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Monthly Archives: January 2013
(Info Wars) – On Wednesday the residents of Galveston, Texas, endured what folks in Houston and Miami did earlier this week – an “urban warfare” exercise conducted by the U.S. military. “If you hear a lot of loud noises in … Continue reading
My book Libertarianism: A Primer, published in 1997, begins with this paragraph: In 1995 Gallup pollsters found that 39 percent of Americans said that “the federal government has become so large and powerful that it poses an immediate threat to … Continue reading
While Chief James Johnson, the police chief of the Baltimore County Police Department, may represent the police chiefs in major cities who want to disarm citizens, he certainly does not represent a growing number of Sheriffs—elected by the people—across the … Continue reading
Pass this link to everyone you know who is in the military. By Emily Miller – The Washington Times The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) seems to have it out for our military. The department is using the city’s pointless firearm … Continue reading
Of course, this may not please those who want it legal. There are those who say the taxes and savings in not locking up pot smokers could save States from their budget crisis. Plus how many politicians and “officials” are … Continue reading
PHOENIX—There are four bills originating in the legislature of the Great State of Arizona from both sides of the aisle to benefit veterans in the State. Benefits would be in the area of employment, taxes, and lower hunting and fishing … Continue reading
The Ninth Amendment protects hunting. The Tenth Amendment protects us as a State and Citizens. The Second Amendment is the enforcement clause for those rights.