The Evil That Parties Do By Ted Lang
I am not one of those disciples of the state, nor that student of politics, that offers that the United States Constitution is “the greatest document ever written.” My choice would be instead, the Declaration of Independence. It was the Declaration that cleverly transferred the power of Divine Right from a nation’s monarch to each and every single, solitary citizen of a nation. It was that document that established and reaffirmed John Locke’s “life, liberty and property” as the human means by which we can all enjoy the Creator’s gifts. It was the Declaration that established government as an artificial entity, one whose only purpose was to guarantee individual human freedom, and that when government fails in this regard, citizens had a right to abolish it and to create a better one to replace it.
Paying Insurgents Not to Fight
by Paul Craig Robertsul Craig Roberts
It is impossible to keep up with all the Bush regime’s lies. There are simply too many. Among the recent crop, one of the biggest is that the “surge” is working.
The Texas Attack on Ron Paul
by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
On January 12, 2007, a Texas city councilman named Chris Peden told the Galveston Daily News, “I have an immense amount of respect for Ron Paul. Politics has a way of forcing people to go against their core principles for political gain. That has never been the case for Ron Paul.”
COLD WAR April 15, 1959 Castro visits the United States
Four months after leading a successful revolution in Cuba, Fidel Castro visits the United States. The visit was marked by tensions between Castro and the American government.
The Essence of Liberty: Part 245 (1)
Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume
A Summary of Gutzman, Kevin R.C. The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to the Constitution
(The book is available from the Ludwig von Mises Institute at http://www.mises.org)
Chapter 7: The War for Southern Independence as a Constitutional Crisis
The “reconstruction” of the Constitution
After the war, the North occupied the South with the intent of “reconstruction.” Lincoln favored leniency but his assassination made Johnson president. Johnson immediately antagonized the Republican Congress by pardoning Confederates and vetoing the Civil Rights Act of 1866.
CORRUPTION OF SPEECH: NOTES AND REMINDERS
Dr. Eugene Narrett, Ph.D
February 19, 2008
“A social system based on lies will bring ruin to mankind more than any overtly brutal force…the most dangerous symptom of moral corruption is the depravity of human speech… whatever is done nowadays ostensibly for the common good is actually motivated by clever calculation of the advantages such acts will bring to those initiating them…” 
“The talking heads are at it again. News anchor after news anchor, rehash after rehash, focuses on guns on campus; talking head after talking head makes the preposterous and unsubstantiated claim that more guns means more violence.“
“This article contains a description of many of the known crimes, moral transgressions and allegations of nuclear treason by John McCain. Some of these crimes may have been felonies and if so, would have also made McCain ineligible to be President should he have been prosecuted (as he should have been) and convicted.”