Saw this the other day wanted to share!
can you say sick!
If posting this here is somehow inappropriate, let me know, but I have some friends in Maryland with a sick cat that needed to have one of this front legs amputated earlier this month. The cat's name is Sam Potato, and apparently cancer was the reason for his leg being amputated.
A good friend of mine is launching an indiegogo campaign to follow the Rand campaign from beginning to a hopeful end in the White House in 2016! Campaign Link
Hey every one
I've been working with the guys from the Liberty Patriot Picnic Event. They are going to be promoting Josie the outlaw there. They raised money or FRNs for me to print a second run of Josie stickers that I made. For them to past out, to promote Josie. I thought it would be a good time to Debut the Josie Wanted Poster I always wanted to make.
So here it is check out!
If you want one of these posters go to the Picnic a pick one up!
Another Presidential election takes place in 2016, with potential candidates already getting their campaigns up and running. The topics of the day will be: more wars or fewer wars (never: “no more wars”), immigration and tax reform, the pro-life & pro-war factions pitted against the pro-choice factions, education, healthcare, campaign financing, the marijuana conundrum, energy, etc. What a turn off. The more issues, the more confusion. The more confusion, the less people vote. Washington thrives on apathy.
Over the past five years, I've been travelling the country, coast to coast, simply to cover one of the most important political movements in our country's history. The campaigns of Ron and Rand Paul have proven to have a lasting effect on our country's overall demeanor, as evidenced by the rapid growth of the Liberty Caucus in the U.S. House, and the reduced desire to want to invade and bomb other countries. Without people like Ron Paul educating the masses this never could have happened, in my opinion.
I was a firsthand witness to the liberty movement after Ron Paul ran in 2008, and began by documenting the U.S. Senate campaign of a certain ophthalmologist from Bowling Green, Kentucky. Since then, I've attended more than 130 events from California to Texas to Iowa, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, Indiana, Arizona, and dozens of other states, uploading thousands of images in an attempt to combat the liberal media bias of other photo databases like AP or Getty. Photographing the liberty movement from the liberty perspective allows the average citizen to gain an accurate portrayal of the movement as a whole, and allows voters the opportunity to see the the movement that Ron and Rand Paul have inspired.
As we approach the 2016 election, and the campaign in 2015 gets closer and closer, I've been weighing my options in regards to the best way to cover the potential campaign of Rand Paul in 2016. I have considered reaching out to the campaign about the possibility of providing photographic documentation of events leading up the 2016 election, but I feel as though I should reach out to the grassroots who have helped me thus far first.
Open minded - Receptive to new and different ideas or the opinions of others.
Closed minded - Intolerant of the beliefs and opinions of others; stubbornly unreceptive to new ideas.
I hope we can all pull together and make it our goal to keep an open mind, and embrace the willingness to change.
Is it just me, or is it human nature to change over time?
Hey everyone as I have a few followers here at the dailypaul, I decided Id share my new website here, ill be writing weekly posts and have already written a few since I started it.
So if you are interested then check it out, thanks :)
I worked on it for a few years and it is patented. The concept is a bit difficult to understand in the beginning mainly because we are conditioned to the current problem-centric world. Solutions are developed around specific problems and we are used to constantly adapting to these ever changing and ever growing solutions. It is like going against the popular belief and we run into initial friction with this concept (Have you ever experienced this situation?)
To make a long story short, Nationwide Insurance is currently trying to shortchange my cousin out of what he needs to continue his life. He was born with cerebral palsy and it's difficult for him to get around. Because of this, he had to purchase a vehicle that was specifically designed to be able to be driven by him. He was recently involved in an auto accident (of which he was not the driver responsible for the accident) and his vehicle was totaled. Now, Nationwide is refusing to give him full compensation to replace the vehicle along with the special parts that he needs to commute.
I am on and off DP for allot of years now. I run a broadcast group out of Fredericksburg Texas, our content focuses on freedom and liberty. We are currently producing two shows (FREE TEXAS) and (Digital Resister) and we are pleased to have Allison on to talk about the journey into 24x7 broadcasting. We will also be talking about the merger with truthbetoldmedia.com and what to expect in the next few months.
Monday nights 7:00 Texas time
First hour:Farren Shoaf an AM station owner and new media broadcaster
Essentially, instead of just saying they're blind or stupid, we can come of with our own nomenclature to describe our brethren who are blind or just stuck in the paradigm.
Some of them could be quite funny.
After more than once seeing the guys around here drooling over Adam Kokesh's ex, and commenting on where they can find an attractive liberty loving woman, I thought this might be a fun thread to start.
For the sake of full disclosure, I am a married man and not available, no matter how good I look when I slowly bend over to pick up a quarter off the ground.
The DP is probably not an even mix of men and women, more likely a sausage fest, but user names are deceptive. So not me, but who here is single and ready to mingle?
Man raises $31,000 so far with crowdfunded bowl of potato salad.