190 votes

The Official 9/11 Conspiracy Theory

As sold to us by the U.S. Government, the mainstream media, and all the people who bought it, hook line and sinker without a second thought:

Thanks to James Corbett., Patriot for putting this together:

http://youtu.be/yuC_4mGTs98

36 votes

The Revolution Comes to NBC, Mondays at 10

http://youtu.be/JwfCRAtkYEI

Watch the full pilot on Hulu.com I haven't watched it yet. If you have or do, please let me know what you think. Some may wonder why an MSM TV show would be posted here. It is to bring to your awareness what is happening in the world. Many people here don't have TV, including me. I only stumbled upon this video by accident, but it has over 8 million views. Meaning the kinds of ideas that are discussed here daily are going mainstream.

FYI. The progress of the series and its mainstream reception is something to keep our eye on as a barometer of the sentiment of the general public.

64 votes

Jesse Benton's Resignation Letter from C4L-With note from Ron Paul

Letter from Jesse Benton, with note from Congressman Paul

The following letter was sent from Jesse Benton, former Senior Vice President of Campaign for Liberty, to returning C4L President John Tate earlier today.

September 11, 2012

Dear John and C4L Board of Directors,

Helping found, build, and grow Campaign for Liberty over the last four years has been one of the great honors of my life.

33 votes

Apparently, The Johnson vs not voting debate is as old as Libertarianism itself

I did some research into the pains the Daily Paul is having. I have taken a lot of the comments personally, although, I should not have. I made a bunch of mock acrimonious posts to try to show how people sound. I am sorry if this hurt anyone. I am trying to show people the errors they are committing by reflecting them at themselves. I was doing some research into agorism and low and behold I found Samuel Konkin's defense of agorism against Murray Rothbard. He makes a great case about not voting and how the Libertarian Party is a waste of time by historical examples, but this is his conclusion.

In conclusion, Rothbard and I continue to fight for the same things—and against the same things. Hopefully we will continue to fight in our own ways, reaching those the other missed. And most hopefully may we reduce our time and energy spent on fighting each other to free resources against the common enemy. I shall let no outstretched hand be passed up.

21 votes

What If The Young Won't Work?

Suppose the youth of this nation were unwilling or unable to work. What then would happen to the country? The answer to that question should be obvious. The country would become progressively poorer.

Government, no matter its intentions, cannot create product or wealth. They only redistribute it. If fewer people are willing to work and the population remains the same, then per capita wealth necessarily goes down. The rate at which it declines is a function of many things, although the labor participation rate is among the more important.

65 votes

I am Officially kicked out of the Republican Party

Officially kicked out of the Republican Party as President of my Precinct! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=459034457470645&l=e8...

For those without Facebook: http://i.imgur.com/iWtg1.png

They read my Facebook posts about Gary Johnson

I will go to re-organization in March, bring my neighbors and get Precinct Executive Committeeman. I am ok with not holding a position, I will still go to the meetings and learn what I can and make alliances!

I now officially endorse Gov Gary Johnson for President of the United States for 2012! http://GaryJohnson2012.com

91 votes

Italian Supreme Court head calls for international 9/11 inquiry

Fernando Imposimato, the President of the Italian Supreme Court, has raised the call for a criminal investigation of 9/11, comparing the terror attacks to the declassified "false flag" incidents carried out by the CIA in Italy under Operation Gladio.

"The 9/11 attacks were a global state terror operation permitted by the administration of the USA, which had foreknowledge of the operation yet remained intentionally unresponsive in order to make war against Afghanistan and Iraq," Imposimato declared in a letter published on Monday by the Journal of 9/11 Studies.

-21 votes

What Romney owes to Rand (and Ron) Paul - Posted by Judge Nap to Facebook

Article posted by Judge Napolitano to his Facebook page

NY Daily News: If Mitt Romney wins the presidency this November, Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky ought to be one of the first people he thanks.

The essence of Romney’s debt to Paul — a favorite of Tea Party tax cutters — lies not in his pledging to be a tireless surrogate for the GOP nominee on the campaign trail this fall, though he has and he will.

Rather, Romney’s sense of gratitude will owe to nothing other than Paul’s mere being: Romney should be thankful that Rand — an ophthalmologist who won election to the Senate in 2010 — followed his father, Texas Congressman and erstwhile Republican presidential contender Ron Paul, into politics. For Rand’s very existence as a senator, and one with a rising national profile and presidential ambitions, is the only thing preventing Paul père from endorsing a third-party candidate or mounting his own independent run.

Continue at the NY Daily News

89 votes

16 Year Old Boy Questioned By FBI Over This Ron Paul YouTube Video

InfoWars: In another shocking example of how the federal government is repositioning itself as a secret police force to target political dissidents, a 16-year-old boy was questioned by FBI agents over a You Tube video he created for a school project which highlighted how America was slipping into a police state.

The video clip below, which promotes the presidential campaign of Congressman Ron Paul, was put together by Justin Hallman as part of a project for his American Government class. The video helped earn Hallman an A+ pass and his teacher enthused about how impressed he was with Hallman’s efforts.

The video touches on a number of issues, including the National Defense Authorization Act, evidence suggesting the Republican caucus in Maine was fixed to disenfranchise Ron Paul, the hacktivist group Anonymous, military drills taking place in American cities, as well as eviscerations of the right to free speech.

About a month later, Hallman was shocked to receive a knock on the door of his family’s home from two FBI agents, including Special Agent Matthew Bowman. Hallman provided us with images of Bowman’s FBI card which he left at the property when Hallman decided not to answer the door.

47 votes

Jim Grant Says Bernanke Is Imitating USSR - Return To The Gold Standard

It's mission was to defend and protect the gold dollar. That's all that the Fed's original agreement contained."

"Fast forward several decades and the Fed is now in the business of steering, guiding, directing manipulating the economy, financial markets, the yield curve, interest rates, essentially central planning, doing what so singularly failed in the old Eastern bloc...

Video below:

23 votes

Where we go from here

Here is a beacon of hope and a guideline to success.

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Should we leave the republican party? No, I would not advise it. No matter how demoralized some of you may be there is no denying that the playing field as it appears we will be handed is the ripest for our ideals and our goals. Allow me to explain; Ron Paul has been our greatest ally as well as our greatest enemy. Under the banner of Ron Paul all of us have gravitated from all over and formed into something far more powerful than the federal government. We have formed into We the People. We are the bearers of the birthright of Freedom and Liberty and it has always been We who are the masters of this country and rulers of our own selves. We have simply forgotten it, as have they. They being people who do not yet understand that the system they are partaking in is actually malevolent to them as well. Yet our authority has not been recognized because up until now they have been able to label us “Those Ron Paul supporters”.

I would suggest that not being able to be labeled a Ron Paul supporter is now the best possible position for a Ron Paul supporter, wouldn’t you say? Now you are simply a republican. And lest we forget that though we dug into the system and came a little short we nevertheless dug into the system. We are in it. We are an infection which has gotten into the blood stream of the bloated elephant and they would love nothing more than to simply flush us out of their system, but like any good virus I know we can adapt and spread if we so desired it.

20 votes

Why I'm Leaving America

a good read...from the S a i l B o a t D i a r i e s

Goodbye America
For as long as I’ve lived you’ve been my only home. I’ve had a wonderful life here. Your inhabitants are almost universally kind, and I’ve become lifelong friends with many of your citizens. All of my family lives here, everyone I have ever known or loved, and I will miss them all a lot. But after 22 years, I feel impelled to leave.

According to your founders, “When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one [person] to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.” Well, I certainly wouldn’t want to be disrespectful.

At first glance, you look like the greatest of all social systems. You seem like a stable and sturdy structure. People look at you and see strength. They see freedom and opportunity, democracy and unity. But a peek behind the curtain reveals a scared old man, desperately trying to maintain an illusion.

41 votes

Modern-day wheat is a 'chronic poison,' says doctor

(NaturalNews) All set to order that next sandwich on wheat bread? Using wheat-based pasta instead of regular spaghetti noodles tonight because you've been told wheat-based foods are better for you? Not so fast, says one doctor.

William Davis, a cardiologist, calls modern-day wheat a "chronic, perfect poison" in a his book, Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health, which is all about the world's most popular grain.

What gives? Davis says the wheat we are currently eating isn't the same thing your grandparents used back in the day. Modern wheat is "an 18-inch tall plant created by genetic research in the '60s and '70s," he told CBS' "This Morning" program in a recent interview. "This thing has many new features nobody told you about, such as there's a new protein in this thing called gliadin. It's not gluten," he said.

"I'm not addressing people with gluten sensitivities and celiac disease. I'm talking about everybody else because everybody else is susceptible to the gliadin protein that is an opiate," Davis continued.

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