Wednesday, November 28, 2007's Post-Debate Poll

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The people have spoken. These are the results of's post-debate poll as of 11:28pm PST. About 6,200 votes have been cast so far.

1. Who do you think won the debate? Ron Paul (56%)

2. Who seemed to know most about the issues? Ron Paul (55%)

3. Who had the best response to user-generated content? Ron Paul (52%)

4. Who had the most disappointing performance at the debate? Rudy Giuliani (28%)

5. Whose performance was most surprising? Ron Paul (39%)

6. Whose campaign got the biggest boost from the debate? Ron Paul (50%)

7. Who had the most creative campaign video? Ron Paul (49%)

Looks like a landslide to me.

CNN's debate poll can be found here. They also have video clips of the debate here.

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Federal Reserve: Currency Communists

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The US Dollar is crashing, and people are becoming aware of it. But the private Federal Reserve cartel does not want alternative currencies to sprout up. Indeeed, it counts on people to keep using the worthless greenback so it can continue to rob it's users of their money.

Aleternative currencies like the Liberty Dollar have popped up over the years, and can you blame them? Well, the Federal Reserve blames the Liberty Dollar for the horrendous crime of competing with the greenback. The problem is that the Liberty Dollar is not actually illegal according to US law. What to do, what to do?

The answer is simple: get a bunch of FBI and Secret Service (interesting how those initials are SS, don't ya think?) agents to raid the Liberty Dollar headquarters on trumped up charges of money laundering.

The US government will most likely lose the court case. But fortunately for them, that is irrelevant. Even if the Liberty Dollar company is vindicated in court, it will likely not get its assets back, not to mention that the years it will take for the lawsuits and trials to finish will only bury this competitive and legitimate currency deeper into the grave.

Mark my words: as these competing currencies continue to sprout up, the US government and the Federal Reserve will continue to come up with bullshit excuses to crush them. Unless, of course, Ron Paul miraculously wins the presidency (or the entire government is destroyed, which would be an even bigger miracle).

Fuck you, Federal Reserve! You motherfucking currency commies!

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Don't Tase Ron Paul, Bro!

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Dean Barnett writes a great piece that links Ron Paul to anarchy.

So why have America's lunatics taken such a shine to the formerly obscure Ron Paul? There's a simple explanation: Although Paul spends most of his time talking about the Constitution and such cherished old time policies as the gold standard, he's as close to an anarchist as we're likely to see in presidential politics.

Oh, and it also has a cool (doctored) image of Ron Paul resisting the Taser Shocktroops.

EDIT: I am completely aware that the article is a smear piece. But that's not the point. Those clowns don't have a clue what the word "anarchy" even really means, and they don't realize that it's actually a compliment. Futhermore, while they Photoshopped the "Don't tase me, bro!" picture of Ron in another attempt to belittle him, they seem unaware that the real incident on which the image is based is regarded by many as a genuine instance of horrible state abuse of power, and that the tasered college student who spoke truth to power is somewhat of a hero or martyr for freedom lovers everywhere.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

A Middle School from Cambodia, Illinois

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An eigth-grade girl in Illinois got punished for hugging two friends at school last Friday. District Big Brother Superintendent Sam McGowen defended the punishment, and referred the media to the student policy handbook, which states:

“Displays of affection should not occur on the school campus at any time. It is in poor taste, reflects poor judgment, and brings discredit to the school and to the persons involved.”

Emphasis mine.

So let's review: According to this Illinois school district, displays of affection (and by implication, affection itself) are distasteful, reflect impairment in judgement, and discredit the society and organizations in which said affection is displayed.

Pol Pot had an almost identical policy regarding public displays of affection when he was the "superintendent" of Cambodia.

What seems clear to me is that this very student policy is distasteful, reflects poor judgement, and discredits the organization to which it belongs.

And one last thing, why do they call it a student policy? I doubt the students wrote it.

Ron Paul Plugs Anarchy on ABC

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At around the 5:08 mark, Ron Paul mentions anarchists, and not in a negative way!

Monday, November 5, 2007

Drug Warriors are a Gullible Lot

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At least you can't say that they don't believe their own bullshit.

Apparently, someone hoaxed the sheriffs department in backwater swamplands, Florida. A "concerned parent" called the sheriff to inform them that they heard their son talking about a new kind of drug, which is produced by fermenting human waste. The Sheriff then released a bulletin to its fellow drug warriors.

Now who's got shit on their face, huh?

Saturday, November 3, 2007

Zeitgeist - The Movie

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Zeitgeist is an absolutely mind blowing experience. They are having a remastered version of it showing in Los Angeles sometime in early November. Check their official website for details.