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- (3) Denver International Airport finally admits role as secret elite bunker 04/01/15
- (3) Fireworks! Buchanan vs Hannity on Iran 04/02/15
- (2) Congress Passes New Top Secret Homeland Terrorism Preparedness Bill (HR8791) 04/02/15
- (2) Charlie Rose interview with Bashar al Assad the other day. 03/30/15
- (1) Guy Ask's The Cop That Shot Him Why He Shot Him, Cop Responds "You're Lucky I Didn't Shoot You In The Head" 04/01/15
- (1) I am niijii, My Name is Tim Walsh, I am Peace, I am Friend 04/01/15
- (1) Monica Lewinsky tapped by Barbara Walters to bring the mojo back to The View 04/01/15
- (1) Why I Took A Month Off 03/19/15
- (1) The official 2016 Hillary Clinton Campaign button 04/01/15
- (1) Police Abuse of Uber Driver in New York City Caught on YouTube 03/31/15
- (1) U.S. Army Musician Explains Why He Is Seeking Conscientious Objector Status on the Lions of Liberty Podcast 04/01/15
- (1) If You're Not Free to Discriminate, You're Not Free -Peter Schiff 04/01/15
The Last Hour
"The mark of a free society is its ability to tolerate intolerance. Even if discrimination is offensive the right to do so must be protected"
Denver International Airport mistakenly made public a page intended for only the elite. This is from DIA's official site!!!!!!
I've seen Assad interviewed before and he always seems very poignant and eloquent.
Charlie, as always, tries to steer the discussion towards MSM/Government propaganda and Assad clearly sees right through this.
Popularly, attaining true liberty is painted as being an arduous and only distantly possible realization. While I don't claim that it won't be arduous, I will claim that freedom is attainable at the whim of the masses. More accurately, freedom is attainable at the whim of only a fraction of the masses. Only one vow separates humanity from freedom:
I will not participate in evil.
Published on Mar 30, 2015
Police abuse of Uber driver in New York City. In an unmarked car, the policeman was allegedly attempting to park without using his blinker at a green light. (His reverse lights weren't on. Likely double parked without hazards on.) The Uber driver pulled around and gestured that he should use his blinker, casually and non-offensively, and kept driving us. The policeman aggressively pulls up behind us and this is what happens.
(This occurred just before 2pm on the West side of Manhattan, in police precinct 6, on March 30th, 2015. The officer did not identify himself, but he had a New York license plate: GSS 8891)
Amid the frenzy of unwavering support or opposition to the RFRA, what many passionate sideliners are forgetting in the conversation is the fact that there is already something in place which is a far better protector and promoter of everyone’s liberty equally: the Free Market. Both the zealous Christian and the liberal Leftie would do well to remember that what one side cheers, applauds, and legislates today against an issue they may not agree with, the opposing group may cheer, applaud and legislate tomorrow when suppressing the liberty of the opposing group they equally do not agree with. With such continuous and constant protective legislation being written into law, soon enough, no one will have any individual rights left and all that will remain are laws regarding what can be said, done, purchased, and even thought by Americans in the land of the not-so free.
By Andrew Griffin | Tuesday 31 March 2015
A new report claims that Facebook secretly installs tracking cookies on users’ computers, allowing them to follow users around the internet even after they’ve left the website, deleted their account and requested to be no longer followed.
Academic researchers said that the report showed that the company was breaking European law with its tracking policies. The law requires that users are told if their computers are receiving cookies except for specific circumstances.
Facebook’s tracking — which it does so that it can tailor advertising — involves putting cookies or small pieces of software on users’ computers, so that they can then be followed around the internet. Such technology is used by almost every website, but European law requires that users are told if they are being given cookies or being tracked. Companies don’t have to tell users if the cookies are required to connect to a service or if they are needed to give the user information that they have specifically requested.
The Romans invented indoor plumbing. It took America in the late 20th century to uninvent it.
The fateful year was 1994, when the federal government mandated that all toilets manufactured and sold in the U.S. have tanks no bigger than 1.6 gallons. It was the new prohibitionism. Gradually over the coming years, the toilets stopped working as they once did.
U.S. Army Musician Explains Why He Is Seeking Conscientious Objector Status on the Lions of Liberty PodcastSubmitted by Marc Clair on Wed, 04/01/2015 - 13:20
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I welcome in fellow podcast host, James Newcomb of the Outside the Music Box podcast. James describes how he first found his passion in music, and how that led to a job as a musician with the U.S. army. James then details how he became acquainted with libertarian ideas, and how those ideas began the questioning of his role in the U.S. Army, eventually leading to his request for a discharge under conscientious objector status. James and I discuss the process to attain this status, why James is taking this route instead of just walking away, and what military defense might look like in a more ideal world. James then describes how he has channelled his energy into the Outside the Music Box, and as usual I end the show with my wrap-up rant!
That looks about right :
China's new development bank, which was announced just five months ago, is becoming a massive headache for the US.
By Mike Bird | Business Insider
Try as it might, the US government can't persuade its allies to stop joining the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
The bank will be a bit like the World Bank, providing loans to developing countries in Asia for infrastructure projects.
Unlike the World Bank, China will hold the reins of the AIIB. The US administration is publicly worried that the institution will not meet high governance standards, but it really seems opposed to the move because it signals a growing Chinese influence in the region and in global politics.