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NotBeingGoverned.com | I’ve extensively researched the history of wars all over the world dating back 150 years and found that every soldier who fought and died for the “freedom of the American people” died for a goddamn LIE. There was has not been a REAL CREDIBLE threat to the American people themselves since the Civil War. ALL of the wars since then were fought to gain dominance over other parts of the world and/or to protect/expand the international assets of RICH Americans who also strip freedoms away from our own American people for control and profits. The spoils of all the wars for the past 150 years PROVE that....

C4SS.org | Memorial Day in the United States is a time for absentminded, almost spontaneous, flag-waving and military worship; a time when yellow ribbons become ubiquitous and the mantra “support the troops” enjoys renewed life. For those of us who are keenly critical of the United States, its foreign policy in particular, those accoutrements of Memorial Day are more than enough to induce the worst kinds of nausea and even heartache. My family and my close friends are aware that I don’t support the troops. For many of them, that makes me weird and suspect, even arousing their anger and frustration. Given that my position is based on carefully reasoned principles, and not just callow contrarianism, I will attempt to explain it, so that it might be examined anew....

Oak Norton | The use of emotional words instead of logic or reason to get what you want. ...

LarkenRose | This may come as a shock to collectivists, but narrow-minded, prejudiced, rude, stupid bigots have the same rights as everyone else. The recent television discussion between Rand Paul (son of Ron Paul) and Rachel Maddow (collectivist propagandist) has gotten a lot of attention, and has prompted a flood of comments from people who don’t know how to think. Personally, I think Rand deserves some criticism for his comments … for being too civil and too “moderate” with the state-violence-worshiping hostess. To the question of whether a restaurant owner has the right to have a “No blacks allowed” policy, the principled answer would have been, unapologetically and unconditionally:...