Archive for August, 2013

95-Year Old WWII Vet Murdered By Police for Refusing Medical Attention

Thursday, August 15, 2013 21:52 2 Comments

The news anchor says, “when he was fighting the Japanese, did he ever think he would live to almost 96 only to be tased, and then shot in the guts from a beanbag round from a shotgun while he was sitting in his chair?” Police tased this feeble, old man, and when that didn’t work, [...]

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Detroit For Sale

Thursday, August 15, 2013 19:42 No Comments

Because we don’t ever delude ourselves: in spite of Detroit’s robust voluntaryist, anarcho-economy, a joke is in order. Click on ad to zoom in.

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Detroit’s Amazing Pop-Up Anarchy

Thursday, August 15, 2013 18:50 No Comments

One of the marvelous things that’s been happening in Detroit demonstrates what’s at the core of the free market: voluntary, spontaneous, pioneering markets in the form of pop-ups. While pop-ups have been popular in places like Berlin, Paris, London, and some larger American cities, Detroit has become a major hotbed of pop-ups over the last two years. [...]

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013 18:27 No Comments

The MIT Technology Review has published a super interview with Brad Feld, a partner at the Foundry Group, a venture capital firm that invests in startups. Not only is Feld excited about the opportunities for entrepreneurial adventures in Detroit, but he’s also a market anarchist at heart. Feld’s principles for growing an environment for startups centers [...]

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Ron Paul is Back

Wednesday, August 14, 2013 6:52 No Comments

Here’s a nice rundown of Ron Paul’s channel debut from Tom Mullen.

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Chicken + Waffles = Racism

Tuesday, August 13, 2013 19:36 6 Comments

This is a slightly amusing story in the Detroit media that all started when Nolan Finley, a Detroit News writer, wrote a column defending Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr’s food expense tab being picked up by what few taxpayers remain in Detroit. The controversy first stirred when Orr was accused of having an affinity for crab [...]

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Detroit: “There is No Government Here”

Tuesday, August 13, 2013 18:49 No Comments

Even gives a plug to anarcho-Detroit in this story on urban farming entrepreneurs. Detroit urban farmer Greg Willerer is right when he notes the city’s lack of government and the capability of people in Detroit’s anarcho-communities to bond and support one other. For Greg Willerer, Detroit’s new urban frontier is a lot like the Wild West: Grow [...]

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Michael Lind’s Twist on Rand and von Mises

Tuesday, August 13, 2013 18:20 2 Comments

The prominent distorter of truth, Michael Lind, has graciously posted another serious writing disguised as a spoof on the pages of Salon: ”How Did Ayn Rand Become a Hero to Right-Wing Nerds Everywhere?” The article is full of strategically placed quotations from a few Rand bashers, set up to make Rand appear to be an aloof crackpot, with no [...]

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Northern Michigan Secession

Saturday, August 10, 2013 9:39 3 Comments

I remember this book from my high school days, when secession in Michigan had once again become a popular topic, partly due to Detroit’s fall from grace. This morning I came across a heroic 2nd edition (2011) of Superior: A State for the North Country in a quaint and very northern-ish Upper Peninsula coffee shop that sits across from the mighty [...]

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Another Criminal of the Medical Establishment

Tuesday, August 6, 2013 22:50 1 Comment

I’ve written often on the scams of Big Cancer, and how the medical establishment’s scaremongering has the purpose of securing lifetime patients and profitability, especially within the cancer industry. Here is a very revealing (breaking news) story of yet another fraudulent agent of the medical establishment who has put human beings at risk in terms [...]

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