|The Libertarian Enterprise|
Number 723, June 2, 2013
I have sworn upon the altar of god,
eternal hostility against every form
of tyranny over the mind of man
Nixon was a Piker
found at iowntheworld.com/blog
(tip of the hat to Richard Bartucci)
The Impeachable Offenses of Barack Hussein Obama
Letters to the Editor
Harry Belafonte Wants President Obama to Jail Dissenters
Sworn upon the Altar of God
Red Dawn 2012: A Review
Neale's Weekly Gun Rant Volume 12
The Joy of Air Plants and Other Thoughts for Memorial Day
Obama, Union Buster?
Atlantea The Beautiful No. 229
Some entries in "my weekly reader" (remember that?):
City says cops had no duty to protect subway hero who subdued killer
Warning, this next is to "World Net Daily" which I tend to disbelieve as a matter of experience, and also they try to put two pop-up ads on your PC, but anyway:
It is encouraging that so many county sheriffs are saying they will not enforce any unconstitutional gun laws (except the ones already in existence sometimes, which are just as unconstitutional mind you). The sheriff of my county has said "not in my lifetime" even. Of course talk and action are two different things. I suppose we will get to see in time to come.
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