Tag Archives: God

The Right to Ignore the State

by Herbert Spencer (1820-1903) via Constitution.org Herbert Spencer was an incredible prophet and a magnificent defender of laissez-faire. Among his numerous works is The Man Versus The State, first published in 1884. That book launched one of the most spirited attacks … Continue reading

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Surrender in the Culture Wars. It All Over, Don´t it?

by Fred Reed via Fred on Everything How the hell did it happen? I lived, 1951 to 1956, aged six to eleven, in the Arlington suburbs of Washington and, ´56 to´57, in smalltown Athens, Alabama, and eighth grade through high … Continue reading

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The State is My Shepherd

Funny, in a warped way. The girls might say “cute.” — jtl, 419 A psalm of Collectivism (New International Version). http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=d11_1357423844

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Comrade, Whilst Thou Return To Thy Motherland?

Years ago I knew an old cowboy-rancher that had emigrated to Mexico and was always bitching about it. He called it the “land of blanketed thieves, hooded whores and sandal wearing sons-a-bitches.” But then when you asked him, “John, when … Continue reading

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Obama’s Second Inaugural Address: An Unofficial Translation

by Gary North via The Tea Party Economist Barack Obama, who did not close Guantanamo, prosecute corrupt bankers, or get American troops out of Afghanistan, delivered his second inaugural yesterday. afghanistan (Photo credit: The U.S. Army) The address was a … Continue reading

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Economics and Religion

These two powerful aspects of human life deserve to be examined and they deserve to be freed from the errors foisted upon them by the ego-driven. The Economic Methodology Of “Know Thyself” Bridges The Divide.  There are those who doubt … Continue reading

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Isaiah’s Job

The following is exerted from Isaiah’s Job, an essay by Albert J Nock: Are you a part of the “Remnant?” My guess is that you are–otherwise you wouldn’t be reading FlyoverPress. — jtl, 419  In the year of Uzziah’s death, … Continue reading

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Christmas in an Anti-Christian Age

By Patrick J. Buchanan Tuesday – December 25, 2012  By Patrick J. Buchanan For two millennia, the birth of Christ has been seen as the greatest event in world history. The moment Jesus was born in a stable in Bethlehem, … Continue reading

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Rothbard on the Politics of the Apocalypse

Kingdom Come: The Politics of the Millenium by Murray N. Rothbard on December 21, 2012 [First published in Liberty Magazine, 1990]  Christianity has played a central role in Western civilization and contributed an important influence on the development of classical-liberal … Continue reading

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     Is there a permanent solution to school shootings? Yes! Close them all down. Put the buildings and equipment on the auction block. After all, they are nothing but mandatory govrnment propaganda camps anyway. You can teach a motivated … Continue reading

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