This is a special episode of my 34-minute interview with Mark Edge on Liberty Cap Talk Live at 5:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, January 4, 2012.Read more »
I like to take a slightly skewed bent on this time honored tradition. I like to look back on everything I found most revolting in the last year and brainstorm little everyday revolutionary acts that can help me keep my sanity in the year to come. Here are 10 New Year’s Revolutions for your everyday anti-Fed activist. Some of these I’ve done myself, and others I have set as goals, but they are all within reach for most peopleRead more »
If you haven't heard, the ethically questionable web host known as GoDaddy is supporting SOPA. In addition to their terrible customer service and elephant-killing CEO, GoDaddy is backing the bill that wants to cripple your internet as if it's some sort of moral obligation. That means you can't expect GoDaddy to have your back if SOPA passes. They'll just shut you down for a potential violation. (Although apparently they're already doing that.) If you didn't get around to ditching them already, there's no time like the present.Read more »
Mark Edgington can't spell worth a crap, but that doesn't mean his yard sign on Route 12 near Keene in June 2011 was incorrect. PolitiFact address the claim that Obama "has fired more cruise missiles than all other Peace Prize winners combined," and gives it a "True" on the Truth-O-Meter.Read more »
Is Obama a keynesian? The description is too short? BS!Read more »
None of this will come as any surprise to anyone that listens to FTL. Maybe this will help get the point across to non-believers.Read more »
Americans' sense that the federal government poses an immediate threat to individuals' rights and freedoms is also at a new high, 49%.
Several long-term Gallup trends at or near historical lows.
Where are these people? Almost all whom I speak to about this are mildly negative on .gov, but not at all willing to try something "radical" like freedom / Ron Paul / Gary Johnson / free market / voluntarist solutions. "too dangerous" Ha.
"Kelvin" in ColoradoRead more »
When actor Vince Vaughn telephoned Congressman Ron Paul about two and a half years ago, it was not because he was interested in becoming a political activist, although he was interested in a political issue. The Federal Reserve and its inherent problems had become of increasing concern to Vaughn, and he knew that Rep. Paul was one of the most outspoken critics of the United States’s central bank.Read more »
Ron Paul gives a brief view on a wide range of issues to the Concord Monitor editorial board. Thoughtful & interesting interview.Read more »
Johnson supporters orginiazed the first ever "money avalanche". A term coined as a spin off of the "money bomb" that Ron Paul's volunteers popularized in 2008. Unlike the one day money bomb, the Money Avalanche is a fundraiser scheduled over a period of several days and weeks that starts with small achievable goals and builds up momentum to reach large fund raising numbers.Read more »
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