17 votes

Today's CNN Broadcast You'll Never See: Live from Red Square

the ONLY reason you'll get to see it (here)..
was because it had to go out 'Live' via Russian permission/oversight/control and was therefore CAPTURED/SAVED Herebefore Western editors could shelve it.


6 votes

Any Collectable Glassware Appraisers in the house?

Here is the situation we are in right now and could use a little help from anyone with knowledge in this. My Sister passed away unexpectedly a few months ago and so far it has cost us close to 14,000 dollars just to keep from losing everything she had put equity into over the last 14 years.

The State of Arizona will not let us do any paperwork at all on real property until 6 months has past and it is killing us. One saving grace in all this, She was a collector of Antique and specialized Glassware. We now have no choice but to sell her collection to recoup some of our losses.

6 votes

My hosting provider is a big Net Neutrality supporter. Need help looking for one that is not.

Dreamhost, the hosting provider for all my personal and business sites has stated that they are supporters of FCC regulation of the internet. Needless to say, I'm now searching for another provider. Can you please list whatever (libertarian) hosting providers you know? Thanks!

10 votes

VIDEO: Obama To Ban Ammo Through Executive Action By Labeling Bullets “Cop Killers”

VIDEO: Obama To Ban Ammo Through Executive Action By Labeling Bullets “Cop Killers”

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlC_7xM1ulM

BY PAUL BEDARD | FEBRUARY 26, 2015 | 1:47 PM

It’s starting.

As promised, President Obama is using executive actions to impose gun control on the nation, targeting the top-selling rifle in the country, the AR-15 style semi-automatic, with a ban on one of the most-used AR bullets by sportsmen and target shooters.

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlC_7xM1ulM

6 votes

Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor - Guns & Hard Alcohol Edition!

In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, host Marc Clair convenes another session of our wildly popular feature, “Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor” (LILDL.) Marc welcomes back Brian McWilliams, John Odermatt and J.B. Lubin to discuss current events over a few adult beverages. After the gang gets acquainted and discusses their drinks of choice for the evening, the we react to some recently acclaimed films such as “Citizen Four” and “American Sniper.” Marc and Brian wage a battle over cheap plugs as the LILDL’s discuss recent Lions of Liberty articles such as the diabetic blogger’s defeat of a gag order for “unlicensed nutritional advice” and the 72-year-old New Jersey man facing prison for possessing an antique pistol. Things then get contentious as the topic of guns inspires some heated, booze-fueled debate.

So grab your favorite adult beverage (or perhaps a hot cocoa if you’re underage!), sit back in your favorite comfy chair, and hang with the Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor!

24 votes

Net neutrality a reality: FCC votes to bring Internet under utility-style rules

It's official. The Internet will now be regulated as a public utility.

After months of anticipation and weeks of frenzied last-minute lobbying on both sides of the political aisle, the Federal Communications Commission has adopted Net neutrality regulations based on a new definition of broadband that will allow the government to regulate Internet infrastructure like the old telephone network.


7 votes

The State of Sentencing 2014: Prison Progress in the USA

One of the most read articles Lions of Liberty has ever published centers on privately owned prisons (the majority) suing states over dropping incarceration rates, which – by contract – had to hover between 70-100% depending on the agreement. States were actually incentivized to keep prisons full by any means possible to avoid being sued or paying penalties incurred by lower prison populations.

11 votes

VIDEO: Senator Rand Paul Appears on Fox's The Kelly File W / Martha MacCallum - 2/25/15

VIDEO: Senator Rand Paul Appears on Fox's The Kelly File W / Martha MacCallum - 2/25/15


11 votes

CIA Torture Whistleblower John Kiriakou to Abby Martin: Wake Up, You’re Next

Abby Martin interviews CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou in his home.


When asked about the common mass surveillance defense of “I’ve got nothing to hide,” Mr. Kiriakou responded, “This is exactly what they want you to think, because they’re not focused on you yet, they’re focused on somebody else. But you know what? Eventually they’re going to get to you.”

19 votes

Martin Armstrong: The NSA is Destroying American Technology

by Martin Armstrong | Armstrong Economics
February 26, 2015

American technology companies are losing business on a major scale. The NSA will be responsible for wiping out the United States as a leader in computer science all because they have to listen to the entire world like an old woman addicted to soap operas. I find myself totally shocked at Microsoft. I purchased the latest office at a store. You then have to go online to download the program. They REQUIRE you to have a Microsoft Account. The worse part of this was they demanded I enter a credit card to PROVE who I was acknowledging it would not be used since I already paid for it. I simply refused. They will not refund your money so this is the latest consumer fraud. It is not disclosed that you must PROVE who you are now to use their software. This has gone way too far. There are alternatives out there for word like LibreOffice, and Gnumeric is a better spreadsheet than excel for it can open files excel cannot. There are alternatives to Powerpoint and of course there are alternatives to Outlook such as Thunderbird.

The question is WHY should I have to PROVE who I am to Microsoft to use a product I already paid for? Something just smells funny so the only choice was to walk away and they stole my money for nothing. There are plenty of alternatives and Microsoft just lost all our business.

16 votes

Rand Paul Seeks Breakout at CPAC 2015

(Reuters) - With Republican rivals like Scott Walker and Jeb Bush off to a strong start in the 2016 U.S. presidential race, Rand Paul will seek his own breakout moment at an annual gathering where hopefuls go to burnish their conservative credentials.

Of all the potential candidates speaking at the meeting of the Conservative Political Action Conference, the Kentucky senator should feel most at home. He won the event's presidential straw poll the last two years, buoyed by support from young libertarian-leaning conservatives who plan to turn out in force again this year.

The 52-year-old Paul, famous for his non-interventionist approach to world affairs, could find himself at odds with a growing hawkishness among other Republican hopefuls mustering support with their calls for more aggressive action against Russia and Islamic State militants.

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