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- (6) Police Stop My Car :( 12/21/14
- (5) Anonymous added a video about Dr Paul 12/21/14
- (3) Gunman kills self after 2 NYPD cops shot dead ‘execution style’ as ‘revenge’ for Garner 12/20/14
- (3) Best Way Forward On 9/11? 11/28/14
- (3) Neil Gaiman Reading A Chistmas Carol, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays 12/20/14
- (3) Love wins in the end 12/21/14
- (2) Mod Suggestion Box 03/27/11
- (2) Senator Coburn - the God father of the TeaParty - Really?! 12/21/14
- (2) These are wise words to keep in mind this holiday season 12/21/14
- (2) The Good Times are Over 12/21/14
- (2) GATA Exposes Central Bank Silver and Gold Manipulation on USA Watchdog 12/21/14
- (2) My prayer for Chloe 12/21/14
- (2) The family with 34 children - and counting (I wish there was Love section on DP) 12/21/14
- (1) Holiday Wishes From The Fishes! 12/21/14
- (1) Ron Paul was Right on Cuba 12/18/14
The Last Hour
These are the opening and closing statements that helped bring Ron Paul VICTORY in the Amherst New York 2012 Republican Caucus. Sweet are those memories of the friends which created the atmosphere of that moment. Delivered by James Ostrowski Esq.
I have no idea why, but my Dad started watching Ron Paul videos on YouTube yesterday. I was in the living room a few feet away, and imagine my surprise when I heard Ron Paul's appearance on The View playing from Dad's computer speakers. He hates The View, and until yesterday, I was pretty sure he hated Ron Paul because Fox News told my Dad Ron Paul was anti-military (sigh). Just a couple of days ago he was lamenting the millions of GOP voters who stayed home rather than vote for Romney.
Love this; Rand on the Kelly File calls Rubio rude and intemperate; his interview starts at about 1:35. I can't seem to embed videos from Fox News so here is the link...if someone else can embed this, please do!
Jeane and Paul Briggs have 34 children - 29 of whom were adopted from other countries including Mexico, Ghana and Ukraine. Now their family is about to get even bigger.
In 1985, Jeane Briggs was at church when she was shown a photograph of a two-year-old boy. He was living in an orphanage in Mexico, was blind and had been beaten so badly that he was in a body cast - his legs were broken and he had suffered brain damage.
Marching in the streets all day long,
Writing a brilliant, passionate song,
Fighting injustice, opposing what's wrong,
Wondering why we're not that strong,
Wondering why with all of our reading,
We're being led and not leading,
Working real hard, doing all we can,
We're still ruled by Them and The Man,
Still trying to do better every day,
Still lost along the way,
Still searching for something new,
Still striving for the breakthrough,
It will come when you pray for me and I pray for you,
It will come when you pray for me and I pray for you.
What a twist that would be. Can't say as it'd surprise me but I would love to see all of our "goons" with egg on their collective faces...
I can't with full conscience blame the police totally for all the incidents that have recently taken place. From the killing of twelve year old Tamir Rice in Ohio, to the actions taken against protesters during Occupy Wall Street, the police are not the only ones to blame. I would even go further and say the police have very little blame placed upon them. The politicians are the ones to blame for one hundred percent of the events that have taken place these last few years. Sure, the police have some responsibility in a moral aspect to respect their fellow man and women by refusing to comply with the orders demanded by politicians even if that sacrifices their jobs. We the people also are to blame for demanding government do something about everything and not demanding them to do nothing about something.
Politicians are elected to govern within the restrictions set by the federal and state constitutions. For the last few decades or more, politicians have violated that restriction for political gain. They want the people to see that they are doing something. When something horrible happens, the politicians are right there to promise new laws and restrictions and the people allow this to happen.
The issue today with all these incidence involving police is a direct consequence of years of laws that are nonsense. From the war on drugs to the attempted soda ban, these are "laws" that create conflict. The politicians write the "laws" and they send the police to do their dirty work. Naturally, the ones who are seen as aggressors will hold the blame such as the police are now, and the politicians who caused the aggression will use the situation to their advantage when the people cry for them to do something, which is also happening now.
We've all seen a stone thrown into the water create ripples across the entire pond. And the ripples keep on going across the entire universe.
That is what that whole Beatles song was about, Across the Universe. Jai guru deva om (जय गुरुदेव ॐ), which roughly translates to: "Glory to the shining remover of darkness!"
Jai guru deva om. Be that stone. Go out and remove some darkness in the world. Don't wait for it to happen. Go out and do it, even if it is just for one person. Go make a positive ripple in this world.
In Liberty... JC444 @ 1:31
Stay vigilant, my friends... Peace!
Why Liberty Lives in New Hampshire - Marc Clair and Mike Vine Discuss on the Lions of Liberty Podcast!Submitted by Marc Clair on Thu, 12/18/2014 - 11:44
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I am joined by Mike Vine of the Free State Project to discuss the film “101 Reasons Liberty Lives in New Hampshire.” Mike describes how he became a libertarian at the young age of 13, and what eventually drove him to move to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project. Mike and I discuss a few of the reasons presented in the film, and how the Free State Project could be a model for creating political change in other states and even countries.