Tuesday May 21, 2013
Today in 2011, many religious individuals beleive this day to be the end of the world.
I do not feel less alone because people I don’t know now and never will take the time to wish me a happy birthday, as charming and kind as they may be. — , In reference of reasons to quit Facebook.
LarkenRose | When the average person hears the word “anarchy,” his mind immediately fills with misconceptions and false assumptions. Voluntaryists often have to spend more time explaining all the things that “anarchy” does NOT mean, than they do explaining what it does mean.... - [More]Posted: May 20, 2013 in Videos
NPR.org | Twenty years ago this week, researchers renounced the right to patent the World Wide Web. Officials at CERN, the European research center where the Web was invented, wrote: CERN relinquishes all intellectual property to this code, both source and binary form and permission is granted for anyone to use, duplicate, modify and redistribute it.
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DXLiberty | The “shot heard ’round the world” is a phrase that has come to represent several historical incidents. This time it’s a bit different but no less turbulent. The worlds first fully functional 100% printable firearm (The Liberator) fires it’s first round.... - [More]Posted: May 6, 2013 in Videos
AngryHateMusic | Let me begin my address with a confession. I make it sorrowfully and with self-disgust; but in the presence of great sacrifice we learn humility, and if my comrades could give their lives for their belief, why, let me give my pride. Yet I would not give it, for personal utterance is of trifling importance, were it not that I think at this particular season it will encourage those of our sympathizers whom the recent outburst of savagery may have disheartened, and perhaps lead some who are standing where I once stood to do as I did later.... - [More]Posted: May 5, 2013 in Articles, Recommended
AngryHateMusic | I wonder what Joseph Stalin or Reinhard Heydrich would of thought of the city of Boston’s lock-down in Watertown, MA on April 19th, 2013. I think they would of smiled, not at the impudent nature of the act but to the overwhelming ease and positive response of its citizenry to having absolutely every single natural right turned to privilege in the search for a 19-year-old suspect. And in the end, martial law in Boston did not catch the suspect.... - [More]Posted: in Videos
Thomas Sowell (born June 30, 1930) is an American economist, social theorist, political philosopher, and author.... - [More]Posted: May 3, 2013 in Videos
One of the most classic signs of tyranny is when the people dare not publicly criticize their own government. But even the regimes that most violently crushed all dissent and criticism pretended to support freedom of speech.... - [More]Posted: May 1, 2013 in Documentary, Recommended
MarcStevens | Like other prosecutors, Michael is conflating the geographic with the political, insisting that Ian is within the plaintiff state on nothing more than geography. We break this by pointing out with Michael’s own response that the state is arguing. Geographic areas don’t argue and hire attorneys.... - [More]Posted: April 30, 2013 in Videos