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THE NEW York attorney general’s office said Friday that it had tracked about $1 billion in wire transfers by the [Jewish] Sackler family, including through Swiss bank accounts, suggesting that the family tried to shield wealth as it faced a raft of litigation over its role in the opioid crisis. Earlier…
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For previous installments of this series, see Parts I, II, III, and IV Why the elites dumped on San Francisco
Of hyper-gentrification and human excrement by Peter Franklin OF ALL THE THINGS you might want to symbolise your city, the human turd is pretty much bottom of the list. Yet San Francisco, the…
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For previous installments of this series, see Parts I, II, and III Managed Obsolescence: Homelessness in America’s Gilded Cities
by Jacob Siegel I STARTED READING about the homeless camps spreading across the western United States around 2014. My initial impression was that the stories were paranoid…
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THE SACKLER OPIOID EMPIRE (Purdue Pharma) is now considering bankruptcy to avoid large payouts on thousands of lawsuits piling up in the courts. Cases are being brought by states’ attorneys general with the first case from Oklahoma going to court in May. There is real activism developing to enforce…
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EditorialsKevin Alfred StromNews

by Kevin Alfred Strom LOOK CAREFULLY at this picture. It is shocking. A White couple, far from old, with a four-year-old child — a White couple whose life was so empty, purposeless, and full of despair and sadness that the only way out they could see was the oblivion of narcotic drugs. Jews are responsible…
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Mainstream media lionize “entrepreneur” who makes a fortune ruining lives JUST AFTER Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop opened in Seattle’s Central District, it boasted in an ad, “Our weed cures Ebola.” Knowing that merchants in the new industry weren’t allowed to make any medical claims about pot,…
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Reports

AT THE RIGHT is a graph (click to enlarge) from that paper by the quasi-Nobel laureate in Economics and his wife: Rising morbidity and mortality in midlife among white non-Hispanic Americans in the 21st century Anne Case and Angus Deaton “This paper documents a marked increase in the all-cause…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE PICTURE on the right is reproduced from the cover of Science News, 7 September 1991, where it appears without identification or explanation to call attention to an article about the effect of excessive use of cocaine on the foetus of pregnant women. It is obviously an advertisement…
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