Libertarians might balk at this statement. After all, the Constitution gives the federal government the right to steal (Taxation is Theft!) and kill, and failed to restrain that government from overstepping the boundaries set up to contain those powers. As an anarcho-capitalist, I have concluded that no piece of paper can contain an entity that (more…)
I have believed that Donald Trump’s campaign was an inside job ever since his initial comments about Hispanic immigrants gained traction by an obviously manipulated story about a woman shot on a pier in San Francisco as well as a ridiculous story about El Chapo (likely a psyop in himself) angrily tweeting at The Donald (more…)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RynbS-qApE It’s My Vote I began my show this past Saturday explaining that even though Rand Paul dropped out of the race, he is still on the Georgia Republican primary ballot and I’m going to vote for him. I’m also going to vote Libertarian in the general election, as always. I use my vote–my vote–to (more…)
I almost lost faith in Rand Paul. For awhile there, he seemed to be siding with the histrionic GOP establishment in the worst way, reaching his nadir, in my opinion, when he signed the famous letter to Iran. I started to wonder if Rand had gotten a taste for power and, like every other sitting politician on the national stage I can think of, was willing to do whatever it took to get and use that power. However, one nagging thought kept me from giving up on Rand: How could someone who was raised by Ron Paul, who had shared an apartment with him upon arriving in DC, be just another self-serving senator? I couldn’t imagine it. Just being exposed to Ron Paul from afar gives me the courage of my convictions, I couldn’t imagine that living with him, being his son, wouldn’t give a man enough courage for a lifetime. Fortunately, as Rand’s campaign unfolded, my faith was restored, and today, as he withdraws from the presidential race, I see him serving the greater purpose I had hoped he would.
Ron Paul spent many years shouting into the wind, or so it seemed. Possibly the best-ever Saturday Night Live skit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNm-TL30OeM Ben Carson should have given Ron Paul’s answer … Hewitt should hold up Churchill’s fire bombing of Dresden, the very term “carpet-bombing,” and Truman’s use of nuclear weapons for an unconditional surrender he did not get (the Japanese Emperor is STILL in place), against the tenets of a just war: Principles of the Just (more…)
I was tickled to find that Mary Barbee, a fan of the show and a local political activist, decided to open a Bartow County Chapter of the Campaign for Liberty, the organization founded by Ron Paul in 2008 to keep the momentum going after his inspiring presidential bid. Dr. Paul also established the Foundation for (more…)