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 »

Why Is It Necessary For The Federal Government To Turn The United States Into A Prison Camp?

There has been no society in the history of the world that has ever been 100% safe.  No matter how much money the federal government spends on “homeland security”, the truth is that bad things will still happen.  Our world is a very dangerous place and it is becoming increasingly unstable.  The federal government could … Read more »

Add ‘Preppers’ to the List of Potential Terrorists

In what seems reminiscent of the good old fashioned communist witch hunts, it turns out your next door neighbor (or even you) could be a terrorist. Didn’t know that? You might be surprised at what else you didn’t know. I wrote about America’s slide from the land of the free and home of the brave, to the … Read more »

The Bipartisanship of Tyranny

The only thing that is certain about 9/11 is that it fundamentally altered America. Within days, the foundations of a fascist system were being put into place, and of course everybody was all for it (in the name of security of course). Now, over a decade later, there’s not as many people so willing. Politicians, … Read more »

We Are Losing Our Rights So Slowly, We Aren’t Even Noticing It

How do you overturn fundamental American rights without forcing people into the streets with protest signs, or even rifles? By doing it slowly… slowly… Bill [Whittle] Looks at how the Affordable Care Act and the National Defense Authorization Act threaten our First and Fifth Amendment rights and how both parties are slowly taking away the … Read more »

No Passport For You!

Eric Blair wrote on Activist Post that this was akin to “Keeping the Slaves on the Plantation.” Senate Bill 1813 passed by a vote of 74 to 22 on March 14th. It was first introduced by Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) to “reauthorize Federal-aid highway and highway safety construction programs, and for other purposes.” But, as politicos … Read more »

From ‘Protect and Serve’ to ‘Taunt and Kill’

“Officers, why do you have your guns out?” That is the question that Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., a former Marine who had heart problems and wheezed if he walked more than 40 feet, found himself asking police officers around 5am on November 19th, 2011. It wasn’t long after that question that Mr. Chamberlain was mortally wounded by … Read more »