I really don’t want to make peevishness my theme for this newsletter. But I can’t help feeling both peevish and cynically amused at the huffing and puffing about “lines in the sand” by self-labeled “patriot” types in response to the latest gun-control threats.Read more »
This episode of the Survival Podcast by Jack Spirko is an interesting example and I think a great idea of how to start a self sustaining community. It also could be the basis for a government-less society?? Perhaps a discussion/debate on the topic would prove enlightening.Read more »
An upcoming auction(12-18-2012)consisting of many extraordinary documents from science, literature and including American History! I am bringing this to the attention of our fellow listeners because maybe these American Historical documents should be in the hands of liberty minded individuals, collectors, or maybe an organization? If I had the capital I would bid on them myself. I am not affiliated with Profiles In History.Read more »
Proposed law scheduled for a vote next week originally increased Americans' e-mail privacy. Then law enforcement complained. Now it increases government access to e-mail and other digital files.Read more »
Magistrate Judge Suzanne H. Segal ordered Nakoula detained, citing a “lengthy pattern of deception” by the man, adding that he poses “some danger to the community.” Nakoula could face up to three years behind bars....
Dugdale said there is evidence Nakoula’s role in making “Innocence of Muslims” was “much more expansive” than penning the script. Prosecutors said Nakoula could face new criminal charges for lying to federal officials.Read more »
This story involves 2 of my great passions. The pursuit of liberty and craft beer! The state (New Hampshire in this case) is barring sale of Founders Breakfast Stout because the label shows a baby eating it's oatmeal... an obvious reference to this being an oatmeal stout.Read more »
I myself am a patriot and love the ideas our founding fathers set in motion but just to be clear, I do not think this cartoon respects your heart nor your freedom when it depicts a person being chastised for exercising a right even if that right is unpopular. The rights of our country protect the minority from being beaten down from the majority because of what they may believe.Read more »
CU-Boulder students arrested on 4/20 to fight charges on First Amendment grounds. Peacefully exercising their right to assemble, and freedom of speech on the grass of their own public university; these three honest students were taken to county jail. The students pleaded not guilty, and plan to file motion to dismiss. It may, and will go to a jury trial if need be.Read more »
He was known as George Blackburn for most of his life, but after his divorce last fall he wanted to start life over. So Blackburn changed his name to Led Zeppelin II.Read more »
A revealing, and disturbing account of the unprecedented actions taken by the University of Colorado at Boulder administration, on 4/20 2012; containing actual footage through the perspective of a student who filmed his day, and ultimately was arrested with two other students for peacefully standing on the grass in front of their public university's library. The charges: TRESPASSING.Read more »
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