A few snippets of note:
- Obama is just as much of a power-hungry treasonous villain as anyone could have guessed when the world thought he was the savior of human rights and All That Is Good [And Which We Owe To Government] back in 2008. What a disgusting excuse for a leader we have.
- [Oh, c’mon Kevin, NDAA can’t be THAT bad, right? No, it can. Ugh.]
- Iraq War Two final official tally? ~162,000 killed, ~114,000 of which being civilian. Three cheers for American International Justice!
- Bradley Manning deserves a medal. Governments are to be accountable to their people, not the other way around…
- “The aim of public education is not to spread enlightenment at all; it is simply to reduce as many individuals as possible to the same safe level, to breed a standard citizenry, to put down dissent and originality.” – H.L. Mencken
- The failings of a government agency can be deduced by looking at its size. The bigger the agency, the more money that bureaucrats have given it to fix the problem it didn’t fix with its initial funds. Here’s an example: education. Despite smaller class sizes and buckets and barrels of money, kids are getting dumber. One reason they are getting more funds? To start a database that records everything about your kids, including absences, grades, parents’ occupations/incomes, etc.:
Do they tell newscasters to be this vapid or does this lady have no idea how stupid what she just read was?
- If you get a chance, go back and read the Declaration of Independence, ponder the Lockean principles on which it rests, and compare the indiscretions of the English ruling the colonies with the U.S. federal government’s rule of its people today. Nearly all of the Declaration is null today, and increasingly so… I would add, that if the Revolution was correct, and taxation without representation was a just reason for secession, the Federal Reserve’s taxation of all holders of American dollars via inflation and without Congressional oversight most definitely constitutes ground for Revolution…
- They want to NATIONALLY ban cell phones while driving altogether now. But not doing your makeup, being tired, being old, yelling at your child in the backseat, picking something up off the ground, taking off your sweatshirt, or dancing. And again I ask: what can the federal government NOT regulate/tax/penalize/destroy/kill?
- The youth of this country shoulder the highest unemployment rates, as well as the cost for today’s and yesterday’s government-financed goods. If for no other reason than this that public debt is wrong, putting our kids’ names on our bills is incredibly morally degraded. A debt skit:
- Government handouts to Chevrolet mean that each Chevy Volt produced (a car that runs on
electricity80% coal hooked to a power outlet in your house) cost the American taxpayer $250,000. Worth it to save the planet, right?!?!?!?! RIGHT GUYS?!
- Being friends with The One means that the military will buy gas from you for their warships at $16/gallon.
- Consumers do not drive an economy, as wants are as plentiful as atoms. Producers drive the economy. Also, rich people do create jobs, contrary to neo-liberal bullshitting:
- Reminder: The police state grows even while violent crime plummets. In case you forgot…
- Another reminder: police do not have a Constitutional duty to protect or serve you. They are glorified tax-collecting drones of the state and protecting us, when done, is incidental to that end.