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  1. (9) A Libertarian Atheists Perspective 11/20/14
  2. (8) This Is Why Rand Paul Is Hillary Clinton's Worst Nightmare 11/20/14
  3. (6) Patriots headed to White House, not leaving until Obama is arrested... 11/20/14
  4. (5) An Impeachable Offense-Obama's Executive Amnesty Order Disaster coming Thursday! 11/19/14
  5. (4) – 60,000 in U.S. said to Live in Slave-Like Conditions 11/20/14
  6. (4) Oldies behaving badly ~ Sex and drugs and getting old 11/20/14
  7. (4) This is What a High School Football Game Looks Like In a Police State 11/20/14
  8. (3) Security Guard Confuses Drone with UFO and Shoots it Down ! 11/20/14
  9. (3) Rand Paul: No ‘Bigger Defender of Minority Rights in the Congress than Myself’ 11/20/14
  10. (3) Sometimes It's hard to be a good person 11/14/14
  11. (3) Rand Paul Just Had A Sitdown With Al Sharpton this Morning (Great Pic) 11/20/14
  12. (2) Rand Paul Interviewed by Salon.com 11/20/14
  13. (2) FLASHBACK: Pres. Obama agrees he doesnt have the power of Executive Amnesty 11/20/14
  14. (2) "I'm leaving are you coming with me?" 11/16/14
  15. (2) A Chance To Celebrate A Little Victory Together - "global Warming" Going Down In Flames Starting Soon 2:42 Mdt 11/20/14

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Sen. Coburn: “you could see instances of anarchy.. You could see violence”; Armed Patriots Headed to White House to Arrest Obama

Sen. Coburn: “you could see instances of anarchy.. You could see violence”; Armed Patriots Headed to White House to Arrest Obama

PoliticsUSBy: Joshua Cook Nov 20, 2014

U.S. Tom Coburn told USA Today that if President Obama violates the U.S. Constitution and grants amnesty to illegal aliens, the reaction to his executive order may turn violent.

16 votes

An Impeachable Offense-Obama's Executive Amnesty Order Disaster coming Thursday!

This NEWS should be on the front page of DP!

If Obama uses this felonious "Executive Order" to implement his own Immigration Order, that will be the most in your face thing he's done yet. This would be grounds for IMMEDIATE IMPEACHMENT.

And, I would expect nothing less from the Congress & Senate to do so. And at the least they should pulverize it with a counter-bill to nullify it.

"John Harwood of CNBC and the New York Times reports that President Obama's executive amnesty order is coming Friday in Las Vegas."

14 votes

Rand Paul Just Had A Sitdown With Al Sharpton this Morning (Great Pic)

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), who is likely running for president in 2016, had a meeting with the Rev. Al Sharpton in Washington, D.C. Thursday morning. Both men characterized the conversation as an attempt to foster dialoque across party lines.

"It was a very candid and courteous conversation. We pledged to continue to have such conversations where conservatives and progressives can have dialogue and break the log jam in American discussion," Sharpton said in a statement.

12 votes

New Dark Journalist: Breakaway 2.0 - Black Budget and Post War Nazi International with Dr. Joseph Farrell


http://youtu.be/iAihkWQvpUM

Join Dark Journalist and his special guest Oxford Scholar and prolific author Dr. Joseph Farrell for part two of a fascinating discussion as they reveal the hidden dealings of a secret breakaway group operating inside the national security state with covert knowledge of UFOs, black budget finances, advanced technology, and a post war Nazi International.

36 votes

VIDEO: Grandmas Smoke Weed for the First Time

These grandmas getting high is classic. Not only are they hilarious, but they demonstrate the harmless effects of marijuana. In my opinion they do a pretty good job representing the true nature of it and how easily it could fit into society.


http://youtu.be/IRBAZJ4lF0U

38 votes

Homeschool Parents Tasered, Sprayed, Handcuffed—as Kids Watch

On November 14, 2014, Home School Legal Defense Association filed a federal civil-rights lawsuit against Chief Sheriff’s Deputy David Glidden and Sheriff Darren White of the sheriff’s department of Nodaway County, Missouri. The suit charges Glidden and White with unlawfully forcing their way into the home of HSLDA members Laura and Jason Hagan on September 30, 2011, in violation of their Fourth Amendment rights.

http://app.response.hslda.org/e/es.aspx?s=775692352&e=255407...

34 votes

Guess What? Rand Paul was CORRECT to vote AGAINST the USA 'Freedom' Act, crafted by the Same Author of the USA 'Patriot' Act!

Guess What? It's a TRAP!!

http://youtu.be/yLldVtS-G04

Have y'all read the bill, as proposed??

Like the 'Patriot' Act, just because they advertise it to be X, Y, Z, don't mean scheisse. It's not a reform, when it's a 'reform.'

In case it wasn't clear how legalese is applied in reality is NEVER how it's advertised: 'not citing' name & number, while NOT STOP COLLECTING CONTENT of the communication, does not constitute cessation of collection of meta-data, as advertised & claimed, in govt terrorist-speak.

15 votes

Liberty Is the Politics of Love

You know you love someone when you want for them what they want for themselves.

The three little words that really convey this sentiment are not, “I love you “, which can mean all kinds of things to all kinds of people; rather they are, “As you wish”.

Love is kind, expansive, proactive, and fundamentally non-constraining. And although some of us may disagree on a positive definition of love, we can surely all agree about what it is not: restricting, compelling, imposing, or violating the right of another to pursue his own happiness and self-actualization. Those characteristics attach to something altogether incompatible with love - and that is Fear.

38 votes

Prosecutor Will Go to Jail for Wrongfully Convicting an Innocent Man

For the First Time Ever, a Prosecutor Will Go to Jail for Wrongfully Convicting an Innocent Man

20 votes

The Powers That Shouldn't Be

The Powers That Shouldn't Be

The powers that shouldn't be,
Enslave you and me,
From the thug with the badge and gun,
To the president, the selected one.

Doctors and Big Pharma culling the herd,
With treatments deadly and absurd,
Yet foods that create and promote health,
Are banned from the shelf,
Monsanto and the state,
Are determined to depopulate.

The powers that shouldn't be,
Are monitoring you and me,
Eavesdropping on what we say,
Everywhere is the NSA.

Gun control is the plan today,
Tomorrow take them all away,
Monopoly of force is their goal,

19 votes

I Feel So Guilty

I feel so guilty.

The last few days I've listened to more Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Fox News, and even tonight watched Bill O'Reilly. I never do that.

It's not because I like Fox, or any of these clowns. I agree with very little of what they stand for (and what they stand for is very little). It's because of this Gruber thing. They're onto it, ripping into Gruber like junkyard dogs and I revel in the mayhem. I want to see Gruber taken down and humiliated. I want to see the administration and everyone associated with it who supported the Affordable Care Act eat crow. I feel like I did in the year 2000 when I was a neocon and watched Fox News endlessly. I feel sick. Blah.

15 votes

The Spirit of Sauntering: Thoreau on the Art of Walking and the Perils of a Sedentary Lifestyle

The Spirit of Sauntering: Thoreau on the Art of Walking and the Perils of a Sedentary Lifestyle
By: Maria Popova
Why “every walk is a sort of crusade.”

“Go out and walk. That is the glory of life,” Maira Kalman exhorted in her glorious visual memoir. A century and a half earlier, another remarkable mind made a beautiful and timeless case for that basic, infinitely rewarding, yet presently endangered human activity.

Henry David Thoreau was a man of extraordinary wisdom on everything from optimism to the true meaning of “success” to the creative benefits of keeping a diary to the greatest gift of growing old. In his 1861 treatise Walking, penned seven years after Walden, he sets out to remind us of how that primal act of mobility connects us with our essential wildness, that spring of spiritual vitality methodically dried up by our sedentary civilization.