Monthly Archives: January 2018

Watch As Activist Asserts Rights Against Constitutional Threats From Police – And Wins

Turner expressed that he was remaining silent and exercising his 5th Amendment right to remain silent. For amateurs, the temptation to “help” the police “just do their jobs” often gets them in trouble with the law. The Constitution is clear: … Continue reading

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Too Many Wars. Too Many Enemies

As for America’s longest war, in Afghanistan, now in its 17th year, the end is nowhere on the horizon. My Marine Corps career spanned some 35 years (with a lot of reserve and broken time) and included 2 wars–Vietnam and … Continue reading

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Is Trump Suicidal?

If the president’s legal team lets Trump sit for hours answering Mueller’s agents, they should be disbarred for malpractice. Yep, a wise old country lawyer told me a long time ago, there are only 5 words you ever say to … Continue reading

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A Conspiracy of Silence Assaults Privacy

The Colonial reaction to the British use of general warrants was to take up arms and fight the American Revolution. It’s time boys. — jtl, 419 By Andrew P. Napolitano  via During the past three weeks, Congress passed and … Continue reading

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“Secret Society” in FBI and DOJ? Naw, (except where there is)

Lets face it, The Swamp does not want to be drained. It’s denizens enjoy slopping around in the political ooze and they will resist anyone who tries to drain their Homeland and give the American public half a chance. They … Continue reading

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What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right

You are not allowed to be a selfish individual and say no to relatives.  The result: Everyone has nothing. That happens sometimes in the uSSA too. But at least it is not a part of the culture. I laugh every time … Continue reading

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When Government Shuts Down

Shutting down the government was this Congress’s most noble act… It may have been the only principled act in two years of political compromise. The only problem was (is) the shutdown wasn’t permanent. — jtl, 419 by Lew Rockwell via … Continue reading

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On Getting Libertarianism Right

How can human beings, “real persons,” having to act in a “real world” characterized by the scarcity of all sorts of physical things, interact with each other, conceivably from the beginning of mankind until the end of human history, peacefully, … Continue reading

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How “History” Professors View the “Civil War”

He had some interesting commentary in his article that backed up what Donnie Kennedy and I said in our book Lincoln’s Marxists.  The title of his article was The Civil War Was a Victory for Marx and Working-Class Radicals. Ah yes, democracy, … Continue reading

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When Judged by the Content of His Character

This, for the sake of truth, should never be forgotten. You folks enjoy your holiday. — jtl, 419 by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume Introduction In his famous “I have a dream” speech, Martin Luther King, Jr. hoped for a day … Continue reading

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