Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Michael Savage Show “Savage Nation” Signs Off Suddenly

Posted on by Barry Donegan

Tweet Pop Friday After settling a legal dispute with Talk Radio Network, the Michael Savage show “Savage Nation” was terminated out of nowhere yesterday. His bizarre mixture of gardening tips, erratic political talk, and anti-Muslim hate-mongering had drawn in an … Continue reading

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The iBrain and the Emotiv: Hacking the Human Brain

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Tweet I gotta tell you, I’m a little freaked out right now. I’m afraid if we don’t get this police state thing figured out before technology marches too much forward we’re going to be living in a double-think pre-crime nightmare … Continue reading

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Punk Rock and Liberty: Testing the First Amendment

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Tweet Liberty Mosh Pit Most musical genres have some artists who push boundaries when it comes to freedom of speech. For example, countless folk, hip hop, country, and rock musicians have unleashed songs packed with controversial content and innovative new … Continue reading

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Rebels Hijack DHS Drone

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Tweet Ok, maybe it’s frivolous to call them “rebels,” but if they are not motivated by rebelliousness certain those who imitate them will be. A group of researchers led by Professor Todd Humphreys from the University of Texas at Austin Radio navigation Laboratory recently devised a … Continue reading

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Insane Clown Posse and the Juggalos Versus the FBI

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Tweet Rebel(s) of the Week After Homeland Security documents were discovered classifying supporters of third party candidates, Second Amendment activists, and military veterans as domestic terrorists, the FBI seems to have joined in on the profiling. In the past, the … Continue reading

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Was Bush Sr Involved in the Reagan Assassination Attempt?

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Tweet Moments of intense national emergency are the shady trees under which conspiracy theories grow. Political assassinations by nature attract intense, hasty scrutiny. When hundreds of millions of people are demanding answers and want a crime solved as quickly as … Continue reading

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Tinfoil Tuesday: Is The Fed Selling Fake Gold to New York Jewelers?

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Tweet Fake gold bars filled with tungsten discovered by unsuspecting jewelers in Manhattan’s Midtown  Diamond District have many experts warning of fluctuations in the price of gold after buyers become suspicious of the purity of their physical assets. There were … Continue reading

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Silver Circle to Host Atlas Shrugged Screening in Cambridge, MA

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Tweet On October 18th, Silver Circle will be hosting a screening of the film Atlas Shrugged: Part 1 at the Landmark Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge, MA. The feature begins at 7:30 PM, and tickets are $10. Viewers will also … Continue reading

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Dead Gold Bug Serves as a Warning to Silver Rebels

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Tweet You may have heard already. It’s been floating around as soft news for about a week. 69-year-old Walter Samaszko Jr. was found dead in his home in Carson City, Nevada surrounded by $7 million in gold bullion. Neighbors say … Continue reading

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Money Monday: Discussing MKG Group’s Experimental Free Market City in Honduras

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Tweet Minarchists have long argued that prosperity is best achieved through the limitation of government power. However, when government interventions lead to economic chaos, politicians typically clamor for more government. As a result, state power tends to grow larger over … Continue reading

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