Monthly Archives: November 2012

Open Versus Closed Carrying of Firearms – The Last Bastille Podcast #68

Audio version of my article on openly carrying firearms. This episode is available as a free downloadable podcast.     Episode Description Firearms are about as American as you can get. Symbolically, they serve as reminders of our hard won … Continue reading

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The Big Book of Secret Hiding Places

[Download a PDF of this article] If prostitution is the world’s oldest profession, then espionage is the second oldest. Humans have been keeping secrets even before recorded history, and for good reasons, since not all truths need to be said. … Continue reading

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Pacifism – The Last Bastille Podcast #67

Audio version of my articles on self-defense and “libertarian” pacifism. This episode is available as a free downloadable podcast.     Episode Description Self-preservation is a fundamental value held by all creatures. All rights, liberties, or any other notions of … Continue reading

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How to Hide Anything

[Download a PDF of this article] As governments become more oppressive, the less they care about your private property. Tyrants get off on sending their minions to invade your home and give the place a good toss, just to show … Continue reading

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Interpersonal Diplomacy

Revolution is a team sport. For all players to carry out their assigned roles, they must be able to work smoothly as cohesive units. Lacking this, there is no hope for Victory, since division will do the enemy’s work for … Continue reading

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Our Vanishing Privacy

[Download a PDF of this article] Tyrannical governments always make it a point to indiscriminately surveillance the hapless citizens under their jurisdiction so as to control them better. By incrementally ratcheting up the rate of interferences with the lives of … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Own Counsel

Full spectrum dominance is all based upon the complete predictability of a targeted population. A surveillance society is only possible if the captive public throws caution to the wind by divulging every inane opinion that comes into their heads, regardless … Continue reading

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