Mike works with the Tenth Amendment Center tirelessly. He was bummed over being labeled a racist by some twit "historian" for supporting Nullification.
Read and "Like" his rebuttal here (at the bottom of the article): http://www.michaelmaharrey.com/smacked-with-the-race-card-562/
Read the exchange here: https://www.facebook.com/lasthopebook
Let him know we support and appreciate the work he does.
And yeah, I know.. it's not a big deal. Probably not worth a post. But if you can brighten someone's day with the click of a mouse, why not?
The Chinese government is openly spraying chemtrails with drones to “reduce pollution”
By John Vibes | March 10, 2014
CHINA (INTELLIHUB) — It has been well reported that China’s cities have some of the worst pollution problems in the world, with smog so thick that it is hard to see through.
The Chinese government’s solution is actually to use drones that will disperse chemtrails into the air.
This has been reported in state sponsored media and admitted by the government.
The Arizona Legislature will soon decide whether to dramatically expand the state’s nation-leading efforts to give parents control over where to spend their child’s taxpayer-generated education funds.
The state’s Empowerment Scholarship Account program was, at the start of this school year, scheduled to disperse $10.2 million to 761 students. If expanded as proposed, the 3-year-old program could within the next five years apply to more than 28,000 students and strip more than $374 million a year from public and charter schools, based on the current average cost.
DHS tells American border guards to run away from illegal immigrants hurling rocks at them, fleeing in vehiclesSubmitted by emalvini on Mon, 03/10/2014 - 21:51
DHS tells American border guards to run away from illegal immigrants hurling rocks at them, fleeing in vehicles
Neil Munro | White House Correspondent
4:40 PM 03/08/2014
Top administration officials have directed 21,000 border patrol officers to retreat whenever illegal immigrants throw rocks at them, and to avoid getting in front of foreign drug-smugglers’ vehicles as they head north with their drug shipments.
I said in another topic, this whole thing seemed fishy...
The Hill writes:
. . .The photo op of McConnell hoisting the weapon like a defiant defender at the Alamo was supposed to rev up conservative activists. Instead, it has become a target of ridicule.
“McConnell just didn’t look comfortable waving the flintlock musket above his head,” Joseph Gerth wrote in The Courier-Journal, the main newspaper for Louisville, McConnell’s home town.
“Instead or recalling images of Charlton Heston at NRA conventions, where the late actor incited the crowd by raising a similar gun, McConnell looked a bit more like Michael Dukakis riding in a tank or President Barack Obama shooting skeet at Camp David, or Jimmy Carter doing much of anything,” Gerth wrote. . .
Continue reading at The Hill
Every Republican likes to think he or she is the next Ronald Reagan. Some who say this do so for lack of their own ideas and agenda. Reagan was a great leader and President. But too often people make him into something he wasn’t in order to serve their own political purposes.
Reagan clearly believed in a strong national defense and in "Peace through Strength." He stood up to the Soviet Union, and he led a world that pushed back against Communism.
But Reagan also believed in diplomacy and demonstrated a reasoned approach to our nuclear negotiations with the Soviets. Reagan’s shrewd diplomacy would eventually lessen the nuclear arsenals of both countries.
by Julia Angwin
The East German secret police, known as the Stasi, were an infamously intrusive secret police force. They amassed dossiers on about one quarter of the population of the country during the Communist regime.
But their spycraft — while incredibly invasive — was also technologically primitive by today's standards. While researching my book Dragnet Nation, I obtained the [below] hand drawn social network graph and other files from the Stasi Archive in Berlin, where German citizens can see files kept about them and media can access some files, with the names of the people who were monitored removed.
by Matt Mendez | 10News San Diego
SAN DIEGO - A manager at Cheetahs strip club says his dancers felt violated by police who photographed them almost nude.
The mood at the strip club in Kearny Mesa quickly turned intense Thursday night when 10 officers swarmed the building with guns and bulletproof vests, interrupting business for a couple of hours.
"I didn't know if it was a bank robbery or serial killer on the loose the way they had come in like that," said manager Rich Buonantony.
The detectives showed up to make sure all 30 dancers had proper permits and were in compliance. Surveillance video shows the women lined up and officers taking down their information.
With Russia once again a hotbed of military activity as Putin continues to escalate its involvement with the Ukraine, the U.S. finds itself posturing like mad against the great red menace, just like in the olden days.
Why not use this recent impasse to look at Rothbard’s take on Russia from the Cold War Era? His thoughts then still echo now in various applications politically and via extension of state power over the populace in the name of protection.
Originally published as “The Editor Rebuts,” in the February 1973 edition of The Libertarian Forum
By Shane Goldmacher
March 10, 2014
Sen. Rand Paul is taking his anti-surveillance message on the road—and into the liberal lion's den of Berkeley.
Paul, the Kentucky Republican widely seen as laying the groundwork for a 2016 presidential run, will speak at the famously liberal university next week at an event on privacy, according to a Paul aide.
By Dylan Stableford, Yahoo News
National Security Agency contractor-turned-leaker Edward Snowden told attendees at the South By Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas, on Monday that they are “firefighters” in the fight against mass surveillance.
By Rand Paul | Time Magazine | March 9, 2014
Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is a gross violation of that nation’s sovereignty and an affront to the international community. His continuing occupation of Ukraine is completely unacceptable and Russia’s President should be isolated for his actions.
It is America’s duty to condemn these actions in no uncertain terms. It is our role as a global leader to be the strongest nation in opposing Russia’s latest aggression.
California Senator Lou Correa is sponsoring a new bill, SB 1262...
"The bill co-sponsored by the league and the police chiefs' association would require the California Department of Public Health to license dispensaries and cultivation sites but only if they first had secured operating permits from local jurisdictions. The department also would develop "quality assurance" procedures for testing marijuana for bacteria, mold and nonorganic pesticides, which growers would be prohibited from using.