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07.10.2009 The Fed Under Fire

A look into why congress wants to know more about what the Federal Reserve Bank is doing with our money.

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The Double Standards of Government

December 28, 2008 Leave a comment

Taking what is not yours is called theft.

-When government does it they call it taxes, inflation, confiscation, or eminent domain.

Hurting another person by an act of violence is called assault and battery.

-When government does it they call it necessary force, or a police action.

Taking ones life is called murder.

-When government does it they call it a casualty of war, an accident, or friendly fire.

Taking and holding someone against their will is called kidnapping.

-When government does it they call it under arrest, or detained.

Forcing someone to pay by threat or use of force is called extortion.

-When government does it they call it tax enforcement, court costs, fines, or a ticket.


These are just a few of the double standards you will see in our society.  I would like to be as direct as possible so people can begin to see why we have such a thing as a Bill of Rights and a Constitution.  Government is just as much responsible to the Rule of Law as the rest of us (if not more so).  Governments need to always be accountable to the people and not the other way around.  If you feel your government has violated your rights then its time to speak up and take some action.  Don’t vote for the same politicians that lie, cheat, steal, and encourage corrupt behavior. Don’t vote for politicians that promise change and then act the same as the last tyrant.  Don’t allow the Constitution to be violated by government. Don’t allow the government to abuse your liberties and steal your wealth. If people truly desire change then they must take the responsibility upon themselves first and educate those around them.

12.22.2008 Ron Paul: Government and Fraud

December 23, 2008 1 comment

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Why Government Makes it Worse

December 8, 2008 Leave a comment

Why does everything, and I do mean everything, the government meddles with end up worse that it ever was without them?  For example the war on drugs only creates more crime and does nothing to stop drug sales or drug use, it also costs billions of taxpayer dollars. Gun bans in cities like Washington DC leave people defenseless against thugs and therefore the murder rates are much higher than other cities.  Government run heath care systems in countries like Canada cant handle all of the needs of people so they have to look to other countries for treatments.  Most recent is the governments attempts to bailout failed banks only to have the stock market continue to fall at the expense of everyone. Next up will be the auto industry bailout which still wont stop their downfall.  Free Markets and free choices are the only things that can fix all of these problems.  Why you ask? The reason is the Free Market always finds the most efficient solution for the buyer and seller, free choice allows people to decide for themselves what is best for them.  The Free Market produces the most goods and services for everyone and the free choice creates alternatives and competition.  Let people decide for themselves what is best for them.  Forcing people to do things against their will is why governments always make things worse.  Governments are the most inefficient, irresponsible, one sided, and wasteful orginzations mankind has ever created.

Free Freedomless Internet For all

December 3, 2008 Leave a comment
Broadband for America has inched closer to reality: The plan, after two years of debate, is finally on the calendar for a full vote by the Federal Communications Commission. Assuming the plan is approved at the FCC’s Dec. 18 meeting, one of the agency’s last before President-elect Barack Obama takes office, free broadband could become reality within a year.(http://www.usatoday.com/tech/wireless/2008-12-01-free-broadband_N.htm)

Only a fool would want a censored, restricted, and regulated internet by your government.

Why Hiroshima?

November 30, 2008 1 comment

At 8:16 hours on August 6th 1945 the United States government dropped the first atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima.  Did our government need to go this far? Why do so many innocent people die from government actions such as these?  As the saying goes, “absolute power, corrupts absolutely”. We must keep our governments in check to prevent the abuses against the innocent.

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Think Secession

November 13, 2008 3 comments

Government should never grow so big that the average person is disfranchised by the system.  When this happens people lose touch with what a moral and responsible government should act like.  I think that the only solution to our overwhelming national debt and foreign policy debacles is for each state to take a step back and begin to govern themselves, for themselves.  Each State in the United States could easily function as an independent nation, there is no question about that.  Are people willing to take that step forward is the next question?

The Declaration of Independence makes more sense today, than ever.  The American Empire just like the English Empire is/was too big for its own good.  The massive amounts of debt that the Empire creates is too much of a strain for the populations to handle.  Its time to look for small, responsible governments (starting with your own community), its time to think secession.