Daily Archives: December 6, 2019

Democrats make it official

Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that House Democrats will draw up articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, setting the stage for a full-chamber vote potentially before Christmas. But there’s internal debate over just how far to go: Some want to … Continue reading

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BWAAAH! What Have I Been Telling You???

   by Anna von Reitz BWAAAH! What Have I Been Telling You??? For several years now, I have flatly defended Pope Benedict and praised him for his efforts to dismantle the criminal machinery of the Pontificate and the incorporated governmental … Continue reading

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Dear Kirk Pendergrass

   by Anna von Reitz Dear Kirk Pendergrass Let me point something out to you — nothing in Federal Code pertains to the States and People except those few portions of legislation published in the Federal Record, not the Federal … Continue reading

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Sending THEM Home

   by Anna von Reitz Sending THEM Home While everyone is running around willy-nilly and certain irresponsible fools are talking about another civil war (Civil War 2.0) on our shores, it’s time to remember whose shores these are and the … Continue reading

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Eight Minutes You Need to Hear — and Understand

  by Anna von Reitz Eight Minutes You Need to Hear — and Understand Bless Bill Still and the Still Report. I am recommending that everyone including President Trump listen to this Youtube, and then, also understand how and why … Continue reading

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For Ernest and All the White Hats

   by Anna von Reitz For Ernest and All the White Hats One of the things I learned a long time ago, is that you have to deal with people as individuals, because group-think leads to injustice. And prejudice. And … Continue reading

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Shoes and Justices

   by Anna von Reitz Shoes and Justices Let’s call him “Ben” — a kid in my First Grade class at Black River Falls Elementary School, which was a big, old, rambling nineteenth-century brick building with a spooky Mansard roof … Continue reading

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