We are still looking for a semi but I want to thank AngieDfromAL here on the Daily Paul. She has provided critical contact information for an association of pilots and planes to us. We are in the process of putting a bird in the air as I write this. It's full of critical medical supplies. Hats off ! You are the Heart of Dixie!
Need a truck! I am following up with all your leads so keep them coming.
I have a staging area near Springfield OH off I-70. I will even take just Power if
My friend Tomas is going to live to fight another day. I am absolutely overwhelmed with joy by this. This is what a hero looks like. We should all be blessed that such people still exist and continue to struggle for what is right.
Photo: Jill Toyoshiba
Kansas City - Disabled veteran Tomas Young announced Sunday evening that he would continue to live life day to day during a benefit with family, friends, and fans at the Alamo Drafthouse in KC. The Iraq vet who was paralyzed from the chest
Photos of American military personnel burying Osama bin Laden will remain classified, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit sided with the government in finding that the release of postmortem images of the founder and leader of al-Qaeda could cause “exceptionally grave harm” to Americans.
The conservative-leaning group Judicial Watch had been pressing the Department of Defense and the Central Intelligence Agency to release at least a subset of 59
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It is now well known that the Obama justice department has prosecuted more government leakers under the 1917 Espionage Act than all prior administrations combined - in fact, double the number of all such prior prosecutions. But as last week's controversy over the DOJ's pursuit of the phone records of AP reporters illustrated, this obsessive fixation in defense of secrecy also targets, and severely damages, journalists specifically and the newsgathering process in general.
SUNY Albany YAL for our April Innovative Activism project decided to take the philosophy of liberty on the road to the nearby campus of St. Rose in an attempt to create a Young Americans for Liberty chapter somewhere else in the Capitol Region of New York.
We used the extra resources we were allocated by YAL National for this project, along with some of our own stuff, to create an effective mini free speech wall display with the question, "What does liberty
Spreading a philosophy is very complicated business, and as with all things, adventure is part of the equation when marching towards a goal. With an open mind, SUNY Albany YAL journeyed out to Montclair State to enjoy the YAL Regional Conference at Montclair State in New Jersey in order to: learn how to become better activists, meet like minded individuals and most important, to have fun!
I'm a big fan of throwing out a good idea and watching it catch on. As the KU chapter Historian, I'm also excited to see legacies in the making. For our final meeting we were able to showcase some of the great work that our members were a part of in just one semester and of course, it is amazing to see how much we were able to get done.
Make a powerpoint of your chapter progress and make some memories! Feel free to use the attached document as
WASHINGTON -- Kentucky's two senators, Republicans Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell, have been working to include a provision that would legalize industrial hemp into the farm bill, according to Senate and Kentucky sources, an effort that is likely to result in a floor vote on the issue this week.
YAL at St. Cloud State hosted the Rags to Riches activism event this May, gathering 55 potential new members. Students had to figure out what nations were the most free. Unsurprisingly, many people thought that the United States was #1, and were quite shocked to find out this wasn't the case. Several students wanted to learn more about economic policy after this piqued their interest. Thankfully, we could provide all of them with a copy of After
Over the course of three days from April 15 through 17, Young Americans for Liberty at the University of Michigan tabled in Mason Hall. Over the three days, we were able to hand out all of the literature we had, and fill up two sign in sheets with potential new members. Furthermore, many more individuals participated in playing the "Pin the Drone on the Warzone" game, and were able to learn a lot more about the ongoing drone wars, and military intervention
Student Fees increase by 5%.
Services are cut dramatically.
New fees are being proposed to pay for things such as athletics and sustainability.
This is the nightmare scenario St. Cloud State University administrators and student government leaders have gotten into, led mainly by their lack of economic understanding and common sense.
That is why i decided to take over SCSU Student Government. I ran for Student Body Vice President with Ian High
Eastern Kentucky University's YAL chapter was revved up for Michelle Obama to guest speak at our EKU graduation. Everyone was really looking forward to passing out brochures pointing out the administration's continuation of Bush-era foreign policies, failed economic policies, and how student tuition will be going up next year. EKU YAL worked in collaboration UK YAL chapter members in distributing 1,100 or so of these brochures to EKU graduates and their
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Our April Activism event was a massively successful ending to a massively successful year for Appalachian State YAL. There’s quite a tale to tell behind it, too. You see, we had originally planned to do a month-long expose on the drug war and police brutality, a noble cause, for sure. However, before we could begin planning that event, I was contacted by a local man in need of some help. His name is Eustace Conway. You might have heard of him — he appeared on the His
This is the second in a series of public forums KU-YAL members participated in during April Activism month.
On April 15th, a day marked by what the government has traditionally taken away from citizens across the country, University of Kansas students hosted a man who had his life taken by the state. KU-YAL in cooperation with other campus groups and the Kansas Coalition Against the Death Penalty were host to Kirk Noble Bloodsworth: An Innocent Man, the 1st death
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In what must totally confuse the public, the left leaning, liberal media is now daily hawking a news story that the IRS has been purposely targeting applications for conservative charities and educational non profits. What? This is news? The liberal media has been targeting conservative organizations and personalities for years, so why should they blame the government for doing the same? Ah, but you see, there is a very good reason.
The media is run by big corporations