Join the largest U.S. veteran-led civil resistance to war December 16.
Rally at Lafayette Park, Washington, D.C., at 10 am
March to the White House for civil resistance actionRead more »
The Brandywine Peace Community held a protest on November 27, 2010 at the defense contractor, Lockheed Martin, property in King of Prussia, PA, outside of Philadelphia. About ten protesters attended.
This libertarian had some good conversations with the other protesters who were of varying left wing ideologies. They were quite open to the idea of working with libertarians and anti-war conservatives for peace.Read more »
"They’re Democrats here!". That’s what a man said when he saw me standing on the anti war side of the street. This was last Saturday in West Chester, PA where there are pro war and anti war factions demonstrating opposite each other each weekend. What got him started was seeing me holding up my Gadsden flag and a sign that reads "End the Fed - End the Wars"Read more »
A truly inclusive antiwar movement would incorporate diverse points of viewRead more »
The pro war side seems to have forgotten about liberty. Not one of their signs mentions it and certainly Israel is no shining example of it. They're all about victory and supporting the government, not a view the Founders would have sharedRead more »
"Why are you wearing that flag here?", a confused young man asked about my choice of capes last Saturday at the peace rally in Philadelphia. Since the crowd was basically left, lefter, and far left they seemed only to associate the Gadsden flag with neocon TEA Partiers. So why was this antiwar libertarian wearing it?Read more »
I've been trying to keep my politics under wraps at work because the paper where I work is quite leftist, but they found out last week just as we were getting ready to do our election endorsements. People were shocked at first, but now they are cool with it. Today they even asked me to do a blog post on what I believe and how I disagree with what we endorsed.
The comments are pure gold. Never have I seen so many statists so threatened by the ideas of non-violence and consent. Never have I seen so many people resort to the stupid "you'll grow out of it" argument against voluntaryism.Read more »
Imagine living next to a prison guard and his equally controlling ex military wife. Now imagine they hate you and know things like, who to complain to and how to; run your history; make the system work; get away with bad things and keep it legal. Like mowing, or reving up a motorbike each day on the property line, or letting your dogs bark a few feet from the property line for hours. I put a jobsite trailer in the backyard. Been there little over a year now, all the while bureaucrat after bureaucrat on my butt, lots of drama. If you'd like to see a nut-job wife of a prison guard going nuts..Read more »
How do we change this trend of institutionalized aggression? I agree that the enemy, in the end, is the State. The State, after all, is the only agent that has a vested interest in institutionalized violence and suspicion and aggression. But so we combat that with hatred and rage? No.
We combat it with peace, with love, and with overwhelming charity.Read more »
In January of this year Arizona began considering the shut-down a state-wide traffic cam program. This is because there was wide-spread non-compliance. Many, many citizens of Arizona simply refused to pay the tickets that came in the mail.
Now the verdict is in. They shut it down. The citizens won -- not by fighting the state, but by ignoring the state.Read more »
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