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Here are the Top 10 all-time articles at FauxCapitalist.com by the end of 2015:

1) Dr. Stan Monteith, a 35-year orthopedic surgeon on Jeff Bauman’s leg amputations: “I believe that this young man was an actor” (2013)
2) I’m blowing the whistle on World Bank whistleblower Karen Hudes (2014)
3) Australia has $15 an hour minimum wage and is ranked more economically free than the U.S. (2010)
4) Joel Skousen’s critique of World Bank whistleblower Karen Hudes (2014)
5) The U.S. Constitution doesn’t say money should be gold or silver coin (2011)
6) The United States isn’t a federal corporation (2011)
7) Who is behind enenews.com? (2011)
8) No evidence that your birth certificate is traded on any exchange (2011)
9) Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker laughs at the great increase in wealth disparity over the past 10 to 15 years, and at Americans for not speaking out more forcibly against it (2011)
10) More evidence that Fritz Springmeier is a phony: A New World Order colony on Mars (2012)

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Prior to this year, I had listed the top 10 articles of each year that were written in that same year.

But with my writing being relatively sparse this year, I am presenting the top 10 accessed articles in this year.

1) Joel Skousen’s critique of World Bank whistleblower Karen Hudes (2014)
2) I’m blowing the whistle on World Bank whistleblower Karen Hudes (2014)
3) Dr. Stan Monteith, a 35-year orthopedic surgeon on Jeff Bauman’s leg amputations: “I believe that this young man was an actor” (2013)
4) The U.S. Constitution doesn’t say money should be gold or silver coin (2011)
5) The United States isn’t a federal corporation (2011)
6) Meet Gary Franchi, the radical Zionist behind Next News Network (2014)
7) No evidence that your birth certificate is traded on any exchange (2011)
8) Who is behind enenews.com? (2011)
9) Veterans Today’s Gordon Duff and his elite bio (2012)
10) Joel Skousen exposes Doug Hagmann’s “insider” source as disinfo (2012)

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From this October 29, 2015 click-bait interview article on Alex Jones’ site, Coast to Coast AM host George Noory got roasted by most commenters for his phony talk of a presidential run.

Here are some of the top comments:

George Noory is a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” , he’s disgusting, a perverted atheist who
is constantly trying to discredit the bible with his new age mystical B.S.
Art Bell created coasttocoast and George Noory is a fraud that is trying to take
credit for it.

When he said he’s really consider Condolesa Rice as his VP, I was done with him. NO THANKS! If he doesn’t know how criminal she is, he’s not a person I want to see in.

OMG how did all this get started, with Noory’s overinflated ego he’d make a bid for POTUS, the only pit fall for him is the first time he makes a campaign speech he DONE. It wouldn’t take the low information voter more than 15 seconds to figure out this fool is a Clown…lol

the puke can’t even run a talk show. guess bigfoot will be his veep.

Snoory Can’t find his own ass without help from his “crew”. An imbecile at best

Noorys a stooge and has ruin Coast to Coast. he was a big part in what happen to Wells. CTM Wells show put Coast to shame…

Yet, Alex Jones’ crew deleted this very serious comment of mine, about him gatekeeping the $300 billion AIDS scam, which shows how they don’t really care about negative opinions of anonymous commenters, but they care very much about substantive criticisms that expose supposed alternative media personalities as gatekeepers, serving the system.

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There are still courageous scientists, doctors, journalists and publishers out there exposing the 30-year-old HIV/AIDS scam, and Patricia Goodson of Texas A&M University and the Frontiers peer-reviewed journal are the latest to aid in this regard.

Check out her September 23, 2014 article, “Questioning the HIV-AIDS hypothesis: 30 years of dissent,” for a synopsis of this ongoing saga, tragedy, crime and scam.

This article is particularly relevant with the current Ebola scare, to illustrate the tactics, institutions and individuals involved with the current health scare control grid in the United States.

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Dr. Edwin Vieira, author of The Sword and Sovereignty, was on the Power Hour with Joyce Riley on July 28, 2014, and provided an excellent and concise explanation of “a well-regulated Militia,” with reference to the United States and its Constitution.

– The Department of Homeland Security is unconstitutional
– A “well-regulated Militia” means statutory authorization and regulation by the several States, and doesn’t include privately-run militias
– The definition of Militia is best expressed by the Constitution of Virginia, which is the whole body of the people
– Exemptions could be given to most for completing a first-aid course, for example
– Women originally not part of the Militia because they were not legally emancipated, but would now be considered part of the Militia
– Age restrictions in place (originally up to 44 years old) in the 1700s before modern medicine could alleviate these conditions, and modern society allows individuals to serve in other capacities, like office work
– The National Guard isn’t a Militia, with the proof being that there is no notice given to all citizens to participate in it
– The Militia is intended to “execute the laws of the Union,” meaning that there is to be no federal agencies that perform a police or para-military function outside of the Militia
– Police abuses could be kept in check by the Militia, which is composed of the body of the people
– Constitutional Militias could be brought in any time — the only thing stopping that is the political class and a lack of citizen demand for them from State officials

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Australia’s ahead of Canada, in getting its first explicitly libertarian parliamentarian — Senator David Leyonhjelm.

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, given Australia’s high Economic Freedom Index rating for several years in a row by the Heritage Foundation, with its 2014 rating of third place compared to Canada in sixth place and the United States as low as 11th place.

It sure helped that Australia now has an elected senate, as there’s no way an open libertarian would be appointed to any legislative body in a parliamentary system.

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From the June 3, 2014 Toronto Star article, NRA criticizes ‘open carry’ gun rallies as ‘downright weird’, my comment was chosen as an “Editor’s Pick”:

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American gun culture is not supposed to make sense to anyone else, and that’s because our country was never born in violent revolution, we have nothing like their Second Amendment, and we never had a civil war. When you consider those factors, American gun culture doesn’t seem so weird or objectionable anymore, from their unique context.

They likely chose it because it makes Canadians think American gun culture is an oddity, but my purpose was to put it in a valid and particular context what otherwise doesn’t make much sense to most Canadians from a Canadian context.

Here are some other comments I made:

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@Ymhos What part? About the ability to carry hand-guns, or the right to keep and bear arms at all? If you find the latter weird, then perhaps you find many of America’s defining cultural differences weird.

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@besiboo We’re talking about American history, not Canadian history. At the time it was written, in 1789, it meant muskets, since they were what was used in the Revolutionary War. If they meant only muskets, they would’ve said so.

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@whodat singer It says “the right of the people to keep and bear arms.” People have rights, not militias. The Second Amendment granted no rights. It recognized an existing natural right of self-defence with arms, and was specifically intended to apply only to the federal government, to protect against the kind of government tyranny by King George that Americans had recently fought and died combating.

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@wetsurfer Times change, but principles don’t change. The Second Amendment was intended to provide the capability for the last resort of violent resistance in the face of government tyranny once all other amendments and peaceful resorts failed. Slavery wasn’t justifiable, being armed, is. Read the late Russian Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s Gulag Archipelago, about how the Soviet terror could’ve been ended if only the people violently resisted before it was too late.

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@The Real Meatloaf The U.S. Supreme Court, in the Heller case, decided that “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms” protects an individual right outside of the Militia, and even Barack Obama has stated as much.

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@thainion There’s no expiration on the Amendment. The proper way to change the Constitution is by passing another amendment, as has been done 27 times.

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@mrestivo4u2 In those states that allow open carry, I can see why some do it, because it’s a right in those states, whereas concealed carry is treated as a privilege, and the Second Amendment is clear, that as far as the federal government is concerned, it has no power to infringe the right to keep and bear arms.

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The Columbine, Virgina Tech and Aurora Colorado shootings all took place in “gun-free” zones.

For more on guns, and the divide between Canada and the United States, see my articles:

1) Canada’s long-gun registry: a feel-good failure

2) “You’re not much of a libertarian” (for not signing my petition)

3) America’s are “gun crazy” and Canadians are disarmed?

4) The great Canadian-American gun divide

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