Our “Natural Rights”… those which GOVERNment does not own and thus cannot grant. It’s supposed to protect for it’s “citizens” but that’s no longer part of it’s agenda, and probably never was. This is the best 22 minutes you might invest this year!
Month: February 2015
Those who raise legitimate questions or identify potential wrongdoing are presumed racist or mentally unbalanced misfits, in a situation where the truth is casually sacrificed by Democrats and Republicans alike in order to preserve a corrupt political status quo, as Obama drives the country off the cliff.
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Have you ever thought about herding cats?
Cats are known for their aloof independence. Sure, your cat will curl up in your lap and purr while you pet him, but how often do you see cats sit…or speak…or fetch on demand? Nobody trains guard CATS. There are no Feline Units in your local police department. So the visual image above of cowboys herding cats is meant to be absurd, showing that corralling a bunch of snooty independent cats is a tough job.
Freedom, as people enjoyed it in the democratic countries of Western civilization in the years of the old liberalism’s triumph, was not a product of constitutions, bills of rights, laws, and statutes. Those documents aimed only at safeguarding liberty and freedom, firmly established by the operation of the market economy, against encroachments on the part of officeholders.
Where were Muslims during World War II? They were aligned with Adolf Hitler. The Muslim grand mufti himself met with Adolf Hitler, reviewed the troops and accepted support from the Nazi’s in killing Jews.
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 any war in the history of the United States is eligible for revisionist history. I have said before that what we need is a multi-volume study of America’s wars. Each volume would examine one war. It would answer three questions:
1. How did the United States get into the war?
2. How was the war paid for?
3. What were the social and economic results of the war?