Monthly Archives: September 2012

Quote of the Week – Dissolution

“The Constitution has no severability clause; it is a whole, in and unto itself. Except by Amendment, in accordance with Article V, it is unchangeable. The government that exists in Washington, District of Columbia, exist only by its creation by … Continue reading

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Brave New Bookmarks

Apparently, Brave New Books right here in Austin have tons of freebies in store (most of which is Ron Paul memorabilia) that you can pick up along with whatever you’re buying from them while you’re there. One of these are … Continue reading

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End the Fed

Mistletoe, despite it’s connotations with Christmas, is in fact a parasite that feeds off of trees until it kills its host. This is done very slowly over a period of many years so as to suck the most amount of … Continue reading

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Austin City Council Meeting (9/27/12)

[Download a PDF of this article] The American system of governance originally placed a higher premium on local governments, such as cities, towns, and counties. Now, it is the Almighty Federal Government that people tend to obsess over, considering the … Continue reading

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Holidays in Hell

Traipsing across the planet is a fine thing. You get to visit places you would normally never see, you get to talk to people whom you’d otherwise never get the chance to, and you get to eat foods that would … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week – Bad Ideas

“The beauty and wealth of the world is being systematically destroyed by bad ideas.” – SleepySalsa The Last Bastille Blog

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The Creature from Jekyll Island

Despotic special interests typically have a desire to co-opt governments since the unfair protections and undue privileges can be enjoyed at the expense of the body politic. Corporatism at its essence is the merging of oligopolistic corporations with the State. … Continue reading

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