Employers and Colleges Requiring Applicants to Submit Facebook Passwords—What’s Next?

Between the cover letters, resumes, applications and interviews, applying for a new job, and even college at that, can be a nerve-racking, anxiety-inducing experience. Worried about your future, you’re doing everything in your power to say the right answer, do the right thing and overall NOT blow this opportunity. Everything’s going great when something suddenly … Read more »

Who Owns You?

Who owns you? It’s a fairly simple question, and yet, for some it’s difficult to answer. Do you own yourself? Does the State? I just read a piece in the New York Times titled Let’s Draft Our Kids. In it, the author mentions that General Stanley McChrystal has called for the reinstatement of the draft. … Read more »

Another childhood dream dies

A federal judges rules in favor of OSHA, upholding a rule preventing trainers from getting into the water with Orca Whales (aka Killer whales). Apparently it is news to the world, except for SeaWorld Management, that swimming and training with KILLER WHALES is dangerous.  OSHA claims that SeaWorld’s management knew how dangerous swimming with killer … Read more »

They Have What It Takes, To Take What You Have

What has for years been a quasi-joke about the government actually appears to be completely true. They really do have what it takes, to take what you have. Of course, everybody wants to believe that the government really cares. They are only looking out for you and your best interests. There are many of us … Read more »

Man Evicted by City; Billed for Concrete

The Austin police department has managed to successfully stop the next Unabomber. Or so they’d like you to think. Delusions of grandeur hide the reality: That Joe Del Rio was evicted from his home by the city of Austin, and was billed for $90,000 worth of concrete that the city pumped into his basement. Del … Read more »

How Much Do You Want To Keep Your Guns?

This article is written by L. Neil Smith and can be found at http://www.lneilsmith.org/howmuchg.html Would you agree to permit adults to buy, sell, read, write, make, listen to, or watch whatever books, magazines, records, tapes, or movies they want, no matter how pornographic — if they agreed to let you keep your guns? Would you … Read more »

Blogger Silenced By The System

It seems to me like the 1st Amendment is pretty cut and dry: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a … Read more »

The 4 Year Old Terrorist In Wichita

Take a look at 4 year old Isabella Brademeyer. That could very well be my own daughter, who is 3. Cute as a button, and according to the TSA, a terrorist. That’s right, a terrorist. This young lady nearly made the TSA shut down the Wichita airport. From RT: Brademeyer was passing through security checks … Read more »

How Socialized Healthcare Will Place ‘Collective Good’ Ahead Of Individual Liberties

Are you a smoker? Do you like smoking? If you answered yes, you’d better be prepared to change your tune. Let me explain why. Sky News reports: The cost of a packet of cigarettes in New Zealand could rise to as much as $100 dollars – around £50 – by 2020 amid moves to stamp … Read more »

Armed Thugs Using ‘Necessary Roughness’

Many of you will notice as of late I’ve been posting many articles that paint the police force in a bad light. That’s not my intent, I don’t like “grouping people.” Surely not all cops are bad. A doctor is presented with symptoms, and searches for the root cause of the problem. He may prescribe something to … Read more »