Daily Archives: July 2, 2010

Is July 2nd the Real Independence Day? Happy 4th Everyone!

The Declaration of Independence was approved/signed on July 4th, but it was two days earlier that the Continental Congress Passed the Lee Resolution, declaring that we were independent from Britain. This simple resolution was a stirring call to throw off the bonds of tyranny: Continue reading

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Medal of Honor awardees speak out for fellow vets

I’m watching TV, and during a commercial happened to catch the image of an elderly gentleman with the Medal of Honor around his neck. Then there was another. And another. They had my attention. Now they deserve yours. Not everyone comes back unharmed from war, some carry the wounds deep inside where they can’t be […] Continue reading

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Power Elite Versus State Capitalism – A New Meme!

This is a rare event. It is like watching a dormant volcano come to life. Or an island being raised in the ocean from resultant lava flows. It is a one-of-a-kind opportunity. We are bearing witness to the creation of a brand new dominant social theme. … Continue reading

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On "I earned it, it's mine!"

In my political circles quite a few people, both now and in the past, defend the right to private property, to individual ownership, based on the idea that whatever one earns – or creates, or makes, or produces – surely is one's own pro… Continue reading

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Full-body scanners could pose cancer risk at airports, U.S. scientists warn

By Ben Mutzabaugh, USA TODAY A combination of images shows a security guard (left) demonstrating a body scanner at London’s Heathrow airport and a computer screen (right) showing a scan of a security guard with a gun in his possession. CAPTION AF… Continue reading

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Unbelievable; Lindsay Graham-nesty thinks the Tea Party movement will fade away…

…before we primary him in 2014 He hopes. Via The Hill; Everything I’m doing now in terms of talking about climate, talking about immigration, talking about Gitmo is completely opposite of where the Tea Party movement’s at,” Graham said as Cato drove him to the city of Greenwood, where he was to give a commencement […] Continue reading

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Does Oklahoma Need Budget reform

A Brogdon for Gov. Campaign Statement July 1, 2010 Contact: Rick Carpenter (918)230-6564 Continue reading

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Worst Case: Choosing Who Survives in a Flu Epidemic

New York state health officials recently laid out this wrenching scenario for a small group of medical professionals from New York-Presbyterian Hospital: Worst Case: Choosing Who Survives in a Flu Epidemic by Sherri Fink A 32-year-old man with cystic f… Continue reading

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WPT viewer feedback

These emails are some of the feedback we’ve received from Wisconsin Public Television after they aired For Liberty the evening of June 24th.
“Dear WPT, I have enjoyed so many of your programs. Including both Directors’ Cuts programs! I just finished watching the Ron Paul program and was moved. Thank you so much for providing the […] Continue reading

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Tactics for the Good Guys with Robert X Johnson – Parliamentarian

Robert X. Johnson, Parliamentarian

Topic: Tactics for the Good Guys

Midwest Liberty Fest

Du Quoin, Illinois

October 2009 Continue reading

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