As technology has advanced and the world has “grown smaller,” it has become increasingly evident that little miracles don’t really happen. By “little miracles,” I mean people levitating, disappearing, parting seas, or making the sun stop in the sky. If they did occur, we’d be watching them on You Tube. But they don’t. That’s a good thing, because it leaves us less distracted from the real miracles: that we are here, that we live in a universe governed by natural laws that explain the world around us and that we have been blessed with reason to discover those laws.
In addition to the natural, physical laws that cause the planets to rotate around their stars and the plants to photosynthesize sunlight, there are also natural, moral laws. Like the physical laws, we are able to discover these by reason. First, we gather facts that we can observe directly with our senses. We then use reason to draw conclusions from those facts.
The headline reads: "Libertarian's Pet Cause Reaches Supreme Court" [Note: the web headline is different]
It's about the Georgetown Professor (apparently a libertarian) who's behind the current suit against the individual mandate of Obama's health care law.
Of course the article is drivel, basically it mocks the idea that anyone would consider the law unconstitutional.
"Many of his (the professor's) colleagues, on both the left and the right, dismissed the ideas (of the law bring unconstitutional) as ridiculous - and still do."
No argument against the criticism of Obamacare, just "well it's obviously ridiculous, because...well, the law is constitutional because, uh, because, it is...and everyone knows that, so shut up."
Also, I didn't know Obamacare was our "pet cause," seems to me that's the GOP's pet cause for politicking purposes - disingenuously of course, if it were exactly the same but called Bushcare they'd support it.
Oh well, what else can you expect from the NY Times: all the drivel that's unfit to print.
I think this is an attempt to draw us into the debate on the side of the GOP - as if the heart of libertarianism were opposition to Obamacare. Now THAT is ridiculous.
Ask Ron Paul why he’s still in the presidential race, and he’ll tell you not to bother him with “silly questions.”
In an interview on CNN, host Piers Morgan asked the Texas congressman on Monday night, “If I was prescribing some medicine for you right now, congressman, I think I would say the situation is looking pretty terminal for your race to the GOP nominee. Why don’t you just do the decent thing and pull out?”
The two seemed to trade these words in good humor, but when Morgan pressed the 2012 hopeful about his lag in the polls as well as in the delegate race, Paul pushed back firmly, insisting that his campaign is “doing quite well” as far as delegates go, before finally interjecting, “Why don’t you let me finish?”
According to Paul, his campaign is doing “very well” in states like Washington and North Dakota, and seeing some good news come out of others like Missouri.
It is an odd twist that a company controlled by Mr. Buffett - perhaps the most outspoken businessman in the country in support of raising taxes on the "mega-rich" - is now in a dispute with the government over his company's paying too little in taxes.
The United States government, in a little-followed case in Ohio, filed a lawsuit this month against a unit of Mr. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, seeking $366 million in taxes and penalties. The Berkshire division at the center of the suit is NetJets, the private-aircraft company that caters to the nation's wealthiest - the people Mr. Buffett says should pay more in taxes.
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger | NaturalNews.com
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
(NaturalNews) The state of Michigan is only days away from engaging in what can only be called true "animal genocide" -- the mass murder of ranch animals based on the color of their hair. It's all part of a shocking new "Invasive Species Order" (ISO) put in place by Michigan's Department of Natural Resources (DNR). This Invasive Species Order suddenly and shockingly defines virtually all open-range pigs raised by small family farms to be illegal "invasive species," and possession of just one of these animals is now a felony crime in Michigan, punishable by up to four years in prison.
The state has said it will "destroy" these pigs beginning in April, potentially by raiding local farms with government-issued rifles, then shooting the pig herds while arresting the members of the family and charging them with the "crime" of raising pigs with the wrong hair color. This may truly be a state-sponsored serial animal killing spree.
Reality check: You may think this story is some kind of early April Fools prank, but it isn't. This is factually true and verifiable through the documents, videos and websites linked below. The state of Michigan seriously intends to unleash a mass murder spree of pigs of the wrong color beginning April 1.
VIDEO of a local Michigan farmer FIGHTING this bill!
(Thanks for the video link, AnCapMercenary)
Trading Bernanke's Comments [Link provided by Shawker.]
WASHINGTON — NY Times — After a series of violent episodes and setbacks, support for the war in Afghanistan has dropped sharply among both Republicans and Democrats in recent months as increasing numbers of Americans say that the United States should not be involved in the fighting there, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.
The poll found that more than two-thirds of those surveyed — 69 percent — think that the United States should not be at war in Afghanistan. That number is a significant increase from just four months ago, when 53 percent said that Americans should no longer be fighting in the conflict, which began more than a decade ago.
Continue reading at the NY Times
Originally published 2012-03-02 18:39:24 -0400. ]
I felt it is important to share some things with everyone. For those that like to check how long someone has been on the DP, my real account is 4 years, 3 weeks.
I am using this account I just created to convey some important information and I will probably use it often over the next several months as needed.
I am using the account to keep some information from our opposition. I am well known to the GOP in my state and want to keep my identity a secret to prevent giving certain factions a "heads up".
As I take up invitations around the country to discuss the Blue Republican idea, I am learning a great deal about how our minds are opened and even changed when it comes to politics. In a slight departure from my usual topics, I offer the following in the hope that other lovers of liberty may find my experience useful in their own attempts to improve our nation ...
No one arrives at his or her political preferences as a result of only, or even mostly, logical argument (despite fervently held feelings to the contrary). Rather, people find themselves most easily convinced by arguments that support political views to which they have become committed for often highly complex reasons that the their conscious mind may never even know.
It saddens me that they start the interview with "you should drop out"..But they do give him a chance to teach them a bit of economics.
Alex Hayes from the Mainstream Republicans In WA State tells a crowd of people at the Pierce County 2nd district convention that they need to vote on a slate to stop Ron Paul.
Full article at Examiner.com
Election fraud has occurred in every state in the union, but what may be the worst case yet happened on Saturday in Washington State as GOP party ‘officials’ openly attempted to exclude Ron Paul delegates from participating in the 2nd District’s Convention.