Submitted by Staff on Sun, 2013-02-10 14:52.
I've listened to people talk on and on about how it's cheap to go down into Central and South America, but I - being a single white female am not going to haul ass down there among a bunch of strangers and stand out like a sore thumb. The only way I'd consider (without other options) going down that way was if I knew people there already - either locals/natives or others who are already well established, etc., and I don't, and don't foresee attempting to.
Submitted by Garry Reed on Fri, 2012-12-07 12:00.
The Liberty Coalition declares "We are a Liberty & Peace grassroots group running independent candidates & causes outside the rigged Two-Party System and its Registered Parties."
Submitted by Garry Reed on Thu, 2012-11-29 12:00.
"Federal task force wants obese Americans placed into counseling" – RT headline.
People who believe in helping people through government coercion are, whether they know it or not, admit it or not, hatemongers.
They're simply identifying individuals as nothing more than members of one or another group, defining that group as deserving of their "concern" and then targeting everyone else with the task of "helping" that group via government coercion.
Submitted by Garry Reed on Tue, 2012-10-30 12:00.
In an earlier article, "The Weedman trial: Did the jury really nullify?" Ed "NJWeedman" Forchion claimed that he won his two trials by using a jury nullification defense while all of the local media covering his trials reported that the judge prevented him from doing so.
Submitted by Garry Reed on Tue, 2012-10-30 12:00.
In an email to the Libertarian News Examiner Ed "NJWeedman" Forchion said, "My website was set up just for curious jurors, and the state's newspapers even provided good video and stories for the jurors to understand my legal arguments about jury nullification. I whooped the state in terms of whose message got out. I had a PR field day at the expense of the state."
Submitted by Garry Reed on Mon, 2012-10-29 12:00.
In a recent article, "NJWeedman acquitted of pot distribution," the Libertarian News Examiner questioned whether Ed "NJWeedman" Forchion successfully used jury nullification in his two trials for marijuana possession and distribution.
Submitted by Garry Reed on Mon, 2012-10-08 12:00.
After all these years, after all the attempts by both libertarians and detractors trying to explain libertarians, after battling stereotypes and pigeonholes and bogus straw man portrayals libertarians are finally identified as "distinct."
Thoughtful libertarians have always known they're not "the right wing of the Republican Party," not "socially liberal and fiscally conservative," and we don't belong anywhere on the superficial "left-right political spectrum."
Submitted by M.J. Taylor on Sat, 2012-07-28 18:01.
Well, I would like to live in Ireland and even with the bad economy, give it a go, however I'm not sure just how bad it is.
I don't require a lot to be happy. A small town, good fishing, perhaps hunting (optional), quiet green cool hills to relax and read good books, good neighbors, a nice supporting job of repairing or perhaps a little shop on the main street in town to sell goods and talk with the people. All without permission from a government to do so.
Submitted by Garry Reed on Fri, 2012-06-01 00:00.
The Libertarian News Examiner has confirmed that longtime libertarian rights activist Julian Heicklen fled the United States on May 22 for Israel where he was granted political asylum and Israeli citizenship.
Responding to an inquiry from the Libertarian News Examiner, Heicklen said, "I decided to leave the US on January 1, 2012, when Obama signed the NDAA of 2012, which gave him the authority to arrest and detain indefinitely any person without charges or a trial."
Submitted by Garry Reed on Mon, 2012-04-30 00:00.
In an article about soaring gun sales MSNBC explained why Americans are buying guns in record numbers this way:
"Many point to fears stoked by gun-rights advocates that President Barack Obama, if elected to a second term, will push legislation to rein in gun ownership."
Notice the typical collectivist groupthink in that sentence. People don't buy guns after thinking about it; they rush to buy guns because their fears were "stoked by gun-rights advocates."
Submitted by M.J. Taylor on Sun, 2012-01-22 11:39.
In an act of domestic terrorism the FBI and Justice Department have:
"... on their own initiative, shut down megaupload.com, the biggest of thousands of file-sharing sites online, and arrested four of its top officials. The FBI is hunting down three others who seem to be on the lam. They all face extradition and 20 years in prison. As part of the sweep, the feds issued 20 search warrants and arrived at individual houses in helicopters. They cut their way into houses, threatened with guns, confiscated $50 million in assets and outright stole 18 domain names and many servers.
Submitted by Garry Reed on Tue, 2011-12-27 00:00.
On December 16 The Daily Caller ran this headline on its original home page sandwiched between the blistering banner 'MATERIAL SUPPORT' and a giant full color photo of the Twin Towers exploding:
Federal judge: Iran shares responsibility for 9/11 terror attacks
For folks who don't pay much attention, the self-chosen Ruling Class and its sit-up-and-beg mainstream media pets have been spoon-feeding us a steady diet of warmongering propaganda the same way they did under Bush leading up to the invasion of Iraq.
Submitted by Garry Reed on Tue, 2011-12-20 00:00.
While barely reported in US mainstream media, which comes as little surprise to libertarians, two top US hurricane forecasters at Colorado State University admitted they "are quitting the practice of making a seasonal forecast in December because it doesn't work."
For 20 years William Gray, recently joined by Phil Klotzbach, has been preeminent at making December forecasts on how many named storms and hurricanes to expect during each official June-to-November hurricane season.
Submitted by Garry Reed on Mon, 2011-12-19 00:00.
Fox News Pundit Chris Wallace told Fox news Pundit Neil Cavuto that if Ron Paul wins the Iowa caucuses it would discredit the Iowa caucuses.
"Well, the Ron Paul people are not going to like my saying this," Fox News Pundit Chris Wallace said on Fox News Pundit Neil Cavuto's show, "Your World with Neil Cavuto," and then said anyway, "but to a certain degree it will discredit the Iowa caucuses because rightly or wrongly, I think most of the Republican establishment thinks he is not going to end up as the nominee, so therefore Iowa won't count."