Bad Week for Freedom

I’ve finally gone back to reading Zero Hedge again. I’d gotten a bit tired of some of their politics and had decided to spend time elsewhere. But, I’ve been lured back. (When a site like this produces that much good content on a regular basis, sometimes you just need to hold your nose and dive in anyway.) One bit of good content that surfaced yesterday was an impressive, four thousand word rant by Jim Quinn from The Burning Platform. It was a well-written analysis of what’s happening to our freedoms – and why last week wasn’t a good one for … Read more

One More Reason to Move to Montana

It’s not like you really need one. Yes, I know that it’s cold up there, but these people are serious about the US Constitution and individual rights. And, the fact that there really aren’t that many people up there… well, it’s perfect for anti-social types like yours truly. Why am I all excited? Montana is about to issue (or die trying) a recall of their Federal elected officials in Washington D.C. because they voted for that obscene piece of legislation that is the 2012 version of the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA. I hate the cold. I really do, … Read more

We Have Crossed the Rubicon

What an amazing time that we live in. Would any of you have thought that America would come to this? Seriously, a police state. Who would have thought? Do we now have to start calling each other comrade now? Welcome to the future. We Have Crossed the Rubicon Eric Peters, December 15th, 2011 Eric Peters Autos The following article has been contributed by Eric Peters. Mr. Peter’s is a Libertarian columnist, automobile enthusiast, business owner and author of Automotive Atrocities: The Cars We Love to Hate. You can find his regular writings, rants and expert opinion at Eric Peters Autos. … Read more

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