Darren Wolfe spoke at the Right to Keep and Bear Arms and Open Carry Rally in Norristown, PA. First, I read hilarious hate mail. After explaining that progressivism is making society unstable I issued a challenge to the gun rights haters to debate.
He changes his view just as the market tops and China turns against bitcoin.
Here Mr. Wiesenthal explains why he no longer things bitcoin is a joke.
No, seriously, shut up. It's nothing.
Just have a look at what they can do with your info.
See? It's no biggie.
It's just metadata and location info, bro.
Perhaps the most widely seen recent exploration of the animal-as-3D-printer concept was done earlier this year for, of all things, a publicity stunt by Dewar's, in which the company "3D printed" a bottle of Dewar's using nothing but specially shaped and cultivated beehives.
As Dewar's joked, it was 3B-printed.
The Silk Pavilion was an architectural experiment in which, as the designers explain, "the silkworm itself [was] deployed as a biological printer in the creation of a secondary structure."
Look at the comments section of this article. This is the Huffington Post...
Reuters | Posted: 12/05/2013 7:03 pm EST | Updated: 12/06/2013 12:38 pm EST
WASHINGTON, Dec 5 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Thursday he intends to propose National Security Agency reforms to reassure Americans that their privacy is not being violated by the agency.
"...Back in 2011, days after the arrest of Onyango (Omar) Obama for drunk driving, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney was asked by a reporter if the President “was aware” that his uncle was in the U.S. illegally..." - http://libertyfirewall.com/2013/12/07/is-jay-carney-getting-...
you’re right over the target.”
coming on the people who are telling the truth.
then you are probably not over the target.
you probably are not doing anything,
because those that are telling the truth
are getting attacked.
those who are pointing the finger
and I think you’ll see
who the real bad guys are.”
United States dollar almost doubles in value in a single day
The United States dollar, a real-life currency created by a group of revolutionaries after overthrowing the local authorities in North America, has almost doubled in value over the last 24 hours.
In Detroit, Rand Paul says justice system treats minorities unfairly
The senator from Kentucky had an important question for Republicans in Michigan.
“How are you supposed to make child support payments if you’ve been in prison, and the best job you can get is $9 an hour?” Sen. Rand Paul asked, wearing a suit and tie at the opening of a new GOP office on Livernois Avenue in Detroit.
Written by Pierre Omidyar
This week, fourteen people charged by the Department of Justice in connection with a coordinated denial of service attack on PayPal's services in 2010 will appear in Federal Court. The "PayPal 14," as they have been dubbed, are charged with participating in an attack orchestrated by Anonymous to retaliate against PayPal's suspension of its relationship with WikiLeaks. Their case as well as PayPal's actions in 2010 raise important questions about press freedoms and the nature of online protests.
There is one thing that becomes apparent when reading Gary North's articles. He knows a lot. But there is also another thing that becomes apparent sometimes, in particular in his latest article on Bitcoin. He thinks he knows more than he actually knows. I can't address his article in full detail now as I'm at the Latin American Bitcoin Conference, but I thought I'd mention some core issues with his article.
Heterogeneity of a monetary system
Overnight Wednesday-Thursday in North America the bitcoin price dropped as the People's Bank of China announced banks cannot offer bitcoin services and btcchina.com , leading bitcoin exchange, went down.
Overall, the announcement was akin to the announcements by FinTrac and FinCen out of Canada and the US, respectively. Essentially, advising bitcoin exchanges to know their customers, the People's Bank of China moved to protect the yuan and assure state banks did not get involved in bitcoin because it could possibly, in the future, pose a risk to the financial system.
Scary. Insane. Ridiculous. Invasive. Wrong. The Washington Post reports that the FBI has had the ability to secretly activate a computer's camera "without triggering the light that lets users know it is recording" for years now. What in the hell is going on? What kind of world do we live in?
Reason magazine and CATO suck! They get some things right, but they are total establishment shills on important issues.
Are they saying there is no libertarian argument for refusing to have someone stick a needle in your arm and dump heavy metals and "weakened" viruses?
Or are they saying there is no libertarian argument against forcing someone to use a product? Big Pharmacy certainly wants everyone vaccinated.