Monthly Archives: November 2013

Slave “Legally” Defined

The following definitions for “slave” are taken from Ballantine’s Law Dictionary (3rd edition), Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (6th edition), Black’s Law Dictionary (2nd edition), and Webster’s Dictionary (1828):     (Ballantine’s) A person owned by, and bound to, another [48 Am … Continue reading

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Filming Government Agents Does Not Work

[Download a PDF of this article] Police officers have bullied Americans for far too long. Their incessantly rampant abuse of our liberty is absolutely intolerable; so, the question then becomes, what can Americans do to hold these disgusting cops accountable? … Continue reading

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Sui Juris “Legally” Defined

The following definitions for “sui juris” are taken from Ballantine’s Law Dictionary (3rd edition), Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (6th edition), and Black’s Law Dictionary (2nd edition):     (Ballantine’s) Of full capacity. In his own right; capable of entering in a … Continue reading

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The Trial

Modern legislation, statutes, codes, policies, ordinances, and even judicial rulings are considered notorious by the common people for being nearly impossible to understand. All of the seemingly gibberish terminology and arcane procedural regulations are so incomprehensible they have been referred … Continue reading

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Denizen “Legally” Defined

The following definitions for “denizen” are taken from Ballantine’s Law Dictionary (3rd edition), Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (6th edition), Black’s Law Dictionary (2nd edition), and Webster’s Dictionary (1828):     (Ballantine’s) One is a middle state between an alien and a … Continue reading

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Plenty (aka, The 100-Mile Diet)

Consumer culture is artificially created by corporate propaganda. What reinforces this artifice (besides the systematic use of the Federal Reserve Notes themselves) are the vast supply chains crisscrossing entire continents. The result of this unfortunate situation is that individuals and … Continue reading

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Dick Metcalf vs. the Second Amendment

Today’s meme, courtesy of MemeCenter, illustrates Dick Metcalf’s flagrant betrayal of American gun owners. Metclaf’s article in Guns & Ammo, “Let’s Talk Limits,” was the reason he was thankfully fired; for more background on this story, read Claire Wolfe’s description … Continue reading

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