The home 'the man' does not want you to build: it has no cooling bill, no heating bill, no water bill, no electricity bill, no sewer bill and a reduced food bill.
Earthships are passive-solar, high thermal mass buildings made out of earth and recycled tires. They catch rainwater and use it 3 times. They grow food in biological cells that process graywater from the sinks. They capture solar heat and use thermal mass to stabilize temperature and require no heating or cooling. They produce their own electricity using the sun and wind.Read more »
Max F. Albrecht turned an old vending machine into a Bitcoin vending machine. You feed [fiat] coins into the machine and it prints out a box with an easywallet.org link in it. Navigate to that link and you’ll see your bitcoin, which you can then send to whoever you want.Read more »
A team of LovEvolutionaries, celebrating heart conscious evolution from the seats of the Magic Love Bus...in their coast-to-coast journey to share free speech and visionary ideas.Read more »
Three former NSA officials, who were previously targeted by the federal government for leaking details about the NSA’s domestic spying program, have resurfaced to provide evidence in a lawsuit against the agency.Read more »
“If we want to start winning, we need to start making the moral case for free enterprise, and its actually pretty easy to do. The moral case has 3 key points…" "In short it was free enterprise that saved all those people. If we want more prosperity...we have to stand up for the free enterprise system. It is truly the system for good samaritans." "We have to see we are not in an economic battle for America, we’re in a moral battle.”Read more »
EDISON — It was the traffic ticket that put a despised multimillion-dollar state program in limbo. En route to a mall the day after Thanksgiving last year, Janice Bollmann was flagged by a red-light camera in Edison after getting through an intersection one-fifth of a second too late. Bollmann had no way of knowing what her routine traffic ticket would come to symbolize. "It may be the straw that broke the camel’s back," said Steve Carrellas, New Jersey representative of the National Motorists Association driving rights group, who assisted Bollmann in her case.Read more »
House Republicans leaders plan to bring Rep. Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed legislation, H.R.459, to the floor for a vote in July: "...we’ve just received word that H.R. 459, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act will receive a vote in the House this July!" Audit the Fed recently passed a cosponsor milestone with more than half the House of Representatives now publicly supporting the bill. With hundreds of thousands of petitions, emails, faxes, and phone calls pouring into Congressional offices from around the country, now is the time for Audit the Fed to become law of the land!Read more »
A father found a 47-year-old man molesting his daughter. He beat him to death. Justified?Read more »
“I would like to be able to know that my home, no matter what happens to my income or my life, is not going to be taken away from me because I can’t pay a tax,” said Susan Beehler, one in a group of North Dakotans who have pressed for an amendment to the state’s Constitution to end the property tax. They argue that the tax is unpredictable, inconsistent, counter to the concept of property ownership and needless in a state that, thanks in part to wildly successful oil drilling, finds itself in the rare circumstance of carrying budget reserves.Read more »
The Phoenix City Prosecutor’s office made a bold statement in its Motion to Dismiss 20 cases against Occupy Phoenix protesters yesterday, citing Paul Revere, the Tea Party and the constitutional right to protest. Members of The Phoenix 20 were individually represented pro bono by a troop of 17 volunteer defense attorneys. Originally 45 defendants faced charges, but 25 pled guilty to lesser charges. The cases were grouped together and involved trespassing and loitering allegations.Read more »
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