The tenth anniversary of September 11 draws near, and conspiracy theories still abound concerning the event. Voicing them always puts you at risk of being labeled a kook, but things like the collapse of building 7 still raise questions to those paying attention. A recent article highlights some of the questions that I have wondered…Details
Lawrence Vance, tenacious critic of the warfare state as he is, commented today on the “freedom” that the soldiers abroad are fighting for: U.S. troops are engaged in unconstitutional, undeclared wars – but the troops are defending our freedoms. U.S. drone strikes killed civilians in Pakistan – but the troops are defending our freedoms. U.S.…Details
Why do talking heads always sound like such asshats when they disagree with someone? Can’t the all-powerful media hire more composed and logical thinkers than this?:
Ron Paul 2012! Even reeeeeally liberal liberals are voting for him!
2007:2011: Hoppe quoted Mencken in an insightful column (read it; it rocks) about how democratic governance always attracts bad evil men: Politicians seldom if ever get [into public office] by merit alone, at least in democratic states. Sometimes, to be sure, it happens, but only by a kind of miracle. They are chosen normally for…Details
A few areas of concern… Environmentalism: As it turns out, it seems the U.S. has the greatest amount of combined energy resources on earth. Warfare: It is not conservative to start or defend pre-emptive or preventative war. “Security”: A federal appeals court recently ruled that the state laws prohibiting you from recording cops are unconstitutional.…Details
Lawrence Vance hits the above concept with full force in a recent speech: If there is any group of people that should be opposed to war, torture, militarism, the warfare state, state worship, suppression of civil liberties, an imperial presidency, blind nationalism, government propaganda, and an aggressive foreign policy it is Christians, and especially conservative,…Details