I get so tired of people asking me whether I've gotten my flu shot when I'm puking. That's gastroenteritis, people!Read more »
Legislation is our knee jerk response to every "problem" we have as a society.Read more »
My take on the discussion about compulsory participation in clinical trials for vaccines. What a terrible idea!Read more »
Rand Paul Detained By TSA!
On his way to speak at the national Right To Life March in DC Rand Paul has been detained by TSA. This is all I have so far from Rand Paul's Facebook page. "Senator Paul is being detained at Nashville Airport by the TSA. We will update you as the situation develops."
A few examples of how the state thinks they own your kids, with a small example from the recent news of a mother who allowed her son to get a tattoo and was arrested.Read more »
A new story about schools tracking overweight kids. This includes everything from their sleeping habits to their heart rates and activity levels...sometimes without parental consent.Read more »
Let freedom ring: Prostitutes say they’re “pimping for Paul”
Posted on January 16, 2012 at 6:08 pm by Richard Dunham in Adultery,Paul likes to remind his supporters that freedom isn’t free.
Neither is the Moonlite Bunny Ranch.
But if you stop by the Nevada brothel, you can get a discount.
If you support Ron Paul for president.
The Bunny Ranch is offering a January special in honor of the Texas congressman: two bunnies for the price of one. The catch: You have to say, “I’m pimping for Paul.”Read more »
From the 5th Amendment to the Bill of Rights "...nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself..."
...in an extraordinarily rare move, prosecutors in Denver are seeking a court order forcing Fricosu to unlock the computer so that they can obtain files they would use to try to convict her and her ex-husband.Read more »
Fiction Writer Holly Lisle presents an argument that taxes are a form of slavery. Much to the consternation of socialist commentators.Read more »
Book interview provides a history of 'human rights'. Who made up the definitive list, who is the keeper of the list, where does the concept come from?
You will be surprised to know that the concept of 'human rights' is a very young one, what started in the 1970's and re-emerged in the 1990's has deep historical, religious and legal roots. Samuel also weighs in on current events in North Africa and Europe from his perspective as a historian.Read more »
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