Archive for April, 2005
You mean they are “mandatory” now? In what sense?
Even worse than this photo of Bush holding hands in solidarity with a Saudi Prince comes the pic of Bush in solidarity with:
Today, I got the news that a great man passed away on Sunday. Detroit-area talk show host Mark Scott was anti-mob (anti-democracy) and pro-liberty, and he was a libertarian, Randian, individualist, revisionist, secessionist, anti-PC’er, and a radical for freedom. I did his talk show and couldn’t have been more happy to be on the air [...]
From Dictionary.com: PRIVATE: Secluded from the sight, presence, or intrusion of others. Designed or intended for one’s exclusive use. Of or confined to the individual; personal. Undertaken on an individual basis. Not available for public use, control, or participation. Belonging to a particular person or persons, as opposed to the public or the government: private [...]
The following is not a misprint: The House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Economic Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Cybersecurity on Wednesday voted unanimously in favor of H.R. 285, the Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of 2005. This means we will have a more powerful cybersecurity czar within the national cybersecurity office within the Homeland [...]
As I’ve pointed out in the past, the Great Anti-Trust build-up against Wal-Mart is likely in the works. Unless, of course, the Feds can come up with a something else that can prove to be more devastating. So now, the Feds want to nab Wal-Mart for spending its money the way it wishes to spend [...]
Are common citizenry, such as those subjected to the dictates of the coercive and theft-ridden State, also subject to Catholic teaching? Just a tidbit from this progressive “Catholic” writer: Among Ratzinger’s most notorious acts was the public humiliation of Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen, whose diocese authority on doctrinal matters the Vatican temporarily took from him, [...]
In perhaps his most heroic deed ever: deserting the Nazi war machine.
Remember when this guy once thought this? Those were the good, old days.
Freedom is all fine and dandy and desirable, ‘cept democracy isn’t a harbinger of such. Rummel’s heroic Death By Government has been superceded by his post-9/11 hailing of The Great Empire, as Lew Rockwell once pointed out. Shame that Rummel went to the dark side.