Monthly Archives: December 2014

William Pitt the Younger on “Necessity”

Today’s meme is taken from a speech by a late 18th & early 19th century British politician who truly understood how easy it is for government agents to make excuses for every arbitrary and capricious action they take. As you … Continue reading

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An Allegory of the Freedom Train

The following is an extended metaphor, hence why it’s an allegory. If you haven’t yet read, “The Parable of the Mugger’s Sandwich,” then please do so before reading this fictional story.     A long time ago, there was a … Continue reading

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Freeman-on-the-Land Definition

Today’s meme is the most concise description I could find on the Internet defining the so-called “Freeman-on-the-Land” ideology. For more information on why it is legally incorrect, then feel free to read Only on Paper.

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The Parable of the Mugger’s Sandwich

The following is a fictional story, hence why it’s a parable.     One evening, a long time ago, Joe Citizen was freely travelling the roads on his way home from work. Suddenly, a dark figure emerged from the alley. … Continue reading

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Eat the State!

Today’s meme is a satirical reminder that, from time to time, we should not take ourselves too seriously while we attempt to secure our liberties.  

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Quote of the Week – Convenient Boogeymen

  “By setting up fictitious monsters and pretending their influence is everywhere and in all things, the paranoid person creates an environment where he or she always has something to fight against. By making the interpretation of the threat completely … Continue reading

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The State of Jefferson

Today’s meme highlights the attempted secession of northern California and southwestern Oregon into the proposed State of Jefferson back in 1941. For a brief introduction on the Jefferson secession effort, I’d suggest you watch David Kirk West’s “The State of … Continue reading

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