Watch the following and checks these facts - it is something we all need to be aware ofhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=xryXpK042pQ#!
Many "rational" Obama supporters/Liberals that have listened to Ron Paul agree with him on Foreign Policy, the drug war and the Bailouts. But two issues seem to stem out or scare them away. One is Universal Healthcare and the other is the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that Ron Paul said he would have voted against. In the following video from Adam Kokesh Kevin talks about how he agrees with Ron Paul on the Foreign Policy and war but disagrees with him on Property rights and Universal Healthcare,
How ironic would this be, that eventually the owners of the private park would seek to enforce their private property rights, and have the recent tenants removed?
Would that make them "corporate scum"?
Apparently nobody filed for a permit from the city, not that I think they should have to anyway.
The right spicifically being my unalienable rights along with my 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th rights what can i do what would you do ?
I know this video has been posted before but it's time to look at it in a different context: our rights are recognized, not given to us, by the government and they must all be recognized to protect the innocent in a free society. (I thought to post this in response to those who say it was right to assassinate an American citizen without due process of law because he was alleged to be a terrorist)
What do all of these shootings have in common?
The answer is they all occurred in government facilities where the private possession of firearms was prohibited.
In Washington, unconstitutional legislation is commonplace. But sometimes unconstitutional laws can have deadly consequences. The so-called “gun free school zones act,” written by radical anti-gun Senator Heb Kohl, is one such law.
I am a strong supporter of Human rights, and the rights of property, however believing that life, freedom, and travel are all unalienable rights i am puzzled regarding the correct course of criminal punishment.
Allow me to explain.
A criminal has commited murder.
If we put him in prison for his whole life who is going to pay? if the public pay, it is in violation of our right to reap the fruits of our labor, And in violation of his freedom.
If we kill him it is in violation of his inalienable right to life.
So what is the solution?
"Government Nuisance Abatement Teams forcing residents to destroy their homes and vacate land"
Government officials in California are hard at work getting rid of all the "lone rangers" living in Los Angeles County's Antelope Valley. According to a recent report by www.reason.tv, "armed county inspection squads" are regularly raiding the residences of off-the-grid valley dwellers for alleged code violations, only to later demand that such residents completely destroy their homes and vacate their property.
Lawrence O'Donnell on Police Brutality at Occupy Wall Street
Natural born rights vs. the right to healthcare - Dr. Yaron Brook (from 'Capitalism Awareness Week' series)Submitted by emazur on Tue, 09/27/2011 - 23:37
MMM! Watch and learn more!
You wake up to find an intruder in your house.
Fearing who it is, you kill them.
Should you go to jail?
If you are an advocate of gun rights and open carry gun rights please contact Gov. Gerry Brown office and voice your opinion.
Governor Jerry Brown
c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 445-2841
Fax: (916) 558-3160
Gun control bill in Gov. Brown's hands
A measure to bar Californians from openly carrying weapons is supported by Sheriff Baca and LAPD Chief Beck, but opposed by 2nd Amendment activists who pack heat in coffee shops and restaurants.
Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times
September 17, 2011
I've been working on this article for the last week while traveling around Denver. Started on the Amtrak last weekend, and finally sat myself down for the night to finish it. I hope this helps bring the support of women to the campaign:
Rep. David Simpson, the author of the Texas TSA Anti-Groping bill discussed about the bill’s inception and path through the legislature.
He also explained that a concerted effort between all three branches of the Texas Government:
• The Executive under Governor Rick Perry
• The Texas Senate under Lt. Governor David Dewhurst and
• The Texas House of Representatives under the House Speaker Joe Strauss
though talking to the media and the constituency in favor of the bill were actually behind the scenes doing everything in their power to kill it.