Next Time, I'm Voting Libertarian

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sun, 27 Apr 2003 12:00:00 GMT
From stanleyscoop:
"This [Federal Reserve Act] establishes the most gigantic trust on earth. When the President [Wilson} signs this bill, the invisible government of the monetary power will be legalized....the worst legislative crime of the ages is perpetrated by this banking and currency bill." -- Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr., 1913

L. Neil Smith at The Libertarian Enterprise - Resistance to Tyranny - a couple of ideas for unleashing our creativity against the tyrants that have taken over all three branches of government: a kangaroo judge cartoon and a "Next Time, I'm Voting Libertarian" bumper sticker.

More and more it's plain that judges see themselves as part of the prosecutorial team, rather than the neutral referees they're supposed to be. They've conspired with prosecutors to take the courtroom away from juries, contrary to the designs of the Founding Fathers. Through the process of "voir dire", they select only juries likely to convict, no matter the facts of the case or the principals at stake. They've even seized the power to forbid defendants and their attorneys from making arguments or bringing up facts that might prove embarrassing or inconvenient to the prosecution. Simply mention jury nullification or the Constitution and you'll wind up in a cell for contempt.


Whenever the unutterable scum of either party blat loudest about defending America--from enemies they made for us--they begin, if they can, by stripping Americans of their weapons. Dixie Chick Natalie Mains may regret saying she's ashamed that George Bush is a Texan (he isn't really, of course, any more than his carpetbagger father--and here I was, about to buy another couple of albums until she caved in); frankly, I'm ashamed he belongs to the same species I do.

William Stone, III at The Libertarian Enterprise - Bill and Silent Guy Strike Back - Mr. Stone take a bus to Tulsa, attends Wanenmacher's Tulsa Arms Show, is suitably awed, and has dinner with the Tulsa Area Libertarians. And a good time was had by all. [tle]

Libertarian Enterprise - Letter from Jay P Hailey - a good test to see if you're a libertarian. Hehe. [tle]

William Stone, III at The Libertarian Enteprise - Government is Fattening - extolling the virtues of Dr. Atkins' low-carbohydrate diet. Unlike the government's low-fat diet, it actually works. But, of course, we shouldn't encumber any diet with government mandates. Not their business. [tle]

Charles Heller at - Police Department Backs Down After Exceeding Authority on Gun Carry - Mr. Heller encountered some Arizona cops who actually believed it was their duty to enforce the law, as written.

"Mr. Heller you are right. The law doesn't say concealed. I apologize."

"Seeing as how you were just doing what they told you, no need for an apology. I am, for the record, tucking my shirt in."

"Thank you for your attitude of not being combative with us."

"Thank you for understanding that government is the servant, not the master. (At this point, State Rep. Randy Graf walks up.) You know, if the North and South had treated each other with the same mutual respect as we did today, there might not have been a war between the states. I just watched 'Gettysburg' last night. I have the Director on my show tomorrow."

It's Time to End the so-called "Assault Weapons" Ban - an introduction to a nationwide coalition of no-compromise gun-rights groups demanding an end to this repulsive, unconstitutional law, which sunsets in September of 2004. [kaba]

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