This past Friday I hopped on air with a good friend of this site, Brian Engelman of the The New American Media. We were joined by Blake Walley, host of “Eccentric Perspective” on Freedomizer Radio. Blake is also known as the man who caught an operative, presumably from the Romney campaign, handing out fake delegate slates at the Nevada GOP Caucus. We covered a number of topics ranging from drones to the Federal Reserve to immigration, and of course I
The interwebs have been abuzz lately with talk of the much-hyped impending “Zombie Apocalypse” that seems to be coming to life (or undeath?) around us. It started with the report of a man literally eating the face off of a homeless man in Miami. Then it was a Texas woman purportedly killing her own infant and eating part of its’ brain. A New Jersey man is said to have cut out his own intestines and thrown them at the cops.
Yes, we covered just about everything under the sun during my radio appearance on The New American Media‘s “Agree to Disagree” program this past Friday. If you love liberty and have 90 minutes or so, give it a listen! Receive access to ALL of our EXCLUSIVE bonus audio content – including “Conspiracy Corner”, “Degenerate Gamblers” and the “League of Liberty Podcast” by joining the Lions of Liberty Pride and supporting us on Patreon!
There will come a day, when the masses realize that they have been fooled. The illusion of government superiority in planning the behaviors and choices of private citizen’s personal lives will be exposed. An increasing amount of people realize that the government has no right to exert force with the intent of influencing the decisions of free people. Both parties feed this divisive political climate in this country by stressing disruptive rhetoric and relaxing the focus on issues that bring people
Every once in a while I’m pleasantly surprised by an act of government, with recent examples including Virginia’s attempt to nullify the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA and the federal government allowing airports to opt out of using TSA security. Last week brought another one of these rare surprises, as Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels signed a bill allowing citizens to use deadly force against police officers they believe are entering their home illegally. Much of the response to the
Remember joining Facebook? No? Neither do I, but yet I cannot imagine life without it. It is difficult to recall the exact moment that I decided to sign up for the world’s most popular social networking site. It is also tough to pin-point the precise moment when status updates entered my daily routine and my group of “friends” increased more than I had ever dreamed, or wanted. Facebook has irreversibly altered the social landscape for all ages, from teenagers to grandparents. Without
As retired Marine Corp General Smedley Butler once stated so succinctly, war is a racket. Throughout history governments have had to continuously come up with new justifications for war to present to it’s citizens. The straight up answer of “imperialist aspirations, mercantalism and general plunder” isn’t enough to rally a populace to be eager to sacrifice blood and treasure, so governments instead conjure all sorts of noble causes and boogeymen to justify military intervention in other countries. Back in the day we fought World Wars
Yesterday when I groggily opened my eyes and did my pre-rolling-out-of-bed iPhone Merry-Go-Round (Email, Facebook, Twitter, Repeat), I noticed on the ‘ol Facebook feed something to the effect of “3,236 of your friends posted about Kony 2012” (Editor’s Note: Actual numbers may be made up) along with a video of the same title. Being the go getter about town that I am, I didn’t have time to watch the video throughout the day, but I became more intrigued as I saw it reposted over and
Popcorn is a delicious snack, I think we can all agree on that, no? In fact, pretty much every snack at the movie theater is downright scrumptious – be they Junior Mints, Goobers, or the delightful SnoCaps (my personal favorite). And there isn’t a much better way to get a break from all the seriousness of the world – what with the Federal Reserve destroying our currency while the government takes away our freedoms and such – than to sit
The decision I made several years ago to buy a 15 mile/gallon gas guzzling Ford Explorer is really coming back to bite me in the ass. This week the national average price for a gallon of gasoline has risen above $3.50 per gallon for only the third time in history. Even more disturbing is that the normal highs for gasoline are achieved in the spring and summer months. There is logical reasoning behind this trend. Less expensive blends of gasoline