Monthly Archives: July 2012

Tinfoil Tuesday: Will Obamacare Usher in the Era of Microchipping Babies?

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Tweet Fears that the government will mandate that citizens receive a microchip has been the stuff of conspiracy theorists for as long as I can remember. The “End is Nigh” crowd has been saying it’s the Mark of the Best™ … Continue reading

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Auditing Shooting Rampage Statistics

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Tweet Last week I posted a graphic on the Silver Circle Facebook page claiming the average number of people killed in mass shootings when stopped by police is 18.25, and the average number of people killed in mass shootings when … Continue reading

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BONUS Money Monday: Check out our new silver die!

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Tweet Presenting our latest edition of the Silver Circle rounds! They are not available for purchase yet, though. We have in our possession two of the only rounds minted thus far. We plan on circulating these when it comes time … Continue reading

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Pop Friday: Ice-T Stands Up for Gun Rights

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Tweet Firearm prohibitionists use tragedy to stifle debate and advocate new restrictions. It’s called the “Argument from Catastrophe,” a particularly infectious logical fallacy in any sniveling panty waist culture. So, it’s important for gun rights advocates to stand their ground … Continue reading

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The Cost of Being Batman [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Tweet This is a pretty awesome infographic. It itemizes the cost of being Batman in DC’s fictional comic book world and totals up the items for a bottom line. If you’re a member of the 1%, you too can roll … Continue reading

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Piranha Tank: Financial Crime Rules the World (Guest blogger: Ron Hera of Hera Research)

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Tweet Financial markets have exploded with financial crime since 2009 as an unintended consequence of the moral hazard engendered by the “too big to fail” doctrine of Western governments and monetary authorities.  Since “too big to fail” became the norm, … Continue reading

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I Now Pronounce Today: National Audit the Fed Celebration Day!

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Tweet Today the long overdue “Audit the Fed” bill was passed by the House of Representatives with a two-thirds majority. Congressman Ron Paul, a long time warrior against the central bank, has succeeded in his final term to pass this … Continue reading

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Rebel of the Week: Jon Blunk, Matt McQuinn and Alex Teves – Martyrs of the Batman Shooting

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Tweet Typically Rebel of the Week goes to a freedom fighter of some kind. We usually award it for civil disobedience activism and speaking Truth to power. But in the triad of natural rights “life” comes before “liberty” and “property” … Continue reading

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Pasha Roberts on Dave Janda’s “Operation Freedom”

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Tweet Thanks again Dr. Dave Janda! Listen here.

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#TinFoilTuesday – Did Rand Paul Support Iran Sanctions as Part of a Secret Plan to Trap The US Federal Reserve?

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Tweet Could Senator Rand Paul’s vote for sanctions against Iran– unpopular with many libertarians and supporters of his father, Ron Paul– be part of a secret plan to trap the US Federal Reserve? Do some study on that sanction amendment … Continue reading

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