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The environmental agenda has been infected by extremism—it’s become an economic suicide pact. And we’re here to challenge it. On Earth Day, visit http://www.freemarketamerica.org.

We all know why the Watermelons (Green outside, red inside) want America to fail. A failed state is ripe for totalitarian takeover. Just ask the Germans, the Russians, the Chinese, the Cubans, the Venezuelans, the Vietnamese, the Rhodesians (if you can find any), soon the Argentinians. and on and on and on.

 

And to remind you of how long the Watermelon totalitarians and their media accomplices have been working on this:
From Newsweak (sic) April, 28, 1975


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The environmental agenda has been infected by extremism—it’s become an economic suicide pact. And we’re here to challenge it. On Earth Day, visit http://www.freemarketamerica.org.

We all know why the Watermelons (Green outside, red inside) want America to fail. A failed state is ripe for totalitarian takeover. Just ask the Germans, the Russians, the Chinese, the Cubans, the Venezuelans, the Vietnamese, the Rhodesians (if you can find any), soon the Argentinians. and on and on and on

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And to remind you of how long the Watermelon totalitarians and their media accomplices have been working on this:
From Newsweak (sic) April, 28, 1975


Click here for your full size pdf.

President Obama has declared war on the Supreme Court in advance of the Court’s ObamaCare decision. Declaring the Justices of the Court “unelected,” Obama seems eager to create a constitutional crisis. Why is Obama insulting the integrity of the judiciary and not making the constitutional argument for his health care legislation? Find out.

In his new book, First Principles: Five Keys to Restoring America’s Prosperity, Stanford University professor of economics John B. Taylor, details the not-so-secret ingredients to rebuilding American’s economic future: predictable policy, rule of law, strong incentives, reliance on markets, and a clearly limited role for government. “America can be great again, economically speaking,” Taylor explains, “it’s just more recently where we’ve gone off track.”

Taylor sat down with Reason Magazine Managing Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward to discuss his book, the principles that underlie America’s economic supremacy and what’s gone wrong over the past decade.

The Progressive Nightmare & The Conservative Solution

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The Progressive Nightmare

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The Conservative Solution

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Can be explained by the views on Hayek’s Road to Serfdom

TEA Party: A warning

Cocktail Party*: Nothing to see here, move along.

Dhimmi Party: A roadmap**

*I used to call these the establishmentarian Rethuglicans, but this has come into more common usage and means the same group (the rethuglicaans that spend like dhimmis in order to keep getting invited to the DC cocktail parties) I’ll go with the new term.

**I think the Cloward-Pivens plan took that approach

The Road to Serfdom in Cartoons, Published by General Motors Company, circa 1950, printed in Look Magazine:
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Readers Digest condensed The Road to Serfdom PDF

The full book is avaialble at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo.com

You might also want to check out Daniel Hannan’s The New Road to Serfsom, A Letter of Warning to American

I saw this on Hot Air:

Underpants Gnomes debt plan:
Phase 1: Defeat Boehner;
Phase 2: ???;
Phase 3: Cut, Cap, Balance!

What they seem to be advocating seems to be:

Establishmentarian Gnomes debt plan:
Phase 1: Surrender;
Phase 2: ???;
Phase 3: Victory!

I’ve been mentored by high school and colege athletic coaches (multiple sports), Vietnam era Drill Sergeants (they deserve capitalization), Special Forces Officers (them,too) and have even been a TAC NCO at Officer Candidate School and I can assure you that victory is not a result of surrender!

FIGHT YOU BASTARDS! Or we’ll find someone who will! In the streets, if necessary. The Estaplishmentarian Rethuglicans don’t have enough guts in their entire caucus to field a Lingerie Football Team! Actually probably not a grade school chess team, the ladies of the LFL seem to be quite a bit more aggressive and gutsy. Maybe Patton could slap some courage into these sniveling cowards! Were they ever weaned, I wonder?

Second edition (v 2.0) of an ongoing project to visualize Galt’s Speech from Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand using images and video from current events. NOTE: These videos do not purport to be definitive or authoritative. If these videos interest you, please visit the Ayn Rand Institute (www.AynRand.com)for more.

Text by Ayn Rand
Read by Christopher Hurt
Edited for YouTube by XCowboy2
Music by John Williams

For the full novel read unabridged, visit BlackstoneAudio.com

The protests in Wisconsin are just the surface of a far, far larger phenomenon taking place beneath the surface. In this Firewall, Bill examines the three great waves of human civilization, and how what we are seeing in Madison is a war the Unions ultimately cannot win.

*Update: U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson ruled that because the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate to purchase health insurance is unconstitutional, the entire law “must be declared void.” Judge Vinson cites this Reason.tv video on page 47 of his decision.

The Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution grants Congress the power to “regulate commerce . . . among the several States,” and for more than 100 years federal lawmakers invoked it for a very narrow purpose—to prevent states from imposing trade barriers on each other. But today members of Congress act as if it gives them the authority to do just about anything—including forcing you to eat your vegetables.

During her Supreme Court confirmation hearings, Elena Kagan seemed to accept that the Commerce Clause could, in theory, give Congress the power to dictate what Americans eat. And what about ObamaCare’s “individual mandate,” which forces Americans to purchase health insurance? ObamaCare opponents are lining up to challenge its constitutionality, but supporters say it’s justified—you guessed it—under the Commerce Clause.

How did a clause intended as a restriction on states wind up giving Congress a green light to regulate noncommercial, local, and purely private behavior? How will ObamaCare stand up against the legal challenges brought by the states? Legal titans John Eastman (Chapman University Law Professor) and Erwin Chemerinsky (Founding Dean, University of California, Irvine School of Law) slug it out to to determine whether or not Congress has been abusing the commerce clause.