(by Luis Miguel | The New American) – For far too long, that’s been the prevailing attitude in American society. Despite the fact that conspiracies of various sorts are not the exception, but the norm throughout history, we have been conditioned to believe that there’s no worse fate that could befall you than to become a tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy theorist. Asking too many questions about what your government does is considered worse than committing murder. Of course, it’s in the government’s interest not to have a citizenry that asks too many questions, which is why the media industrial complex has turned […]

This post was originally published on this site