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- (3) A court case so secret, US Govt says it can't go on 03/30/15
- (2) Instagram deleting users posting anti establishment or liberty themed memes and photos 03/31/15
- (1) whatsinthefood.org 03/30/15
- (1) The biker, the lion and the reporter 03/31/15
- (1) 1,000-year-old onion and garlic eye remedy kills MRSA 03/30/15
- (1) "Society" 's Perception Problem About Libertarians... 03/30/15
- (1) Lindsey Graham promises to use military to keep congress in DC if president (audio) 03/11/15
- (1) Teen Libertarian Is Face of Brazil's Young Free-Market Right 03/30/15
The Last Hour
March 29, 2015 - Imagine that someone has wronged you, and you sue them.
Then the Government magically appears in court and asks that your suit be dismissed because, for reasons it won't tell you, state secrets might be dredged up in the course of the litigation.
You have no idea what they're talking about.
But after secret discussions with the judge from which both you and the defendant are excluded, the court dismisses your suit.
This Kafkaesque scenario couldn't happen in the U.S., right?
Not until Monday, it couldn't.
I am what you call an expert when it comes to windows and I can tell you folks to run with what this guy is saying and take a look at Linux.
Windows has more code to do with spying than running programs or simply copying files from “A” to “B”
its so fucked up that people like me have to hack the registry just to stop some of the windows services and that's even with an admin account.
In contrast to Texas legislation introduced by state representative Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) that would penalize a citizen for filming police activity within a proposed 15-foot area, lawmakers in Colorado have introduced a bill that would penalize police officers for obstructing, seizing or destroying citizen recording.
Can you say "freedom of association?
Here's the point. The government should not be in the business of forcing people together or forcing them apart. Such decisions should be made by the people involved, without third party coercion.
In fact, by law, all contracts are VOLUNTARY, and if shown to be entered into by force or coercion are, if challenged, avoided(legally cancelled) by courts.
You cannot force someone into a contract.
Microphone in hand and standing atop the sound truck, the raspy-voiced protest leader jabbed his finger into the air shouting for the ouster of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, igniting wild cheers from the crowd below him.
"What Lula and Dilma have done shouldn't just result in their being banned from politics. It should result in them being in jail!" Kim Kataguiri yelled, denouncing Rousseff and her predecessor, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
Many are disillusioned by Rand Paul’s concessions to mainstream politics.
By Ben Schreckinger | Politico | 3/26/15
As he pulls together his expected presidential campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire, Sen. Rand Paul is confronted by defections from an unexpected quarter: the die-hard idealists whose energy powered his father’s campaigns.
That network of committed supporters was expected to convey to Paul, the natural successor to Ron Paul’s libertarian movement, providing him with a plug-and-play ground organization in the make-or-break early voting states. But instead of embracing the Kentucky senator, many of those grass-roots activists are turning their backs on him, disillusioned by the younger Paul’s concessions to mainstream politics.
I’m in my early 30s. At some point in my lifetime car accidents will cease to be a thing.
Some of our great grandchildren will look back at our present day and wonder how we suffered through the carnage brought upon by the deadly automobile.
What used to take 45 minutes through busy traffic to go from your quaint suburban home to your urban job will get cut down to 5 and you can do something productive, something besides driving, while you're on your way.
The technology is already here and available--it just needs to be integrated to create a new high-tech system, or network, of roads.
Think of the individual cars on the road as data being sent from one place to another. In the present day system each unit of data, each car, has a destination in mind and knows how to get there, but bandwidth problems (traffic jams) along the way can't be dealt with until they arise. Traffic jams occur because individual data (each driver) cannot communicate with all of the other active data points (other drivers) simultaneously.
The Future of Freedom: A Feature Interview with NSA Whistleblower William Binney
Scientists recreated a 9th Century Anglo-Saxon remedy using onion, garlic and part of a cow's stomach.
They were "astonished" to find it almost completely wiped out staphylococcus aureus, otherwise known as MRSA.
Their findings will be presented at a national microbiology conference.
Colorado nullified federal law (10th Amendment) in 2012 with the passing of Amendment 64. More people voted to legalize marijuana in Colorado, than voted for Barack Obama.
Colorado leads the way in sovereignty - allowing citizens to choose for themselves what the eat, drink, and use as medicine (like cannabis, cannabidiol, or CBD)! Come be a part of the medicine freedom revolution!
Liberty-lovers, this is a great opportunity to reach more people with your message while potentially helping people who really need it!
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana is called discriminatory by its detractors and essential by its supporters. But are both of these groups missing the real point? Ron Paul explains...