DP Original

2 votes

A BILL3 Political Primer

An answer to the awful, elusive, perennial question: After he has destroyed all political beliefs, what does he believe?

Here I provide Micah with some cautious, provisional dart throws at some ghostly shadows of reflections of concrete ideas.


9 votes

WA-04 LIBERTY Candidate Gavin Seim: Reflecting on Being at the Battle of Bunkerville.

Our WA-04 Liberty Candidate for Congress Gavin Seim was part of the WA Delegation with State Rep Matt Shea and David Taylor to represent WA at the Bundy Ranch.

"As a congressional candidate, it’s perhaps more politically expedient to stay away from this. But that would not be representing like I said I would. So I’m going to give honest reflection. After what happened over last week I will never be the same.

6 votes

Your State Constitution Sux

Have you had a chance to read your state's constitution?

I have not read them all in detail yet but they all seem to follow a similar pattern

The government has total power with only a few "rights" reserved for the individual.

Contrast this with the federal constitution where article 1 section 8 grants only 17 specific powers and the restrictive clauses limits how those powers are used.

(restrictive clauses are found in article 1 section 9 and the first ten amendments)

1 vote

Apollo 18!

So yesterday I had a conversation with two older veterans, one retired from the US Air Force and the other from the US Army. To my amazement they brought up the fact that they had watched a documentary/interview regarding the moon landing in 1969. One of the veterans said he found it interesting the amount of information and evidence brought forth that shows the moon landing could have very well been a hoax/faked. I had to join in on this conversation so I brought up the movie Apollo 18.

18 votes

My Daughters don't get along.

My best example of voluntaryism has been with my 2 daughters. One is 10 and the other is 13. They do not get along at all. Tonight we had a talk about how we treat each other. The way they approach other persons will determine many things in the future. I told them that things will get harder. Much harder and that you each have an opportunity to help each other out in the future hard times. I think they really got the message.

12 votes

I have nothing for you right now

So I'm sitting here with my feet up on the desk trying to find some inspiration to attach on the Daily Paul. Had a challenging day and just unplugged for a while.

I'm zapped...got nothing for you. I just got paid, its Friday...

I could ramble on about Easter , BLM, the huge tax burden I had this year or the home brew Yeti Stout clone I'm drinking in my right hand in that pint glass or the helicopter flying over my house now but that's just clutter in my mind.

How about this...What do you guys have going on right now? You're sitting in front of a computer screen like me right now on Friday...Hell..Good Friday searching for some kind of information stimulation....

Let's drop some random stuff here on this thread....

1 vote

The 'chain of command' should be fixed and documented

State diagrams for All governmental systems.It seems that even our government could benefit from one of us regular people doing this job for them. Almost every day we get to see a new video of a government agency with confusion over who has jurisdiction on a specific cause.
Remember "We the People" or associated citizens of every singular Free State should be at the top of every list made. Maybe that would start a few extra good conversations. The effort just might remind the governors and elected sheriffs of their actual stance in the chain of command.

9 votes

REID- time for Nevadan's to petition the DA to arrest him

Is the evidence of his son representing big solar and the BLM report regarding the gold butte area being a necessary mitigation area enough for the D.A. to launch an investigation? This is no coincidence.

Anyone with a brain can see that REID is enriching himself/family using his political power in the state. That's why he's so upset about this issue being exposed. His chief of staff now the head of the BLM for less than a month and they attempt to raid the area that would benefit Reid and his son w/ solar projects tied to chinese companies.

1 vote

Foolish Rhymes

What a fool
What a fool
A fool I am
I am man

Foolish is as foolish does
He rushes in, a fool in Love
Fool me once, fool me twice
A shame it is to be fooled thrice

Fool us all
Some of the time
Fool us forever
That right, not thine

A fool's errand
Fool's gold doth shine
Fool this fool?
Fools and blind!

Foolish fools
I'll fool you
If you'll fool me

I speak as a fool
I am more!
Perish the thought
For I am poor

A fool for Christ
This I will be
Nature's fool
Let us see!


In God we Trust
Right or no
Without that truth
Where would we go?

11 votes

Time For My Nightly Smoke Cessation


Smoking, as the definitive delivery method for inhaling cannabis has begun to stagnate real research efforts, simply because no doctor can endorse smoking. Vaporization has emerged as a safer, viable delivery method for inhaling the active compounds from cannabis. But don’t take my word for it.

One of the studies conducted by the University of California, San Francisco under the umbrella of the CMCR pitted smoking versus vaporizing as a delivery method. The study, entitled “Vaporization as a Smokeless Cannabis Delivery System: A Pilot Study” used medical cannabis supplied by NIDA-grown weed at the University of Mississippi and the Volcano Classic vaporizer. The study illustrated that not only is vaporization equally as effective at delivering the same beneficial compounds of cannabis, the same compounds stay in the system for a greater duration than from smoking. Meaning, you get the best of the medicinal effects longer.

22 votes

Daily Paul Gardens - 2014

Spring is here, love is in the air. Yeah right.

So anyway, Let's see your garden.

Show us your garden. Vegetables, flowers, whatever you may enjoy.

22 votes

Chicken Love - Everyone Loves Chickens

Once we had a thread here that was lost in a site upgrade from years ago, simply titled The Chicken Thread. I believe it was originally Mike Lawson's, but its been a few years, so for now I credit it to him. But to our dismay, The Chicken Thread was lost long ago, during the site upgrades. A few have been re-kindled but just didn't fly.

So, in light of chicken lovers, and people who enjoy providing for oneself and their family, we release a new chicken thread. And now that you can embed pictures, it should be much more fun for our community chicken lovers.

Show us your chickens.

6 votes

First Amendment Zones

Have you heard about First Amendment zones? Basically whenever the Feds come to town they designate an area of your town where you can invoke the First Amendment and speak/protest. What this fails to recognize is the rest of the First Amendment including religion. There is nothing more repugnant to the Constitution than this policy. We exude the First Amendment simply by being American. Are my religion or seditious thoughts not legitimate if I am standing next to the president or a federal agent?

10 votes

Did Stanley Kubrick Work on the Moon Landing?

Hey Guys,

I spoke to Jay Weidner, one of the stars of the fantastic documentary Room 237, who discusses his beliefs that Stanley Kubrick faked the footage of the moon landing. There are lots of interesting twists and turns in the can of worms he opens up, and I can't recommend either Room 237 or Weidner's own film, "Kubrick's Odyssey," highly enough.

Mr. Weidner turned me on to an amazing website at www.aulis.com that shows some impressive "parallax" photos that seem to prove that the distances portrayed are all wrong. This is an idea that I've found actually holds some water with people who roundly reject conspiracy theories--what do you guys think? Was Neil Armstrong really the first man to walk on the moon?


17 votes

A Rothbardian in the U.S. Senate? My Interview with Dr. Murray Sabrin!

In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Murray Sabrin, Professor of Finance at Ramapo College and Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in New Jersey. Dr. Sabrin describes how he and his family came to America from West Germany after surviving the Holocaust, before going on to discuss how he became a libertarian, studying with Murray Rothbard, and what he hopes to achieve with his Senate campaign. I also get Dr. Sabrin’s thoughts on several topics including U.S. foreign policy, the War on Drugs, and Senator Rand Paul.

Syndicate content