Lately I've been pondering the government's (specifically the federal government's) role in abortion and I wanted to get all your thoughts so I can better formulate my own thoughts on the subject.
I believe that abortion is murder and that it is wrong. I realize not everybody believes that, but that's not necessarily my question.
IF... abortion is murder, then why wouldn't the federal government make a law against it?
Now, I know what you're thinking, because one side of my brain is thinking it too.
CNN: Does Smoking Pot Cause Man Boobs?
By Dr. Anthony Youn, CNN Contributor
December 5, 2013 -- Updated 1228 GMT (2028 HKT)
CNN) -- A young man in his 20s -- let's call him George -- sits across from me in the exam room.
"Dr. Youn," he says, "I have man boobs."
I notice a not-so-unfamiliar smell wafting from his body. It's the same odor that floated my way during a rock concert I recently attended.
"How long have you had a problem with this, George?"
"Hard to say. But it seems to have gotten worse over the past year or so."
The goal, of course, being to force the government to recognize the legitimacy of Bitcoins. If the government accepts them, it means "official" recognition of Bitcoin as a means of payment. The question is also what would they do with the bitcoins? Would they exchange it, would they spend it, etc?
I suppose they could refuse to accept them and then claim the tax bill was unpaid. How would that argument work out in court? What are the implications of a court declaration that such method of payment was valid?
How exactly does one send bitcoins to the IRS?
I just watched Obama lie to millions of people. It is impossible for me to sit still while watching him spew such filth. I know this is mostly pointless and not going to change anything, but it gave me something to do for a short period.
I created a petition at petitions.whitehouse.gov for Obama to hold a press conference with people who have been hurt, stolen from, etc from Obamacare. Please sign and share.
Would you be more inclined to look in that section first if it were distinguished from the rest of the product?
Would you like to see this in a local store?
Do you think this could cause societal pressure and a trend toward buying more U.S. made products?
Do you own a store and would you experiment with this as the owner?
Bloomberg / Businessweek: How Patents Tell the Tale of the Booming U.S. Gun Market
By Paul M. Barrett December 02, 2013
Here’s my favorite gun-nerd dispatch in quite a while, courtesy of the eagle-eye intellectual-property mavens at Bloomberg News:
“Gunmakers such as Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. (SWHC) and Sturm, Ruger & Co. (RGR) are boosting firearms sales by building weapons that are more accurate and easier to use, with gun-related U.S. patents at a 35-year high.
Please express your thoughts regarding the letter below. I will be submitting via US certified, return-receipt and restricted delivery mail next week. Thank you in advance for any and all interest in my concerns regarding GMO's.
November 13, 2013
Attn: Hugh Grant, CEO
800 N. Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63167
To the direct and sole attention of Hugh Grant, Chief Executive Officer of Monsanto,
I'm looking for that graph that was on Ron Paul's campaign booklets that showed our currency and how inflation increased and the value of the dollar decreased after the Fed took power in 1913. I'm trying to wake some people up and this graph would really help me!
We all know about Litecoin and if you are paying attention it has been spectacular in its rise in price recently. That being said, what other cheap crypto currencies are you looking at?
I recently cashed out a litecoin and bought several Mincoins.
They promise a 1 minute transaction time, which is the fastest I have seen so far...
What do you guys think?
"American BAR Association (and its State alter-egos) has, for all intents and purposes, taken over our entire federal, state, and local governments" (source linked below).
I don't see enough attention on the DailyPaul paid to this fundamental and large piece of the loss-of-liberty puzzle.
The recently popular acts of "The Mountain Man" (The Living Man aka Ernie Wayne Tertelgte, DailyPaulLinks: here & here) only makes sense if you understand the over-arching control of the American BAR Association.
Begins with 9/11. goes through biblical history and claims that all the biblical figures were actually Pharaohs. she has a bit of a whiny voice. If there's any chance of finding it it's you guys.
It's about the production quality of the original zeitgeist.
As a graduate of 2008, I have been dumped into the worst economy this country has seen in recent years. Since then I have worked 4 jobs, all for states and the Federal Government. My username might just clue you in on my profession, but to make it blatantly obvious I have been a Park Ranger of the non-lethal variety.
I'm worried their 401k, pretty much all their savings that they worked so long and hard for, could/will one day be wiped out.
It's going to be just about impossible to ever convince liberals to be fiscally responsible in any meaningful way. The only way this could be accomplished is to simply prevent them from access to financing of any kind. The fact that they have the fed printing a limitless supply of money is just the tip of the iceberg. Take a look at this article, in response to a very fiscally sound discussion of another http://www.equipmentworld.com/fast-train-to-nowhere-5-reason... , about the California Highspeed Rail Boondoggle: