Now for some clarity ...
The Philosophy of Liberty
No one can delegate a right he does not himself possess.
April 27, 2008 - I've mentioned the following before, but not recently, and not
nearly often enough. In short, this is the best, most succinct
summary of human freedom I've ever seen. It's nothing short of
brilliant in its simplicity, clarity, and obvious truth.
What amazes and sickens me is that such basic, self-evident truths are completely absent from what "normal" Americans think about. The average American college grad fails to comprehend what every six-year-old should be able to understand. It takes a lot of training (indoctrination) to have people NOT understand what is so painfully obvious, and what is expressed so plainly in the presentation at the link above.
So I think you should all forcibly coerce everyone you know into watching it. (That was sarcasm, if you couldn't tell.)
More Good Stuff:
Articles by Larken Rose — Political philosophy of a man passionately interested in the freedom of his fellow man, moving intellectually from conservatism through libertarianism to anarchism. Read the latest indictments against our tyrannical ruling elites.
How To Be A Successful Tyrant — Eradicate the self-determination and self-ownership of others and replace their free will with your will. If you have an innate “love of dominion” and believe you can run other's lives better than they can, this book will show you how.
Kicking The Dragon — A chronicle of a modern-day witch-hunt. The disturbing facts of the case pull back the façade of “due process” and the “rule of law” to reveal the United States government for what it has become: a gang of lawless criminals interested only in preserving their own power.
ONLINE STORE — Interesting stuff you can download. No need to sniff all over the web - the best stuff is right here.
Theft By Deception — This is a startling revelation for income tax professionals, income tax enforcers and administrators, and the average American who expects nothing less than truthfulness in taxation.
Would You Have Signed the Declaration of Independence? — Provide your causes that impel you to a repudiation of 'business as usual' and clearly state your demand that we reinstate and enforce government of law and liberty under the Constitution.