The United States Senate has a long-history of racism, elitism, corruption, voter suppression, and undemocratic practices.

Conversely, many Americans view the Senate as a bastion of democracy, American values, and civility. For instance, there is the Senate’s reputation as “the World’s Greatest Deliberative Body.”

So how did Americans come to view the U.S. Senate as a fundamental institution of democracy and a champion of liberty? The answer is generations of propaganda disguised as history and entertainment.

The US Senate’s Antidemocratic Roots

The US Senate was an antidemocratic institution from the start. …

A company associated with the Massachusetts Institute Institute of Technology (MIT) claims to a viable fusion reactor design.

Several peer-reviewed articles in The Journal of Plasma Physics validate Commonwealth Fusion Systems’ (CFS) nuclear fusion reactor design, a press release claims. The papers are the first peer-reviewed articles that show a compact fusion device from a private company could function as a power plant, a CFS press release claims.

Scientists from CFS and MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center (PSFC) wrote the articles. …

Lists of Doom has obtained exclusive access to President Donald J. Trump’s (R-Florida) secret plans to the fix the American Economy.

So here are President Trump’s Secret Plans to Fix the Economy

  1. Tweet about how great the stock market is.
  2. Steal whatever economic plans U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) has. When Trump proposes those plans they are capitalism. When Sanders proposes the same plans they are socialism.
  3. Go off and play golf and ignore the economy.
  4. Let U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-California) worry about the economy. …


Daniel G. Jennings

Daniel G. Jennings is a writer who lives and works in Colorado. He is a lifelong history buff who is fascinated by stocks, politics, and cryptocurrency.

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