Saturday, December 24, 2011

Filthy Rotten Elites

These Goddamned emeffers despise the Constitution.

Boo-Boo For Newt and Rick

At least the Peace, Freedom, and Sound Money candidate DID get on the Virginia primary ballot.

Friday, December 16, 2011

What's Gonna Happen Next Year?

Here's Gerald Celente's take.

Hey Rush:

It appears that you and Mark Levin are cut from the same tired, Zionist neocon cloth.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Heil Barack!!!

The Peace, Freedom, and Sound Money candidate is right about President Mussobama.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Herman Cain

Here's another case of a candidate being schooled by Ron Paul.

Friday, October 7, 2011

More On Bararck's Death Panel

Here's Anthony Gregory's take:

It’s official. The American dystopia is here. Obama administration officials admit that the CIA assassination program that snuffed out Anwar al-Awlaki last Friday is guided by a secret panel that decides who lives and dies. According to Reuters:
American militants like Anwar al-Awlaki are placed on a kill or capture list by a secretive panel of senior government officials, which then informs the president of its decisions, according to officials.
There is no public record of the operations or decisions of the panel, which is a subset of the White House's National Security Council, several current and former officials said. Neither is there any law establishing its existence or setting out the rules by which it is supposed to operate.
Let that sink in. The U.S. presidency, supposed leader of the free world, has a clandestine committee that chooses American citizens to assassinate. This from the administration that promised unprecedented transparency and a ratcheting back of Bush-era civil liberties abuses. This from the president who vowed to restore habeas corpus and subject executive war powers to judicial scrutiny. This from the Nobel Peace Prize laureate.

Now who woulda thought that this White House would have its' own death panel so soon?

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

America The Police State

Looks like the events from last Friday bared more evidence.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Thursday, September 22, 2011

American Imperialism: How It All Began

If it weren't Southerners and Indians, then, it's Cubans and Filipinos

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Unquenchable Taste For Blood

Boy that General Sherman sure loved to massacre innocent men, women, and youngsters.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Fascism, American Style

Here's a look at how fascism has been implemented here in the US:

First, and this is key, we must look at the economic system. The liberals are proud to have had a role in creating its socially democratic elements. The conservatives are proud of America’s towering financial and military institutions. Republicans and Democrats all pretend America has a free enterprise system, attacking greedy profiteers while crediting themselves for the benefits of capitalism, blaming laissez faire for all our problems while dissonantly congratulating themselves for having supplanted it with sensible regulation and safety nets once and for all.

The dirty little secret is that there has been a bipartisan project of corporatism, the economic underpinning of fascism, for almost a century. The regulatory bureaus, the banking establishment, agricultural policy, telecommunications planning, even the welfare state all enrich corporate interests, but at the ultimate direction of the state. One could say this arrangement was foreshadowed in Lincoln or even Hamilton. But it was during the World Wars and New Deal that the nation embarked upon something decisively fascistic.

Hitler, Mussolini, and the other fascists all employed a general approach of co-opting the market through huge governmental takeovers of industry while maintaining the pretense of private property. Along with this came interventions that would be considered socialistic in other contexts. Lew Rockwell very nicely summed up the economic programs of Hitler, which mirror the great prides of Progressive politics of the 20th century:

He suspended the gold standard, embarked on huge public works programs like Autobahns, protected industry from foreign competition, expanded credit, instituted jobs programs, bullied the private sector on prices and production decisions, vastly expanded the military, enforced capital controls, instituted family planning, penalized smoking, brought about national health care and unemployment insurance, imposed education standards, and eventually ran huge deficits. The Nazi interventionist program was essential to the regime's rejection of the market economy and its embrace of socialism in one country.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Here's Something...

That should make you sick and angry as hell.

All brought to you by the Amerikan SS-----uuhhh----The Department of Homeland Security.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

End Of An Era

The Peace, Freedom, and Sound Money candidate will be better able to concentrate on winning the GOP nomination for President and unseating President Moussobama.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Otto von Habsburg, R. I. P.

Otto von Habsburg, son of the last ruler of the old Austro-Hungarian Empire, and friend of Ludwig von Mises, has passed away at age 98.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

You Might Say...

Imperial Germany was the birthplace of modern American "Progressivism."

Saturday, June 18, 2011

How About Them Apples?

Chalk up one for the Peace, Freedom, and Sound Money candidate.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Patriotism vs. Nationalism

Yes, boys and girls, there is a heluva differnce.

Friday, May 13, 2011

It's Official

The Peace, Freedom, and Sound Money candidate made it official on Friday.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

When You Celebrate "Earth Day,"

You're also celebrating Vladimir Lenin's birthday.  The real aims and goals of the Watermelons is to kill off countless millions of people, abolish private enterprise, and abolish private property, plain and simple.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Abe Lincoln Invaded The South Only To Free The Slaves

The truth is that the above title is a pile of bovine excrement.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt

Great war presidents.

More like great war criminals, just like Dishonest Abe.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Pro Libertate: The War Machine on the East River

Pro Libertate: The War Machine on the East River

Not only another valid argument for withdrawal of this country from the UN, but hopefully, this column would open people's eyes not only in the US, but abroad as well that the UN is, in fact, and always has been, an instrument for global warfare as well as global tyranny.

Friday, March 4, 2011

War IS A Racket

Here's the text of a 1933 speech delivered by US Marine Corps General Smedley Butler.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Vladimir Illyich Nixon

Or was it Richard Milhous Lenin?  

Well, here proof that price controls don't work:  

Nixon’s wage and price controls included a freeze on wages, prices, rents, and extended to calling for a freeze of corporate dividends. He also announced the creation of a "Cost of Living Council," that would be run by Donald Rumsfeld and his deputy Dick Cheney. Although Nixon’s August 1971 announcement was for a 90-day price freeze, the program went through four separate phases that lasted ten time that long, until April 1974. An iatrogenic disease is one introduced by the treatment of a physician. If rising prices were the ailment from which the economy suffered, Nixon’s prescription of wage and price controls proved to be bad medicine with its own iatrogenic disease. Its most debilitating symptom? Shortages.
Costs of some raw materials such as cotton were allowed to rise, but the costs of finished products made of those materials were not. So the finished goods were not made. Store shelves emptied. Farmers discovered it cost more to raise poultry than they could recoup selling it at the controlled prices. Chickens were drowned before they consumed more costly feed. The same thing happened with ranchers and feedlots that would lose money bringing cattle to market at the controlled prices. There were low prices for beef posted in the supermarkets, but the meat counters were empty. Because Nixon was afraid of political reaction to the creation of swarms of officers and price inspectors crawling under the tables and peering from behind curtains at every American business transaction, he styled the mandatory price controls as "voluntary." But they were only voluntary in the sense that paying income taxes is "voluntary." And he held the threat of IRS audits over businesses that failed to comply.

Another chapter from the bitter legacy of the Central Bank.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

More Evidence

That "public" schools have turned into police state prisons.

Things have gotten so bad that it doesn’t even take a toy gun to raise the ire of school officials. A high school sophomore was suspended for violating the school’s no-cell-phone policy after he took a call from his father, a master sergeant in the U.S. Army who was serving in Iraq at the time. A 12-year-old New York student was hauled out of school in handcuffs for doodling on her desk with an erasable marker. In Houston, an 8th grader was suspended for wearing rosary beads to school in memory of her grandmother (the school has a zero tolerance policy against the rosary, which the school insists can be interpreted as a sign of gang involvement). Six-year-old Cub Scout Zachary Christie was sentenced to 45 days in reform school after bringing a camping utensil to school that can serve as a fork, knife or spoon. And in Oklahoma, school officials suspended a first grader simply for using his hand to simulate a gun.

What these incidents, all the result of overzealous school officials and inflexible zero tolerance policies, make clear is that we have moved into a new paradigm in America where young people are increasingly viewed as suspects and treated as criminals by school officials and law enforcement alike.

Uncle Adolf and Uncle Joe would be so proud.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

How The Fed Fuels Unemployment

Author Thomas J. DiLorenzo testified on Wednesday before the Committe on Financial Services, Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology.

The Great Deporter

Here's another shattering blow to the Myth of (Dis)Honest Abe.

Pro Libertate: Let's Play "Name That Arab Despotism"!

Pro Libertate: Let's Play "Name That Arab Despotism"!

I wonder what's next, a new TV game show entiled "Where's Hosni?"

Monday, February 7, 2011

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Ronald Reagan

Perhaps ol' Dutch wasn't exactly what he was cracked up to be.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Saviors In Uniform?


Could this happen here?

Monday, January 24, 2011

Monday, January 17, 2011

The Cult of Sanctified Violence


Once again, Will Grigg hit the target.

Nice Try

Still, I would rather see the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967 repealed, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting abolished, the setasides for non-commercial broadcasting stations (both radio and television) done away with, and in fact, the FCC abolished and the airwaves treated like private property.

The creation of the Federal Radio (later Communications) Commission  was one way to get arount the Constitutional prohibition on Congress passing any anti-free speech laws concerning broadcasting.

What the congressman from Colorado is proposing is still only a baby step toward total freedom for broadcasters.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Arizona Shooting Aftermath

Tyrants, or would-be tyrants, love to exploit tragedy for their own nefarious, statist, political gains.

They largely have an incredible dislike for opposition to what is state-approved.

They suck.

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