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Many claim a hidden shadow government is really
controlling the shots. Morgan Reynolds, Ph.D., is professor emeritus at Texas
A&M University and former director of the Criminal Justice Center at the
National Center for Policy Analysis headquartered in Dallas, TX. We discuss shadow governments and the deep state, who is controlling them, and what they ultimately want.
Reynolds defined the deep state as a permanent bureaucratic structure, noting how some extend the definition to include financial powers such as the military-industrial complex. He suggested it is not in the interest of these 'merchants of death' for the United States to have a good relationship with Russia. "The deep state this time around, we've seen them in effect get control of Trump, who's reversed so many foreign policy decisions," he said.
From the sinking of the Maine, the Lusitania, the
attacks of Pearl Harbor and 9/11, false flags have been part of our history.
The Federal Reserve is an integral part of our conflicts. Once weapons were manufactured to fight wars. Now wars are manufactured to sell weapons.
We also discuss the Moon landing hoax.
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Morgan O. Reynolds, Ph.D., currently is Professor emeritus, economics, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. He is a former Chief Economist at the U.S. Department of Labor 2001-2002, and he also served as the Director of the Criminal Justice Center and Senior Fellow at the National Center for Policy Analysis, headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
Professor Reynolds is the author or co-author of six books, including Public Expenditures, Taxes, and the Distribution of Income (1977), Power and Privilege: Labor Unions in America (1984), Crime by Choice (1985), and Economics of Labor (1995). He has published over 50 articles in refereed academic journals, including the American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy and Journal of Labor Research. He has authored or co-authored dozens of policy studies for organizations like the Joint Economic Committee of the United States Congress and the National Center for Policy Anlaysis. He has written dozens of op-eds for Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, InvestorĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s Business Daily, Fortune, National Review, Dallas Morning News, Houston Chronicle, The Washington Times, LewRockwell.com, and other popular outlets.
Dr. Reynolds has frequently testified before congressional committees and appeared on many television and radio news programs, including The Newshour with Jim Lehrer, the PBS program DebatesDebates, CNN, and the Fox News Channel.
Dr. ReynoldsĂ˘â‚¬â„˘ research and publication interests have ranged over a wide variety of labor market issues, including income inequality, trade union behavior, and labor regulation, as well as the economics of crime and punishment. He has served as a consultant and researcher for the National Correctional Industries Association, an industry trade group for attracting and administering paid job opportunities within-prison-walls for inmates.
Reynolds received his Ph.D. in economics in 1971 from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. He has taught and done research at several universities including the Poverty Institute at the University of Wisconsin, the University of California and Texas A&M. He has served on the board of editors at the Journal of Labor Research, the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, and the Journal of Libertarian Studies.
In 1993-4 Reynolds was visiting scholar at the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress. He has been an adjunct scholar with the Cato Institute and currently is an adjunct scholar with the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. Among other professional affiliations, Dr. Reynolds has been a member of the Mont Pelerin Society, an international society of free-market economists, scholars and policy advocates.