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By Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell

There’s the liberty of knowledge Act, after which there’s Ventura’s way.
The authentic spin on various executive courses is flat-out bullshit, in keeping with Jesse Ventura. during this terrific choice of real executive records, Ventura, the last word non- partisan truth-seeker, proves it past any doubt. He and Dick Russell stroll readers via sixty three of the main incriminating courses to bare what rather occurs in the back of the closed doorways. In addition to delivering unique executive information, Ventura discusses what it fairly skill and the way ordinary american citizens can cease felony habit on the most sensible degrees of presidency and within the media. between the situations mentioned:

     • The CIA’s top-secret software to regulate human habit
     • Operation Northwoods—the army plan to hijack airplanes and blame it on Cuban terrorists
     • the invention of a mystery Afghan archive—information that by no means left the boardroom
     • probably lethal healthcare cover-ups, together with a dengue fever outbreak
     • What the dep. of protection understands approximately our nutrition supply—but is holding mum

even though those files are actually within the public area, the powers that be may simply as quickly they remain less than wraps. Ventura’s study and observation sheds new gentle on what they’re now not telling you—and why it issues.

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S. Congress, House, 18721873, p. 1). The bill was defeated despite support by the President, and Congressional reports that documented excessive rates, inefficient service, and problems with monopoly concentration in the American telegraph industry. Amos Kendall was also an early advocate of government support of railroad transportation of mail and he used this speech in 1836 to convince Congress to declare all railroads as post roads: It [railroad] will give unprecedented activity to commercial transac- tions between the North and South.

Congress, House, 1845, p. 1). Stockton and Stokes controlled mail service from Philadelphia to New York City, Baltimore to Washington, DC, and other major routes. S. Government, Executive Document, 1838, p. 50). Like many carriers, Stockton and Stokes regularly carried first class mail at lower rates than the post office and reported only a fraction of their mail business to the postmasters with whom they had contracted. Stockton and Stokes took Amos Kendall to court and forced his resignation as PMG in May 1840.

Neoinstitutionalists have been criticized for ignoring political conflict over institutional goals and myths (Powell & DiMaggio, 1991). Friedland and Alford (1991, p. 232) have recently conceptualized institutions as both patterns of activity through which individuals conduct their material life and as symbolic systems through which they categorize that activity and infuse it with meaning. They also maintain that organizaBarthes has a useful theory of how myths are created. Facts, objects, and material relations can be defined as signifiers, or tokens of some signified concept.

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