Welcome

April 15, 2012
Welcome

Welcome to The Cassandra Times. In the not-so-distant past, educated adults studied and were knowledgeable about the mythologies as well as histories of ancient Greece and Rome, which were the Cradle of Western Civilization. An allusion to the name “Cassandra” would evoke a quick mental reference to Greek mythology. One…

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Bordering on National Suicide

June 12, 2016
Bordering on National Suicide

              — by Polydamas The terrorist attack that claimed the lives of more than fifty Americans and injured the same number last night at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida should not have come as a surprise to anyone. According to news reports, the murderer,…

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What Really Happened in Benghazi

March 30, 2016
What Really Happened in Benghazi

— by¬†Odysseus On September 11th, 2012, The Cassandra Times reported that the Obama administration’s version of what had happened that day in Benghazi, Libya, namely, the attack on the United States consular staff and the death of Ambassador Christopher Stevens was patently nonsensical. Shortly after our announcement, other public figures…

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How to Fix America: A Few, Small Suggestions

March 8, 2016
How to Fix America: A Few, Small Suggestions

— by Odysseus For a number of years now, we here at The Cassandra Times have pointed out the many problems and cover-ups done by the power elites to undermine the United States of America as the noble¬†creation of Enlightenment-era ideals and concepts. Many — if not the majority —…

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Statism Cutting Down the Apple Tree

March 1, 2016
Statism Cutting Down the Apple Tree

                    — by Polydamas Forget what you think you know about the latest courtroom battle between the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Apple computer company about the unlocking of the Islamic San Bernardino terrorists’ iPhone. Everything you think you understand…

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Saluting Taya Kyle on Firearms

January 28, 2016
Saluting Taya Kyle on Firearms

              — by Polydamas In the olden days of the silver screen (and later television), a respectable-looking gentleman of middle age years often proudly proclaimed that he was “a tax-paying citizen” or “a law-abiding citizen” which he used to buttress his otherwise unsupportable argument…

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Making the Liberal Case Against Gun Confiscation

January 5, 2016
Making the Liberal Case Against Gun Confiscation

                    — by Polydamas We at The Cassandra Times are ardent fans of science fiction and alternative history novels. One of the science fiction authors who has greatly influenced some of our libertarian political ideas was Philip K. Dick. A number…

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