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The Day Before

July 19, 2014
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Studying history with knowledge of the elite banking families in mind; with an understanding of the role The Bilderberg Group plays in it, and watching events unfold from sources outside their mainstream media leads prudent people to preparation for dramatic change in our world. That is commonly known as TEOTWAWKI – the end of the…

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Edward Snowden

July 10, 2014
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Edward Snowden

Snowden Speaks: A Vanity Fair Exclusive By Vanity Fair Photo Illustration by Sean McCabe. “Every person remembers some moment in their life where they witnessed some injustice, big or small, and looked away, because the consequences of intervening seemed too intimidating,” former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden tells Vanity Fair about his motivation for…

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flags of independence

July 3, 2014
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flags of independence

What could be more American than Fourth Of July? We explode fantastic quantities of Chinese fireworks, wave modern made-in-China 50-state American flags heat tubular mystery meat over smoldering hydrocarbon briquettes, slather GMO tomato paste on fluff buns, wash it down with beer-like liquids and admire the politicians as they remind us we live in a…

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July 4th

July 1, 2014
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July 4th

Celebrate Independence Day By Opposing Government Tyranny By Ron Paul on June 30, 2014 in Civil Liberties, National Blog This week Americans will enjoy Independence Day with family cookouts and fireworks. Flags will be displayed in abundance. Sadly, however, what should be a celebration of the courage of those who risked so much to oppose…

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wonky eyes

June 30, 2014
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wonky eyes

The problem with thinking for yourself, questioning everything and taking no pronouncements at face value is that what may seem innocuous often triggers offense. Small paragraphs can explode into whole pages. Take this simple headline story, for example: —————————— The new American tax dictate FATCA comes into force Americans avoiding US taxes and stashing cash…

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immigrant flooding

June 28, 2014
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In a discussion at The Mental Militia forum, one topic touched on “the immigration problem”. A fellow participant made the following comment, which in my opinion, covered a lot of the truth of the matter. I see a threat, but not from the immigrants. The immigrants come here because the US government has set up…

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poor folks

June 27, 2014
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poor folks

Though she now regrets saying it, Hitlary was trying to build empathy by telling her fans that the Clintons “were basically broke” when they left the White House. Poor things. Got a $80 million dollar house in New York City, secret service servants, senate seat, speaking bribes fees … after walking out of the White…

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snap decisions

June 11, 2014
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snap decisions

Much like what is going on at a global and national level, this Saint Louis family faced unpleasant, ugly, potentially fatal choices. The criminals wanted protection from those who would defend themselves. A gun to the daughter’s head seemed like it would suffice. The defenders had to guess intentions and probable results on-the-fly, but it…

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conspiracy theories

June 10, 2014
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conspiracy theories

Why NOT Believing In Conspiracies Is A Sure Sign Of Mental Retardation Monday, 19 May 2014 06:37 Mike Adams This article was written by Mike Adams and originally published at Natural News The phrase “conspiracy theorist” is a derogatory smear phrase thrown at someone in an attempt to paint them as a lunatic. It’s a…

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solitaire as directed

June 3, 2014
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solitaire as directed

In setting up a new-to-her Linux-opsys computer, I installed solitaire games as requested. Function testing with spectators inspired “Move the Queen over to the King” – at which point I shut the game down, having completed the function test. I cannot imagine playing a game of solitaire under direction or close supervision. Which makes me…

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bully good show

May 24, 2014
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I tripped over a good bully story. It is much better to hear Ronda tell it. She is a good story teller and this is a great story. I strongly recommend this IJR Flash video clip over the abbreviated text of the story at the bottom of the page. Keep in mind, that she competes,…

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reality theorist

May 22, 2014
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reality theorist

Why NOT Believing In Conspiracies Is A Sure Sign Of Mental Retardation Monday, 19 May 2014 06:37 Mike Adams This article was written by Mike Adams and originally published at Natural News The phrase “conspiracy theorist” is a derogatory smear phrase thrown at someone in an attempt to paint them as a lunatic. It’s a…

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how deep our troubles

May 21, 2014
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how deep our troubles

QUOTE OF THE CENTURY, MAYBE EVEN THE MILLENNIUM Some people have the vocabulary to sum up things in a way you can understand them. This quote came from the Czech Republic . Someone over there has it figured out. We have a lot of work to do. “The danger to America is not Barack Obama…

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prostitution in DC

April 15, 2014
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prostitution in DC

Prostitution is the most lucrative business in the District of Criminals. I do not use that word arbitrarily. pros-ti-tute 3. a person who willingly uses his talent or ability in a base and unworthy way, usually for money 4. to sell or offer oneself as a prostitute This comes into the forefront of my mind…

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314 million Non-Preppers in USofA

April 12, 2014
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314 million Non-Preppers in USofA

16 Signs That Most Americans Are NOT PREPARED For The Coming Economic Collapse Posted by: Daisy Luther | on April 9, 2014   by Michael Snyder Originally Published at The Economic Collapse Blog Sometimes I think that I sound like a broken record.  I am constantly using phrases such as “get prepared while you still…

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mean libertarians

April 8, 2014
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mean libertarians

Top 10 Reasons Libertarians Aren’t Nice To You by Christopher Cantwell People often complain about libertarians being rude and obnoxious. It’s not nearly as widespread a problem as some would make it out to be, and contrary to popular belief, this did not begin with me. To the extent that it does exist, I have…

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steering from the passenger’s seat

March 24, 2014
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steering from the passenger’s seat

In pool it is called “English” when you impart spin by striking the cue ball off center. With proper use of English, a pool player can make the cue ball impart spin to the ball it strikes, successfully making shots, sinking balls in ways that appear magical. English can position the cue ball ‘just so’,…

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winding up sex day

March 21, 2014
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My morning news digest struck me that there were quite a few articles about sexual relations. I wrote about how talking about this very normal activity gives polite society the Hebe-jeebies. See sex taboo. Later that same day, an e-mail arrived with the following list of sex crimes. It fit in too well with this…

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sex taboo

March 21, 2014
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We cannot talk about sex in polite company. Rulers and law makers throughout history, around the world, including here and now, prohibit all sorts of sexual conduct among the non-politically-connected in their typical “Do as we say; not as we do” fashion. There are special forces in most large police agencies devoted to sex –…

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free

March 18, 2014
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free

Modern Newspeak* has perverted the word free into its antonym. Considering what “free” really means, I wholeheartedly agree with those who adore free education, free food, free healthcare and all other forms of a free lunch. To them I say, “TANSTAAFL“. FREE – Synonyms autonomous, freestanding, independent, self-governed, self-governing, self-ruling, separate, sovereign Related Words freeborn;…

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outside, looking in

March 12, 2014
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outside, looking in

Man’s strength is in numbers. He is not designed as a solitary predator with great individual territorial requirements, but a thinking, cooperating, team, tribe and community being. Anti social, sociopathic behavior endangers the group and, thus, is rejected of necessity by a healthy band. But just as conforming masses are crucial to the group’s well…

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15 Things You Didn’t Know About Coffee

March 11, 2014
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15 Things You Didn’t Know About Coffee

The Huffington Post  | by  Todd Van Luling “Even bad coffee is better than no coffee at all.” – David Lynch Have you ever swam in a pool of coffee? Have you ever thought about using the saucer to slurp? If not, you really need to coffree your mind. You very well may drink a cup…

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The Nuremberg Principle

March 10, 2014
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from Zero Aggression Project It applies to crimes large and small The Nuremberg Trials established that . . . Legislation is not the same as law Legislation must be moral to be lawful “Government” actions that violate moral rules are criminal This applies not only to the large crimes committed by villains like the Nazis,…

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What is the Good Life?

March 6, 2014
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What is the Good Life?

Editorial By Wendy McElroy Every person has a different answer. Nevertheless, there are basic guidelines or advice that I believe benefits anyone looking for “the good life.” Certainly they benefited me decades ago when I needed a door through which to exit the endurance contest that had become my existence. Some of them are presented…

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life in the clouds

February 28, 2014
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life in the clouds

Driving into town I was impressed that thick snow slop on the road was pulling our Subaru every which-away. The 45mph I felt safe was apparently identical to what the snowplow a quarter mile back was doing. I took a side road, hung a U-turn, then pulled onto the highway behind the plow. AH YES,…

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