Monthly Archives: November 2011

Rebel of the Week: Emma Sullivan

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// Last week two children got into a fuss over a disparaging tweet that necessitated the Principal’s intervening and demanding a written apology from the offensive tweeter. Just one catch. Neither of them were children. High school senior Emma Sullivan … Continue reading

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Zero Hedge FTW!

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Bipartisan Means Bifascist

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// According to various news sources, legislation in the U.S. Senate that would obliterate the ragged tatters that are all that’s left of the Bill of Rights may be voted on as soon as 48 hours from this writing. Called … Continue reading

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Gold and Silver Cub Numbers Are Growing!

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// “The popularity of gold among young investors speaks to the metal’s impressive role as a storer of wealth-” We’ve scoured a few precious metal conferences around the country to find out where the youth are in relation to this … Continue reading

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100 Reasons to End The Fed

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//   1. The Federal Reserve System constantly decreases the value of our dollar by printing money out of thin air. (inflation) 2. Graph: The value of a $1 Federal Reserve Note in 1913 dollars (the year the Fed was … Continue reading

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Movie Monday: J. Edgar – Dick Tracy from The Bizarro World

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//   It’s difficult to make any commentary on Clint Eastwood’s most recent directorial project without recalling his recent comments on gay marriage: “I don’t give a fuck about who wants to get married to anybody else! Why not?! We’re … Continue reading

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Fed News Friday: Fort Worth Man Gets 80 Years for Counterfeiting, Something The Federal Reserve Does Every Day

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//     “But how is this legal plunder to be identified? Quite simply… See if the law benefits one citizen at the expense of another by doing what the citizen himself cannot do without committing a crime.” -Frederic Bastiat, … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving! Reasons to be Thankful…

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// Since the beginning of my tenure as a blogger here a few weeks ago, I’ve done a lot of complaining and a lot of criticizing. It’s easy for those of us who are awake to the menace of central … Continue reading

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Rebels of the Week: The man who refused a TSA-style search and the judge who dismissed charges against him

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// “I don’t have to accept this Nazism!” -Robert Goodwin, a rebel When I hear stories like this, my heart quickens, my eyes widen, and I can feel the spirit of rebellion rising up from my stomach. I’m so encouraged … Continue reading

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The Importance of Being Ernie

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// The word “radical”, as you may already know, has nothing to do with throwing Molotov cocktails, barricading streets, or even being extreme in your opinions. The word descends from the Latin “radix” for ”root” and is related to “radish”, a radical veggie … Continue reading

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