The Constitution’s Dying [Habeus] Corpus

You don’t need a conspiracy theory any longer. Yesterday, Congress voted to preserve the text of a bill that would allow for the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens without trial by the military, provide that military courts can be used for any and all trials of “terrorist” activities, and undermine the principle of Habeus Corpus…

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Introducing Liberal Douche Garofalo… + The idea of a strictly limited constitutional State was a noble experiment that failed, even under the most favorable and propitious circumstances. If it failed then, why should a similar experiment fare any better now? No, it is the conservative laissez-fairist, the man who puts all the guns and all…

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The Police State Cycle Continues: PROTECT IP Act

[Note: LOTS of video time here. I won’t post tomorrow other than Sunday Song to give you a chance to get through it all…] A law pending in the federal legislature threatens to destroy the internet as we know it, for its overbreadth in seeking to prevent copyright infringement. You know that “Great Firewall of…

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Freedom as the New American Myth

On September 30, 2011, Judge Andrew Napolitano signed off of his show with the following stream of questions that I would defy those who believe that America is the “land of the free,” or anyone who believes that soldiers abroad are fighting for our freedoms, should answer… Does the government work for us or do…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – October Edition

Though it has not been verified yet, it appears that CERN pushed a particle faster than light last week. If it is true, nearly all of modern nuclear physics will need re-definition, and that will mean it was lucky that the first nuke didn’t destroy all of the earth, because they didn’t fully know how…

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