Friday, September 28, 2007

Police & Military Against the New World Order


Ron Paul Gives the Most Dangerous Speech of his Career

"Resistance need not be violent, but the civil disobedience that might be required involves confrontation with the state, and possible imprisonment."--ron paul, May 22, 2007

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Ron Paul Calls for an End to the 'War on Drugs'

Congressman Ron Paul called for an end to the Drug War and a repeal of "most" Federal drug laws last night. "Blacks make up 14% of those who use drugs, yet 36% of those arrested are blacks and it ends up that 63% of those who finally end up in prison are blacks. We have to repeal the whole 'War on Drugs'-- it isn't working," Paul said. VIDEO

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Friday, September 21, 2007


"If you haven’t at least Googled Ron Paul, do yourself a favor and do that now. I am a registered Democrat folks. I have never voted for a Republican in my life. A friend spoke to me about Ron Paul and I took her advice and Googled his name. I think it might have changed my life, and I am not kidding."

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Thursday, September 20, 2007

Highway checkpoint asks drivers for blood, saliva

Papers, bloood and spit please. A private organization asks for samples of blood and saliva at roadside checkpoints.

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ENDGAME - check it out!!!



ENDGAME: trailer

Democrats and Republicans are not liberals or conservatives, they are Council-on-Foreign-Relations-controlled globalists working for the same agenda!

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Ludwig von Mises has Good Advice for Young Activists

From: Brainsturbator Dot Com
Date: Sep 19, 2007 9:45 PM

Ludwig von Mises portrait Skilluminati

“An anti-something movement displays a purely negative attitude. It has no chance whatever to succeed. Its passionate diatribes virtually advertise the program they attack. People must fight for something that they want to achieve, not simply reject an evil, however bad it may be.”

The Mises Institute is an outstanding website, worth exploring. Some obscure but powerful content, and a lot of clear, honest economic explanations, too. I especially recommend "The Fed Bought What?," which appears to be the only detailed, non-bullshit article in existence on the topic of recent actions by the Federal Reserve.

Hit & Run > Iggy Pop to Punks: Don't DIY

Iggy Pop, major label punk rock legend back on the road with The Stooges, slams the DIY ideology that has attached itself to punk since the Minor Threat days over at Pitchfork...

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Friday, September 14, 2007

Gay Ron Paul Supporters & Gay Libertarians

Bryan interviews Star Child @ the Summer of Love Anniversary ~

Bryan interviews the OUTRIGHT LIBERTARIANS

Description: my interview with some progressive libertarians at this year's pride; unfortunately, they got it wrong about ron paul...he voted *against* the federal marriage amendment act (because the federal government should stay out of issues like this altogether). but voted for the federal defense of marriage act so that, again, the supreme court would not be able to enforce a national mandate on the individual states, whether it be for or against gay for the rest, they are right on track.


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WHERE DOES HE STAND ON THE ISSUES? A Defense of Ron Paul's Voting Record

The trouble with most criticism of Paul's voting record (especially on the popular leftist/liberal blogs like Daily Kos) is that it is very difficult to determine where Paul stands on the issues if one looks strictly in terms of the binary yes/no vote, without studying the underlying reasons for each particular vote, which may be completely contrary to first impressions.

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Sunday, September 9, 2007

Dissolve "corporate personhood" - Libertarianism in Action!



You've received this from the best source. David Korten is the co-chair of YES! magazine. I was able to see him speak at BIONEERS. He is the author of "When Corporations Rule the World," which I've always wanted to read (but I used to keep on hand a good article he's once written). Great post, I'll BLOG it.


----------------- Bulletin Message -----------------
From: Bon
Date: Sep 9, 2007 5:58 PM

as far as i have researched, most libertarians believe "corporate personhood" is another example of big government largesse, making the business practices of individuals in a company virtually unaccountable in the court of law, and i know that paul, for example, would work to "revisit" the fourteenth amendment that has been used to justify this madness.

regardless, this is an example of the kind of community autonomy i would like to see more of, and which would be the norm under a libertarian administration that gives more power and sovereignty (and money) back to the states and the communities.

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From: The Man Common
Date: Sep 9, 2007 1:45 PM

Challenging Corporate Power: California Community Says Companies Are Not People; Bans Campaign Donations

By Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap, YES! Magazine

Posted on September 5, 2007, Printed on September 9, 2007

In 2006, Humboldt County, California, became the latest, and largest, jurisdiction to abolish the legal doctrine known as "corporate personhood."

Measure T was successful because our all-volunteer campaign came together to pass a law that bans non-local corporations from participating in Humboldt elections. The referendum, which passed with 55 percent of the vote, also asserts that corporations cannot claim the First Amendment right to free speech.

By enacting Measure T, Humboldt County has committed an act of "municipal civil disobedience," intentionally challenging "settled law." But voters also recognize that Measure T is an act of common sense. We polled our community and found that 78 percent believe corruption is more likely if corporations participate in politics.

The Measure T campaign was led by women and young people, with critical support from elders and feminist men. This diverse leadership created a culture of cooperation and collaboration that permeated the campaign, and made it as much about community as about a win on election day. For example, the law itself was written using a consensus process, the advice of volunteers was valued just as highly as input from experts and consultants, and we organized numerous parties and social events to help spread the word.

The local Democratic and Green Parties formally endorsed the effort, and leaders of both worked arm-in-arm during the campaign. They were joined by organized labor and every peace, justice, and environmental protection group in the community. Humboldt County modeled a campaign carried out with respectful unity.

This effort did not spring up out of thin air. It was the result of years of old-fashioned community organizing by Democracy Unlimited of Humboldt County that included workshops and educational programs explaining how corporations have acquired more rights under the law than people have.

We designed the campaign with "big picture" goals in mind from the beginning. We knew we wanted to claim for our campaign the best and most noble ideals of American history--especially self-governance and protecting people's rights against abusive power. We realize that the founding of this country is deeply flawed, but we used the national creation story to put Measure T on the side of truth and justice.

To that end, our PAC was named the Humboldt Coalition for Community Rights, and our website was Our primary outreach tool was a tea bag that reminded voters of the proud history of the Boston Tea Party as an act of rebellion against the most powerful corporation of the day, and called for a modern-day T(ea) Party of our own.

Like the populists of the 19th-century agrarian movement, we believe that genuine change cannot be imposed from the top down. It must proceed from the ground up, and the battles must be waged in local communities.

Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap is director of Democracy Unlimited, a fellow for Liberty Tree: Foundation for the Democratic Revolution, and a principal with the Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy. She was spokesperson and campaign co-manager for Measure T.

Friday, September 7, 2007

Radicals for Capitalism

It's time to reclaim that "evil" C-word for the "little guy" and wrest it from monopoly-style corporate fascism!

(Like welfare moms who would rather sell cookies or create a cottage industry (a home-based business) so she can stay at home and raise her children herself - CLICK HERE for MORE on that


The author at Cody's Books in Berkeley

Thursday, September 6, 2007

DEBATE: RON PAUL destroys the competition, ownz FOX

Ron Paul / debate in 10 min.

5 min. after-party: Paul slams ninnying neo-cons!

Ron WINS debate / text message poll!

Ron Paul's Sacramento Meetup does Summer of Love 40th Anniversary!

Ron Paul activism California style!

Included are interviews with members from the San Francisco and Sacramento meetup groups and information on topics ranging from abortion and the war on drugs to the federal reserve and community autonomy, including special guest appearances by the Ron Paul Liberty Van and libertarian activist StarChild.

Follow the Peace Train to the end of the video, deeper into the heart of the Summer of Love!

Ron Paul r-LOVE-ution van! FRONT 30 sec.

Ron Paul r-LOVE-ution van! BACK 1 min.

Punks for Ron Paul's ( Bethany Magdalene & friends, 1 min.