "Operation Showtime" raid on a peaceful home/church on a Sunday morning, killing 6 innocent people, and getting four of...

Janet Reno: Justice Delayed was Justice Denied

In the early hours of November 7, Janet Reno died at the age of 78 from complications of Parkinson’s disease. Her niece “confirmed to CBS News that Reno died peacefully at home surrounded by family and friends.” It’s unfortunate that, unlike many of her victims, she...

Janet Reno’s Authoritarian Legacy

Rarely has an attorney general matched her shredding of the Constitution Former Attorney General Janet Reno passed away on Monday. While the media is awarding her sainthood as the first female attorney general, her eight years in office were a disaster for Americans’...

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