Monthly Archive: August 2016

Aug 31

Government professors expressly forbid any skepticism of the government’s climate change theory–and tell students to drop course if they dispute

Government colleges and universities are some of the least free places in America. Now three professors co-teaching an online course called “Medical Humanities in the Digital Age” at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs have told their students that man-made climate change is not open for debate, and those who think otherwise have no place in …

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Aug 31

North Korean official executed for failing to sit upright while president speaks

Those who trust government most are often the first to be killed when their goals of government supremacy are reached. Now we read that North Korean Vice Premier Kim Yong Jin was executed for not keeping his posture upright at a public event. See here.

Aug 30

Be afraid. Homeland Security to Take over Elections

Be afraid. Be very afraid. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has announced that it will take jurisdiction over the U.S. election system. Elections, declared the Department, are “critical infrastructure.” Upon the ruse, er. , . . justification of protecting elections from foreign hackers, the Department has announced it intends to oversee U.S. elections. See …

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Aug 30

The 15-Year “National Emergency”

U.S. President Obama has officially extended the national emergency that was declared after 9/11/2001: “Because the terrorist threat continues, the national emergency declared on September 14, 2001, and the powers and authorities adopted to deal with that emergency must continue in effect beyond September 14, 2016.” Few Americans are aware of how many ongoing “national …

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Aug 30

More and more Americans are stealing pet medication

Overregulation and criminalization of medicine is driving more and more Americans to steal prescribed medications from their pets. See here.

Aug 28

Venezuelan government searches and punishes those who sign anti-government petitions

Starving Venezuelans are circulating petitions to recall their president and other officials who impose the horrors of socialism upon them. The Venezuela Constitution provides for such recall petitions. “Nearly two million Venezuelans have signed the recall petition.” President “Maduro’s underlings are unjustly harassing and even arresting citizens circulating the recall petition — just as previous …

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Aug 27

Government adjustments to temperature history show 10 times the warming that actually occurred.

Data expert Tony Heller began scrutinizing government temperature data sets a few years ago. Heller has exposed many scandals involving the tendency of government agencies to ‘adjust’ the temperature record to bolster the claims of socialists that manmade-global-warming-by-CO2 will doom the earth unless governments take over all world industries. Now Heller has found that government …

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Aug 27

Government cracks down on private rescuers in Louisiana floods

During Hurricane Katrina, government troops erected roadblocks to keep out (private sector) rescuers. Government agencies wanted credit for any rescues. Entire trucks filled with needed supplies, such as Wal-Mart semis carrying bottled water to the Hurricane victims, were turned away. Government agents wanted to deliver water to the victims (albeit a few days later and …

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Aug 27

D.C. Minimum Wage Hike has already Cost 1,400 Jobs

Trusters of government rarely think beyond what Thomas Sowell calls “Stage One.” The District of Columbia–like many regions of the United States–has recently enacted an increased minimum wage for all D.C. workers. Employers must pay them $11.50 per hour. You know, . . . to help the poor. It seems the minimum wage increase has …

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Aug 21

Swedish Socialism Stopped Prosperity in its Tracks

Sweden was a very prosperous country in the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-centuries because it was a limited government, low-tax society that spawned many great inventors and entrepreneurs (Alfred Nobel, Volvo, and Saab). “But that prosperity was stopped in its tracks when Sweden adopted “democratic socialism” in mid-century. As a result, Sweden ate up (with …

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