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Painting the Debt Ceiling with the Brian Wilson Podcast

Brian Wilson and I had fun hammering Congress for their shiftless sellout on the federal debt ceiling negotiations.  Also paid homage to the FBI and its 278,000 warrantless wiretap victims (you know who you are even if the feds won’t disclose). You can listen to the podcast by clicking here or https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-two-and-only-brian-wilson-and-james-bovard/id1638506178?i=1000615202210or

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N.Y. Post: Get them rewrite! Debt-ceiling deal fails to fix DC

New York Post, May 31, 2023 Get them rewrite! Debt-ceiling deal fails to fix DC by James Bovard The biggest peril of the Biden-McCarthy budget deal is spawning the illusion federal spending is under control. Both President Joe Biden and Republican congressional leaders can claim victory and lull Americans into believing rising national debt is […]

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Biggest FBI Spy Scandal of the Year

Libertarian Institute, May 25, 2023 EXPOSED: Biggest FBI Spy Scandal of the Year by Jim Bovard A Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court opinion released last week revealed that the FBI violated the constitutional rights of 278,000 Americans in 2020 and 2021 with warrantless searches of their email and other electronic data. For each American that the […]

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WABC NY Show on the Coverup of Hunter Biden’s Tax Crimes MP3

I was on the Cats and Cosby show on WABC New York radio this afternoon. We had fun smacking around the coverup of Hunter Biden’s tax crimes. Will those whistleblowers be able to rattle the Biden White House? Looking forward to their future disclosures. You can listen to the MP3 by clicking here – or […]

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The Biden Crime Family and Our Corrupt Foreign Aid

The Biden Crime Family and Our Corrupt Foreign Aid by James Bovard I know Romanian corruption. When I was exiting the country after investigating its collapsing economy in 1987, I made sure to bribe every guard who searched my luggage at the Bucharest airport with a pack of Kent cigarettes. But I neglected to give […]

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