The Free State Project: A Libertarian Testing Ground For Bitcoin, 3D Printers, and DronesForbes ^ | 6-12-14 | Kashmir HillPosted on 6/21/2014, 6:35:02 AM by RKBA DemocratLong before billionaire venture capitalist Peter Thiel dreamed up the idea of a floating libertarian island nation, a 24-year-old Yale grad student named Jason Sorens proposed a far more down-to-earth experiment for those who wanted to live the limited government lifestyle: that a critical mass of “freedom-loving people… establish residence in a small state and take over the state government.”
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The Bilocation of Hillary Clone-Clinton
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In 2008, during the American presidential election campaign, US Senator Hillary Clinton’s handlers began to get clumsy and she was seen in two different places at once on a number of separate occasions. And not just in Iowa and New Hampshire.
May 13, 2014
The Department of Homeland Security is currently busting flea market vendors while turning a blind eye to suspected terrorists entering the U.S., highlighting the department’s predisposition to target average Americans rather than terrorists.
By Doug Hagmann Thursday, May 8, 2014
“I was arrested.”
It took a minute for me to wrap my mind around those words, uttered by a one of the most decent men I know. He is an attorney by profession, having worked in the prosecutor’s office within the Five Boroughs of New York City.
He’s dealt with some of the most unsavory people and unspeakable crimes of our nation in that capacity. More importantly, however, he is a proud and protective family man. He’s a loving husband and a proud father of three children, including Marina Baer, a ninth grader in the Gilford, New Hampshire School District.
Could Democrats Gain Senate Seats This Fall?
Posted on Thursday, April 17, 2014 11:31:20 AM by Kenny
It’s a virtual article of faith among election analysts that Republicans will gain Senate seats in the 2014 midterms. I tend to agree with that assessment, and strongly so. In fact, like other forecasters such as Alan Abramowitz and Nate Silver, I think Republicans have the edge in the battle to take control of the upper chamber this November.
By Gretchen Olson Thursday, February 20, 2014
Americans are fed up. They feel ignored by representatives more interested in corporate connections than the Constitution. They protest unelected agencies who spy on them and run their lives at home. They complain about the speaker of the house who refuses to follow the principals of his party.
Bill Ayers Fizzles at Dartmouth Debate with Dinesh D\’Souza
American Thinker ^ | 1/31/2014 | Ann Kane
Posted on Friday, January 31, 2014 9:35:54 AM by rktman
The Indian American immigrant vs. the radical white son of a one percenter capitalist was quite a spectacle. The Dinesh D\’Souza and Bill Ayers debate on Thursday night at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, and sponsored by Young America\’s Foundation, hands down showed D\’Souza has a broad view of history and a love of America as a \”wealth creator.\” In contrast, Ayers has a narrow progressive view where \”we [the people] are the sovereign, collective authority.\”