What Topics Do You Want Us to Write More – Or Less – On?

 

We at Washington’s Blog write on a wide variety of topics.

Which topics would you like us to write more on?

Which topics would you like us to write less on?

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  • Wullow

    Zionism and the alternative history of the Jews.

  • Guest

    Free trade and its relationship to the NWO.

    Uniting the NWO-Tea Party with the NWO-aware left for political victory.

    Names and addresses of IRS agents who targeted groups.

  • Guest

    Free trade and its relationship to the NWO.

    Uniting the NWO-Tea Party with the NWO-aware left for political victory.

    Names and addresses of IRS agents who targeted groups.

  • jadan

    Emphasize those topics that receive reader comments. But trust your own intuition of the zeitgeist.

  • jadan

    Emphasize those topics that receive reader comments. But trust your own intuition of the zeitgeist.

  • jadan

    Emphasize those topics that receive reader comment. Otherwise, trust your own intuition of the zeitgeist. Above all, don’t pander like most “journalists” tend to do!

  • rpdiplock

    Exposure of (international) false flag incidences and military corrupt practices.

  • USA_objector

    Naming the names . . . Which politicians and which reporters are corrupt and who’s paying them?

    How about an article on the wackiest professors who are out there promoting eugenics, vaccines, transhumanism. This is what our kids go into debt for?

    It’s great to see your articles up on infowars and zerohedge.

  • Squamous

    Less on currency….perhaps more on pharmaceutical industry and environment.

  • wunsacon

    My tentative recommendation/request is that you continue to write about what YOU want to write about. The quality of the writing on this site is outstanding, IMO. It’s enough to make me read your site every day. If you “cater” to readers’ tastes, maybe your quality will suffer.

    • Don Robertson

      Yes, write about what you know about. REALLY write about what you know about, your personal perspective conception of the life experience, and, how you believe the cadence and tenor of your life experience compares to the experience others are having, and that which others had throughout history.

      These are some of the few truths any of us can come to know. Tell us the truth as you know it .

    • Don Robertson

      Yes, write about what you know about. REALLY write about what you know about, your personal perspective conception of the life experience, and, how you believe the cadence and tenor of your life experience compares to the experience others are having, and that which others had throughout history.

      These are some of the few truths any of us can come to know. Tell us the truth as you know it .

    • gozounlimited

      Agreed…… we recognize and appreciate the inspiration and experience that motivates our authors here at WB to deliver multiple dimensions to the reader on a broad variety of issues. Because our authors have the ability to bring passion, commitment, understanding, and knowledge to each story they present, we become beneficiaries of a truly shared experience.

      Thank you for you…. and thanks to our extended family of brilliant minds who so generously share themselves with the rest of us….. LOVE YOU

  • Jay

    Keep it to three well organized paragraphs instead of going off all scattershot.

  • I like the issues of 9/11. Election Integrity. And the Role of the Federal Reserve on our Economy and Currency. I think those are huge. I also like the topics of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness that will allow us to free ourselves from the current power structure, like the legalization of drugs that will take power away from the black market CIA dealings and drug cartels and money laundering operations. Solar Energy developments and alternative energy will take power away from the petroleum and energy industries. Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors (TSLA) and the SolarCity Corporation (SCTY) will hopefully play roles in that regard in the near future. This technology could decentralize power and give it to individual households or smaller communities instead of multi-national corporations that currently run many of these things.

    I think 9/11 is the key to what has been taking place since 2001. Ownership of our currency is key to the Economy. And Election Integrity is key to our Democracy. I like what you do though a lot, so please keep it up and do what makes you happy and productive like others have said. Peace. I also love Alternative Energy Technology and Environmental issues. Thanks.

  • John Lawler

    Just keep writing your straightforward and well referenced articles of the most excellent quality. We trust that you will touch on the most important and the most needing of attention.

  • Paul

    More: Fukushima and the Nuclear Danger (what else is there really?), the Gulf Oil Spill (is it really still leaking?), Impending War in the Mid-East, U.S. Economic Meltdown (but not so much of the banking & FedRev stuff; we know they’re crooks).

    Less: Snowden, NSA, Police State (we’re there, dude), Israel (we know, we know).

    • MegGuest

      If I may add to your list of large environmental threats … Very few American realize that the XL pipeline is a ‘camel nose under the tent’ to further clearing and toxification of Canadian forest (think watershed and vibrant habitat already destroyed; along with First Nations health harm already underway).

      The region ‘available’ to be destroyed – should ‘a go-ahead look well for gas/oil corps – is the size of Florida. As someone who was taught as a child to revere the Ogallala Aquifer, and who spent decades living in the forested regions of BC/Alberta, I’m actually quite traumatized at the horrors already happening, never mind ‘might’. I live in dread of Obama’s ‘ok to XL’; rumored to be coming late this summer.

      We gotta have a better way for people to ‘earn a decent living’ (to assure themselves and families of home, health, education, and opportunity) than to put them in position that they’ll “do anything for jobs”. Keeping people between a rock and a hard place is no.way to experience ‘freedom and democracy’!

  • Paul

    Oh, and thanks for giving us a vote.

  • Ab

    More about Israhell

  • Fukushima and the Gulf Oil Spill. I included in on my site with my comment “It’s not going away just because you want it too”. You doing a superb job and this site is second on my list of daily news websites.

    • MegGuest

      Caught your post in agreement on both issues, but ended up elaborating in a reply to ‘Paul’, below. Could just as well have replied to you!

  • HappyIndependenceDay

    Oh p.s.

    the reference for the Federal Institute of Technology study is in footnote 3

  • HappyIndependenceDay

    did I do something wrong? my comment is gone.

  • Bill Pahnelas

    i trust your instincts and interests as far as what appears, but some of the articles are so long that it’s next to impossible to get all the way through them in the time i allow for my daily reading. remember, this isn’t the only site on the ‘net, and size your essays appropriately.

  • ShankyS

    Just don’t stop writing. Everything is excellent and the menu here is tremendous. Thanks for all of your excellent posts.

  • MegGuest

    Excellent timing to have found your question today, July 4th.

    Among other themes – the problem of a 2 party system, as you have presented many times, is always worthy and perhaps urgent as 2014/16 election-rattling has already begun.

    Found this morning, http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2011/07/the-founding-fathers-tried-to-warn-us-about-the-threat-from-a-two-party-system.html.

    For any interested, a petition letter to the President’s Commission on Election Administration, with provision for signees to add comment, is available here: http://www.independentvoting.org/.

    Thanks for asking!

  • xoxxxo

    9/11 truth is the only way out of this terrible mess. Start with an in-depth analysis of Kevin Ryan’s book, Another Nineteen, Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects: http://www.amazon.com/Another-Nineteen-Investigating-Legitimate-Suspects/dp/1489507833/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1371247632&sr=1-4&keywords=another+nineteen

    Focus on the the incredible job the American people (and people from all over the world) have done investigating the Crimes of 9/11. Not covering this is killing our Country.

    The Split: http://www.markdotzler.com/Mark_Dotzler/split.html

  • This is the best news site on the internet IMO. Probably, since asked, you don’t touch on election-related things like electronic voting machines, rigged elections, & voter suppression.

    A good start would be http://www.blackboxvoting.org/ & http://www.bradblog.com/ & some other electronic voting machine watchdogs.

    Watch this:

    Computer Programmer testifies that Tom Feeney (Speaker of the Houe of Florida at the time, currently US Representative representing MY district ) tried to pay him to rig election vote counts.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEzY2tnwExs

    USA – Michael Connell’s Convenient Plane Crash (I)

    Rove’s election IT guru dies in small plane crash when set to testify against Rove for stealing Ohio in the 2004 “election”:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_s97iE8J40

    Murder, Spies, & Voting Lies: the Clint Curtis story (guy in first video above, testifying in front of congress)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhBtfiRKaVY

  • Huqnowxo

    GW, you’re doing great, keep it up. Been following, educated and inspired by your writing/documentation for years, incl. as you’ve branched out into new areas of coverage. I’m interested to see where you’ll go next.

  • xoxxxo

    9/11 truth is the only way out of this terrible mess (everything is connected to it). Start with an in-depth analysis of Kevin Ryan’s new book, Another Nineteen, Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects: http://www.amazon.com/Another-Nineteen-Investigating-Legitimate-Suspects/dp/1489507833/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1371247632&sr=1-4&keywords=another+nineteen

    Please drop the 9/11 Fact (or fiction?) thing.

    • Jay R.

      Ditto, only way out, and drop the or fiction. This is the topic that brought me here way back when you were blogspot2. Speak the truth and you will have followers.

  • MegGuest

    International arms trade of course is a hand-in-glove fit to our own military industrial empire. Don’t know how much you’ve tackled it, but it’s good to feed awareness. Andrew Feinstein’s “Shadow World: Inside the Global Arms Trade” is a good primer, many interviews, etc with him available on YT and elsewhere. Book was first published late in 2011, I think. Info on book, film, etc and link to most recent updated version here: http://www.theshadowworldbook.com/.

  • Happy Family

    Karen Hudes exposing World Bank Corruption

  • MegGuest

    Social science research (psychology-rooted insights on how we dupe ourselves, and are duped) is, to me, required critical awareness for us as we try to extricate ourselves from the mess we’re in and propose solution. Otherwise any success we have knocking out current patterns will be short-lived, as we’ll mindlessly, eventually, re-build them.

    Topics to ponder include (1) ‘competition vs cooperation’ – affect on physiology, stress hormones, etc., and (2) conflict-resolution practices brought into justice systems (ranging from restorative justice to efforts such as South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation — all geared toward understanding just what ‘community’ is and how we’re wired to seek it even as we seek individual satisfactions)

    Your basket of themes is already bulging and weighted down, so introducing social science research may be beyond scope – but the occasional challenge can help keep us mindful and spread interest in ‘core human essentials’. Dan Ariely might be a good starting point: http://danariely.com/, (psychology and behavioral economics).

    Re child development (pretty important awareness to have in mind for developing better human community), Alfie Kohn sure kicks up a challenge: http://www.alfiekohn.org/index.php. As a (now retired) classroom teacher of young children, I find him ‘spot on’ for the most part. We’ve had such strong socialization in support of aggressive competition that Kohn’s findings and assertions take a lot of flack.

  • I enjoy the current mix. I like anything that talks about the ultra rich and their ever increasing efforts to hurt everyone else. Also anything about the banks and their dirty dealings is always a must read for me.

  • jo6pac

    Just keeping doing what the writers at this site to best, The Truth.

  • irategrandmother

    I think we need to hear about impeachable offenses by the President, and the need to have the rule of law restored in our country. There is especially so with respect to the corrupt financial institutions.

  • Eric Hodgdon

    Besides Peace, Love, and Sex you could start a ‘How to Start a Revolution’ series.

  • Anonymous

    You said it yourself, George, that you should write what you are passionate about, and it seems to have worked well for you. That having been said, I would be interested in solutions, i.e. what we individually can do to change the direction we are heading in. And by the way, I like your posts with a religious bent. We could use more writers who cognizant and respectful of God in our country.

  • Mark Branham

    Expose the debt-money monetary system for the ponzi scheme that it is. It is a fraud upon the people designed to enrich a very few people while consigning the 99% to debt serfdom. Nothing will change until debt-money is eliminated as a monetary system… nothing.

  • John Shilo

    My family and I read all the latest we can find on Snowden. We earnestly hope only the best for him and want him to be safe.

    We also are very interested to read about the murder of fearless reporter Michale Hastings. Such a HUGE loss and it’s just swept under the rug.

  • Gorak

    While I was watching the documentary “Five Broken Cameras,” it occurred to me that what is going on in Palestine is not some religious or ethnic conflict, but rather the displacement of self-sufficient landowners by economically dependent renters. The renters seemed to have been duped into believing that instead of being fleeced for quick cash and left in an uneasy situation, they are superior to the land-owning natives and therefore entitled to their property.

    I’m willing to bet that a relatively small group of people are making an obscene fortune off of the displacement of the Palestinians, a group that could give a rip about Judaism or Zionism. In fact, I doubt ideology or any ethical or moral considerations enter at all into their thinking.

    I’d be interested to know if my suspicions are correct and if so, who might be getting rich off of not just the Palestinians but the settlers as well. It might be surprising.

  • Guest

    The most important thing you can cover are summaries/links to newer data on 9/11. Once a critical mass of people realize they have been scammed, they will know there has been no need for the multi-trillion war on terror. This “war” has been the causal factor for the destruction of our Constitution and, in time, the likely cause of WW III.

    -Next to no other news organization will cover it
    -Next to no politicians will discuss reopening the investigation using scientific evidence
    -Scientific evidence can prove that the real cause is NOT conspiracy THEORY.

    Scholarly research on what rally happened on 9/11 is readily available. Over 2,000 architects and engineers have done the research over a number of years to prove that the official explanation is absurd. AE911truth.org will provide scientific documentation you need. This group will have a massive advertising program this fall that will inform people that Building 7 collapsed at free-fall speed without being hit by a plane. When enough people realize that this was the case it will result in a massive outcry for a real investigation to find out who was responsible so we can restore out basic liberties.

    You have recently provided some very insightful articles by Andrew Gavin Marshall. Why not start out with a segue by providing a link to his even more insightful article on 9/11: Andrew Gavin Marshall- 9-11 and America’s Secret Terror Campaign?

  • USA_objector

    A few posters have suggested that your articles are too long and should be shortened to 3 paragraphs. Please not. You and Glenn Greenwald can take all the space you want and we’ll read all the way through to the end. Also, you’re a hyperlink superstar with your “see this and this and this” string of related links. I contributed to your fundraiser a few months back and intend on making a follow up donation. Reader supported journalism is the wave of the future.