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Sunday, April 25, 2010

Weekend Update, No. 25

Boxes of Talk, from EarthBlog News
Mind-controlled Americans are largely ignorant of the "world takeover by nanny-statists" and the resultant crumbling of their society.

The 100 Years War: Collectivism vs. Individualism, by David McKalip, MD  There's no more time left to sit on the sidelines.

Basic Premises, by Charley Reese
He has only six.  You may very well disagree with them all.  PB doesn't.

Taxes and Voting, by Walter Williams
What if you didn't pay taxes, you didn't get to vote?

Statism: The Opiate of the Frightened Masses, by Eric Englund
The state poisons everything it touches, even science.  Dismantles the conventional "wisdom" on DDT, HIV, and global warming.

'Find Me the Man, I'll Find the Crime,' by Will Grigg
Man imprisoned for owning too many guns.  Really.

The Greyhound Station Gulag, by Will Grigg
Appalling evidence from post-Katrina New Orleans refuting "it could never happen here."

Vacationing a Human Right, EU Chief Says, by Katherine Laidlaw
We live in a bizarro world that only gets more insane each day.

Wall Street Is To Blame! from the Daily Bell
Elite central banking masters rehash theme used after the Great Depression to distract American eyes from their game.

SPLC Publishes Patriot Hit List, by Chuck Baldwin
Supporting freedom and constitutional government targets you for extermination.  The SPLC list has only 40 names.  The rumored government list has over 8 million.

Sedition? by Lew Rockwell, updated by Butler Shaffer
It's an American birthright, not a crime.

In Defense of Sedition, by Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Hopes for Washington, DC's devolution to a third-world swamp.

FDA plans to limit amount of salt allowed in processed foods for health reasons, by Lyndsey Layton
There are no limits to what they presume to rule.

New speed cameras trap motorists from space, by Richard Savill
The big brother nightmare comes true more and more each day.

Economic Ignorance and Liberal Hypocrisy and, by Jacob Hornberger
An intensely satisfying lesson and rebuttal.  His two articles that caused the stir are also recommended.

The Psychiatric Drugging of Children: Inventing Disorders, by Evelyn Pringle
Against the criminal medicalization of childhood.

Student Loans Throw Us Further Into Debt, by Cort Tafoya
Yet more consequences of Obamacare.

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