Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Pro Libertate: The Old "False-Flag Trick"?

Pro Libertate: The Old "False-Flag Trick"?

One would have to wonder if this were an inside job to help further the Great Amerikan Police State.

Monday, December 28, 2009


That's one way to stop nationwide socialized medicine in its' tracks.

Friday, December 25, 2009

Monday, December 21, 2009

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Prefabricated Fascists

Some of them are manufactured by the FIB---uuuhhhhhhhhh---FBI.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Hey, High School Kids!

Give a listen to what Tom Woods said last week at a major event sponsored by the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

What? A Presidential Medical Cover-Up?!

One would only wonder what would have happened had FDR kicked the bucket in 1943 or 1944?

Friday, November 27, 2009

Thursday, November 26, 2009

The United States...

Never intended to be ONE nation.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Glenn Beck's Five Pledges

Here's another take, this time from author Tom DiLorenzo, in the form of an open letter.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Tear Down This Myth....

Of "national unity" that allegedly took place during Dishonest Abe's illegal and bloody war against the Southern States.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Look At The Record

The dismal record of the US Federal Government over the past roughly century-and-a-half, that is.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Pro Libertate: Get Your Kids Fit For Slaughter!

Pro Libertate: Get Your Kids Fit For Slaughter!

I can imagine this sickening thought:

Mommy, mommy, I wanna be a faithful soldier for the Gweat and Mighty State and for Massa Pwesident Mussobama. When I gwow up, I wanna wear the uniform and learn to kill or be killed.

Secession Now!

Thursday, November 12, 2009


Who says we haven't had a dictatorship in this country?

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Friday, November 6, 2009

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Pro Libertate: Why The Innocent Flee From The Police

Pro Libertate: Why The Innocent Flee From The Police

The Nazification (or is it Stalinization) of these united States continues its' march forward.

This sucks!

Another Argument

Against the "public school" system.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

As John Adams Wrote....

Rights come from God........

NOT the State!

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Recovery? What Recovery?!

It may get even worse.

Pro Libertate: Blood On Their Hands

Pro Libertate: Blood On Their Hands

Something for everyone except anti-statists, supporters of freedom of speech and expression, and opponents of our continued involvement in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.

As someone once said, you'd have to break some eggs to make an omelet.

A rotten-tasting omelet.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Friday, October 30, 2009

Is The Presidency A Necessary Evil?

Maybe you'd better call it unnecessary.

The presidency must be destroyed. It is the primary evil we face, and the cause of nearly all our woes. It squanders the national wealth and starts unjust wars against foreign peoples that have never done us any harm. It wrecks our families, tramples on our rights, invades our communities, and spies on our bank accounts. It skews the culture towards decadence and trash. It tells lie after lie. Teachers used to tell schools kids that anyone can be president. This is like saying anyone can go to Hell. It's not an inspiration; it's a threat.

The presidency – by which I mean the executive state – is the sum total of American tyranny. The other branches of government, including the presidentially appointed Supreme Court, are mere adjuncts. The presidency insists on complete devotion and humble submission to its dictates, even while its steals the products of our labor and drives us into economic ruin. It centralizes all power unto itself, and crowds out all competing centers of power in society, including the church, the family, the business, the charity, and the community.

I'll go further. The U.S. presidency is the world's leading evil. It is the chief mischief-maker in every part of the globe, the leading wrecker of nations, the usurer behind third-world debt, the bailer-out of corrupt governments, the hand in many dictatorial gloves, the sponsor and sustainer of the New World Order, of wars, interstate and civil, of famine and disease. To see the evils caused by the presidency, look no further than Iraq or Serbia, where the lives of innocents were snuffed out in pointless wars, where bombing was designed to destroy civilian infrastructure and cause disease, and where women, children, and the aged have been denied essential food and medicine because of a cruel embargo. Look at the human toll taken by the presidency, from Dresden and Hiroshima to Waco and Ruby Ridge, and you see a prime practitioner of murder by government.

Today, the president is called the leader of the world's only superpower, the "world’s indispensable nation," which is reason enough to have him deposed. A world with any superpower at all is a world where no freedoms are safe. But by invoking this title, the presidency attempts to keep our attention focused on foreign affairs. It is a diversionary tactic designed to keep us from noticing the oppressive rule it imposes right here in the United States.

Lew Rockwell said this in 1996.

Pro Libertate: Obama and the "Predator Left"

Pro Libertate: Obama and the "Predator Left"

Yes, it's amazing how the "anti-war" left, who detested Republican wars, now support the same wars, now that one of their own is Commander-In-Thief.

I think we may see the breakup of this country during our lifetimes.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

More Tyranny

It is on the power of search that the tyranny of the state rises and falls.

More Evidence...

That democracy, as a form of government, is a fraud.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

2010 Census

All you really have to do is just give you name and address.

Screw the statists.

This is supposed to be all about how many House seats each state would have, not how much money----at taxpayers' expense----each state would grab.

Ron Paul's Take On The H1N1 "Emergency"

More evidence that government that thinks it knows what's best, really doesn't.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Here's Something New From "Fear Factor" Nation

That's rights, boys and girls, now you can become a Goddamned snitch!

Monday, October 19, 2009

Is The Future Really Wretched?

Gerald Celente's take.

Pro Libertate: Interlude: A Merry Depression Sing-Along

Pro Libertate: Interlude: A Merry Depression Sing-Along

Let's see the folks at the Walt Disney Company do a remake of "Mary Poppins" with this rousing, cheerful tune.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Saturday, October 17, 2009

From The NUCKIN' FUTS Department

Some folks never learn.

Here are a few words from the founder of the Anti-Imperialist League. The new slogan for the US Armed Forces should be "Killed Or Be Killed---By The Enemy Or After A Court Martial."

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Monday, October 12, 2009

War Is Peace

That seems to be the mindset of the Nobel Committee.

Yes, you can be just the right kind of warmonger and win the Nobel War----eeeerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr---"Peace" Prize.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Say, Kids!

It's the war called "peace."

We are the crossroads of the most serious crisis in modern history. The US in partnership with NATO and Israel has launched a global military adventure which, in a very real sense, threatens the future of humanity.

At this critical juncture in our history, the Norwegian Nobel Committee's decision to award the Nobel Peace Prize to President and Commander in Chief Barack Obama constitutes an unmitigated tool of propaganda and distortion, which unreservedly supports the Pentagon's "Long War": "A War without Borders" in the true sense of the word, characterised by the Worldwide deployment of US military might.

Apart from the diplomatic rhetoric, there has been no meaningful reversal of US foreign policy in relation to the George W. Bush presidency, which might have remotely justified the granting of the Nobel Prize to Obama. In fact quite the opposite. The Obama military agenda has sought to extend the war into new frontiers. With a new team of military and foreign policy advisers, the Obama war agenda has been far more effective in fostering military escalation than that formulated by the NeoCons.

Since the very outset of the Obama presidency, this global military project has become increasingly pervasive, with the reinforcement of US military presence in all major regions of the World and the development of new advanced weapons systems on an unprecedented scale.

Granting the Nobel Peace Prize to Barack Obama provides legitimacy to the illegal practices of war, to the military occupation of foreign lands, to the relentless killings of civilians in the name of "democracy."

Some man of peace this current occupant of the White House is. George Orwell must be rolling in his grave.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Well, Well

We now know the identity of that sleazeball in blue who beat up a 16-year-old mentally handicapped student recently in Illinois.

I wonder if this is the kind of guy who might be perfect for the Mussobama regime's proposed federal police force.

Friday, October 9, 2009

Nice Going, Stupid Brain-Dead Anal Cavities...

Who helped elect this devious mothertrucker into the White House.

I certainly think Obama's Civilian Defense Force is intended to be an auxiliary Party force, very similar to the Sturmabteilung [the infamous SA] of the Nazi's that grew out of the Freikorps and became the Party's private army, as Trotsky's Red Army was the private army of the Bolsheviki, not of the state. Hitler was himself eventually threatened by the SA and killed off the leaders and folded the troops into the new SS, which became the private army of Hitler, swearing allegiance to him personally in the Nuremberg Sportsplatz ceremonies, rather than being subject to the orders of the German General Staff, the Wehrmacht. The Soviet Party always maintained heavily armed special forces around Moscow responsible to the Party. They also had their own more loyal Spetznetz forces, very much like the US Special Forces, and the Party-controlled Cheka-NKVD-KGB, GRU, and MVD. Putin came from the KGB but controlled all of them in the new regime. [He still does informally.] The US Imperial President controls the 19 [plus secret-secret units] secret police from the FBI and CIA to DEA and BATF, but they do not have heavy weapons. They have more direct control of some of the Special Forces for that but I do not know the details of such secret matters.

The U.S. Constitution provides for the state-controlled reserves, national guards for emergencies, etc. The federal government is moving to take control of the state military forces upon command of the President.

Any bets we will end up in concentration camps---perhaps complete with firing squads, gallows, and/or oversized ovens?

Pro Libertate: Have a Nice Apocalypse!

Pro Libertate: Have a Nice Apocalypse!

Is this country being turned into another Zimbabwe?

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Yessir, Boys and Girls

More of your local sadists in action.

And this time, it nearly proved fatal to an innocent homeowner.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Thursday, October 1, 2009

The Breakup Of These United States

Is it inevitable?

According to Macedonian Radio and Television On-line (MRT), a Russian professor predicts the United States will fall apart in July 2010. MRT reports,

"'Mr. Obama is similar to the last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Gorbachev was also making great promises for the Soviet Union, but the situation was only getting worse,' he said. By next summer, according to Professor Panarin, the US will disintegrate into six blocs--and everyone will get their piece. 'The probability that the United States of America fall apart in July 2010 is more than 50 percent,' said Igor Panarin, Professor at Moscow's Diplomatic Academy within the Russian Federation's Ministry of Foreign Affairs."

MRT went on to report:

"Panarin came up with his grim forecast while analyzing the parallels between the Soviet Union in its final days and the current situation in the United States.’American dream ballooned seven times in 11 years. During Gorbachev era, the Soviet dream ballooned five times.' Americans hope [President] Barack Obama 'can work miracles,' he wrote. 'But when spring comes, it will be clear that there are no miracles.'"

Should some socialistic country emerge out of Washington state and Oregon, I think several counties in eastern Washington and eastern and southwestern Oregon, as well as maybe six counties from northern California may band together and form their own independent country or countries, so as to avoid being under the influence of Portland, Seattle, Olympia, Salem, or Sacramento.

Complications From Economic Meltdown And Potential War With Iran

Ron Paul's take during a recent broadcast of Glenn Beck's radio show.


It ain't exclusively for Texans anymore.

Fanned by angry contempt for Washington, secession movements have sprouted up in perhaps more than a dozen states in recent years. In Vermont, retired economics professor Thomas Naylor leads the Second Vermont Republic, a self-styled citizens network dedicated to extracting the sparsely populated New England state from "the American Empire."

And on the other side of the continent, Northwestern separatists envision a "Republic of Cascadia" carved out of Oregon, Washington and the Canadian province of British Columbia.

While most Americans dismiss the breakaway sentiments, sociologists and political experts say they are part of a larger anti-Washington wave that is rapidly spreading across the country.

I think this country could be broken into several independent countries in our lifetimes.

Lew Rockwell.....

On secession, nullification, and interposition.

Here's Lew on the Ron Smith Show.

Beware The Pharmaceutical-Congressional-Medical Complex

Here's another example of the power of force in motion.

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Alexander Hamilton

Just how Goddamned arrogant was he?

Totalitarianism On The March, Part Two

To me, the word "progressive" is nothing more than an American translation for fascist.

Totalitarianism On The March....

In the Bay State.

Here are Steve Doocy and Judge Andrew Napolitano on the Massachusetts Forced Immunization Law on Monday's edition of Fox & Friends on Fox News Channel.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Another NeoCon Figure Bites The Dust

Bill Safire was 79.

Our National Parks

I have, over the years, visited six or seven of our national parks and they are, collectively and individually, sights to be seen.

The question I have is, are they our national treasure, or , a treasure for the super-rich?

Thanks Again, "Progressives"

Peter Schiff on recent events at Pittsburgh.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Good God!

Seems to me that the powers that be want us to get into another Middle-Eastern war. And this one could have horrific consequences.

But, hey, it's been par for the course for our foreign policy for over a century.

Monday, September 21, 2009

More Evidence

That the Great God of the modern socialized Democratic Party did NOT save our country's economy during either through New Deal programs or World War II-era measures.

Another Heroic Act Of Courage...

From your local sadists.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

In Whose Interest Is US Foreign Policy Being Conducted?

It has seemed to be that for decades, out foreign policy, at least our Middle Eastern policy, has been under Israel's thumb.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Thanks Again, Jimmy Carter

The growth of this corrupt orgainzation really got its start with the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977.

Another argument for ending the FED!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

As One Must Know...

There is NO such thing as a constitutional right to health care---or health insurance. The issue is actually health insurance, not health care. Nevertheless, President Mussobama's health care plan is patently unconstitutional.

Pro Libertate: Helot on Wheels

Pro Libertate: Helot on Wheels

Yes, friends and neighbors, it's police abuse (or is it brutality) on parade once again.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Is Demonstrating Useless?

Bob Higgs thinks so:

Lesson number one is that the cops do not believe in your First Amendment rights, or any other rights of yours, for that matter. If they find it convenient for their own purposes, which often seem to include nothing more than throwing their weight around, they will yell at you, shove you, threaten you with night sticks, dogs, and horses, whack you with their clubs, and lob tear gas into your ranks. It’s all in a day’s work for those who have sworn “to serve and protect.” Best you remember, however, that the phrase is short for “serve and protect the state,” not for “serve you and protect your rights to life, liberty, and property.” Protecting your right to demonstrate peacefully against state policies is not part of the cops’ job description.

Lesson number two is that the people in the demonstrations are there for all sorts of reasons, despite what one might suppose from their announced issue(s) as signified by signs, banners, and group statements. I often bemoaned the lack of seriousness in many of the antiwar demonstrators with whom I marched. A great many of the younger ones seemed to be there mainly because demonstrating against the war was, literally, a sexy thing for a college student to do: at the demonstration, one might meet someone suitable for a not-very-subsequent sexual liaison – in plain language, participating in a demonstration served as a reasonably promising avenue to getting laid. Beyond this quite understandable motivation, however, people had all sorts of other reasons for participating. Some fancied themselves radicals out to overthrow the government. Others were worried that children, grandchildren, or other relatives and friends might be drafted, shipped to Vietnam, and killed. Some of us actually cared about the countless hundreds of thousands of Asians being slaughtered by U.S. forces for no good reason. Although we were all against the war in some way, our ways varied widely. The participants in most demonstrations, including the recent one in Washington, no doubt have this same heterogeneous quality. In a protest, however, the enemy of my enemy is my friend.

Lesson number three is that the mainstream media are in league with the government when they report on demonstrations. For example, they will minimize any violence the police use against the demonstrators and exaggerate any violence the demonstrators perpetrate. I recall one protest in particular, where our group included tens of thousands of marchers passing through the streets of downtown Seattle. The police, as usual, were out in force, lining the streets and salivating for a chance to crack some heads. Present also were the undercover agents with their cameras; for some reason, the authorities always wanted lots of photos of us dangerous protestors – college students, hippies, grandmothers, little kids in their mother’s arms, and so forth, all obviously dangerous subversives. At this particular protest, the organizers took great pains to instruct everybody about scrupulously avoiding any kind of violence, because we all knew that the media would use it to discredit everything about the event. So we maintained absolute order, or so I thought as I made my way through the streets somewhere in the middle of the long parade. No violence whatsoever did I see. Hooray! The next morning, however, the banner headline in the Seattle Times read, “Violence Mars Antiwar Demonstration.” Someone, it seems, had broken ranks and smashed a shop window, an occurrence so inconsequential that even I, positioned right in the middle of the affair, had not noticed it. This incident illustrates well what passes for journalistic impartiality and balance in this country. Rest assured that if you are bucking the system, the system’s guardians in the news media will smack you down by stigmatizing you as some sort of dangerous hooligan or totally out-of-touch wingnut. They’ll also minimize your group’s numbers, again seeking to marginalize and trivialize your efforts.

Lesson number four is that the powers that be don’t give a damn about your demonstrations or the reasons that have impelled you to participate in them, except to the extent that your actions create bad press for them and their policies. The minute they conclude that your demonstrations actually imperil their personal grip on power, they will cease to be so accommodating of your First Amendment rights. They might even cook up something called COINTELPRO, whereby they employ every political dirty trick in the book against you, up to and including murder. (If you suppose I’m exaggerating, I suggest you do some research on COINTELPRO and other such government schemes to violate the people’s civil rights systematically.) Nowadays, the USA PATRIOT Act lends itself splendidly to broad-gauge surveillance and disruption of peaceniks and other troublemakers.

Support Your Local Sadist.............

Or else.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Don Cooper's Take...

On a new advertising campaign by the AARP in support of ObamaCare.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Happy Labor (Union) Day, Comrades!

Here's a look at the history of labor unions from Colonial times to the present.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

President Mussobama's Speech To SchoolKids

Here are, at least, eleven very good arguments against it.

Another Argument...

For an end to FedGov involvement in education.

Time To Punch

More and larger holes into the myth of the so-called "Good War."

Go Back To Krypton

Or from wherever the hell you crawled out from under, anal cavity.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

The "Good" War

What the hell was so good about it.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Here's One Solution To Our Health Care Problems

Try a free-market approach. It has been proven that both quasi-socialized and outright socialized medicine has failed.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Medical Fascism On Parade

Another attack on Constitutional liberties.

Wanna Learn Real History?

Take Charles Burris' advice.

Not Everyone

Is celebrating the life and career of the newly deceased senior Senator from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

The Now-Deceased German Fuhrer

Could well be proud of the brother of the Slumlord's Buddy's Chief of Staff. This character may end up deciding who lives and dies.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Similarities Between...

Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt, George W. Bush and Barack Obama?

Closer than one might think.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

According To Leftists..

War is fine, as long as if a Democrat were in charge.

Monday, August 24, 2009

10th Amendment Movements

Looks like nullification is gaining strength.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Monday, August 17, 2009

Another Reason...

Not to watch the CBS Evening News.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Pro Libertate: Hotlined

Pro Libertate: Hotlined

This may get worse and worse with that Chicago-oriented tyrant in the White House.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Monday, August 10, 2009

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Are Things Really This Bad

You might get an answer in the affirmative from Gerald Celente.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Father And Son Believers In Freedom In Congress?

Could be after next year's elections?

Pro Libertate: The Plague of Punitive Populism

Pro Libertate: The Plague of Punitive Populism

As I have mentioned, we are becoming an increasingly totalitarian state. Local "law enforcement" in a growing number of places are becoming reminiscent of SS and/or Gestapo

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Cash For Clunkers

Just another taxpayer-funded boondoggle.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Health Care

Here are some free-market and pro-freedom solutions.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Local Law Enforcement As Work

Remember this sage advice: You are better off if you don't believe the uncorroborated testimony from uniformed totalitarian thugs who called themselves police officers.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Alan Stang, R. I. P.

Alan Stang, a journalist and commentator who was dedicated to the fight against the totalitarian state as well as a best-selling author of books such as "It's Very Simple: The True Story of Civil Rights", passed away this past Sunday at age 80.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Need I Say More?

There is more evidence that war is the health of the state.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Is This Country...


The Emerging Police State

In what is becoming The Land of the Unfree and The Home of the Slave, here's evidence that there are some in the Executive Branch who don't give a damn about our civil liberties.

Pro Libertate: Too Many (Other) People

Pro Libertate: Too Many (Other) People

Here is the dark side of the National Socialism that we may well be heading into under our great and mighty Chicago Fuhrer.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Were The Antifederalists Right?

Their fears about the creation of the SCOTUS may have indeed proven to be right.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Barack Obama, America's Great New Fuhrer

Sieg Heil!

Is this country on the road to National Socialism?

Manufacturers in Germany were panic-stricken when they heard of the experiences of some industrialists who were more or less expropriated by the State. These industrialists were visited by State auditors who had strict orders to "examine" the balance sheets and all bookkeeping entries of the company (or individual businessman) for the preceding two, three, or more years until some error or false entry was found. The slightest formal mistake was punished with tremendous penalties. A fine of millions of marks was imposed for a single bookkeeping error. Obviously, the examination of the books was simply a pretext for partial expropriation of the private capitalist with a view to complete expropriation and seizure of the desired property later. The owner of the property was helpless, since under fascism there is no longer an independent judiciary that protects the property rights of private citizens against the State. The authoritarian State has made it a principle that private property is no longer sacred.

Also this:

The rules begin to change slowly so that enterprise could no longer make decisions in the interest of profitability. The banks were nationalized. The heads of major companies were changed. Hiring and firing became heavily politicized. The courts ruled not on justice but on political priorities. It was no longer enough merely to obey the laws. The national will must trump economic concerns:

The capitalist under fascism has to be not merely a law-abiding citizen, he must be servile to the representatives of the State. He must not insist on "rights" and must not behave as if his private property rights were still sacred. He should be grateful to the Fuehrer that he still has private property. This state of affairs must lead to the final collapse of business morale, and sound the death knell of the self-respect and self-reliance which marked the independent businessman under liberal capitalism.

Price controls were next, enforced intermittently and with them grew up a large gray economy, with businesspeople spending more time getting around the rules than producing wealth. "To increase his prices a dealer must have a special permit from the Price Commissar. A request for a price increase must first be certified to by the group leader; it must be accompanied by a detailed statement of necessity and other pertinent data, such as production and distribution costs."

State production mandates were next. Goods were to be produced according to political goals. "Backed by the General Staff of the army, Nazi bureaucrats have been able to embark upon schemes which compel the most powerful leaders of business and finance to undertake projects which they consider both risky and unprofitable."

Bankers were required to act as state actors. "Under fascism, big bankers, formerly independent – except, of course, ‘non-Aryans’ – have become State officials in everything but name. They are often in high and influential positions, but they are all members of the compact, centralized State machine. Their independence, their individual initiative, their free competitive position, all the principles for which they once fought fervently, are gone."

If you think that the parallels stopped after Bush left power, consider this passage from Reimann: "The totalitarian State reverses the former relationship between the State and the banks. Previously, their political influence increased when the State needed financial help. Now the opposite holds true. The more urgent the financial demands of the State become, the stricter measures are taken by the State in order to compel these institutions to invest their funds as the State may wish."

Heil Barack!

Another Advertisement...................

For secession. The Department of Fatherland Security MUST be abolished.

Pro Libertate: Beware William Tell's Second Arrow#links

Pro Libertate: Beware William Tell's Second Arrow#links

And, of course, our contry is playing buttinski again.

Honduras---Possible Dress Rehearsal For Us?

One would have to wonder if Washington is condemning what recently in Honduras, not out of anger, but out of fear?

Tuesday, July 7, 2009


Another interesting article on the topic.

He May Be Gone

But his legacy lives on.


Here is Gerald Celente's take as he was interviewed this past weekend by Clayton Morris and Alisyn Camerota on Fox & Friends.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Architect of US Involvement In Vietnam Kicks The Bucket

Robert Strange McNamara (perfect middle name for what former Congressman Bob Dornan has referred to as a war criminal), the former Ford Motors executive who went on to become Defense Secretary and architect of this country's eventually misbegotten (and undeclared) involvement in Indochina, passed away and went to Hell on Monday at age 93.

The Power Of Organized Labor

The power of organized labor was not always for the benefit of the public at large.

In the early 1900s union membership rose to 6% of the labor force and 2.7 million members by 1913 and the share stayed around 6–7% until 1917. This was the “Progressive Era” of 1900–1918 which “fastened a welfare-warfare state on America which has set the mold for the rest of the twentieth century…because a unique set of conditions had destroyed the Democrats as a laissez-faire party and left a power vacuum for the triumph of the new ideology of compulsory cartelization through a partnership of big government, business, unions, technocrats, and intellectuals.”
Prior to World War I, unionists were still on a relatively short leash. From 1842 onward unions had the clear legal right to exist, and workers could join such “self-help” organizations, but employers were under no obligation to “bargain” with these unions. The courts also tended (ultimately) to restrict union tactics such as threats of violence, violence itself, mob action and interference with voluntary trade. Further, the courts tended to make little distinction between business and union “restraints on competition.” They ruled, for example, that union actions in a boycott organized by the United Hatters of Danbury, CT, against the products of D.E. Loewe and Company (1908) was in restraint of trade under the Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890 and fined individual union members responsible for the union’s acts (unions never incorporated lest they be held liable as an organization for damages they cause). Unionists therefore prominently demanded governmental privilege and mounted persistent and intensive campaigns for favorable legislation.
In 1912 Congress supplied new assistance with the Lloyd-LaFollette Act to compel collective bargaining by the post office and encourage postal union membership. In 1914 Congress passed the Clayton Act with provisions to exempt unions from the 1890 Sherman Anti-Trust Act, restrict the use of court injunctions in labor disputes, and declare picketing and similar union tactics as not unlawful. Samuel Gompers hailed the Clayton Act as labor’s “Magna Carta” but subsequent court interpretations neutered the pro-union provisions.
The “national emergency” of U.S. entry into World War I provided much of the experience and precedent for subsequent intervention on behalf of unionism, as well as other cartel-like policies. Historian William E. Leuchtenburg, for instance, points out, “The panoply of procedures developed by the War Labor Board and the War Labor Policies Board provided the basis in later years for a series of enactments culminating in the Wagner National Labor Relations Act of 1935.”
[8] Under pressure of World War I and the government’s interventions, union membership skyrocketed, hitting 12% of the labor force.
The War Labor Board and the War Labor Policies Board, the latter led by Felix Frankfurter and modeled on a directive by Franklin D. Roosevelt who represented the U.S. Navy on the board, proclaimed governmental support of unions and enforced pro-union measures on industry. The boards, for instance, ordered establishment of “work councils” composed of employee representatives and seized defiant enterprises.
The government even created a union, the Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen and forced lumbermen to join in its battle against the radical leftist Industrial Workers of the World (IWW, known as the “Wobblies”). The Loyal Legion collapsed after the war despite government efforts to keep it alive while others became so-called company or independent unions, subsequently banned by the 1935 Wagner Act.
Just as the War Industries Board led by Bernard M. Baruch and Army General Hugh S. Johnson was the forerunner for the 1933–35 cartelization under the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) administered by Johnson, the War Labor Boards were forerunners to the federal labor boards used to administer Section 7(a) of NIRA and the subsequent National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) created by the National Labor Relations (Wagner) Act of 1935.

Now, President Mussobama and his Chicagp-oriented fascistic thugs are trying to turn this country into one big closed shop----at taxpayers' expense.

Aahhhh, Yes..

Life just couldn't get much sweeter at Government Motors.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Another Statist In The US Senate?

The incumbent Senator is still looking at FedGov intervention.

Update: Norm Coleman has thrown in the sponge.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Is Someone Wants To Discriminate...

That should be his business, not the state's.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

World War II

Here is a review of AJP Taylor's book on the origins of the so-called "Good War."

Walking Or Driving In A Police State?

With local "law" enforcement acting more like the Gestapo, it may become increasingly dangerous.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Socialized Medicine And Crap And Trade

Two more reasons for secession.

The Best Health Care Reform....

Is one in which the state gets the hell out of it.

We’ve seen that the government doesn’t have a stellar history when it comes to cutting costs. Yet it has a miserable record when it comes to reducing paperwork, too. When filling out tax forms every April, nobody says, "Wow, that was refreshingly easy! If only the rest of the world worked like the I.R.S.!"

The government ruins everything it touches. Many high school graduates are functionally illiterate, even though per pupil funding is much higher now than in previous generations. Despite billions in subsidies over the years, Amtrak continues to lose money. The Post Office, though not an official arm of the government, enjoys a monopoly on first-class mail and is not renowned for its efficiency. And when a comedian wants to illustrate poor customer service, his reference case is the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Why in the world do so many people want to entrust this same government with our health care?

Things get worse. It’s not merely that bigger government will exacerbate the problems in the health care industry. More than that, the problems themselves are largely the fault of earlier government intervention.

For example, government restrictions allow the American Medical Association to act as a cartel, limiting the supply of new health care providers. Many tasks (such as checking blood pressure, administering shots, and otherwise prepping a patient) could be safely administered by employees with merely on-the-job training. Yet many of these tasks are "union jobs" under the present system. Government regulations also restrict the supply of pharmacies who are able to fill prescriptions, tending to raise prices.

I think there is doubt that any statist health insurance reform will be passed into law this year.

13th International Day Of Support For Victims Of Torture

That has done a lot of good for this country's foreign policy now hasn't it?

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Gun Control

A euphemism for firearm confiscation.

More On The Road To Economic Collapse

I think this country is going to break up within a matter of years. Perhaps the overthrow of the FedGov by force and its replacement with a much, much, much smaller government which strictly adhers to the original intent of the US Constitution (or even its predecessor, the Articles of Confederation) could be the only thing that could save the united States from joining the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia into the scrap heap.

Here's more wisdom from the peace, freedom, and sound money presidential candidate.

How Did Fascism Begin?

Well, kids, there are ideas that DO have consequences, and this one turned out to be a real whopper.

And we ain't talkin' Burger King either.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

From The WTF Department

These Goddamned intercoursers don't like freedom of expression.

The FTC must go.

Monday, June 22, 2009

High School Assemblies

Can these be used as preparations for war?

Here and there you may notice small, dark clumps of the disaffected, those dour punk/goth/whatever kids who don't seem impressed by any of this. They will be treated harshly by teachers for being negative, antisocial, or – heaven forbid! – lacking in proper "school spirit." There is something wrong with them, most would agree, or they just want attention. And these malcontents are all freshmen or sophomores. Upperclassmen of their ilk have long since learned that such rallies are the perfect time to sneak behind the school for a cigarette or a few bong rips.

Of special significance is the rally against the major rival school down the road, the archenemy who must be denounced, ridiculed, and defeated. No one can tell you why that particular school is the big rival. "Because they're the Broncos (or whatever the rival mascot might be)" is a typical, circular answer. Some don't even bother moving in a circle: "They just are," such people say, probably convinced, after a lifetime of learning to accept such answers from teachers, that this would appropriately resolve the question.

In my experience, one revealing answer came from my high school Latin teacher: "You must support the home team. Support the home team. Support the home team." (Also, teaching Latin by rote had apparently programmed her to repeat all statements three times. Not kidding.) She didn't follow up with any explanation of the virtues and benefits to accrue from home-team-supporting behavior. It was just crazy to think that, although the state forced us into this ridiculous institution, with its ridiculous rules and overlords, we would ever consider the school to be anything but our "home." We were certainly intended to identify it as such. The football team was there to defend our honor (against what, nobody knows).

Having read some Henry David Thoreau and Thomas Jefferson, I concluded that the entire culture and organization of public schools must be a mistake. There were so many authoritarian attributes, I thought, they weren't teaching kids to be responsible citizens of a republic, but subjects of a police state. Serious reforms were clearly needed. (Years later, having studied John Taylor Gatto and Austrian economics, I realized that a) the state raises kids this way deliberately, not by mistake, and b) a free market in education would quickly find and disseminate the best methods for teaching children.)

Sometimes these assemblies could be miniaturized versions of Nuremberg rallies.

Friday, June 19, 2009

The Federal Reserve: Totalitarians

As I have stated before, the Federal Reserve System must be done away with.

Sunday, June 14, 2009


Another interesting column on the topic.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Men Are Not Gods

But, to some people, those who they vote for and are elected to the presidency are treated as such by their loyal subjects.

Pro Libertate: The Tragedy and Farce of Collective Guilt

Pro Libertate: The Tragedy and Farce of Collective Guilt

Apparently, Keith, as long as your side is conducting their version of hate crimes, you have no qualms, but when the other side comes up with reasoned counterpoints, like eliminating the Federal Reserve, you love to tar and feather them.

Is Tobacco Prohibition Next

Will we see bathtub cigarettes in our lifetimes?


Here's a very reasoned take from Ron Paul:

We may very well see bathtub smokes after all. Thanks again Nanny State fascists. The should reshape the rotunda at the Capitol building into the shape of a vagina.

Thursday, June 11, 2009


You might say that racism is a form of collectivism, inconsistant with the idea of individualism.


That sound like an accurate name for what President Mussobama and his fellow scumbags are doing to this country.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Pro Libertate: "It's The Money"

Pro Libertate: "It's The Money"

What passes for government in the united States is starting to make the mafia look good in contrast.

What Climate Change?

There's no question this is a scam to move toward the abolition of private property, and to force us to bow before the socialist-communist-surviving-League-of-Nations-conspiritors-founded United Nations.

The Ron Paul Video Theatre, Lower Level