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Conspiracies – not “conspiracy theories” – are destroying democracy

  A recent BBC article begins: “The more information we have about what governments and corporations are up to the less we seem to trust them. Will conspiracy theories eventually destroy democracy?” The BBC should not worry about so-called conspiracy theories destroying democracy. Instead, it should worry about the conspiracies themselves.  read the full article:


Psychology professor demonstrates: “Conspiracy theorists” OK; government dupes clueless, humorless

Coast to Coast Radio just canceled its plans to broadcast a show tonight on my widely-read Press TV article on research suggesting that “conspiracy theorists” are saner than government dupes. They replaced it with “whales and dolphins in captivity.” Full story:


Academic freedom special with Professors James Tracy & Lance deHaven-Smith!

Fri.  4/12/13, 3-5 pm Central,  American Freedom Radio  (archived here.) Call-in: 218-339-8525 It’s been seven years since I was witch-hunted out of the University of Wisconsin. Is the American academy starting to wake up? Let’s ask two professors who are asking the hard questions and standing up for academic freedom! First hour: James Tracy of Florida Atlantic University is featured in a brand-new Inside Higher Education story about a bizarre reprimand he got from FAU, where some administrators are apparently uncomfortable with the questions he is asking about Sandy Hook and other suspicious events. FAU repremanded Tracy for supposedly not…