Archive for November, 2009

Taser Nation

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 5:44 4 Comments

Electricity has long been used as a tool of torture. How fitting, then, that the police state has adapted it for use as a compliance tool. While reading this article in Wired on our Taser Nation, this one statement immediately caught my eye. “There is so much controversy because [the Taser] has conquered the market [...]

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Apple Rejects Congressional Bobble Head App

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 5:33 4 Comments

The iPhone developer program turned down a subversive iPhone application that contained “defamatory” caricatures of our esteemed members of Congress. Tom Richmond, a popular caricaturist, received a reject letter from Apple, and here’s a snippet: Thank you for submitting Bobble Rep – 111th Congress Edition to the App Store. We’ve reviewed Bobble Rep – 111th Congress [...]

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Come and Party: Shaffer, DeCoster, and Butler in Minneapolis

Monday, November 9, 2009 18:21 No Comments

On the weekend of November 20th, I will be in Minneapolis, along with my dear pal, Butler Shaffer, his wife Jane, and some members of his (very libertarian) family. LRC columnist Bill Butler, a local guy, will also be there to join in the festivities. We will have an event, it seems, on Sunday (the [...]

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The Giant Sucking Sound….

Monday, November 9, 2009 17:23 1 Comment

Many thanks to Garry Reed, who I got to meet in Texas, for putting together a summary of National Government Sucks Day. Texas was warm and sunny during the day, and as late afternoon rolled around, I froze! People laughed – I’m from the Great North, so shouldn’t I find 60-degree temps in Texas to [...]

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The State Doesn’t Trust its Soldiers

Monday, November 9, 2009 7:28 5 Comments

In the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Staff Sgt. Jacob Dorisca made remarks to a reporter, and here’s the reporter’s quote: Dorisca wondered whether the slayings would lead Fort Hood’s commanding general to rethink the policy of requiring soldiers to remain unarmed while on post. Only military police are allowed to carry firearms on a military base. [...]

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Friday, November 6, 2009 18:16 4 Comments
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Youths for Rockwell

Friday, November 6, 2009 18:15 1 Comment

Do you think some intelligent young people have caught on to the lies and tricks of Obamanism? Note the books shown at 1:07 of this video from the Year of Youth. Thanks to Michael Gaddy for the link.

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Another Government Agent Killing Spree

Thursday, November 5, 2009 20:20 5 Comments

The Army Major who went on a killing spree at Fort Hood killed at least twelve people and injured more than thirty at present count. And his business was tending to (and “repairing”) the mindsets of the guys who were sent overseas to kill for the state. He was a psychiatrist. The alleged shooter, Maj. [...]

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Men, Open Thy Wallet

Thursday, November 5, 2009 10:43 17 Comments

Am I the only one that gets pissed about this shit? Sportscaster Jim Nantz and his wife agreed upon a mutual divorce, after years of a no-marriage, and she walks away a millionaire. She gets $916,000 per year in child support and alimony, part of the current value of his pension, and she stays on [...]

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Obama’s War on You

Wednesday, November 4, 2009 7:01 5 Comments

If you think you can’t sell your house now, just wait until the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 becomes law. Be aware that Obama’s Tax-and-Destroy bill went through the House nicely along partisan lines. I suggest you read Sec 202 (Building Retrofit Program) and Sec. 204 (Building Energy Performance Labeling Program), especially [...]

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