It makes very little sense that the government would kill David Crowley, here’s why

This is a follow up to my original article on this topic “David Crowley’s Death: Of course it’s already labeled a conspiracy“. First let me be clear, this is still an ongoing case, and no definite conclusion has been made about how David Crowley died. This piece is not about whether or not David was responsible, but whether or not the government was. In my opinion, it makes very little sense for the U.S. government to target & kill David Crowley.

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Dumbed down

The President recently announced his plan to destroy the community college system. It is really a clever plan. In Trojan horse-esque fashion it cloaks the seeds of destruction in an appealing wrapper. Step 1: identify a non-frivolous economic good and declare it to be “free” for all. Step 2: step back and watch prices soar while quality plummets in a vain effort to keep up with exploding demand. Sound familiar? Healthcare. 4-year College education. The President is clearly an environmentalist; how else

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David Crowley’s Death: Of course it’s already labeled a conspiracy

  It was reported this weekend, that David Crowley was found dead at home with his wife & child, in what is being labeled a murder/suicide by authorities. David is best known for producing a trailer for his movie that has yet to be made titled “Gray State”. Here’s David’s description of the film: “The world reels with the turmoil of war, geological disaster, and economic collapse, while Americans continue to submerge themselves in illusions of safety and immunity. While

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Sticks and stones

The Charlie Hebdo massacre this week left the world in shock. What sort of barbarous evil would drive someone to kill – over a cartoon? Apparently emotions – emotions fed by the infallibility of one’s beliefs. Infallibility is immune from reason, logic, and rational discourse. Infallibility is a necessary, although not sufficient, prerequisite for evil done in the name of the “greater good.” The nature of the belief is irrelevant – all that matters is the perpetrator thought themselves infallible.

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The case for buying gold and Dave Ramsey doesn’t understand it! Justin Mohr Show

Justin plays a clip from the Dave Ramsey show and a woman calls in asking advice about investing in gold and silver.  Dave tells her not to buy gold and he literally says gold is as worthless as a piece of paper. The view on gold Dave Ramsey displays here is how most people feel about gold today, that it’s a relic and antiquated and is not money. Justin points out the flaws in Dave Ramsey’s arguments about gold and

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The Year of the Disgruntled Voter

A ‘100 year sweep’, ‘Republican landslide’, ‘Dems may never recover’. While the Republican tidal wave is significant, let’s not forget this recent election unfolded with the backdrop of historically low opinion polls of all sides at all levels. Before Republicans become too smug in their 2014 victory, they would be wise to remember they are one messianic snake oil salesman away from becoming irrelevant (see 2008).   Every two years both major parties do an excellent job of turning literally

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The rare moment a nationally televised sitcom told the truth about our government

You have to go back to 1990 for this one. It was the sitcom “Roseanne”, starring Roseann Barr. A woman who’s no stranger to giving her political opinions. Despite how you may feel about her political views, the message she delivered in this episode could resonate with most people. At least anyone who hates paying taxes. Season 2, episode 22, titled “April Fool’s Day”, actually had nothing to do with April Fools, but rather the struggles most Americans face during tax

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As the Islanders Rise will Kate Murray Fall?

Hockey fan or not, if you live on Long Island right now, you’ve probably heard about how well the Islanders are doing. Currently first in their division and first in their conference, the Islanders are only three points away from leading the entire NHL. This should be great news for Long Island and the town of Hempstead. Not exactly. For those unaware, the New York Islanders will be moving to Brooklyn next season. This is a result of several botched attempts

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Gun control doesn’t work! – Justin Mohr Show

Gun Free zones should be called kill zones! Justin talks about why gun free zones are indeed kill zones.  One big reason is that criminals don’t follow the law!  Passing more laws doesn’t stop gun violence by criminals!  Only the “good guys” follow the gun control laws.  By the way, murder is already illegal and criminals still murder!  This podcast lays out the madness in regards to gun control.  Justin makes the moral case for guns.  More guns, less crime.

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Why I left New York and Became A Libertarian

By Alexander M. Portelli – Originally posted at his blog here – It was the end of August 2013 in the upstate Capital City of Albany, NY. State University Of Albany student Jacob Sherretts and I had walked into the Albany County Board of Elections only a few days ago with the signatures of 1505 City of Albany residents to put my name on the ballot as the youngest candidate for Mayor of Albany at 23, and the first Libertarian candidate. Our

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Peter Schiff on his father’s imprisonment, the college bubble, Bitcoin and more!

In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, host Marc Clair is joined by financial expert and pundit, the man known as “Dr. Doom” for his pessimistic forecasts for the U.S. economy, Peter Schiff! Peter discusses how his father Irwin Schiff, an outspoken anti-income tax advocate, helped to shape his economic views. He then delves into the details regarding why his father has spent so much time in jail for tax evasion while the “Wolf of Wall Street” chums

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Why have these powerful politicians never made a run at the White House?

Maybe it’s not always great to be King (cough: I mean President). Four of the most powerful politicians in the Senate & Congress have never run for President. Is it because they don’t believe they could win? Is it more enjoyable being a majority/minority leader than President? Maybe they enjoy the power that comes with the position, and the fact that it’s less pressure than being President? Maybe it’s the job security? A job that you can suck at & still

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The American Dream: Where Nobody Owns Their Home

Are you on your way to finally paying off your white picket fenced home and being able to call it 100% yours? Well, I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news. You’re actually never going to really own your home. The “American Dream” is actually a nightmare, if you’re someone who wishes for a bill-free life after working for decades. You could be the most successful business man/woman in the country & you’ll still never own your own home. It’s actually your state

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How Obamacare Forced Me To Be Dependent On The State

As a libertarian, I am vehemently opposed to government control of my life.  I wrote about how the Affordable Care Act was a violation of our Constitutional rights in my book Blessed Are They That Hunger a full 2 years before it was implemented.  I discussed just two aspects of the law that would hamper our freedom as Americans.  The fact that the government would make it illegal to be uninsured and the fact that religious organizations would be forced to provide

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Majority of Anarchists are practical not principled

This article is not about the four or five Anarchists who don’t pay taxes out of principle. The ones who are willing to go to jail because they don’t want to pay the “aggressors”. This article is about the majority of Anarchists, the ones that pay taxes. They pay taxes every year & then go to the streets to complain about police aggression. They’ll film themselves for YouTube screaming at cops hoping they’ll get 15 minutes of fame, showing how “brave” they

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I Did Everything Right And I Still Got Breast Cancer

BY DR. SUZANNE GILBERG-LENZ I’d be lying if I told you that the minute I felt that lump under my arm, I knew it was cancer. Because I’d felt it several times and in fact, thought it was just some new form of peri-menopausal premenstrual torture that my body had devised to confuse me, throwing me off course yet again on my journey to God knows where before I reached the final destination for middle-aged women: invisibility and ultimately death.

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Therapists Should Prepare for the Children of Social Media

I took my nephew to the park the other day & noticed something interesting by the swings. There were three mothers that were simultaneously looking down at their phones with one hand, while pushing their kids with the other. I should have taken a photo but I didn’t want to come off as a creep. After the swings we went over to the slides where one kid was desperately seeking his mother’s attention, while she was busy sitting, staring down at

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DebateOut.com removes the word “unbiased” from their slogan

Back in December I wrote an article titled “Can You Name One Example of a Truly Unbiased News Source?”. In the article I listed several examples of websites that claim to be unbiased, but their content suggested otherwise. Here’s what I wrote about DebateOut.com: Even a lesser known site like “DebateOut.com“, has the slogan “unbiased news for our generation” but if you look at their twitter account, all the memes they post are Liberal. One says “So let me get this straight,

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Je Suis Triste (I am Sad)

I blogged a few days ago about my wonderful vacation to France over Christmas. In my 10 day journey around the beautiful country, I fell in love.  I fell in love with a country with a proud heritage and a powerful history that is beautifully preserved in its monuments and architecture. In a world bent on advancing and evolving in technology, France prefers to remain in the past.  A journey around France is like a journey back in time.  It

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Should Americans protect American Shale Against the Saudis?

Saudi Arabia is placing a $750 billion bet that they can drive American Shale out of business. Saudi Arabia has felt threatened by the booming shale business in America (fracking) because it cannot control oil output like it can when they’re the only players in town. So they’ve allowed the price of oil to plummet, hoping to drive American Shale out of business by outlasting them with deeper pockets. As usual with many Americans, they’re blinded by short term benefits

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Not a Happy Ending: Friendly’s Files for Chapter 11

By Ryan Bonner – patch.com – Friendly’s – the iconic restaurant that serves up frozen treats, burgers and more – has abruptly closed several Long Island locations in recent days. Friendly’s locations in Bay Shore, Wantagh, Farmingdale, North Babylon, West Babylon, East Northport and Patchogue are no longer open for business, J & B Restaurant Partners of NY, the Friendly’s franchisee in New York, said in a statement released Tuesday. “These closings are regrettable; however the franchisee concluded that continuing operation was

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Kurdistan’s new secret weapon against ISIS jihadists – Humiliation

The Kurdish military is employing a new weapon in their fight against Islamic State jihadists in Iraq. The Kurdish forces, the Peshmerga, those who allied with the Americans during the War in Iraq in the hopes of finally receiving a homeland to call their own, have been fighting tooth and nail to ensure that their home stays their own. They have been literally on the front line of this war since Islamists poured over the border last summer and have since, constantly dueled

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Can you be considered living “off the grid” with an internet connection?

I’ve seen a few people on Twitter & Facebook mention how they’re living off the grid, while regularly posting status updates. When I say regularly, I mean multiple times, throughout the day. So they’re either making regular visits to a nearby library, or they’re connected to private or public WiFi, which in either case, is traceable. As far as I know, unlike electricity or drinking water, you cannot obtain an internet connection without being dependent on a government sanctioned utility,

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Tom Woods on Non-Intervention, Nullification, and Libertarian Principles

In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, host Marc Clair is joined by NY Times best selling author Tom Woods! Tom describes how he went from a neoconservative to a fiery libertarian aiming to set the “index card of allowable opinion…” ablaze. Marc and Tom discuss the common libertarian concepts such as non-intervention and nullification and how the concepts jive with the base principles of individual liberty. Be sure to stay tuned to Marc’s fiery wrap-up rant! Click

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Libertarians have it wrong regarding dead cops & fewer citations

To the Libertarians cheering that dead cops are resulting in fewer citations, three things: 1) That’s not true. The fewer citations are a protest against DeBlasio. 2) A dead cop means benefits to the cop’s family for decades, while having to hire a new cop to replace said dead cop, all at the tax payer’s expense. 3) As a result of two dead cops, NYPD announced that from now on, 3 cops will work together per shift, as opposed to

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What a violent U.S. revolution would look like today compared to 1776

The opposition would face labels from the media such as “extremists”, “infiltrators”, “foreign government agents”, “terrorists” . The media would show video after video of every innocent death caused by the opposition. Even innocent deaths caused by the government, would have the media blame it on the opposition. Zooming in on the faces of crying mothers as they hold their dead children. Cursing the names of opposition leaders who killed their children.  Winning over the public that you’re the problem, not

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The growing list of incidents that should make you question our government’s ability to protect us

1) The incident of a married couple that sneaked into a White House party. That incident was just a couple goofballs trying to crash a party. That could have easily been someone trying to do harm to our President. Hundreds of important government officials, including the President, attended that party. Many powerful people could have been taken out in one night. Putting our entire country at risk. 2) More recently, the secret service dropped the ball again,  allowing a man

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First Stage of Islamic Conquest

STAGE 1: INFILTRATION Muslims begin moving to non-Muslim countries in increasing numbers and the beginning of cultural conflicts are visible, though often subtle. First migration wave to non-Muslim “host” country. Appeal for humanitarian tolerance from the host society. Attempts to portray Islam as a peaceful & Muslims as victims of misunderstanding and racism (even though Islam is not a ‘race’). High Muslim birth rate in host country increase Muslim population. Mosques used to spread Islam and dislike of host country

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Were you the victim of a mass unfriending? Here’s what to do

We’re approaching the new  year, and with that comes an uptick in “unfriend announcers”. Many folks make new year’s resolutions such as hitting the gym more often, attempting a more positive attitude or accomplishing a particular goal. Then there are the unfriend announcers. The announcements can be a shock to many. Sometimes you are given a warning, other times you don’t even see the announcement coming, because you’re one of the casualties. What unfriend announcers don’t realize, is the negative

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I complained about AT&T on Twitter & this is what happened

A strange thing happened when I went on Twitter to complain about AT&T. For a brief moment, I felt like the most important person in the cell phone industry. Free market competition took over & the winner was the consumer (this instance, me). Tweets coming in left & right from the major companies in the cell phone industry, asking me what I wanted in exchange for being their customer. Cell phone carrier Sprint even took a swipe at T-Mobile tweeting to

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