Tag Archives: Politics 2013

Where the Governmental Shutdown is REAL – and People are Angry

The governmental “Shutdown” is for the most part bogus:  the consensus seems to be that only 17% of all government employees are on furlough:  not expected to get a paycheck on the 15th or 31st of October (remember, even Federal … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News #13-33C: Police State and Politics 2013

Home front: Police state Wisconsin: Police tackle man for photographing protest (Raw Story) “A photographer and activist was aggressively arrested at the Wisconsin Capitol on Monday during a daily singalong protest. Video of the incident uploaded to YouTube showed two police officers … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-32C: Liberty and what? Stupid government

Liberty, sadly, is too often mistaken for something else:  listening to a different talk show a couple of days ago, the guy (who sounded pretty libertarian for a minarchist) attacked Rand Paul (or maybe, upheld him) as NOT being a … Continue reading

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Three-hundredth Post: The “messiah” strikes again and again

Home front – The “messiah”: Obama wants police to search smartphones (News story (from NPR) via Godfather Politics)… Obama wanting to give police throughout the country the right to search someone’s smartphone without having a warrant.  … guest commentator on … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-31C: Stupid governments

Abominable Act – Crash of 2009 ObamaCare Is Lowering Part-Time Workers’ Hours (Investor’s Business Daily) The number of individuals working 25-29 hours per week in their primary job rose by 119,000, or 2.7 percent, from a year ago; the number … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-23D: This and That in Tyranny Today

Politics 2013 Party Affiliation Taints Americans’ Views On Privacy, Civil Liberty (Personal Liberty) A poll released Monday shows more than half of all Americans think it’s acceptable for the government to secretly track their phone calls, if doing so keeps them safe … Continue reading

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Bogus Stories: White House Accuses Governors of Treason

Nathan: I’ve held off on commenting on this story while hoping to find some verification from other sources, especially the claim about facing arrest.  I’ve found that this is a fresh revival of a bogus story from 2010, apparently created … Continue reading

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Checkmate on your “Military Type” Firearms Ban

By Robert Greenslade © Nitwit Press Progressives at the state and federal level are rushing to enact legislation that would ban firearms they claim are “military type” weapons. If they want to classify these weapons as “military type” firearms, then … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News #13-10D: Enemy of the state?

WARNING:  According to a law school professor, pursuant to the Military Commissions Act, “Anyone who … speaks out against the governments policies could be declared an unlawful enemy combatant and imprisoned indefinitely.” That includes American citizens. IF YOU ARE READING … Continue reading

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A slightly-fractured “Biblical” tale of modern times

A slightly-fractured “Biblical” tale is not really “religious” but isn’t intended to be sacrilegious either: just a fun and memorable way to point out the stupidity of modern Liberals and Tranzis. A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, … Continue reading

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