Comment: No offense, but I think the Daily Paul is very much so InfoWars.

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No offense, but I think the Daily Paul is very much so InfoWars.

No offense, but I think the Daily Paul is very much so InfoWars.

It's just AJ's place fights on another battlefield. But that's the same war:

the war to grab, subject our minds. It's information war times. The Daily Paul is very much committed to not surrender on it, no? The motto is: "restoring Constitutional government", which I read: "let's not forget or abandon the Constitution, shall we?" Fighting against the planned destruction of the foundations memory.

AJ's motto is more like: "the globalists are out to get us". Fighting against what "they" intend to put in place once the USA, that is, the Constitution, is completely gone.

Hence: two war fronts. AJ's very complementary to the Daily Paul's, and it's nice to have a bit of overlap once in a while, IMO. Helps spread the curiosity.

I find neither motto much debatable: they're both oh so very ... uncontroversial. Evidence, in the case of what AJ's is up against:

http://www.cfr.org/middle-east/dangers-warmongering-syria-ir...

So, what did I miss?

Granted, no problem: the styles are different... and, huh, so what?

Dear wife doesn't surprise me with always the same yummy meal.

Some variety is always welcome. Same kitchen, though - liberty and peace. And same folks loving alike.

Peace.

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

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"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius