Heavier than a mountain

“Death is lighter than a feather, but duty is heavier than a mountain.” Read this piece of speculative fiction over at AmMerc. That looks like some real Oathkeepers to me. Also, CA over at WRSA has posted this call for a media campaign.  I tossed in my $0.02 in the comments.  Feel free to contribute, … Continue reading

You are free

You have been free since the moment of your first breath. You have the highest claim on your life, your labor, and your property. You are the one who decides how deep your honor goes, and what actions are required to wipe away the tarnish. You are free.  I am free. If we choose to … Continue reading

From WRSA

CA leaves us with these thoughts. “I will be held accountable, by future generations and by God, for all that I have done and for all that I might have done.” So will we all.  So will we all… – Cato, the American.

He’s dropping history…

Damn, you mean all the scary Muslims of Iran don’t hate us for our freedoms? But all of the approved candidates say … ah hell, you I can’t even do this satirically. It’s hard to get a grasp of geopolitics with your head firmly stuck in the ostrich-hole. – Cato, the American.

Hey NDAA, how many rights did you trample today?

From Lew Rockwell: We Have Crossed the Rubicon by Eric Peters ——————————————- Here’s the roll-call vote on the NDAA for FY ’12.  Oh, and there’s that bit about indefinite detention without trial, charge, council, and maybe even at  Gitmo.  You know, the one Barack said he’d veto, not on civil liberties grounds, but because it … Continue reading

This is too much

Tell me these men have not put themselves in a state of war with the people. “Whenever the legislators endeavor to take away and destroy the property of the people, or to reduce them to slavery under arbitrary power, they put themselves into a state of war with the people, who are thereupon absolved from … Continue reading

This is too much

Tell me these men have not put themselves in a state of war with the people. “Whenever the legislators endeavor to take away and destroy the property of the people, or to reduce them to slavery under arbitrary power, they put themselves into a state of war with the people, who are thereupon absolved from … Continue reading