Twenty-Eight Pages

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Darrell Castle discusses the twenty-eight pages redacted from the 9/11 Commission Report and how the relationship between the governments of the United States and Saudi Arabia relate.

Constitution Party 2016 National Convention

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Darrell Castle discusses the convention and the Constitution Party’s 2016 Presidential and Vice Presidential nominees.

Who Are We Fighting?

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Darrell Castle talks about the War on Terror, the rights of terrorists and poses the question — Why don’t we identify who we are fighting?

Islamic Terror – A Little History

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Darrell Castle continues his discussion of the growing threat of terror, this time from an historical perspective.

Islamic Terror – A Little History

islamic-invasion-of-americaToday is Friday, April 1, 2016, and that makes today April Fools’ Day. There are certainly enough fools in the world today to go around, but today we are going to discuss terrorism and the foolish politicians and policies that have allowed it to flourish, especially in the last fifteen years. This is a tale of war, of assimilation, and of extinction.

President George W. Bush announced that we were engaged in a global war on terror shortly after the attacks of September 11, 2001. He also said, “You’re either with us, or you’re with the terrorists.” I suppose he did that to make sure the entire world was engaged in the conflict. It seems pretty obvious now that terror, especially in Europe, is worse than ever after fifteen years of the global war on terror.

Let’s review some of the things that have happened in this war since then. The United States and its western allies invaded Afghanistan, then Iraq. To some extent, they’re still engaged in both countries. The 9/11 Commission Report states that the cost, in terms of dollars of the 9/11 attacks to the attackers, was estimated to be four hundred to five hundred thousand dollars, and to the United States alone, if you count, in your estimate, the cost of caring for wounded veterans, wounded in the global war on terror, 3.3 trillion dollars. That’s quite a return on investment, isn’t it? I’d take that any day of the week. The United States cannot maintain that ratio forever, obviously, without being economically bled to death. Continue reading

When Madness Reigns

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Darrell Castle discusses the recent terrorist bombings in Brussels, Belgium and some of the policies that allowed them to happen.

Breaking the Nuclear Balance

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Darrell Castle talks about the re-starting of the nuclear arms race and offers some reasons why it is happening.

Mind Your Own Business

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Darrell talks about the tendency of governments to involve themselves in the affairs of others and he offers his opinion on why they do it.

NIRP – Negative Interest Rate Policy Is Coming

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Darrell Castle talks about the impact of the negative interest rate and the failure of the central bank managed economy.

The Democratic Socialism of Bernie Sanders

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Darrell Castle talks about Socialism, Bernie Sanders, and the American economy.

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