FreedomFighters The Future of Freedom Foundation Freedom Fighters Reason is the life of the law; nay, the common law itself is nothing less than reason. -- Edward Coke, First Institute Edward Coke Wikipedia Sir Edward Coke: English Lawyer and Parliamentarian LaughterGeneaology.com The Classical Law of Tort by Amanda J. Owens and Charles K. Rowley Locke Institute Debates about the Petition of Right by Edward Coke Online Library of Liberty [click for more] Most of the major ills of the world have been caused by well-meaning people who ignored the principle of individual freedom, except as applied to themselves, and who were obsessed with fanatical zeal to improve the lot of mankind-in-the-mass through some pet formula of their own.
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Follow the Money: The Secret Heart of the Secret State. The Deeper Implications of the Snowden Revelations No one, anywhere, has been writing about the deeper and wider implications of the Snowden revelations than Arthur Silber. (I hope you’re not surprised by this.) In a series of powerful, insightful essays, Silber has, among other things, laid bare the dangers of the oddly circumscribed ‘gatekeeper’ approach of the journalistic guardians (at, ironically, the Guardian) of Snowden’s secrets, particularly their slow drip-feed of carefully self-censored tidbits from the famous Powerpoint presentation that Snowden secreted from the bowels of the United Stasi of the American intelligent apparat.
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Ludwig von Mises: "Big business depends entirely on the patronage of those who buy its products: the biggest enterprises loses its power and its influence when it loses its customers." - Economic Policy This database of quotations from Mises was prepared for The Quotable Mises edited by Mark Thornton, available from the Mises Institute store for $20. Send corrections to the editor. Here is a source page on the editions of the books referenced. Put Mises quotes on your site. The Quotable Mises - Ludwig von Mises Institute
Greatest Heroes Who Fought FDR’s New Deal by Jim Powell by Jim Powell by Jim Powell During the early 1930s, there were powerful political pressures to suppress economic liberty, as the New Deal promoted price fixing and cartels that benefited producer interests at the expense of consumers. But for three years, the U.S. Supreme Court defended economic liberty and struck down one New Deal law after another. New Deal historians long blamed these adverse Supreme Court decisions on the "Four Horsemen of Reaction," meaning justices Willis Van Devanter, James C.
Former regulatory czar Cass Sunstein (and co-author of the paternalist manifesto Nudge) just wrote a piece contrasting Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged with communist-turn-conservative Whittaker Chambers’ autobiography, Witness. Both Rand and Chambers have had a profound influence on conservatives, Sunstein notes, and yet they had profound differences—eloquently illustrated by Chambers’ notorious 1957 “review” of Rand’s Atlas Shrugged in National Review, which includes a ludicrous comparison of Rand’s hymn to the free rational mind—with the Nazi Holocaust. I won’t regurgitate the entirety of Chambers’ review or Sunstein’s generally positive summary of it. Laissez Faire — The Uncompromised Case for CapitalismLaissez Faire
This is step one. Basic, yes, but more will arrive soon. In the meantime . . . Did you already join the Deny Consent Founders Committee? Deny Consent: Action Center of the Post-Statism Movement
Introducing the book... The LAWFUL Remedy to Tyranny How You Lost Your Rights, and How You Can Get Them Back by Richard Walbaum Main Points of This Summary: The LAWFUL Remedy to Tyranny: How You Lost Your Rights, and How You Can Get Them Back
(NaturalNews) As the tyranny of destructive government envelops our once-free society, have you noticed how oppression, censorship and government aggression against the people is always defended as somehow protecting public safety? Consider these astonishing contradictions: • The government claims that every single air traveler must be intimately searched and confirmed harmless in order to protect the safety of a few hundred passengers on the plane, but that very same government conducts no safety testing whatsoever on each batch of toxic fluoride chemicals dumped into municipal water supplies that threaten the health of tens of millions! The great government hoax of public safety
The REAL ID Act is a bad law passed under false pretenses. It was rejected three separate times by the U.S. Senate, and was only passed because it was added to a larger bill containing disaster relief and funding for Iraq. The Senate didn't want it, and the American people don't want it either. But the Republican majority leadership in Congress imposed it on us, and so now we have to fight to get it repealed. The REAL ID Act creates a centralized federal database of personal information about all Americans. Repeal the REAL ID Act
Lots of other stories have dominated the headlines lately, so people have paid little attention to news that House and Senate leaders have settled on a plan to fund the government for the first half of fiscal 2013 through a continuing resolution. Senator Reid’s press release states that the agreement “will avoid a government shutdown while funding the government at $1.047 trillion.” If only that were true. The president’s most recent budget estimates that federal outlays will be something more like $3.8 trillion. Whatever the case on the total figures, this is a good time to be asking just what will be in that six-month extension of government funding. And I’m particularly interested in whether it will continue to fund our national ID law, the REAL ID Act. Defund REAL ID
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Clovers are ok with the American Police State because to them, it’s not a police state. They see no imposition – much less tyranny. They see “democracy,” lawful order. The flag – and (to them) freedom. The mindset is nicely articulated by the well-worn Clover cliche: “If you just obey the law you won’t have any problems.” It’s circular reasoning, obviously – with the circles becoming ever tighter as they spiral down toward the drain into outright and abject slavery. Why Clover Thinks He’s Free
Burundanga: The Drug Against Free Will Burundanga is a scary drug. According to news reports from Ecuador, the last thing a motorist could recall, after waking up minus his car and possessions, was being approached by two women; in Venezuela, a girl came round in hospital to find she had been abducted and sexually assaulted. Each had been doped with burundanga, an extract of the brugmansia plant containing high levels of the psychoactive chemical scopolamine.News reports allude to a sinister effect: that the drug removes free will, effectively turning victims into suggestible human puppets. Although not fully understood by neuroscience, free will is seen as a highly complex neurological ability and one of the most cherished of human characteristics. Clearly, if a drug can eliminate this, it highlights a stark vulnerability at the core of our species.It is known that scopolamine affects memory and makes people more passive.
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Police scan us. Soon we’ll scan them Very soon you will be able to go to the airport and not cower at having a Homeland Security cop rummage around your private parts or command you to be filmed for any trace association with terrorism. Instead, according to website Gizmodo, “within the next year or two, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will instantly know everything about your body, clothes and luggage with a new laser-based molecular scanner fired from 164 feet (50 meters) away. “From traces of drugs or gun powder on your clothes to what you had for breakfast to the adrenaline level in your body — agents will be able to get any information they want without even touching you” (“Hidden Government Scanners Will Instantly Know Everything About You From 164 Feet Away,” gizmodo.com, July 10).
A friend shared with me the song “Woodcarver” from A Tribe Called Red about the unjustified shooting death of James T. Williams. As I didn’t see much on CopBlock.org about the incident, though it was... Read More → This article was originally posted at TechDirt.com by Tim Cushing. Today’s cautionary tale of How Not to Use the Internet comes to us courtesy of a man who someday hopes to carry a badge and gun.... Cop Block | Reporting Police Abuse, Brutality, and Corruption
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