Conspiracy Theories


houseVia Gawker, in case you were wondering whether the people working in Congress are insane:

As the House finished their vote to reopen the federal government and raise the debt ceiling, a House stenographer decided it was a good time to let everyone know her feelings about God, Congress, and the Freemasons.

“The greatest deception here is that this is not one nation under God. The Constitution would not have been written by Freemasons. They go against God. You cannot serve two masters,” the stenographer yelled into the microphone as she was dragged off by security.

The stenographer, identified as Dianne Reidy, was interviewed by Capitol police after the incident, according to Fox News.









I’m curious as to our readers’ opinions of Charlie Veitch, profiled by the Las Vegas Guardian Express as a former 9/11 Truther who changed his mind: Once one of Britain’s principal conspiracy…



Dean Burnett questions how supposedly rational people get caught in the tangled webs of conspiracy theories, writing in the Guardian: With constant revelations about government surveillance and possible impending war, this must be a fertile…








The walking, talking antithesis of mainstream news programming, or the perfect addition to it? Following a dramatic appearance on CNN earlier this year, this past weekend Alex Jones was featured on the BBC One’s Sunday Politics show for the ostensible purpose of discussing the Bilderberg Conference. Perhaps not completely surprisingly, things took a turn towards the chaotic, with the show fading out with Jones shouting at viewers to “wake up” as host Andrew Neil makes “looney tunes” gestures at the camera: