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26 votes

Immigration reform is a red herring

While I vowed to myself that I would quit writing about politics, I cannot sit idly by as I witness fellow libertarians nibble on the devil's candy.

The deafening call to "secure the borders" is a red herring. How could one believe otherwise? When has the marble building occupiers of Washington DC had the best interests of the People in mind?

11 votes

Awesome: Hyundai's new ‘anti-speed camera technology’ coming to cars in 2015

Korean auto maker Hyundai has developed technology that will warn you when you approach a stretch of road that’s covered by speed cameras. And if you happen to miss the warning for some reason, the car will gently apply the brakes for you and automatically slow the car down to the posted speed limit.

If you’re wondering if this technology will run afoul of the law in states where radar detectors are illegal, the answer is probably not. Why not a yes or no?

19 votes

JP Morgan director kills his wife, then himself

A bank executive from London shot his wife dead before turning the gun on himself.

Julian Knott, 45, an executive director for JP Morgan, shot 47-year-old Alita repeatedly, police said.

The father-of-three was found dead alongside her in their home in Jefferson Township, New Jersey, on Sunday. He had worked in the City for almost 20 years before moving to the US in December 2012.

17 votes

VIDEO: How would you like to be married to this sweetie?

VIDEO: How would you like to be married to this sweetie?

Wow! This woman is a bit out of control and out of a lot more things. Guess they will have to start serving Nuggets earlier! Can you believe this?

This is the most bizarre behavior and at 6:30 am.. You are not going to believe this video . . . How would you like to be married to this sweetie?

Woman goes ballistic when a McDonalds employee in the morning doesn't have Chicken McNuggets…

10 votes

Anyone on the DP a half serious woodworking hobbyist?

When I am not at work or on the DP, my passion is weekend woodworking. I am starting to get a halfway versatile tool collection together and eventually plan to have every piece of furniture in my house be self built. I am no pro, but I have accumulated a lot of theoretical knowledge through watching youtube videos.

I recently built my son a bed and corner tv stand painted in Seattle Seahawks colors (indoctrination starts young). With the nightly jam sessions for the musicians among us, I thought those of us that create art through wood might be interested in sharing ideas.

7 votes

Government & Factions

Originally published - Mon, 06/03/2013 - 21:21, under the title "Government (I spent a lot of time on this please read it all the way through)"

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I started writing this 6 years ago. This was a concept that i had before a found that there were liberty minded individuals in this country, although my understanding of freedom and inalienable rights differ from the general consensus Please read it and critique. I posted another lengthy post year a month ago and it got very little reception. I would go elsewhere but i am not sure where my ideas might be accepted. I spent a lot of time on it and i think it offers a different perspective on the ideas of natural rights:

It ought to be asserted that no political entity has ever managed or regulated man as capably and competently as the individual has managed himself. This basic human instinct has caused humankind to prevail over every menace to her existence. Throughout the ages the will of man, most importantly the will of the individual has set mankind on a path of remarkable advancement. Advancement in all fields in fact, to the extent that through most paradigms history is characterized by advancement and progression. The indomitable spirit of man, coupled with his ability to understand his own suffering and the reason to employ means through which to prevent it, has caused the ascendancy of an existence the likes of which nature has never seen. To incorporate this into the larger scheme, one must consider the implications of man's aptitude for success. It is an accomplishment of mankind inasmuch as mankind shares the same characteristics as its elements. For the ascendancy of mankind is a direct answer to the ability of the individual to attain his own ends. The unification of individuals is as much a product of reason as their competition against one another. It is an arrangement, an intangible contract between a people that outlines the manner in which their coalescence will benefit the private interest of the singular. No man would submit to the will of another man arbitrarily. This invaluable check on mankind ensures his interdependence on each and every aspect of his environment. The individual good precedes the greater good. The greater good is its consequence.

16 votes

Positive Vibes and the Daily Paul

I just have to say, I LOVE the positive vibes lately! Thanks!

10 votes

DHS Social Media Working Group bill passes House

On the 8th of July, The House passed a bill it calls the "Social Media Working Group" bill that will give DHS authorization to create a new working group that will provide guidance and best practices for social media during an emergency. I put in the roll call vote at the bottom, too.

See it all at:

29 votes

Why the hell is everybody complaining about Obama?

The Senate SUCKS just as bad, if not worse!

The conservative news channels want to blame obama and, HELL YES, he IS to blame.

But lets don't forget the other branches of our worthless government. The other guys with the 12% approval, excuse me, 88% DISAPPROVAL rating.

The NOT so supreme court also SUCKS!

There are 545 people responsible for EVERYTHING WRONG with this country. Not just one although he sucks, clearly, without a plan.


9 votes

VIDEO: Sen. Rand Paul Appears on CNN's New Day to Discuss the REDEEM Act - 7/10/14

VIDEO: Sen. Rand Paul Appears on CNN's New Day to Discuss the REDEEM Act - 7/10/14


28 votes

ABC News tells viewers that scenes of destruction in Gaza are in Israel

by Rania Khalek on Wed, 07/09/2014
Diane Sawyer Misrepresents Footage of Palestinian Bombing Victims as Israelis

More than fifty Palestinians have been killed and another 450 wounded since Monday in Israel’s ongoing assault on the besieged Gaza Strip, dubbed “Operation Protective Edge” by the Israeli army.

As usual, mainstream media outlets are straining to paint Israel as the victim, defending its people against irrational Palestinian rocket fire.

13 votes

New Kansas law would make complaints against police "proven false" a felony

The Kansas House Standing Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice has introduced a bill that will require private citizens who file complaints against police officers to sign an affidavit, acknowledging that if their allegations are proven false, they can be charged with perjury, which is a felony charge.

Furthermore, this bill prohibits a Kansas law enforcement agency from opening an investigation into a complaint if another law enforcement agency has already investigated the complaint and found in favor of the officer.

9 votes

The People know they aren't really free

Despite the State pretending otherwise via mainstream talking heads, the People now are coming to realize how severe the encroachment on freedom has been over the last decade here in the united States. Perhaps, they may even begin Startpaging "Jekyll Island" or "Iran 1953" and finally see the long train of abuses extend far beyond the last 10 years, and many of the "problems" faced today are simply blowback.

13 votes

How books are banned in the United States

We don't burn books in America, can't do that because that would expose the hatred of the First Amendment.

No, we do it in a much "smarter" way. Here's how we go about keeping truth's concealed.