Something recently happened in England that warrants revisiting Rachel Maddow’s (in?)famous 2010 interview with Rand Paul concerning the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In April of this year, Rachel Maddow also revisited that interview, following Rand’s visit to Howard University, during which he answers a question from a student with the sentence: “I do question […]
By shear chance, I stumbled across this blast from the past in my Facebook feed today. From the taxpayer subsidized Texas Rangers to terrorizer-tied Gulf oil sheikhs, here’s how W. made his millions: Brooks Jackson/CNN May 13, 1999 Web posted at: 6:00 p.m. EDT (2200 GMT) ARLINGTON, Texas (May 13) — In Austin, […]
The tragic tail of Iva Toguri (the one they called Tokyo Rose) perfectly sums up George Washington’s warning that “Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” As Ron Yates, a Chicago Tribune journalist who played a key role in […]
This was a great interview with the smart gents at the Rundown Live (Wisconsin) After some brief background we go into many topics like political perspective and how it’s important, liberty, Blue Republican, immigration, foreign news and Watching America, Bilderberg, Guardian (news), and much more. Please support these guys… Quick correction: I incorrectly mentioned the […]
Last week, the People’s Republic of China (Red China) infamously added an uninhabited small island chain to an East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone; an area the Peking/Beijing government has considered the Diaoyu Islands (Diàoyú) since the time of the Ming Dynasty. For centuries, these islands have long been recognized as an ideal fishing spot for commercial fishermen. Had potential oil and gas reserves not been […]
GUEST POST – by Jason Gerard Clauss I’d like to set something straight. The Pilgrims were overrated. The Pilgrims weren’t red blooded Americans. They were religious fanatics that England couldn’t stand and was all to happy to rid herself of. They were incompetent survivalists whose presence the Indians tolerated because they posed no threat on […]
I am not Jewish, and don’t celebrate Hanukkah. But here’s to all who do! *Growing up with Jewish neighbors (one of whom was a devout rabbi at the local synagogue), they would always pass around the best potato latkes every Holiday season.
We all know that Plymouth pilgrims faced bitter cold, starvation, disease, and almost disaster during their first New World winter. But have you ever heard the story of how Miles Standish, Squanto, and free markets saved the colony? Hope everyone’s had a Happy Thanksgiving, and a wonderful holiday weekend to everybody!
Wow, to think I applied to this school once…. In the words of Peter Neiger, a College of Charleston grad and a fellow libertarian activist, this new move by AU campus morality police is: “Stupid, ineffective, and possibly unconstitutional. The current surge of fear-mongering around MDMA should increase calls for safe practices, not more of the […]
“I believe in an America where the free enterprise system flourishes for all other systems to see and admire – where no businessman lacks either competition or credit – and where no monopoly, no racketeer, no government bureaucracy can put him out of business that he built up with his own initiative.” – Senator John […]
Wednesday, police arrested a man caught with nothing more than an illegal hidden compartment in his vehicle – an empty one at that. You heard right; there were no drugs, no weapons, no Rebels, and no droids the Empire was looking for in the man’s truck. Instead, he is currently being held in custody on […]