politics

the state of THE STATE

January 21, 2015
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the state of THE STATE

I am grateful to those with the intestinal fortitude to sit through the propaganda fest performance by the liar in chief. I get as much as I can stand by reading and viewing the responses. The primary lesson one should take away from this show is what the rulers have in mind to do to…

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Monsanto’s Role in Ukraine

January 20, 2015
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Monsanto’s Role in Ukraine

Will this be a takeover of Ukraine’s farmland? by Christina Sarich – from Common Dreams .org There are many facets to the conflict in Ukraine that have been overlooked by most media outlets. The role of western biotech firms is just one of them. (Image: via Natural Society) The World Bank and International Monetary Fund…

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Government is the Country’s Biggest Problem, Say Americans

January 2, 2015
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Government is the Country’s Biggest Problem, Say Americans

Independence DayGovernment (and the creatures who infest its rotten carcass) was the most important problem facing the United States in 2014, Americans tell Gallup pollsters. That’s up from being the second most serious problem in 2013, and the third-ranker in 2012. Who says the American political system is stuck? This is progress! The news that…

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Illegal Immigrant Kids cost $260k each per Year

December 30, 2014
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Illegal Immigrant Kids cost $260k each per Year

By Mark Wachtler December 29, 2014. Fort Sill, OK. (ONN) Remember this summer when tens of thousands of illegal immigrant children were streaming across America’s southern border into the US? They are still coming, at an estimated rate of 5,000 to 10,000 per month, unaccompanied and into the waiting arms of the Obama administration, the…

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Nullification Works

December 18, 2014
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Nullification Works

Congress Ends Federal Ban on Medical Marijuana Ryan McMaken from Mises Institute blog The LA Times reported on December 16: Tucked deep inside the 1,603-page federal spending measure is a provision that effectively ends the federal government’s prohibition on medical marijuana and signals a major shift in drug policy. The bill’s passage over the weekend…

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the good war

December 16, 2014
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the good war

History will be kind to me for I intend to write it. – Winston Churchill Dubya-Dubya-Too is often considered the last good war. Some of us have to look almost a century prior to find a contender for that honor. Nevertheless, Winston is highly respected by history for his “leadership during that time of crisis.”…

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inside view of Ferguson protection

December 3, 2014
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inside view of Ferguson protection

The Ferguson Conundrum Solved By Community Security   This article comes from personalliberty.com by Brandon Smith Many times in the past I have discussed the concept of what I call the “non-participation principle,” but often people misinterpret what “non-participation” really entails. Such a strategy does not mean an individual activist or group simply refuses to…

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the WHY shows up

December 1, 2014
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the WHY shows up

Yesterday I assembled information and links to a number of glaring oddities surrounding the Ferguson protests, riots, arsons and responses. Clearly USofA federal agents are doing some of the damage and a lot of the stirring up (see Ferguson, protests, looting, violence). I could figure some of their motivations, but felt I was missing something.…

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democracy vs republic

November 28, 2014
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democracy vs republic

When I publish something here particularly warranting “reference material” status, I put it over on the left column under the heading BITTERROOT BUGLE PERMANENT PAGES. The article below is one of those. Introduced here as a post, you can always find it over on the left by clicking on the sub-heading “VS Republic” under the…

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possible WHY

November 22, 2014
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possible WHY

I ended yesterday’s “blizzards of bodies and snow” pondering the Why of Emperor O’s unconstitutional action writing law by executive fiat to adopt millions of previously illegal immigrants. Today I have a solid piece of the answer. The answer, or at least this well-defined part of it is 48 years old. I attach the full…

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blizzards of bodies and snow

November 21, 2014
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blizzards of bodies and snow

With the excitement regarding Emporer O’s latest play in Las Vegas, it is easy to lose sight of the importance of this action. The online social media community is all atwitter over various obvious negative impacts of this stroke-of-the-pen amnesty for illegal aliens. I agree completely, but that is only a piece of it; the…

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busting the spoiler myth

November 16, 2014
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busting the spoiler myth

I disagree with descriptions of Libertarian election campaigns as “spoilers”. This assumes all votes Libertarian candidates attracted were taken from the potential Republican or Democrat tallies. Supposedly, they stole fiscally conservative votes from Republicans or culturally tolerant votes from Democrats. A rather obvious problem with this theory is that elected Republicans have shown no signs…

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District of Columbia Ballot Measures Results

November 5, 2014
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District of Columbia Ballot Measures Results

Winner For 69.4% 96,113 Against 30.6% 42,28 Perhaps now Washington DC will mellow out and quit killing people around the world One can dream, eh?

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incumbent advantage weakens

November 5, 2014
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incumbent advantage weakens

‘Tis Monday Morning Quarterback time for the November 4th election. The results of the House election are not complete, but the governor and senate races are. There is some good news. The incumbency advantage which is consistently over 90%, often WAY over, was under 70% this time. Strong majorities of voters in Alaska, DC, Oregon…

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conservatives VS liberals

November 3, 2014
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conservatives VS liberals

Tomorrow is the 2nd Tuesday of November. ‘Tis the season of promises … I would love to mean “promise“, but it just ain’t so. The Democrats are busy promising personal freedom, while the Republicans promise public spending restraint… and the suckers line up to vote for their favorite color of jackboot… As Henry Ford said…

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most powerful medicine

November 2, 2014
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most powerful medicine

The article below is a stunning, absolute WOW! It pulls together disparate facts I’ve been reading about, experiencing and even writing a bit about since my first ever letter to the editor, which was against Nixon’s newly announced “War On Drugs” in my late teens. Nathan Kleffman created and published an investigative look at the…

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presidential spending

October 31, 2014
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I wrote and published this September 20, 2008. People keep bringing up the grand mythology about Republicans being fiscally responsible and as often as not cite Reaganomics as some magical system that we would be fortunate to have back. I would kind-of like to update the charts, but it would be tricky as the Clinton…

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election foreplay

October 28, 2014
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election foreplay

Of the 316,128,839 people in the USofA, we are supposed to believe there are only a handful who are qualified to be President Of The US (POTUS). The media monopoly parades this handful in front of us for a couple of years while they jostle, squirm and wriggle to be near the top of the…

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double standard bearer

October 17, 2014
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double standard bearer

The pattern continues. Please make a note of this incident somewhere that will reappear ten and twenty years hence. US NAVY DISCHARGES HUNTER BIDEN FOR COCAINE USE They have proven repeatedly for 20 years that illicit drug use is no barrier whatsoever to being put in charge of continuing the war against people who use…

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50-year war against us

September 24, 2014
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50-year war against us

The Laissez Faire books website has a good anti-prohibition article, including a link to the already famous live, on-air quit by one of the TV station talking heads over their staunch opposition to legalization. That particular few minutes is among the best of television this year. Weed Should Be Legal (And Why You Should Fight…

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87% disapprove of Congress

August 23, 2014
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A poll conducted by Gallup last week shows that Congress’ approval rating has stayed near historic lows since last November, currently hovering at 13 percent. They have been horrible. Allowing the executive branch on a drunken rampage of constitutional violations, completely undermining the Constitution they swore to uphold and defend, elected by and for big-money…

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Shadowstats

August 13, 2014
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Shadowstats

The Shadow Cabinet is a feature of the Westminster system of government. It comprises a senior group of opposition spokespeople who, under the leadership of the Leader of the Opposition, form an alternative cabinet to that of the government, and whose members shadow or mark each individual member of the Cabinet. Members of a shadow…

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great news show

August 13, 2014
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Paul Craig Roberts is among the most credible sources of information and analysis available today. An economist in the Reagan Administration; researcher and analyst thereafter. He is knowledgeable, informed and connected to great sources of information. In this YouTube show, he covers the important BIG news of the day. The world we know is simultaneously…

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The Most Deceptive Word In The English Language

August 9, 2014
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The Most Deceptive Word In The English Language

  This article was written by Bob Livingston and originally published at Personal Liberty Digest This is a political and subversive word created and promoted by the establishment as a major key to formulate and channel the public mind. It has more than saturated the public conscience. Very “intellectual” people spout this word assuming that…

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math exercise

August 3, 2014
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math exercise

I’m putting together some factors. Decide for yourself what adds up and what doesn’t. For this math exercise, definitely don’t overlook what DIVIDES. That’s been one of their most important tricks… mainstream media, legislators, etcetera, continue to subdivide the peasants into black, brown, gay, gun-guys, this religion or that… on and on. Can’t have ya’ll…

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