Constitutional argument for Oregon militia’s actions.

Hat tip KaD About Krisanne Hall KrisAnne Hall is an attorney and former prosecutor, fired after teaching the Constitution to TEA Party groups – she would not sacrifice liberty for a paycheck. She is a disabled veteran of the US Army, a Russian linguist, a mother, a pastor’s wife and a patriot. She now travels … Continue reading “Constitutional argument for Oregon militia’s actions.”

A Very Real Argument That We As A People Are….

Guest Post by Karl Denninger That’s done.  As in baked, cooked, finis. Let’s just look at the charges and specifications of late, shall we? Big US and Global Banks have admitted (that is, have been convicted) of multiple criminal offenses over the last several years.  A partial list can be found here; let me remind everyone that an ordinary person who commits three … Continue reading “A Very Real Argument That We As A People Are….”

Thoughts from the Frontline: The Last Argument of Central Banks

Thoughts from the Frontline: The Last Argument of Central Banks By John Mauldin   For a central banker, deflation is one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Death, Famine, Disease, and Deflation. (We will address later in this letter why War, in the form of a currency war, is not in a central banker’s … Continue reading “Thoughts from the Frontline: The Last Argument of Central Banks”

Brexit: What Is It About?

Guest Post by Paul Craig Roberts If you read the presstitute media, Brexit—the referendum tomorrow on the UK’s exit from the EU— is about racism. According to the story line, angry rightwing racists of violent inclinations want to leave the EU to avoid having to accept more dark-skinned immigrants into England. Despite the constant propaganda … Continue reading “Brexit: What Is It About?”

The Taxman Can’t Do Math

Guest Post by Mark Nestmann Last month, lawmakers in Massachusetts approved a constitutional amendment that will lead to the departure of many of the state’s wealthiest and most productive citizens. This move is likely to cause tax revenues to drop and real estate values to collapse. The proposed change imposes a 4% surtax on residents … Continue reading “The Taxman Can’t Do Math”

What I learned from the Far East

I recently visited Eastern China and stayed for a week.  It was a work trip and there is a strong possibility I will be back for a longer stay in the future.  I wanted to share some my thoughts in a quasi-organized manner, I’m sure I will forget details and keep in mind my “evidence” … Continue reading “What I learned from the Far East”

So It Has Now Been A Week, And….

Guest Post by Karl Denninger   … the following is quite clear. The cops will not protect you.  It is not their job, despite your belief that it is and their slogans on their cars. The police sat outside Pulse for three hours after knowing there was an active shooter inside. He was obviously still shooting at that point because when they did … Continue reading “So It Has Now Been A Week, And….”

Orlando Victims Died Because They Were Unarmed – Not Because They Were Gay

Submitted by Brandon Smith via, Numerous liberty movement analysts and proponents, myself included, have been warning about 2016 and the heightened potential for multiple terrorist events.  I have written extensively on the history of ISIS, its proven ties to western governments and the disturbing program to forcefully inject millions of Islamic refugees into western … Continue reading “Orlando Victims Died Because They Were Unarmed – Not Because They Were Gay”

Oh Look, The Actual Debate!

Guest Post by Karl Denninger   Aha!  Someone is finally actually taking up the debate that, if you wish to disrespect the Second Amendment, you actually need to have. I teach the Constitution for a living. I revere the document when it is used to further social justice and make our country a more inclusive one. I admire … Continue reading “Oh Look, The Actual Debate!”

You want to argue gun control? Know what the hell you’re talking about then!

Guest Post by Curt Schilling Anyone want to take a stab at what these are?   790.06 License to carry concealed weapon or firearm.— (1) The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is authorized to issue licenses to carry concealed weapons or concealed firearms to persons qualified as provided in this section. Each such license must bear … Continue reading “You want to argue gun control? Know what the hell you’re talking about then!”

Ubi libertas, ibi patria!

The following piece was written by Paul Rogan who is the owner of the Canadian publication “Canadian Access to Firearms” or CATF for short. Paul is a gentleman in the truest sense of the word. He is an old school Parisian who first introduced me to the writings of Bastiat. I am proud to call him my friend … Continue reading “Ubi libertas, ibi patria!”

Presidential Dictatorship

Guest Post by Antonius Aquinas Executive orders, undeclared wars, drone hits, assassination of citizens and non-citizens alike, the overthrow of foreign regimes, domestic spying, the abetting of known criminal activities through pardons, economic planning, opening borders, monetary manipulations are just some of the nefarious activities that routinely emanate from the most dangerous political office that … Continue reading “Presidential Dictatorship”

Philadelphia’s Soda Tax Is About Raising Revenue, Not Public Health

The liberal do-gooders again revealed to be lying sacks of shit. They pose this tax grab as a health issue and then at the last minute decide to include diet soda in the tax. There is no sugar in diet soda. City Council passed it yesterday. Nothing but a bunch of left wing Democrats raping … Continue reading “Philadelphia’s Soda Tax Is About Raising Revenue, Not Public Health”