Conspiracy Theories

22 Jan 19
Dreadlocks and Butterflies

Hey guys! So lately you may notice I’ve been on a energy/frequency/vibration kick and learning more about how frequencies work and affect us. Well, I learned something really interesting (to me at least…lol) and wanted to share. I had no idea this was even a thing, but did you know there is a conspiracy theory […]

22 Jan 19
Archy Worldys

France and Germany will renew their vows of post-war friendship to show that the engine that has traditionally driven the EU project remains strong as nationalist and populist parties move forward across the continent. President Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel will sign the update of the 1963 Elysée Treaty on Tuesday in the German […]

22 Jan 19
Health and Money News

The Bilderberg Group is 120-140 powerful people who meet each year to discuss policy. The meetings are closed to the public. This graph we found on Facebook shows the members’ connections to a ton of corporations, charities, policy groups and media. Everyone from Eric Schmidt to George Soros is a member. There are tons of […]

22 Jan 19
Think About It

Democracy depends on shared facts and values. It depends on deliberation and the rule of law. It depends on having a free press and other countervailing forces to hold the powerful accountable. Facebook along with Google and Twitter has undercut the free press from two directions: it has eroded the economics of journalism and then […]

22 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

France and Germany are looking forward to seeing the world over, with the goal being to show that they have traditionally powered the EU project. President Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel wants to sign the update to the 1963 Elysée treaty on Tuesday in the German border city of Aachen, residence of Charlemagne, the […]

22 Jan 19
Unapologetic Anagha

F E R T I L E C R E S C E N T The white board squeaked, as the words blinked black at us, I ratted my brain trying to think of where I’d last heard that phrase. Ms. Malvika pulled up a map of it. Ah, the piece of land surrounded by […]

22 Jan 19
Observer

Gov. Murphy took the opportunity to criticize President Trump for the partial shutdown, calling it “incredibly frustrating and juvenile.”

22 Jan 19
mani's point

Today we see the results of this system run amok. Executives at our most respected companies hire people at near-slave wages to toil under inhuman conditions . Fashion industry can be taken for one example film and drama industries as an other, so on construction companies, oil companies and number of other , which cheat […]

22 Jan 19
Matat Mail

Literary theory teaches us that the reader is not passive. He or she is an active agent who creates meaning to what is written through interpretation and reaction. The written text comes into existence through the reader’s performance and action. We thus, as readers, have enormous power to act on what we read and create […]

22 Jan 19
Jehtro Lewis - Blog

A fascinating question about qualified immunity law. I realize that qualified immunity is a pretty unpopular doctrine, especially here at the Volokh Conspiracy. But for readers willing to accept existing Supreme Court law as a given, the Third Circuit’s new decision in Bryan v. United States asks a really cool question: Are officers expected to […]