All Our Freedom

Submitted by Memory Hole on Tue, 10/20/2009 - 19:03

While on one of my weekly drives into town, I pass the Highway Patrol
Officer with his radar gun pointed at me.... I pull up to a traffic signal with
the colorful "PHOTO ENFORCED" signs and no less than 10 cameras and
flash bulbs aimed at me....I pass through CR scanners at a Border Patrol 85
miles inside America’s border that record my vehicle plate number …. I buy a
six-pack of Sam Adams beer to take home with me and the clerk that speaks no
English points to a sign that says I must swipe my Driver's License into a
reader to "confirm my age" (I'm 51 years old, I took my business

Government Paranoia

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/07/2009 - 20:31

by Brent Johnson

In his brilliant and well-circulated essay, Common Sense, Revolutionary Founding Father Thomas Paine wrote, “government at its best (i.e. when it is doing everything right and nothing wrong), is a necessary evil.”

In other words if like me, you view government from the Thomas Paine school of thought, then governments - all governments - are inherently evil.  This means that government is never your friend and only your ally when its own evil objectives benefit from the alliance.

Couple this characterization of government with the growing paranoia being displayed by numerous governments around the world, and what you get is a very chilling image of the future. I for one find it to be very frightening, indeed!

Heart of the Individual

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 08/05/2009 - 14:16

by Brent Johnson

I frequently find myself thinking about the type of person who is willing to prioritize his (or her) values to place principles before money and possessions. This is the kind of person who fights for freedom and opposes tyranny, stands for truth and exposes lies, lives and dies so that others may benefit from his struggles. This is the kind of person I am, and I often wonder what it would take to raise up more people of this character.

America: a Hell of a Place to Live

Submitted by Freedomman on Fri, 07/31/2009 - 12:51

by Lee Parker

Man is unique in the animal kingdom in that he has the ability to create, through choice, that which he experiences. However, regardless of man’s claims to advanced technologies, there are some natural elements over which he has no control. Nevertheless, man’s ability to choose how to react to these natural elements makes him different than all other animals.

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