Archive for July, 2011

No Trespassing

Saturday, July 30, 2011 7:40 1 Comment
This was posted under category: Photos

Civil Disobedience on a Plate

Wednesday, July 27, 2011 21:00 1 Comment

These stories circulating about culinary raves are becoming more prevalent. In fact, the New York Times did a good story back in April. Instead of the old dance-and-drug-type rave, these are raves where foodies gather to craft, sell, talk about, and share their food in underground farmer’s markets, away from all of the bureaucracy and [...]

This was posted under category: Food Totalitarianism

FDA: You Must Not Dissent From the Medical Establishment

Monday, July 25, 2011 22:55 1 Comment

The Medical Establishment is a malignant arm of the state – omnipotent, enabled by decrees, backed by propaganda, and fed by the agencies that subsist via the looting of peaceful Americans. This is an amazing, little story on I Programmer: “FDA to Scrutinize Medical Mobile Apps.” The United States Government and its terrorist arm, the [...]

This was posted under category: Medical Establishment

Joel Salatin’s New Book: “Folks, This Ain’t Normal.”

Monday, July 25, 2011 20:41 No Comments

My favorite libertarian farmer, Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms, was gracious enough to have his publisher send me an advance review copy of his new book that will be released on October 10th. I’ve checked beneath the hood, and it looks like what you would expect – classic, un-pc, irrepressible, let-it-rip Salatinism. It’s on Amazon and [...]

This was posted under category: Books

When the Sugar Police Go Marching In

Sunday, July 24, 2011 21:40 2 Comments

My newest article was published on LewRockwell.com this weekend: “When the Sugar Police Go Marching In.” I wrote this in response to Dr. Robert Lustig’s call for a massive intervention program to deter sugar use in America. I received an amazing amount of emails from some really amazing people. I spent nine hours on a [...]

This was posted under category: Food Freedom

The CDC Has Gone Hollywood

Sunday, July 24, 2011 20:22 4 Comments

Selling fear. This is the corniest thing I have ever seen. Coming to theaters just in time for flu season.

This was posted under category: A Culture of Fear

Raw Milk Unfreedom and FDA Propaganda

Sunday, July 24, 2011 17:27 2 Comments

On the raw milk front, Dairyherd.com has some interesting survey results on comparative raw milk regulations on a state-by-state basis. To summarize, thirty states allow consumers to transact with raw milk producers while twenty states prohibit that act of freedom. And don’t forget that federal laws prevent the sale of any raw milk, from anywhere, [...]

This was posted under category: Food Freedom, Food Totalitarianism

The States That Rob You the Most (and the Least)

Sunday, July 24, 2011 16:05 No Comments

This article on Yahoo Finance is hardly a surprise, but it is worth a mention here. The article lists the ten states with the highest tax burdens and the ten states with the lowest tax burdens. The highest tax states are predictable – if you follow this stuff at all, you’ll get at least 7 [...]

This was posted under category: Free-Range Life

Flying Dogs, Raging Bitches, and Banned Beer

Wednesday, July 20, 2011 22:10 7 Comments

Once upon a time, in the fall of 2009, the Flying Dog Brewery applied for a license to sell its Raging Bitch craft beer, in the state of Michigan. The Michigan Liquor Control Commission, instead, decided to forbid the sale of the beer by denying the application because the label was “detrimental to the public [...]

This was posted under category: Prohibition

FDA to Diamond Foods: “Your Walnuts Are Drugs”

Monday, July 18, 2011 19:54 1 Comment

Just recently, I posted about the Feds crashing a Kansas winery to seize the illegal contraband (“drugs”) being produced by the company: elderberry wine. Come to find out that prior to that the FDA had gone after Diamond Foods for its claims that its walnuts are good for overall health. Here is the full letter sent [...]

This was posted under category: Totalitarian Government