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It is a grave error to suppose that a dictatorship rules a nation by means of strict, rigid laws which are obeyed and enforced with rigorous, military precision. Such a rule would be evil, but almost bearable; men could endure the harshest edicts, provided these edicts were known, specific and stable; it is not the known that breaks men’s spirits, but the unpredictable. A dictatorship has to be capricious; it has to rule by means of the unexpected, the incomprehensible, the wantonly irrational; it has to deal not in death, but in sudden death; a state of chronic uncertainty is what men are psychologically unable to bear.

~Ayn Rand [Alissa Rosenbaum] (1905-1982), Novelist and Philosopher




Murders in South Africa are black on white crimes.  This is a story of one such instance by Rory Carroll.

The Dick Cheney Tapes—Can You Handle the Truth?

The realities of war, have brought into sharp relief the moral and practical calamity of US foreign policy due to the Bipartisan War Machine.

So you want America to be an empire.  Well then get use to the idea that Americans will see no benefits, nor share in its triumphs and its vision, its wealth nor its prosperity. You will share, many of you worse than others, minorities, the poor, the weak, only in this regime’s cruelty and wrath. 


A noble suicide in the ancient world was the act of someone who hoped to preserve his honour: the motive derived from perceptions of what virtus meant for a male.

The trouble with the Straussians is that they are compulsive liars and by extension so are the neo-cons.

The RNC's new chairman, energetic and full of vigor, said in no uncertain terms that the days of Reaganesque Republican railings against the expansion of federal government are over. Now even Rush is beginning to understand.

Ashcroft must believe that if he eliminates all the freedoms the terrorist hate, they will not attack us again. So far, it’s working.  Ashcroft is working overtime to destroy your rights.

Democracy is rule by the majority. In a direct democracy, such as that of ancient Athens, or like the New England town meetings, every citizen can vote on every measure. So where does Freedom fit into a democracy?


The land of the free is gone.  Harry Browne explains how it was destroyed.

The UN has fed a monster that now threatens it and everyone else.  Is this monster good or bad for freedom?

Irving Kristol in the Aug. 25 Weekly Standard confesses: "Neoconservatism Is Not Conservative." Duh: try fascist!

February 22, 1943, 9am... Three students from the University of Munich are brought to trial for treason. The trial lasts until 1 pm and by 5 o’clock all are dead. What have these three young people done to cause the top justice of Hitler's People's Court to personally oversee the trial? Why are their voices silenced? And how many more innocent people will have to die before they are heard?

The US government has done more to aid terrorism than any organization on the face of planet earth and we have financed our own destruction.

Birds of a Feather: Neoconservatives, Paleoconservatives, Liberals and Totalitarians

Most everybody knows what a quisling is: a turncoat, a Judas, a Benedict Arnold. Specifically, the American Heritage Dictionary defines it as "a traitor who serves as the puppet of the enemy occupying his or her country."  Just who is the Judas?

In 1896 Gustav Le Bon wrote The Crowd.  That work explains why Dubya and His Lackeys keep repeating the Same Old Drivel

Gun control, race, and rotten politicians

The coming American dictatorship

The Unofficial Dictionary of Political Phrases



Are the new enemies of the US of its own making? Mohamed Hakki discusses how to make enemies.


Nicki Fellenzer asks “What the hell is wrong with politicians?”


Ted Lang explains GOVERNMENT MADNESS—It’s the Law!!!

Liberty versus Slavery, Human versus Thing by Bob Wallace

I came back from a visit to Washington this week with one overwhelming impression: US thinking on the Middle East is going through a profound revolution. Public opinion is beginning to rebel against the failed policies of the Bush administration - and against their enormous costs in money, human casualties, and chaos.

Did Clark hone his civilian-killing skills at Waco, where the FBI oversaw the largest single spasm of slaughter of civilians by law enforcement in US history?

OH MY, CAESAR! So tell us, O Prophet, where are we headed?

Some Reflections on the Second Amendment.  What is an ordinary man to do when he finds that it is the government that is the perpetrator of violence and aggression against him and his fellow citizens?

Protocols The NWO Blueprint? 'Protocols Of Zion' Is The Illuminati Blueprint.

I blame the Democrats for the “war on terror.” I know the neoconservatives planned the conquest of the Middle East long before the events of September 11 gave them an excuse.

If you want to rely on the police or government for your protection and sustenance during the next attack, you will wear the title of stupidity on your forehead as you are lowered in the grave.

Doesn’t the aim of liberating people connote a concern for their well-being? Well, when exactly did the U.S. government acquire its born-again concern for the well-being of Iraqi people?

I believe William Rivers Pitt is correct.

Communism has indeed "collapsed" and failed outright wherever it has been tried. The reason? It has always failed because of one simple truism: Government cannot create wealth.

Iraq a Quagmire? What Quagmire? Colonel Daniel Smith says Iraq is a black hole.  We told you so!

There is an alarming trend taking place in America; the inadequate training in the area of “Law and Rights” that our Police seem to be getting these days. Or, if they are being properly trained, they are choosing to ignore it.

Do you know the Bill of Rights?

 . . . whoever desires liberty should understand these vital facts, viz.: 1. That every man who puts money in the hands of a ‘government’ (so called), puts into its hands a sword which will be used against himself, to extort more money from him, and also to keep him in subjection to its arbitrary will. 2. That those who will take his money, without his consent, in the first place, will use it for his further robbery and enslavement, if he presumes to resist their demands in the future.~Lysander Spooner (1808-1887), American Philosopher, Legal Scholar

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