Monthly Archives: November 2012

Black Friday: An embarrassing American tradition

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As most of us recover from our gluttonous evenings, American consumers are crowding the aisles of every department store taking advantage of savings on trendy gifts like TV’s and iPads. I can personally say I’ve never taken part in this … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks to Doctor Ron Paul for a Lifetime of Service

Posted on by Davi Barker

Four years ago the grass roots slogan of the Ron Paul Revolution, from to the multitudes of decentralized Meet-Up groups was, “Who is Ron Paul?” or “Google Ron Paul” because a lot of people simply didn’t know. Today he … Continue reading

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Rebel of the Week: Marijuana Enthusiasts

Posted on by Davi Barker

This week we’re going to celebrate all those Rebels out there fighting for marijuana decriminalization, legalization, medical use or even just advocating a much needed injection of sanity in this country’s drug policy. And we’ve seen a lot of Rebels … Continue reading

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FEMA Camps, Fusion Centers, and Emergency Powers

Posted on by Barry Donegan

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, FEMA’s failures were on public display. Displaced residents found themselves in makeshift facilities with accommodations that were so uncomfortable as to be compared to a prison camp. Hurricane evacuees huddled without heat and were required … Continue reading

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Secret Gold Stashes

Posted on by Davi Barker

Some months ago we featured a theory by Bix Weir about a comic book titled The Road to Roota. Bix posits that a faction working within the cabal of banking elite are actually working to undo their monetary hegemony and … Continue reading

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Federal Reserve Officials Admit QE3 Won’t Work

Posted on by Barry Donegan

Ben Bernanke is set to speak tomorrow about the Federal Reserve’s future plans. Recently, the private central banking cartel decided to initiate a third round of quantitative easing in response to a recent jobs report, believing falsely that inflation will … Continue reading

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Lincoln Movie is Propaganda

Posted on by Davi Barker

With only a limited theatrical release last week, Steven Spielberg’s latest work of imaginative fiction is scheduled for wide release today. I know Hollywood plays fast and loose with history, but when they go out of their way to get … Continue reading

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RIP Hostess: Playing Chicken with Twinkies

Posted on by Barry Donegan

We are living through the second Great Depression. During times of significant economic downturn, companies have to reduce their costs in order to make up for lost revenues due to declining sales. Companies in trouble due to market-wide phenomena tend … Continue reading

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The Voluntaryist Comic Campaign Ends November 17th

Posted on by Davi Barker

We’re always on the look out for fellow travelers and the Voluntaryist comic series is definately that. A young man is bombarded by cosmic radiation giving him extraordinary powers, and the strength he needs to rescue his parents from government … Continue reading

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Rebellious Tunes: Music in the Liberty Movement

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Ideas like politics and economics are difficult to spread to the uninitiated. The typical American finds these subjects boring and irrelevant. However, art, music, and film offer great ways to spread information without turning away those who are disinterested in … Continue reading

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