Nixon Advisor: War on Drugs Invented to Crush Anti-War and Black Movements
In 1994, a former Nixon policy adviser admitted the War on Drugs was waged not to keep Americans safe, but to crush dissent. According to John Ehrlichman, who served time in prison for his involvement in the Watergate scandal, the Drug War was intended to disempower anti-war and black... Read more
Alfred L. Webre – Politics, Exopolitics, Author
Alfred Lambremont Webre is an American author, lawyer, futurist, peace activist, environmental activist, and a space activist who promotes the ban of space weapons.     Read more
What ABC 20/20 Could Learn from All The President’s Men: The Devolution of Modern Journalism, Beginning With Watergate
The “purity” of journalism, and its willingness to act as a “fourth estate” of political influence has fluctuated over the course of American history. In the historic role the press created for itself, as an institution designed to act on the behalf of the people, it is beholden to... Read more