It’s True: The Government Is Aggressively Confiscating Guns Throughout The U.S.
2 days ago | US | Posted by Joshua Cook
November 30, 2013
A report from TruthAboutGuns.com is claiming that New York gun owners are being sent letters from the N.Y.P.D. demanding them to surrender their guns which have feeding capacities that violate the 5-round rule.
Below is an excerpt from the New York Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act (NY SAFE Act).
Last week in The Case against Bitcoin I examined some of the flaws with Bitcoin that may prevent it from becoming a mainstream currency. I received some very intelligent comments and had a series of thoughtful conversations with many Bitcoin advocates who promoted Bitcoin’s value and efficacy as a currency. While I believe there is value in peer to peer financial transaction systems, I remain, however, unconvinced that Bitcoin will be a widely used digital currency of the future.
Dallas liberty-leaders looking for a candidate to support in the State Senator race, consider Don Huffines!
You can meet Don and hear what he's all about at Dunn Bros coffee in Addison at 4 o clock on Wednesday.
If you don't want to attend alone, you can certainly sit with me! I'm going to take pictures, so look for the girl with a giant digital camera.
Hope to see you there!
More info & RSVP: http://www.donhuffines.com/coffee_with_don_in_addison
"Feeding the homeless is a vicious crime! Why aren't the police able to use lethal force?"
I'm still laughing. This is how you satire politically.
LifeStraws are on sale today. Support the DP with your Amazon purchase and get your prep on! http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006QF3TW4?tag=bullnotbull-20
- Award-winning LifeStraw has been used by millions around the globe since 2005
- Removes minimum 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria (>LOG 6 reduction) and surpasses EPA standards for water filters
(I'm pretty sure a lot of DPers don't have cable, and I'm pretty sure this isn't a secret here.)
If you have cable, your bill has probably doubled over the past decade. The rise is largely driven by fees for channels you have to pay for, whether you want them or not. ESPN alone is costing you more than $5 a month — even if you never watch it.
On today's show, we answer the question every cable subscriber has asked: Why can't I just pay for the channels I want?
This week’s edition of Mondays With Murray will touch upon something that is quite poignant at this point in time, what with the rise of Rand Paul, constant debate about the best way to spread the libertarian movement, and how to put a “libertarian” in the White House.
Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw... won a landmark lawsuit against the FDA–charging the government agency with unconstitutionally restricting manufacturers from distributing truthful health information that could save many people’s lives. This was a landmark achievement for ... the availability of truthful scientific information to consumers.
"In an effort to protect tourists from violent crime, the State Department has released the following map..." http://libertyfirewall.com/2013/11/29/government-releases-cr...
A Conservative Guide to Sorting Out Wal-Mart Employees on Minimum Wage
The implicit, and ever more explicit, institutional acceptance of the dominant cryptocurrency Bitcoin (we say dominant because as we pointed out last week, there has been an unprecedented spike of digital currencies one can pick and choose from) continues when following the surge in vendors willing to transact in BTC over Thanksgiving, the latest news comes from the birthplace of the modern central bank, the UK, where we learn that none other than the UK Royal Mint has been working on plans since this summer to issue physical Bitcoins in collaboration with the Channel Island of Alderney.
Silicon Valley is starting to catch Bitcoin fever – though the entrepreneurs and venture capitalists being drawn to the virtual currency claim that the biggest profits will come from using it to build a new digital finance industry rather than just as a vehicle for speculation.
In Lake Worth , Florida, A church group was kicked out by the park ranger for feeding the homeless. John Prince Park has seen a steady influx of new homeless folk, and as the economy has declined, they have seen more. The Acts 2 Worship Center in Loxahatchee has fed the homeless before, and members are very active in both caring for the homeless here, and helping others overseas. The excuse for not permitting the church group to feed the homeless was: “just following orders”, and the rangers decline to discuss the matter further.
What could this possibly mean?