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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Weekend Update

Forget tuning in to the nightly news, or walking down the driveway to see what garbage your local daily prints.  The only voice for the free man is the internet, a technology more revolutionary than the printing press.  Buckle your seatbelts.  Here follows a collection of the most important items from the past week or so ending Oct. 31.  Perhaps it looks like a lot of articles, but it amounts to only 3 or 4 daily.  Get on with it.  After all, you have only your mind to free.

Saying the Unsayable on PBS, Doug Casey & Thomas Woods on McCuiston
28+ minute video, but worth every second.  Two of the most informed, eloquent men you have ever seen.

Alienated & Radicalized, by Pat Buchanan
Perfect description of how our government has blown it with real Americans.  Also exposes the ridiculousness of those who are alarmed that some members of law enforcement and the military might not be willing to carry out illegal or unconstitutional orders.

Vaccination Resisters: An Epidemic of Fear & Irrationality, by Karen De Coster
With video, crucial to see these images, which are disturbing.

A Rumsfeld-era reminder about what causes Terrorism, by Glenn Greenwald
Hint: They do not hate our freedom.

The Brontosaurus in the Broom Closet, by L. Neil Smith
An open letter to Newt Gingrich, explaining how the GOP has gone all wrong.

The Wall Street Journal Defends the Predator State, by Robert Murphy
You can't rely on any of the major media to oppose government intervention.  Also explains how the "public option" will ruin insurance for everybody, and how the government has already made a huge mess of health insurance.

Johnny Gaskins and the End of Law, by William L. Anderson
Anyone can be locked away anytime for anything if you come into the crosshairs of government.  Like 30 years for depositing legally acquired and already taxed money into a bank.  Seriously.

Obama's Senior Moment, by George Will
How ridiculous does it get?  Seniors "evidently are going to be declared entitled to monetary consolation for the misfortune of not experiencing misfortune."

American Pie, by James Quinn
In analyzing the Don McLean song, he explains the inevitable generational changes that have led from the greatness of the 50s to the prolonged crisis period we are now entering.  The article is a great review of recent American history and illustration of cyclical generation theory.  An illuminating and moving must read.

US Joins Ranks of Failed States, by Paul Craig Roberts
Eye-opening perspective from former high-ranking government official and editor of the Wall Street Journal.

They Can't Push Us Around Forever, by Rep. Susan Lynn (TN)
Wow.  A letter from Tennessee to the other 49 state legislatures.

Economics and Moral Courage, by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Why nearly all economists favor government solutions.  Outlines the difficulties our most famous proponents of the free-market faced in their careers.

American Healthcare Fascialism, by Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Fascism + Socialism = Fascialism.  Which perfectly explains why our medical system is only getting worse.

How They Are Turning Off the Lights in America, by Edwin X Berry
Describes how the green movement is destroying America's productivity through limiting energy projects based on pseudoscience.  Read as a climatologist destroys the arguments for man-made "climate change."  Chilling.

Writing the New Texas Constitution: Avoiding Inherent Flaws, by Russel D. Longcore
Why the US Constitution has no authority and was always doomed to fail, and what to do about it next time.

Armed Resistance and Hiding Are Futile, Unless..., by Mark R. Crovelli
"Never forget that your primary duty is to spread the ideas of libertarianism to the world."  A key insight and one of the main factors behind this blog.

First Daughters Not Vaccinated Against H1N1
Because "the vaccine is not available to them based on their risk."  Yeah, right.

Barack Obama sees poll rating plummet, by The Daily Bell
The internet will equal or surpass the printing press in effect, and it's only beginning.  Recall that the printing press led to the Reformation.  From one of the most common-sense news analysis sites.

Medicare Fraud: A $60 Billion Crime, by CBS News
Mind-blowing account of just how easy it is for criminals to scam millions off Medicare.  And we want to expand government programs?

License to Drive While Unlicensed, by Debra J. Saunders
Yet more liberal insanity from the Golden State.  How much further can they go?

How Uncle Sam is killing your savings, by Allan Sloan
Unbelievable that it's published on a CNN site.

Matthew Hoh's Resignation Letter
Note: in PDF.  Why the war in Afghanistan is pointless and futile, resulting only in meaningless death and destruction, written by someone who knows more than any of us here.

I'll Pass on Opting Out, by Ann Coulter
Is Ann reading me?

Why End Daylight Savings Time?
Against the madness.

Local pediatricians against H1N1 vaccine, by Nicole Papageorge
Increasing numbers of physicians resist the propaganda of government and pharmaceutical companies.

The Lawless State, by Karl Hess
Debunking "the land of the free."

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