Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Refugee Racket is Anti-Freedom

Oozing boil. Hope you’ve had your coffee! Hey kids! It’s really scary about those seven Somali men attacking two separate groups of joggers in Fridley, Minnesota isn’t it? Wow! Let’s hope this bizarrely cheerful news report helps, say the two … Continue reading

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Government Forced “Immigration” Leads to Local and State Militarized Police Forces

“A Florida man shot dead last week during an interview with investigators probing the Boston bombing was apparently unarmed, a law-enforcement official said Wednesday,” reports the Wall Street Journal.  How convenient.  Why was he here again, in the first place? … Continue reading

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ACQUITTED! Farmer Hershberger Can Sell His Raw Milk and Cheese

He fought the law and the law lost. Vernon Hershberger was acquitted for three of four charges – the most important three: “Jurors found Vernon Hershberger, a 41-year-old Loganville, Wis., farmer, innocent of producing milk without a license, selling milk … Continue reading

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Vernon Hershberger Trial, Day Three: State Functionaries Always Have Bags Packed for Power Trip

Jayne Mansfield – raw and milky! I’m working on a long (by blog standards anyway) piece on freedom of movement and freedom of association and the welfare state obsessed with multi cult egalitarianism. While that brews in the background let’s … Continue reading

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Vernon Hershberger Meets Big Brother, and He’s a Whiney, Ideological Predictable Functionary and a Bore

Mitchell Lohr, environmental health officer for Sauk, Juneau and Adams counties. Today was the first day of the trial of farmer Vernon Hershberger.  The case against Hershberger began when his Loganville, Wisconsin farm was raided by state and county regulators … Continue reading

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Monthly Crackpot Post: I’m Sick of Hipsters Like David Sedaris and His Corporate Shill Sister

Smoking in the office or anywhere else where it is illegal in America is totally okay if you are French, like this plastic doll! So, I was listening to NPR’s NYC station today because I was trying to avoid real … Continue reading

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College, Unless it’s a Really Good One, is for Idiots

Four stories have converged that precisely detail why college is a likely waste of time for most people who are not planning on a devout academic career, or who need or want to meet a reasonably well educated man to … Continue reading

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