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46 votes

WOW - Michael Scheuer Destroys Peter King and Other Israeli Lovers

This Argument Is AWESOME.

You must watch and spread far and wide!

Finally, a neocon war hawk is DESTROYED by Michael Schuer!

18 votes

Henry Kissinger Op Ed at WSJ: "The Assembly of a New World Order"

All I can say is: unbelievable. Why would all those crackpots out there think there is anything called a "new world order"?

http://online.wsj.com/articles/the-assembly-of-a-new-world-o...

Here is a quote:

The contemporary quest for world order will require a coherent strategy to establish a concept of order within the various regions and to relate these regional orders to one another.

Henry Kissinger must be a conspiracy theorist.

18 votes

Santorum Slams Rand Paul For Advocating ‘Obama’s Failed Isolationism’

by Alex Pappas
4:36 PM 08/28/2014

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum on Thursday sharply criticized fellow Republican Rand Paul, accusing him of advocating a foreign policy similar to “Obama’s failed isolationism.”

15 votes

Cop Replies To Email While Driving And Kills Man, Will Not Face Charges

Prosecutors in California have declined to file charges against a sheriff’s deputy who struck and killed Milton Olin. Olin was a sixty-five-year-old prominent entertainment attorney and former chief operating officer of the online file-sharing service Napster.

Deputy Andrew Wood was distracted by his mobile digital computer and he allowed his patrol car to drift into the bike lane where he struck and killed the bike riding Olin.

From the Daily Mail Online:

27 votes

Update: Kent Hovind gets more charges, Eric Holder to prosecute. Government doesn't want him out of prison.

Personally Kent Hovind is the man who brought me to the liberty movement and now that he is about out of prison the state is taking him back to court to give him more prison time.

http://www.kenthovindblog.com/?p=1078

Eric Holder is bringing charges against Kent for frivolous law suits
http://2peter3.com/Blogs/8_19_Update.pdf

If you want to see some of the charges read this. http://2peter3.com/Blogs/22Update.pdf

After you read the lawsuits Kent has filed I would imagine even the Hovind hates in the liberty movement will come to like him.

12 votes

Goals

I gave my kids a bath about a half hour ago and put them in bed... normally my wife handles bath time, but my daughter's birthday is tomorrow and my wife ran out to get some last minute stuff for a small family gathering we'll host tomorrow night.

I set this goal when my wife left to run errands to try to do something to make her life a little easier before she got back. Bath time was a small thing... 15-20 minutes, not a ton of effort involved... but it made my wife smile and hey, that was the ultra-simple short-term goal.

3 votes

Why bombing ISIS could make it more of a threat to the US

Why is the United States bombing the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)? The obvious answer is that the US wants to kick ISIS out of the territory it conquered. But that answer raises a more fundamental question: Why is it worth going to war to boot the violent Islamist group out of land that's thousands of miles away from the US?

There are two obvious answers. One is humanitarian: ISIS is evil, and they shouldn't be allowed to slaughter civilians and destabilize the region with impunity. Another is self-interested: ISIS' caliphate is the world's greatest safe-haven for violent jihadis, the kind of place that could spawn another 9/11-style plot.

9 votes

It's Coming ...

9- 11 is coming ~ September the ( expletive deleted ) eleventh

The Day Liberty was taken behind the woodshed and beaten to within a inch of its life.

This collectivist nationalist federal holiday - Remind yourselves
( just in case you need it ) that this government has done,is doing and will do things that are ( to most ) unconscionable

recommend watching: Zero, Loose Change, How the Ron Paul Revolution watered the withered tree of liberty ...

This is Sovereign signing off for a few days

18 votes

Security at the Emergency Room

I took my little kid to the emergency room this morning. There was a black armored car outside and they asked to look in my purse at the security check point as I entered. I put my bag down and opened it, and then snapped it closed and said this is offensive, I'm here to take my child to the emergency room. I walked passed them and stood in line to check in. I heard them talking about me to their supervisor as I stood in line. After I checked in, a second guy approached and said I was supposed to go through security.

11 votes

Politics in Idaho For The Disinterested

I have not been paying close attention to politics for a while now. I have not even had regular internet access for several months. While the local paper is very prompt about letting me know who went to Ontario to go shopping or who had a grandchild up for a visit, they really don't cover much news beyond this little corner of the world. Before delving into the summer on the farm, I had heard rumor of ruckus at the State Convention a "floor fight." Of course "Ron Paul" or his supporters are never mentioned, we are lumped in with "TEA Party" (which sort of gets under my skin...

23 votes

Monsanto's Worst Nightmare Coming True: The Rise of GMO Labeling

Activists against GMOs just might take down the biotech giants after all. GMO labeling could soon be a sweet reality.

Last week, Colorado broke a new record by bringing 16,950 signatures to a GMO labeling campaign for fall’s election, more than double the qualifying signatures needed to make sure that GMO labeling is on the ballot. This huge message to Monsanto accompanies a similar campaign in Oregon, all while the biotech industry awaits approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for more Agent Orange chemicals (2,4-D) to be used where glyphosate has failed.

10 votes

Historical European Martial Arts

I have always been fascinated by swordplay. Most of you who know me, know that I am a traditionalist by nature. It wasn't something I decided rationally. More, I was a product of my environment and my upbringing. Naturally as a child, while the neighbors were playing cops and robbers or cowboys and Indians, I was playing Robin Hood and Peter Pan. While folks were playing 007: Goldeneye on their Nintendo 64's, I was trying to track down the original Nintendo version of Final Fantasy 1.

As I grew to become more cogent and grounded in reality, I shed a lot of the escapism that I used to safeguard myself from the conditions of a traumatic childhood. I became someone who was fully grounded in reality with a passion for the here and now; as opposed to someone with an irrational desire to live in the past, ignoring those frightful aspects that progress has shielded us from having to face.

Disclaimer: This is my personality. Not an attack on other peoples hobbies. I appreciate that I am limited to my own perspective. No need to defend yours.