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the republic is dead

April 15, 2014
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the republic is dead

Oligarchy, not democracy: Americans have ‘near-zero’ input on policy   The first-ever scientific study that analyzes whether the US is a democracy, rather than an oligarchy, found the majority of the American public has a “minuscule, near-zero, statistically non-significant impact upon public policy” compared to the wealthy. The study, due out in the Fall 2014…

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Bundy Ranch: round 1 to the good guys

April 13, 2014
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Bundy Ranch: round 1 to the good guys

We won round 1. These people dropped everything, drove to an obscure ranch in Nevada and were told over BLM loudspeakers, Go away. We will shoot you. We will kill you. They stayed. They approached the line. They crossed the line. What kind of people are these? The kind I want in my community, that’s…

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confronting evil in Nevada

April 11, 2014
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confronting evil in Nevada

Thanks again to the Internet. They have to kill the free flow of information before they can rule us. That is very apparent as the battle unfolds in Nevada. Their media monopoly is searching for a black box for two weeks, covering the Boston Marathon bombing from over a year ago, celebrity-watching … Meanwhile, The…

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showtime approaches

April 10, 2014
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showtime approaches

Government VS the people in Palestine, Syria, Afghanistan, Greece, Spain, Argentina, Kiev, Connecticut, New York, Chicago … Crowds of thousands, ten-thousands, hundred-thousands are stopping everything else in their meager, hard-scrabble lives to protest en-mass the rape of their societies by government and the ruling elite who employ pseudo-legal tactics to GET IT ALL. In the…

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Utah is good example once again

April 5, 2014
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Utah is good example once again

Utah Governor Signs Bill to Restrict Drone Use This week, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed a bill into law that places strict limits on the use of drones by law enforcement. Known as the “Government Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Act,” SB167 states that “a law enforcement agency may not obtain, receive, or use data…

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gone rogue (again)

March 17, 2014
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gone rogue (again)

ATF Raids Gun Store, Seizes Client List to Target Gun Owners! Dear Conservative, As the push for gun control consumed Washington, D.C. last year, Second Amendment supporters warned that the Left’s end-goal was a complete registry of Americans’ firearms. Whether you like it or not, that’s what “universal background checks” are: every time a weapon…

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is privacy good for us too

March 14, 2014
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is privacy good for us too

ACTION ITEM: Do you agree with Senator Feinstein? I sent Congress a letter using Downsize DC’s campaign to “Deny Consent to “government” criminality.“ I urge you to do the same. You may copy or edit my comments… We’ve recently learned… * The CIA hacked Senate computers and interfered with an investigation of its criminal kidnapping…

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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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standing up from the bench

March 8, 2014
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standing up from the bench

After decades of packing the benches with judges who Go Along with the administrations in power, having one slam them down on something this important is a wonderfully pleasant surprise. It is actually a bit courageous on the part of judge Kathleen Forrest. This certainly will not do her career any good, and carries some…

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Prohibition, Marijuana and the Loss of Elite Control

March 2, 2014
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Prohibition, Marijuana and the Loss of Elite Control

Mark Thornton Mark Thornton on Prohibition, Marijuana and the Loss of Elite Control With Anthony Wile – March 02, 2014 The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Mark Thornton Introduction: Mark Thornton is Senior Fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. He serves as the Book Review Editor of the Quarterly…

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pushback getting warmer

March 1, 2014
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pushback getting warmer

The rulers in Connecticut have gone too far. People are going to die. People are going to fight. The suit-n-tie gang in the state capitol, who have always felt invulnerable may lose that feeling. The article below is excellent – well written, straight and strong. I give you a quote from it: You, in the…

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on the list

February 28, 2014
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on the list

Many of us know we are on a list, or a number of them. Count me in that group. Claire Wolfe categorizes us as ghosts, moles and activists. It is that latter group that makes it on most lists. Sadly for the rest of you’se guys, you can land on destructive and deadly lists even…

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Yawn. Another Big Drug Bust

February 25, 2014
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by Jacob G. Hornberger U.S. officials and the mainstream press are going gaga over the latest drug kingpin to go down. This one’s name is Joaquin Guzman Loera, aka El Chapo, described by the New York Times in a front-page story today as “the world’s most wanted man – the chief executive of what experts…

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Badged Serial Killers

February 25, 2014
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Badged Serial Killers

The Growing Murder Culture of Cops (Part III) by Bill Buppert Women have been ravaged and brutalized by cops in much the same way as children and others who tend to be less strong than men. They have been beat, tased, sexually assaulted, caged and maimed and killed in increasing numbers as the police ramp…

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police state USA

February 23, 2014
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police state USA

The paramilitary equipment, paramilitary training, psuedo-military machismo, US vs Them mentality, focus on “officer safety”, special-weapons-and-tactics teams, no-knock team assaults and more along those lines have destroyed The Peace Officer and given us a violent oppressing force in its stead. I see it constantly, but you probably have other news sources. I assembled some examples…

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Kiev: praetorian guards VS the people

February 21, 2014
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Kiev: praetorian guards VS the people

I am not concerning myself a whole lot with which side is right in Ukraine. I cannot know. I do know the Bilderberg / New World Order gang is actively fomenting alignment with their EU faction. I suspect the revolt couldn’t have happened if the Ukraine administration wasn’t corrupt and ugly. I wish them luck…

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Tenth Amendment answers

February 21, 2014
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NSA spying may look like an unstoppable freight train barreling down on you, but appropriate use of state sovereignty is firing up to stop it cold. The Tenth Amendment Center works with the Constitution and USofA law as it was intended and designed to function. Their efforts and successes offer some real hope for peaceful…

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peace president fuels riots

February 21, 2014
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peace president fuels riots

Make no mistake, the talk from Obama, Kerry and the supposed “diplomats” waving the USofA flag is being backed up by covert action. They have continued to make it perfectly clear that Ukraine is, in their global plan, to be part of the EU. Trading Russia’s natural gas for Ukraine’s strong agriculture and other agreeable…

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good news, kind-of

February 18, 2014
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6 Anti-NSA Technological innovations that May Just Change the World Posted by S.C.G. February 12, 2014 Rather than grovel and beg for the U.S. government to respect our privacy, these innovators have taken matters into their own hands, and their work may change the playing field completely. People used to assume that the United States…

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can we finally be through with this bs?

February 14, 2014
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can we finally be through with this bs?

Italy overturns ‘absurd’ drug law equating marijuana and hard drugs Italy’s constitutional court has overturned a controversial law equating cannabis with cocaine and heroin. The decision could see around 10,000 people released from the country’s overburdened jails. The court ruled the law was “illegitimate,” without elaborating further. The law, passed by former Prime Minister Silvio…

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go Utah

February 12, 2014
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go Utah

BREAKING: Utah legislators move to kill NSA data center State Legislators Meet Inside Utah State House SALT LAKE CITY, February 12, 2014–Can Utah shut down the new NSA data center by turning off the water? A new bill introduced by state Rep. Marc Roberts seeks to do just that. The legislation drafted by a transpartisan…

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Rats!

February 9, 2014
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Rats!

Claire Wolfe, an acquaintance of mine, wrote this book. I got a preliminary copy and sent some tiny suggestions that she welcomed. I have not yet read the finished book, but surprising me, she is simply GIVING IT AWAY. Here is a bit more about it and several ways to get your own free copy.…

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Hail Caesar

February 2, 2014
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The Executive can and should issue orders to operate the executive branch of the USofA government. However, THAT is the limit of the power they carry. He cannot legally, Constitutionally, in accordance with the limits of his mandate use executive orders to make law…. That is, unless the people allow it, and accept them. Illegal…

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1 round for the bad guys

January 30, 2014
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1 round for the bad guys

Idaho Lawmaker Smeared as “Rapist” For Standing Up Against Federal Gun Grab? An incredible story is developing in Idaho. It is a story of corruption, back room deals, huge amounts of taxpayer money hidden away from public view, a 41-year-old rape case just coming to light, and the character assassination of a State Representative who…

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Constitutional sheriff

January 30, 2014
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The Sheriff was the highest law of the land prior to the Constitution. That position was deliberately unchanged by the Constitution. The sheriff is close enough to the people to be within their control. There is NO state or federal agency that can lawfully over-ride that. The framers of the Constitution thoughtfully put this in…

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