Monthly Archives: April 2013

Quote of the Week: Laissez-faire

“Laissez-faire is not just about economics; it is an entire way of life.” – SleepySalsa The Last Bastille Blog

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D.A.R.E. is Corporatist Police State Indoctrination

[Download a PDF of this article] Totalitarian governments have always sought to break up families. Destroying the social capital (that is, trust) between individuals is integral for the hegemonic control of any given population. Turning children against their parents is … Continue reading

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An Essay on the Trial by Jury

Many within the Patriot Community are greatly confused as to how exactly the jury box works. Their common perception is that juries must rubber-stamp whatever the government declares to be “illegal.” This reflects their fundamental misunderstanding of what the Law … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week – Division

“[There is] no way to assist our cruel enemies more effectually than making division among ourselves. The honor and success of the army, the safety of our bleeding country, depend upon [our] harmony and good agreement with each other… The … Continue reading

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The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy

Western medical know-how excels in emergency medicine. If you are suffering from a car accident or other sudden trauma, then the medical technology that pumps you full of anesthetics and separates your rib cage during surgery is truly a God … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Line in the Sand

Lovers of liberty are completely intolerant of bullies. A sense of being constantly violated, pushed around, and stomped on is what arouses the righteous indignation necessary to motivate us to resist in the first place. It should surprise absolutely no … Continue reading

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The Improved Bureaucracy Encounter Form (Texas Edition)

The following is a document that can be used whenever an agent of the State requests and/or demands anything of you. Original version was created by Charles Curley and Claire Wolfe. This particular work is licensed under a Creative Commons … Continue reading

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