As we are forever embroiled with reference to the *Numbers* triggered by actions of this GOVERNment, this website appears to hold all the answers on just one webpage which usually fits on our screen without scrolling. http://usdebtclock.org/
Yes, this will take some time to wade thru, but if you care at all to grasp the big picture, it’s most important that you devote the time. My personal favorite articles are by these authors:
Gary North, “Going Down”
John W. Whitehead “Escaping the Matrix”
and I’m adding William Norman Grigg with his brand-new “Love of Power Wins”
I’m not sure whether this was the work of Mae Brussell or the author of this post, Penn Jones, Jr. It is lengthy, but fascinating and an easy read. It’s been around for a very long time, but somehow I didn’t see it until a couple of days ago.
Among the listed mysterious deaths was Dorothy Kilgallen! We oldtimers remember her well.
Almost all human beings have been so totally cut off from our natural world and enslaved in these ways that they have come to take their prisons and concentration camps for granted as natural and good for us, just as maximum security prisoners become so enslaved in their steel and concrete prisons that they dread being let loose in the world beyond the razor-tipped walls and the machine gun towers.
Almost all human beings are literally insane in this way and think their insanity is the only sanity and the only way mankind can live.
”if you support a State to exist to rule over my life, my person, my property, my labor and my contracts, and
whose agents or employees are empowered to use threats and coercion against me
if I don’t obey their rules regarding what they think I should do with
my life, my person and property, and my labor and contracts
(rules which go beyond ‘don’t aggress, don’t violate other people’s persons or property,’ etc.), then I find it very difficult to say that you are a libertarian.”
As libertarianism has acquired a higher profile in American life over the past several years, the attacks on and caricatures of libertarians have grown almost as rapidly. Libertarians, we read, are antisocial, and prefer isolation over interaction with others. They are greedy, and are unmoved if the poor should starve. They are naive about our dangerous enemies, and refuse their patriotic duty to support the government?s wars.
These caricatures and misconceptions can be put to rest by simply defining what libertarianism is. The libertarian idea is based on a fundamental moral principle: nonaggression. No one may initiate physical force against anyone else.
There is nothing antisocial about that. To the contrary,… (Go to the website to Read More)
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