Non-Reciprocal Statist Insanity: Violence in Philly Down. Yet, Philly PD shooting AT Citizens? Up. "WAY up!"Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Tue, 05/14/2013 - 23:55
Exclusive: Shootings by Philly police soar as violent crime plummets
A man who ran away on foot during a car stop on Aug. 9, 2012, in West Philadelphia was eventually shot to death by police after the pursuit.
Sam Wood, PHILLY.COM
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 6:00 AM
The number of violent crimes fell last year in Philadelphia, as did assaults on police officers.
But the number of people shot by police is up.
FEMA To Stage Massive Drill At Pennsylvania Amusement Park Today
May 13, 2013
Just a heads up: Since the government likes to stage drills at the same time as real catastrophic events – Sandy Hook and the Boston bombing are the most recent – it is a good idea to note a massive FEMA drill that will occur on May 13, 2013, in Pennsylvania.
The following appeared on May 4:
"Kutztown, Shippensburg, Edinboro, Slippery Rock and Millersville universities have all quietly changed their policies over the past year to reflect the advice of lawyers in the governor's office and the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Students in those schools are now allowed to have weapons on campus, though they are still generally banned from school buildings and athletic events.
This is a sad tale, but made worse by the pending charges against the woman who accidentaly killed her husband with a pistol...what do you think of the PA charges? Will this incident be used to further the state's agenda?
It’s just getting more ridiculous by the day: http://libertyfirewall.com/2013/05/04/barricaded-person-trig...
A dark horse emerges as a potential GOP mayoral candidate
Hold your horses! While all the talk’s been about which Democrat will be the next mayor of Philadelphia, there’s something brewing in the previously pulseless, but now rejuvenated local GOP - including the possible candidacy of a surprising dark horse.
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I see economic terms being thrown around a great deal on this website, and while I do not wish to convey an opinion of any of them, I thought I should give a brief description of them and let the discussion on them begin. I will attempt to give both positives and negatives for each.
Austrian economics would calls for very low government spending/low taxes and free enterprise. It is the "let the market take care of itself" economic model.
In periods of good economic times, this provides the most money to the populous which then allows businesses to thrive.
To Friends of Liberty,
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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has emerged as a favorite among Pennsylvania’s conservative activists. By a wide margin, he won the presidential straw poll at this weekend’s Pa. Leadership Conference.
Paul rose to national prominence earlier this year when he filibustered on the Senate floor to protest the Obama administration’s vague definition of its own powers vis-a-vis drone strikes.
In so doing he took up the mantle of his father, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX), whose brand of libertarian Republicanism energized conservative grassroots for years.
In case you're wondering what those 3 billion rounds are for:
I'm shocked and amazed not to see a bunch of posts claiming Boston was a false flag, with someone dissecting a random blogger who interviewed a marathoner who just ran 26 miles and claimed to have heard a third "boom". And I mean, why in the world would they have had a medical tent set up just seconds away from the blast area. Not to mention all the wheel chairs already on location.
It has been less than 24 hours, I'm sure all the conspiracy nuts are still revving up their youtube accounts.
I can't wait...I always enjoy.
I heard this story on the radio a little while ago and I think it is a great idea. Plus, it is making my hungry right now. I vaguely remember hearing about this before but it was a good reminder to hear it again.
Conflict Kitchen serves cuisine, conversation from U.S. foes
Conflict Kitchen is a little takeout restaurant that we run in Pittsburgh that only sells food from countries that the U.S. is in conflict with. We rotate the countries every 6 months or when a different sort of conflict arises.
My Liberty Gear - New t-shirt collection - Summer is coming, please check us out! http://kck.st/110A1bC
What I learned from Dr. Paul is that everyone should do his or her part to spread the ideas of liberty. As a graphic designer, today I took that advice. My nephew and I are starting a t-shirt line. Please take a look at our initial designs!
I noticed this a few years ago and never really seeked out any information on it. Fire houses used to have a loud siren that would go off before they would leave the fire house. All of them in my area did it up until about a decade ago (my best guess). Why did they stop doing this? Was it the penetration of the mobile technology, people being complaining about disrupted by it or just getting people's minds trained to not having any alert systems for bad things coming? I don't really buy the mobile penetration thing. Pagers have been out for decades.