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Jason Lewis Goes Galt; Quits Halfway Through Show on Air

Saturday, August 2nd, 2014

Over the past week, talk show host Jason Lewis has been letting on that something big was going to happen on his show. July 31, 2014 he dubbed “Judgement Day.” Being an avid listener of his, I thought it probably had something to do with his political activism site Galt.io* and probably something to do [...]

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Recovered From the Memory Hole: Bush Admin. Agrees to Date for Withdrawal from Iraq

Friday, June 20th, 2014

As the carnage escalates in Iraq, American partisans are pointing fingers and making assertions as to “who lost Iraq.” The neo-cons say that Obama lost Iraq because he pulled the troops out prematurely. Those who opposed the war from the beginning say Iraq is Bush’s mess (something this author mostly agrees with). While these debates [...]

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Armed Customer Kills Armed Robber; Family of Robber May File Lawsuit

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

In January of 2012, two armed thugs entered a Waffle House in Chesnee, SC. One thing these thugs didn’t account for: the possibility that one or more of the customers might be carrying a concealed handgun. One customer by the name of Justin Harrison saw his opening to act and fired several shots at one [...]

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One Out of 25 Prisoners on Death Row is Innocent

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Benjamin Franklin once argued: “It is better 100 guilty persons should escape than that one innocent person should suffer.” The purpose of courts as drafted in the Constitution was to minimize the occurrences innocent people from “suffering” via an adversarial system in which the accused is considered innocent until proven guilty to a jury of [...]

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Jewish Registration: Truth or Anti-Russian Propaganda?

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

It seems that the world is yet another step closer to World War III as reports have circulated the globe that Eastern Ukrainians loyal to Russia are now requiring Jews to register and pay a special tax. Even Secretary of State John Kerry has made pronouncements condemning these actions. But what if this registration story [...]

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Galt.io set for April 15th “Soft” Launch

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Jason Lewis et al have just announced that the first phase of Galt.io will be launched on April 15th (for those who are unfamiliar with Galt.io, here is some background). Galt.io will be soft launched April 15. Soft launch means we will be rolling out the system to select members and groups to test functionality, [...]

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Facts Are Stubborn Things, Mr. Reid

Monday, March 31st, 2014

Every individual who has told the press that they have had a bad experience with ObamaCare is either lying or are too stupid to know how to use the Internet. This is the latest line by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), anyway. Perhaps it’s these kinds of accusations that gave one Colorado woman the [...]

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Isn’t it Ironic: Government Surveillance Version (with Remy)

Friday, March 21st, 2014
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Deny/Disrupt/Degrade/Deceive

Monday, March 10th, 2014

Last week at United Liberty, Alice Salles posted a very disturbing article about the NSA and GCHQ intercepting and storing webcam images from supposedly private web chats. Between 3 to 11 percent of these images contain sexually explicit content. What would the NSA and GCHQ possibly want with these images apart from a few individual [...]

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LAPD Officers Fire Shots at Innocent People; Taxpayers Punished

Monday, February 24th, 2014

Remember the LAPD shooting incident that occurred during their manhunt for Christopher Dorner just over one year ago? The one in which eight LAPD officers fired 103 shots into a vehicle that kinda sorta looked like the one Dorner was believed to be driving but turned out to be two women delivering newspapers without making [...]

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Liberty Rock: “Spike in My Veins” by Korn

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

This is a great, important, video. I hope you will enjoy this. I have some additional thoughts about this video and this subject posted here. We are the ones taking all the pain Falling on our faces They don’t care anyway Anyway, now You’re the one that makes me feel like I’m alive You’re the [...]

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Love Objectively

Friday, February 14th, 2014

At most every wedding I have ever attended, 1 Corinthians 13:5 is the selected Bible verse: “Love is not rude, is not selfish…” This overly used quotation notwithstanding, the Objectivist’s view of love is that love necessarily is selfish. Gary Hull explains: Imagine a Valentine’s Day card which takes this premise seriously. Imagine receiving a [...]

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BOOK REVIEW: The United States of Paranoia

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

Conspiracy theories are only believed by people on the fringe of American politics? Not so says Reason’s Jesse Walker in his latest book: The United States of Paranoia: A Conspiracy Theory. Walker argues quite the opposite in his opening chapter: “The Paranoid Style is American Politics”: By the time this book is over, I should [...]

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Ron Paul: Bitcoin Skeptic

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

The virtual currency known as Bitcoin is beginning to become accepted by more and more businesses even beyond underground websites such as the recently shuttered Silkroad. Overstock.com is among the more ‘mainstream’ internet retailers to accept Bitcoin (Overstock.com sold $126k in merchandise in Bitcoin the first day of Bitcoin sales) and a few Las Vegas [...]

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Quote of the Day: MLK Day Edition

Monday, January 20th, 2014

(Re-post) Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech is unquestionably one of the most famous speeches in American history. In listening to the speech today, I found the following passages that aren’t as often quoted to be some of the most powerful lines in the speech. In a sense we have come to [...]

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The First of Many “Outrages” of 2014

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

I’m not much of a fan of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie but I find the faux outrage by the Left about the George Washington Bridge closing* absolutely nauseating. Louis DeBroux over at United Liberty almost completely matches my attitude about how the Left and the MSM (but I repeat myself) are handling this scandal. [...]

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ACLJ Threatens Lawsuit Against Public School that Supports Muslim Missionary/Charity Efforts

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

The following, unbelievable story is happening in America of all places! DEARBORN, MI This past fall, Emily Sanders enrolled her son Adam into Haigh Elementary School in Dearborn. Emily a devout Evangelical Christian is a single mom trying to make ends meet and faces additional challenges as a minority in a majority Muslim community. “I [...]

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Open Thread Question of the Day: Now that ObamaCare is Here, What Are You Going to Do About Your Own Healthcare?

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Like it or not, ObamaCare is here. Much has been written about the overall chaos this law will have on employment, the cost of healthcare, and the economy overall. What I am interested in, however; is what are you as an individual going to do regarding your own healthcare choices? Are you going to stay [...]

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Joh Stewart: Groundhog Deja Clusterf@#k

Friday, September 6th, 2013

Nothing to say here other than enjoy!

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Declassified: CIA Aided Iraq’s Chemical Weapon Attacks on Iran

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

Bashar al-Assad has allegedly crossed what President Obama called a “red line” using chemical weapons against up to 1,000 people. The threat of chemical weapons and other WMD by such unsavory characters as Saddam Hussein was the major pretext for “preemptive” war with Iraq. President George W. Bush argued that regime change was necessary due [...]

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