Bitcion is not a New World Order tool. However the US Dollar is. Bitcoin is not a threat to Gold, nor does it replace the value in saving in Gold. Rather, it gives us the ability to buy and sell goods in services free of the control of central planners, governments, and banking monopolies.
What self respecting Libertarian, Anarchist, or Freedom supporter would be against a network of individuals coming together to build a tool that enables free exchange?
It's a 3D printed lower receiver, but it's still cool. Also, notice how I used the term "defense rifle" instead of "assault rifle". Take notes, people.
Minnesota says 'no' to homemade cookies
As more people became dissatisfied with federal government controls and land grabs, it was inevitable that local law enforcement would eventually see the bigger picture.
At the northern California fairgrounds of Yreka last month, seven California sheriffs and another from Oregon gathered with a large group of citizens to say that they are finally going to do something about it.
This is a story that would be unbelievable if the government weren't so consistently blind and idiotic in its everyday dealings. Privately owned state prisons have begun suing states for millions of dollars because they aren't filled to capacity with inmates. Yes, you read that right.
Our congratulations and thanks go out to Kansas Campaign for Liberty members for their terrific and determined work to make sure Senator Jerry Moran (R) cosponsored Audit the Fed (S. 209)! This will bring our Senate cosponsor total to 28.
Senator Moran tweeted the following on Thursday in response to our Sedgwick County Coordinator:
Don’t let anyone tell you your calls and emails don’t make a difference! Campaign for Liberty members consistently
VIDEO: Homeland Security Searches Vehicles at Ferry Crossing Checkpoint
DHS expands its occupation of America
A video shows the Department of Homeland Security conducting warrantless searches of vehiclesat a ferry crossing in Galveston, Texas, in yet another example of how the agency is setting up checkpoints across the country.
After 30 years of being a libertarian, patriot Bill Sunpade says he just can't get enough disappointment.
"I used to look forward to disappointment after each election cycle but then I started needing it more and more" said Sunpade. "Now I need it almost every day and for me, bitcoin does it" he asserted.
Scientists have been baffled by the spread of LECDD or Libertarian Election Cycle Disappointment Disorder for some time but the increased need for disappointing stimulus
Army Officer: 'We Will Pry Your Guns From Your Cold, Dead Fingers'
Lt. Col. Robert Bateman wants you to turn in your guns.
December 6, 2013
Bateman thinks Americans should only be armed for hunting.
Lt. Col. Robert Bateman wants you disarmed.
Here’s a snippet out of the Esquire article entitled It’s Time to Talk About Guns and the Supreme Court:
1. The only guns permitted will be the following:
WOW! What A Remarkable Dog
This is absolutely unreal!
I think you will love this one!
Congressman Ron Paul took on and thoroughly rebuked the inflationists in the below speech from March 2001.
A personal favorite quote from it: “Only a free market can tell us what interest rates should be or what the money supply should be, but we have become dependent on a Federal Reserve system that pretends to know all these things….”
Obama went on to dismiss concerns about overseas abuses, insisting the NSA is “not constrained by laws” on foreign surveillance and can do whatever it wants.
Bank of America has issued a research report suggesting that the crypto-currency Bitcoin could become 'a major means of payment for e-commerce' on its way to emerging as 'a serious competitor to traditional money transfer providers.' The bank attaches a 'maximum market capitalization' of Bitcoin at roughly $1,300, based on its position as a 'major player in both e-commerce and money transfer' as well as 'a significant store of value with a reputation close to silver.' Bitcoin has come close to
I used to work at Sea-Tac Airport near Seattle.
Here's a story about how one person (probably backed by many) managed to abolish any sign of Christmas at the airport - but I'm not blaming the Port of Seattle.
Now I know it's a public place and all, so many people will argue with me on that and they probably have a point.
But there weren't any crosses or religious symbols - just a few rather secular decorations which by tradition, had been displayed there for many decades.