Homeland Security’s Orwellian new biometric database
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from toledoblade.com
Is it illegal to own a child sex doll? ‘Creeper Act' would ban them, says legal analyst by voter in politics
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No victim. No crime.
Father of Koch Brothers Helped Build Nazi Oil Refinery, Book Says by useless_aether in news
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If someone kills someone then arrest them for murder, not withdrawing money from their own fucking bank account.
Taxpayer-funded subsidies are hard to kill
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from theledger.com
Is it illegal to own a child sex doll? ‘Creeper Act' would ban them, says legal analyst
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from cincinnati.com
Paxton officials considering banning recreational fires
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from paxtonrecord.net
Town Meeting to consider retail pot ban
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from enterprisenews.com
Judge rules to uphold selfie ban in NYC voting booths
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from nypost.com
Time is now for Congress to act on president’s assault on rule of law
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from lasvegassun.com
Look what flourishes without licensing
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from reviewjournal.com
ICE: Mexican National Released By Sanctuary County Went On To Commit Triple Murder
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from dailycaller.com
Mayor Says Rentable Electric Scooters Are Not Legal
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from usnews.com
Teachers Wearing Halloween Costumes Of Mexican People And A Border Wall Put On Leave - Big League Politics by useless_aether in news
Americans say large white countries filled with natural resources
are rich, but they are unable to explain why Russia is poor.
Healdsburg police to start using automated license plate readers
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from sonomawest.com
Trump’s dictatorial assault on press freedom
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from washingtonblade.com
Don’t fight fire with fire: How to resist an unjust regime nonviolently
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from salon.com
Feds release gas in New York City subway to study for potential attack
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from auburnpub.com
Ohio bans plywood on vacant buildings by voter in news
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Tyranny didn't work out too well for the USSR, Nazi Germany, and Cambodia so why are Americans embracing it?
Poll: Most Americans oppose ban on 'assault weapons' by useless_aether in politics
The government won't allow you to protect yourself, but the government won't protect you.
FDA plans to launch new restrictions on e-cigarette flavors
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from edition.cnn.com
Male Teacher Disciplined for Refusing to Watch Teen Girl Shower by useless_aether in news
Americans used to make fun of the Soviets for arresting people for photographing buildings and now Americans have become the Communists.
How can Americans sleep at night or look in a mirror today without feeling utter disgust and shame?
35-40% Of Washington Is Involved In Covering Up Human Trafficking – Says Ex NYPD Officer by useless_aether in news
If you control the Fed, Wall Street, Hollywood, and the media, you can rule the world.
You can give campaign donations and cushy job promises to politicians to make any law, tax, or subsidy that benefits you and punishes your competition.
You can brainwash and distract the population to support anything that benefits you.
You can call for wars that benefit defense companies.
You can call for anti-family laws, welfare, and illegal immigration that weakens and divides Americans.
You can buy off websites, search engines, and reporters to shut down any free speech.
You can call for new laws that fill private prisons.
Johnsonville police get another automated license plate reader
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from scnow.com
Elmhurst approves budget with 3.1-percent property tax increase
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from mysuburbanlife.com
Home bakers in New Jersey feel burned over country's last ban
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from burlingtoncountytimes.com
Honolulu bans texting while crossing the street
License plate covers now illegal in Arizona
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from verdenews.com
It's a war for the soul of America
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from siouxcityjournal.com
Ohio bans plywood on vacant buildings
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from cincinnati.com
Urbana debates banning feeding feral cats
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from springfieldnewssun.com
How stifling is Utah? A new libertarian study says it is the 22nd ‘freest state in America.’ by voter in news
How stifling is Utah? A new libertarian study says it is the 22nd ‘freest state in America.’
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from sltrib.com
Lawmaker wants pet stores to only sell animals from shelters, rescue groups
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from nypost.com
Maine high court upholds warrantless OUI blood test in Chelsea crash
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from centralmaine.com
Supreme Court says drunk driving is illegal on private property
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from wvmetronews.com
Elected Libertarians implement ideas
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from herald-review.com
Bellevue police officer accused of punching Omaha officer after report of shooting at 189th, L
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from omaha.com
Winter Haven finalizes 17 percent tax increase, fiscal budget
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from newschief.com
Governor signs bill outlawing ‘fake’ service animals
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from m.dcourier.com
Cuomo signs bill banning e-cigarettes in NY workplaces
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from timesheraldonline.com
Baltimore mayor signs bill banning plastic foam containers
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from startribune.com
Gov. Ige Signs Bill Banning Certain Sunscreens
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from bigislandnow.com
Cuomo signs bill banning freestanding mausoleums
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from suncommunitynews.com
Governor signs bill banning chlorpyrifos
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from mauinews.com
Legislature bites back: Governor signs bill banning dog leasing
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from rgj.com
Reversing course, Trump commits to open-ended Afghan war by voter in politics
One wonders if US wars lead to terrorism, refugees, debt, and tyranny.
Reversing course, Trump commits to open-ended Afghan war
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from srnnews.com
Can Police Kill at Will? Sure Seems Like It by voter in news
Some Americans may have thought that tyranny would never come to the US because the rich, celebrities, media, politicians, and American people would resist.
Who would have thought that the rich would loot the country by getting bailouts and subsidies while being the ones conspiring and building the police state by paying actors, singers, and atheletes to distract Americans with bread and circuses, using reporters to push propaganda, real crises, and false flags, and buying off and corrupting politicians with campaign donations and cushy job promises to start wars, import refugees that weaken and divide the US, drive up the debt, make laws that enslave Americans, and throw crumbs to pacify the 99% in the form of food stamps, Obamacare, Obamaphones, and public housing?
The destruction of the USA is nearly complete.
Sirhan Sirhan Says He Was Brainwashed: "There is no question he was hypno-programmed," lawyer William F. Pepper told ABCNews.com. "He was set up. He was used. He was manipulated." by Orangutan in politics
One wonders if outlawing businesses helps the economy.
Lawsuit: St. Tammany deputies used excessive force, fractured man's skull
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from nola.com
Madisonville increases traffic fines
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from theadvocate.com
Libertarian lawyer enters fight against Indiana's civil forfeiture law
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from indystar.com
Want to create jobs? Curb occupational licensure
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from abqjournal.com
California’s proposed car ban is the perfect mix of hubris and silliness
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from ocregister.com
County officials vote 4-1 to allow contract for license plate readers, facial recognition software
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from tylerpaper.com
Can Police Kill at Will? Sure Seems Like It
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from sports.yahoo.com
Urbana to make second attempt to pass income tax increase
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from springfieldnewssun.com
If You Owe Taxes To IRS, You Could Lose Your Passport And Your Ability To Fly
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from forbes.com
U.S. airport pat-downs are about to get more invasive
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from spokesman.com
Libertarian think tank makes case for legal sports betting
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from northjersey.com
Socialism destroys by voter in politics
The elites control Hollywood, the media, Wall Street, and the government.
Almost nothing major happens in the US without the approval of the elites.
Debt benefits the ruling class.
Nanny state laws help our overlords meet their private private quotas.
There are wars because the 1% owns the defense companies and they want more refugees to reduce wages.
There are food stamps because the 1% owns the food corporations and makes money from the bank fees.
The ruling class supports Obamacare and mandatory liability insurance laws because they make money from insurance premiums.
The elites support illegal immigration because they want to divide the population.
The 1% supports homosexuality because immorality weakens the US.
When was the last time you saw a movie about the Bill of Rights, freedom, or family values?
Why are females, immorality, blacks, and illegal immigrants praised, but morality and white men are ridiculed?
What if the reason the 99% are not in concentration camps now is because the US Ponzi economy has not collapsed yet and Americans still have guns?
Why is anyone who supports immorality, war, debt, welfare, tyranny, and illegal immigrants labeled normal, but anyone who supports morals, peace, a balanced budget, personal responsibility, freedom, and reduced immigration is called a spammer, troll, shill, bot, racist, junkie, retard, or nutjob?
Anyone who supports the government, immorality, war, debt, welfare, tyranny, and illegal immigrants is just a tool of the elites.
Freedom is not your enemy. Tyranny is the enemy.
The US is no longer a democracy. The government, media, and corporations are the same thing now. Asking for more government regulations to control corporations is like asking a robber to watch your house when you go on vacation.
The 1% doesn't care about regulations because they write the rules, have connections, and can afford lawyers.
The police state doesn't benefit you. Tyranny benefits the elites.
Illinois town bans assault weapons, will fine those who keep them
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from usatoday.com
Lawmakers want to ban laundry detergent from looking tasty by voter in politics
The US is a police state now. Americans should be out in the streets with pitchforks and torches, but instead they would rather shut up, cover their ears, and put their heads in the sand.
Why Ron Paul thinks the US is barreling towards a stock market plunge of at least 50% by voter in news
You know the US is doomed when Americans would rather attack those who defend freedom instead of criticizing the government that is enslaving them.
Lawmakers want to ban laundry detergent from looking tasty
We should know our right to ignore the state, no apologies
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from stgeorgeutah.com
Why Ron Paul thinks the US is barreling towards a stock market plunge of at least 50%
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from uk.finance.yahoo.com
No more sparklers: They're now illegal in Westchester
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from lohud.com
Erie outlaws blowing grass clippings onto streets
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from parsonssun.com
Government wants our trust, but where’s its accountability?
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from ocregister.com
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from newtondailynews.com
Libertarian candidates getting message out to voters
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from unionleader.com
During Sunshine Week a reminder open government is vital to press, citizens
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from dailypress.com
DNA dragnet: In some cities, police go from stop-and-frisk to stop-and-spit
Plastic straws illegal unless requested under California bill — with up to a $1,000 fine attached
'Netflix tax'? Yes, and it's already a thing in some states
Love of liberty drives his vision
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from columbian.com
Peter Schiff Says America's 'Debt Bomb Is Going To Explode'
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from fortune.com
Sowell's wisdom shines through his work, 'Wealth, Poverty and Politics'
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from tylerpaper.com
Arizona's 'hair police' example of government overreach
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from triblive.com
Frederick Douglass, a champion of American individualism
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from washtimesherald.com
Meet Troy Bonar, the Libertarian running for Congress
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from lubbockonline.com
It's 'land of the free,' not 'free ride'
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from jdnews.com
The government tinkers on verge of constitutional crisis
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from seacoastonline.com
Secretive funds allow Michigan lawmakers to accept corporate cash
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from mlive.com
Good intentions backed by force are not good intentions
California’s war on ‘economic crimes’ raises eerie parallels to communist countries
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from pasadenastarnews.com
Try These 5 Techniques to Make Your Next Political Argument Fruitful
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from blogs.scientificamerican.com
SF fines Airbnb landlords $2.25 million for illegal rentals
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from sfgate.com
Tempers heated over Air Force coffee mugs costing nearly $1,300
U.S. Falling Apart Like Soviet Union Collapse, Ron Paul Says by voter in news
The collapse of the USA is shocking. How can Americans sleep now?
What should Americans do? What will happen? How do you prepare? How do you resist tyranny?
We have four boxes with which to defend our freedom: the soap box, the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box. Americans are running out of options. The elites have taken control of the government, media, and the corporations. The 1% will not stop until everyone is enslaved or dead.
The US, like China, is a police state where no one has rights and anyone can be tortured, arrested, killed, or have their property stolen by the state at any time. Most people prefer to ignore it and pretend everything is fine, though.
Americans are too lazy and scared to protest, but even if 10 million Americans protested in Washington, our overlords would use water cannons, tear gas, torture, guns, and prisons to crush it.
Americans could use guerrilla warfare and snipers to attack the government and elites, but the government could use the guns, fighter jets, helicopters, drones, aircraft carriers, tanks, and nuclear bombs that the American taxpayers paid for against the rebels. Americans, like the Soviets, could just give up, drop out, pretend to work, stop paying taxes, and start disobeying the law and the whole rigged system could collapse.
Another option to escape tyranny as conditions worsen is for Americans to just lay low, become stateless and nameless, and wander the world as nomads.
Part of the reason Americans are not resisting now is that they are defeated, degraded, divided, and distracted. Why go out and risk getting arrested and killed fighting tyranny when they have weed, beer, food stamps, A/C, and TV? Young people don’t care about freedom because they think living in a police state is normal and old people don’t care because they will be dead soon. Only middle-aged people who know what freedom was like and might be still alive for another 30-40 years seem to care.
The USA has crossed the line, but knowing when the revolution starts is difficult because the growth of the police state has been gradual.
Until the government closes churches or burns books, or you get beaten by the police or your friend is shot by the FBI, Americans may not really believe that they live in a police state.
The ruling class and the media have studied history well and have slowly chipped away freedom over the past 50 years. The media plays Americans like a fiddle. The elites can manipulate Americans to give up their freedom easily.
All the government needs to do to get Americans to give up their guns is to use a real or staged shooting and non-stop 24/7 news coverage about the dangers of guns and play slanted stories about the success of gun laws in Australia or Japan to get Americans to register their guns this year and then use another shooting next year to convince Americans to accept gun confiscation and microchip implants.
If the elites want to make Americans give up their freedom then they take the worst case and use endless stories maximizing the dangers of a tragedy and minimizing and ignoring the arguments for liberty.
If the 1% wants all men to register as sex offenders, the media will use a horrifying story about a white man who raped and killed a 7 year old girl.
The ruling class can print any amount of money to fund high salaries or give benefits to pay cops and soldiers to arrest or fire on Americans. The elites can lower standards so that low IQ people, felons, illegal immigrants, and tattooed people can join the military or become police officers. The 1% can use the UN to round up Americans if they can’t recruit enough cops and soldiers.
The media may soon use stories about mandatory Ebola quarantines or a Russian invasion to brainwash Americans to go to government concentration camps willingly.
The water and electricity still works and government checks are still good now, but when the US Ponzi economy crashes, riots break out, food runs out, and a civil war and WWIII starts, Americans will wish that they had planned and prepared better.
Americans need to be like the founding fathers now and do everything they can to fight for freedom. Nothing is more important than freedom. Everyone is born for a reason.
The US economy will collapse and Americans will go to the concentration camps, the question is when?
Those who do not learn from the mistakes of history are doomed to repeat them.
Card Readers Allow Oklahoma Highway Patrol To Seize Suspects’ Money
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from popsci.com
Planes hovering above Baltimore right now are recording every move people make
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from bgr.com
‘It’s just messed up’: Most think political divisions as bad as Vietnam era, new poll shows
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from washingtonpost.com
Oregon just passed the only bike-specific tax in the country
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from oregonlive.com
Seabrook police brutality case leads to $500 million lawsuit
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from newhampshire.com
Mesa lawmaker seeks to ban billboards that promote marijuana
1 year ago by voter to /s/politics from tucson.com
Dozens of US spies killed after Iran and China uncovered CIA messaging service using Google by useless_aether in news
Americans are slaves today and the police officers are the slave patrol.
The new way police are surveilling you: Calculating your threat ‘score’
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from washingtonpost.com
JP Morgan trader pleads guilty to manipulating U.S. metals markets for years
1 year ago by voter to /s/news from ca.finance.yahoo.com