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Gxxgle's Censorious Urges are Playing a VERY DANGEROUS Game

Insider Blows Whistle & Exec Reveals Google Plan to Prevent “Trump situation” in 2020 on Hidden Cam

Breakouts, burns and zingers: What to watch in the debates

How Evil Wins: The Hypocritical Double Standards of Political Outrage

Cops Accuse Innocent Hospital Patient of Trying to Steal His IV Bag, Rip IV From Arm, Arrest Him

Georgia Woman who Spent Months in Jail Because Cops Thought Cotton Candy Was Meth Sues Police Department

Artist Sheefy McFly arrested by Detroit police — while working on mural for the city

NASA wants a kid to name the Mars 2020 rover

DEFINITIVE SLAM DUNK 9.11 VID (Posted by Gxxgle's most feared "Truther" YT'er)

Oregon Democrats Go Full Dictator

Evangelical leader fails to explain why Trump gets a pass but ‘character matters’ for Bill Clinton

Trump’s promise to ‘cure’ cancer if reelected shows show stupid he thinks his supporters are

CUBA 2.0 Russia warns build-up of US weapons near its borders risks repeat of Cuban missile crisis as Moscow warship docks in Havana

Knitting Website Ravelry Bans All Pro-Trump Content

Boxed in by Neocons and the Media, Will Trump Launch Iran War?

House Resoundingly Approves Broad Marijuana Federalism

'Burn that rag!' Activists to desecrate the flag at Trump July Fourth rally

Lies They Told Us: A Long History of Being Manipulated Into War

Google Censors Apollo 11 Moon Landing Hoax Videos and Articles

Elizabeth Warren Demands Reparations For Gay And Lesbian Couples

John Bolton Flies to Israel to Apologize for Not Bombing Iran, Says He Will Do It Soon

I think I got this figured out

The Fact That Americans Need To Be Deceived Into War Proves Their Underlying Goodness

Who is John Bolton? "Tough Guy," Vietnam Draft Dodger

Dr. Marijuana Pepsi Won't Change Her Name 'To Make Other People Happy'

LPD: Woman arrested for turning in husband's firearms to Lakeland (FL) police

A Dozen Cops Swarm, Arrest Man Because He Had an Air Freshener on His Mirror

NXIVM: Founder found guilty; ties to Clinton and other prominent Democrats

Revealed last secret of American Pie - pop's most enigmatic song: Drugs, Elvis, murders and how a lost verse sheds new light on Don McLean's hauntingly evocative lyrics...

Massive Fireball Rises Into the Sky as Blaze and Explosion Rock Philadelphia Refinery (Video)

Feds Say They Plan on Drug Testing Every Single Person Attending Burning Man

Vets Who Use Medical Marijuana Shouldn't Have to Give Up Second Amendment Rights

NY POST: 'Trump hints US will respond soon to Iran shooting down drone' (Trump and Iran both being baited into war by Globalist Warhawks)

'These People Aren't Coming From Norway': Refugees in a Minnesota City Face a Backlash

WHITE HOUSE INSIDER: War with Iran planned by Trump, to occur in the Fall of 2019

White House insider who predicted Iran False Flag, David Goldberg found dead in his New York apartment

Andrew Leahey & the Homestead - Airwaves

Police State-Conditioned Jury Acquits Cop Who Shot a Therapist for Helping Lost Autistic Man

Cops Fail at Window Tint Stop After Man Calls Them Out for Being ‘Above the Law’

Declassified U.S. Government Documents Claim The West Supported The Creation of ISIS

The Jackboots Are Coming: Mass Arrests, Power Grabs and the Politics of Fear

Homosexuals In Israel's Armed Forces

House Votes Down Amash's Attempt To Stop Warrantless FISA Surveillance

Forbidden footage of actual location of Red Sea Crossing & Mt. Sinai (*MUST-SEE! NOT Hype!*)

[From 1977] The 116 Planet Earth images NASA wants Aliens to see [Too pretentious, diverse, and anti-West even then?]

'Git-R-Done': Trump opens 1.4 million federal acres to hunters, anglers

Trump fills the Pentagon swamp

Why Avoiding the Cult of Personality Is Important

Bret Stephens, Warmonger

The War Hoax Redux

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Sidney argues that a People’s liberty is a gift of nature and exists prior to any government (1683)
Post Date: 2015-01-25 20:34:14 by A K A Stone
SECTION 33: The Liberty of a People is the gift of God and Nature. If any man ask how nations come to have the power of doing these things, I answer, that liberty being only an exemption from the dominion of another, the question ought not to be, how a nation can come to be free, but how a man comes to have a dominion over it; for till the right of dominion be proved and justified, liberty subsists as arising from the nature and being of a man. Tertullian speaking of the emperors says, ab eo imperium a quo spiritus [Dominion comes from the same source as one’s spirit]; and we taking man in his first condition may justly say, ab eo libertas a quo spiritus [Liberty comes from the same ...

Algernon Sidney argues that a law that is not just is not a law (1683)
Post Date: 2015-01-25 20:26:12 by A K A Stone
The radical English republican political theorist Algernon Sidney (1622- 1683) asks why subjects of the King should obey the law. He concludes that we should obey not because of threats of punishment or coercion but because the law was based upon the “eternal principle of reason and truth”: SECTION 11: That which is not just, is not Law; and that which is not Law, ought not to be obeyed. … the directive power of the law, which is certain, and grounded upon the inherent good and rectitude that is in it, is that alone which has a power over the conscience, whereas the coercive is merely contingent; and the most just powers commanding the most just things, have so often fallen ...

(vanity) Reminder---First Episode Of History Channel's "Sons Of Liberty'' TONIGHT
Post Date: 2015-01-25 17:12:27 by TEA Party Reveler
The premier of the new History Channel series ''Sons of Liberty'' starts tonight at 9 eastern 6pm Pacific Time. Tonight's episode features the torching of Gov. Hutchinson's mansion by the ''crazy'' Patriots. Question----So why was John Handcock's signature front, center and prominent on the Declaration of Indepenence? I know---do you?

Leggett on the tendency of the government to become “the universal dispenser of good and evil” (1834)
Post Date: 2015-01-25 16:17:56 by A K A Stone
The Jacksonian era journalist William Leggett (1801-1839) argued against government intervention in the economy on moral grounds as well as because its policies favored one group or class over another: Whenever a Government assumes the power of discriminating between the different classes of the community, it becomes, in effect, the arbiter of their prosperity, and exercises a power not contemplated by any intelligent people in delegating their sovereignty to their rulers. It then becomes the great regulator of the profits of every species of industry, and reduces men from a dependence on their own exertions, to a dependence on the caprices of their Government. Governments possess no ...

Socrates as the “gadfly” of the state (4thC BC)
Post Date: 2015-01-25 11:01:24 by A K A Stone
Plato in his Apology for the life of Socrates reminds us that all societies need a “gadfly” to sting the “steed” of state into acknowledging its proper duties and obligations: I am the gadfly of the Athenian people, given to them by God, and they will never have another, if they kill me. And now, Athenians, I am not going to argue for my own sake, as you may think, but for yours, that you may not sin against the God by condemning me, who am his gift to you. For if you kill me you will not easily find a successor to me, who, if I may use such a ludicrous figure of speech, am a sort of gadfly, given to the state by God; and the state is a great and noble steed who is tardy ...

Japanese Characters stolen from Korean Characters
Post Date: 2015-01-24 18:59:53 by A K A Stone

Who Won The War Of 1812?
Post Date: 2015-01-21 19:17:39 by SOSO
Who Won The War Of 1812? By Joel McCord • Jun 14, 2013 If you ask the average American about the War of 1812, you’ll probably hear about Fort McHenry, the Star Spangled Banner and maybe the Battle of New Orleans. But ask your average Brit and you may get a blank stare. The war we call our “second war of independence,” the one in which we threw off the British for good, doesn’t even register in the United Kingdom. Andrew Lambert, a professor of Naval History at Kings College, the University of London, says the British were in the middle of the Napoleonic Wars at the time, trying to hold off one of the greatest generals ever. And they were quite proud of having ...

Blackface Minstrel Show Sand Dance
Post Date: 2014-10-29 23:35:02 by A K A Stone

President Ronald Reagan Tribute: Rare Footage of Him Speaking the Gospel - Inspirational Videos
Post Date: 2014-09-15 00:17:14 by A K A Stone
President Ronald Reagan Tribute: Rare Footage of Him Speaking the Gospel from vids2inspire on GodTube.

More Proof of FAKERY SIX MILLION JEWS 1915-1938?????????????????????????????? WTF (This is What Nazi Propaganda Looks Like)
Post Date: 2014-01-27 11:27:05 by whyofcourse

The Incredible Story of Vivian Maier
Post Date: 2013-12-27 22:18:14 by A K A Stone
In 2007, 26-year-old real estate agent John Maloof purchased a box filled with 30,000 negatives from an estate sale for $400. After being stunned by the quality of the street photographs, Maloof began digging and discovered that they were created by a nanny and street photographer named Vivian Maier. He then decided to purchase the other boxes of negatives, bringing his collection of Maier photos up to about 100,000 images. Now some are saying he might have discovered one of the greatest (and previously unknown) street photographers of the 20th century. You can view some of Maier’s photographs here. Next time you’re at an estate sale, you might want to take a closer look at any ...

The Crazy, Ingenious Plan to Bring Hippopotamus Ranching to America
Post Date: 2013-12-20 23:47:58 by A K A Stone
Image: Mark Summers In the early years of the last century, the U.S. Congress considered a bold and ingenious plan that would simultaneously solve two pressing problems — a national meat shortage and a growing ecological crisis. The plan was this: hippopotamus ranching. Hippos imported from Africa and raised in the bayous of Louisiana, proponents argued, would provide a delicious new source of protein for a meat-hungry nation. In the process, the animals would gobble up the invasive water hyacinth that was killing fish and choking off waterways. It would be an epic win-win. A bill was introduced in Congress, and newspaper editorials extolled the culinary virtues of “lake cow ...

Squanto--God's Special Indian a Thanksgiving Story
Post Date: 2013-11-26 12:34:52 by A K A Stone
Sailors poured onto the rocky beach as their small craft landed. Nearby cliffs echoed with a shout: "Grab that short one before he gets away!" The Indian boy felt a sailor's callused hands grasp his shoulders. Though he thrashed and jerked, Squanto (SKWAN- to) couldn't break free. As fibers from a coarse rope cut into his wrists he finally decided that struggle was useless. He was dragged into a longboat, then carried aboard a three-masted English ship anchored offshore. Squanto had been fishing along the rugged coast when his friend had looked up and pointed, "Great boats with white wings." They had scrambled over the boulders to meet the strange white-faced ...

The American Tribe
Post Date: 2013-10-20 10:07:03 by A K A Stone
When the Yankees play baseball in the Bronx and the Knicks hit the court at Madison Square Garden, the two teams may belong to different sports, but they're both part of an exchange of taunts and slurs that no one remembers or cares about anymore. The Knicks are short for the Knickerbockers, one of the derogatory names that English New Yorkers called the Dutch New Yorkers whom they had seized the city from. And the Dutch returned the favor by calling the Anglo newcomers, John Cheese or Jan Kees, which eventually became Yankee. The English mocked the Dutch and the Dutch mocked English and then both terms became part of the city's cultural heritage and even a point of pride. Yankee ...

The 1940s...A Memorable Decade (a video view)
Post Date: 2013-10-17 09:10:43 by A K A Stone
A video view of the 40's nicely done dl.dropboxusercontent.com...034/1940;sBB/1940;sBB.swf

1961 Chevrolet Commercial With Dinah Shore
Post Date: 2013-09-30 09:03:17 by A K A Stone

FLASHBACK: An Expert Says Tear Down Our Bugged Embassy in Moscow
Post Date: 2013-07-01 20:27:00 by A K A Stone
Last week, when Secretary of State George Shultz arrived in Moscow for missile talks, he was forced to hold many of his most sensitive conversations in a communications trailer specially flown in and parked outside the American Embassy. Security at the Moscow embassy had been compromised by Soviet agents who allegedly seduced United States Marine guards and gained access to its most critical areas. The United States has a new embassy building in Moscow, but it may never open. The structure, costing nearly $200 million, was built by Soviet workers, and the State Department now fears that it may be so thoroughly bugged that it might be unsalvageable. Meanwhile, President Reagan has declared ...

Quote From Thomas Jefferson That Liberals Hate
Post Date: 2013-03-26 22:04:51 by A K A Stone
“No government can continue good but under the control of the people; and . . . . their minds are to be informed by education what is right and what wrong; to be encouraged in habits of virtue and to be deterred from those of vice . . . . These are the inculcations necessary to render the people a sure basis for the structure and order of government.” — Thomas Jefferson

'Wars are Started by Heterosexuals’: Another ‘Gay’ Myth
Post Date: 2013-03-01 06:42:57 by CZ82
'Wars are Started by Heterosexuals’: Another ‘Gay’ Myth For decades we have been hearing from the homosexual community that anybody who is anybody was probably a homosexual – from Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci to T.E. Lawrence and John Maynard Keynes. (It was Keynes who said, “In the long run we are all dead.”) Added to the wall of homosexual fame is the following from British singer Steven Patrick Morrissey or simply Morrissey. He is an animal rights fanatic and an advocate of homosexual everything. When Morrissey was with the group “The Smiths,” he produced the album Meat is Murder. Here’s the opening stanza of the title song: Heifer ...

Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence
Post Date: 2013-01-06 13:34:50 by A K A Stone
Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan 'Press On' has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race. Calvin Coolidge

Untold History of the United States
Post Date: 2012-12-25 14:03:17 by sneakypete
Oliver Stone's mini-series about the history of America focuses entirely on the struggle between the US and Communism. It aired on Showtime,and all episodes have been broadcast. You might want to watch it when it is re-ran to view the stunning blindness,hypocrisy,and outright lies the delusional Stone put to film. He worships the Kennedy family to the point he may just live up their asses,and the ONLY fault he finds with JFK is that his right-wing advisers gave him bad advise. He even lists JFK as a WW-2 hero who fought bravely,even though he was never in one single battle,and did everything within his power to avoid ever being in one. After PT-109 was sunk the Navy wanted to ...

Vladimir Lenin: "Socialized Medicine is the Keystone to the Arch of the Socialist State."
Post Date: 2012-12-14 22:26:39 by A K A Stone
“Would socialized medicine lead to socialization of other phases of life? Lenin thought so. He declared socialized medicine is the keystone to the arch of the socialist state.” 1945 AMA Pamphlet Warning The Communist Workers Party published an article recently in defense of state-run medicine like the proposal that democrats are wanting to ram through in the next 10 days. (Quipster) From the Socialists Workers Party– When the administration of John F. Kennedy discussed a plan for government health care that would cover people of Social Security age, the American Medical Association (AMA) fought back, along with the insurance and pharmaceutical industries, with a ...

Amazing tale of a desperate WWII pilot’s encounter with a German flying ace
Post Date: 2012-12-09 09:13:53 by A K A Stone
On Dec. 20, 1943, a young American bomber pilot named Charlie Brown found himself somewhere over Germany, struggling to keep his plane aloft with just one of its four engines still working. They were returning from their first mission as a unit, the successful bombing of a German munitions factory. Of his crew members, one was dead and six wounded, and 2nd Lt. Brown was alone in his cockpit, the three unharmed men tending to the others. Brown’s B-17 had been attacked by 15 German planes and left for dead, and Brown himself had been knocked out in the assault, regaining consciousness in just enough time to pull the plane out of a near-fatal nose dive. “Every single time you go up, ...

Ronald Reagan Addresses Young Americans for Freedom
Post Date: 2012-11-09 15:32:38 by A K A Stone

1948 cartoon depicting 2012 America?
Post Date: 2012-10-28 10:36:00 by A K A Stone

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