The time we live in is an era of
one outrageous fraud after another.
The Editor’s Notes
by Ken Holder
Attribute to L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise
And here we are yet again, for another go-round on the road to … um … er … where ever it is we are going.
Well, me, I’m going to Texas. Back to Texas, which is where I’m from. When? Well, Real Soon Now. First I’ve got to buy several hundred boxes, and start loading them up with books. All these books. People who have lots of books just hate moving. I have lots of books. Therefore I hate moving. Q.E.D.
I wonder, is it ok to get “NOT MY PRESIDENT” and/or “NEVER BIDEN” t-shirts and bumper stickers and stuff? Or will that set us up as targets? Set us up moreso I mean? Are they going to kill us for disagreeing with them? Their philosophy says they can after all. Should we be scared? What now?
For the first time in our lives, free speech
is about to be criminalized
We never thought this day would arrive in America
by Daniel Horowitz
"Our First Amendment freedoms give us the right to think what we like and say what we please. And if we the people are to govern ourselves, we must have these rights, even if they are misused by a minority."—James Madison
We never thought this day would arrive in America. Last year, we learned that they can shout "COVID" as an emergency, and our life, liberty, and property disappear. They can shout "racism," and our inalienable right to self-defense disappears. The last thing we had was the freedom to criticize what is happening, even if there was nothing we can do about it. Now they can shout "right-wing terrorism" or "right-wing conspiracy" and say that freedom of speech no longer applies.
Leftists in this country claim that their violence is speech and our speech is violence. That is why they glorified riots last year that burned down numerous cities, caused thousands of injuries, cost billions of dollars, and elevated their cause as the most urgent grievance in need of redress. At the same time, they are pushing to criminalize not just the violent acts and actors at the Capitol on January 6, but any view or speech or assembly predicated on views that are held by those people. This is why they seem to be taking direct shots at the First Amendment's guarantee of freedom of speech for Americans, even as they plan to grant amnesty to those whose entire presence in this country is illegal.
Mr. Jonathan Wild writes:
I just published a documentary on Mr. Luty’s life. I think did a good job preserving memory and spreading awareness of his story. I used all the information I could find online on the topic to make it as accurate as possible.
I hope you enjoy the film.
[Link to Youtube]
This is interesting:
But enough of information. More importantly, we have funny pictures. The internets was created mostly for funny pictures:
Q: Why would liberals be upset about me having an AR-15?
A: They assume you would use it on them.
Q: But why do they assume that? I would only use it in self-defense.
Q: But … Oh.
But look, success!:
Stay Deplorable my friends!
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