Archive for March, 2014

Libertarian Follies, Part 1

Sunday, March 30, 2014 22:03 4 Comments

I’ve been quietly watching the follies of the libertarian movement. When certain libertarian folks undertake a drastic shift of alliances from ABC to XYZ, this should set off a red light for anyone with half a brain, or at least you would think so. Especially when the shifting-alliance types are now snuggling up to the [...]

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Graphic: Is the US Becoming a Police State?

Monday, March 24, 2014 20:18 2 Comments

A reader, Jasmine Henriques, put together a graphic on the US as a police state, and so I thought I’d give this nice visual a plug. It’s smartly done, and if you have any suggestions for additions, I suggest you contact the authors via the website.  

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No Meatless Mondays in This Revolution

Monday, March 24, 2014 19:56 No Comments

Petersen’s Hunting has published an interesting piece on meat as a staple of a hunter-gatherer, heart-healthy, culinary-loving society: “The Meat Eater Revolution.” The gist of the article is that hunting is on the rise after years of participation decline. As the world has evolved and consumption of food has become less about the why and [...]

This was posted under category: Food & Nutrition

(Neo-Victorian?) Fools For Big Pharma

Monday, March 24, 2014 19:20 1 Comment

I don’t know who this loon is, but in spite of his lack of a wide platform, it is worth posting this piece here because, once again, it shows how intellectually feeble the vaccination nation drum beaters are as they continue to hate on and verbally bully individuals who make their own choices about what [...]

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I Am Not Dead!

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 7:03 6 Comments

Funny, but I got lots of emails and comments asking if I am okay, etc. I am! A combination of my very busiest time of year (January and February) followed by a trip to Europe (Netherlands, Belgium, and France) has kept me tied up and away from things a bit. Normal activity due to start [...]

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