12.7mm Liberty

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sat, 26 Mar 2005 13:00:00 GMT
From kaba:
"Arms are the only true badges of liberty. The possession of arms is the distinction of a free man from a slave." -- Andrew Fletcher 1698

# Mad Ogre - 12.7mm Liberty - The Ogre has coined this new name for the .50 BMG cartridge. I like it. He still has no permalinks, so look for "March 24th". [madogre]

There has been talk in the past of a different cartridge altogether, perhaps one that is a bit shorter... but I do not think this is necessary. Just a simple renaming will do just fine in today's popular America and will go far enough in pulling the wool over the Media's eyes.

# Jim Davies at Strike the Root - Abortion: A Market Solution? - good idea. Has less than a snowball's chance in hell of convincing the folks who believe that an undifferentiated mass of cells is a person with full rights. [root]

# The Blog Herald - Utah blogs face censorship, compulsory rating under new laws - the cunts in Mormon Land have decided to censor the internet. Fuck 'em. [beck]

The most immediate effect of the law is a requirement that will make it compulsory for bloggers who host their blogs in Utah to provide content rating for their sites.

# Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk - Where is Your Money Going? - some of the worthless and blatantly unconstitutional uses of your stolen money that Congress just appropriated, an $82 billion "emergency" no less.

# Edgar J. Steele - Golden Escape Pods - Mr. Steele thinks that gold would be an excellent way to preserve your wealth through the coming collapse of the dollar.

"By this means (fractional reserve banking) government may secretly and unobserved, confiscate the wealth of the people, and not one man in a million will detect the theft." --- The Economic Consequences of the Peace, John Maynard Keynes (the father of Keynesian Economics) (1920)

# Oliver Del Signore at Backwoods Home Magazine - Book Review: The Black Arrow - if you haven't yet bought Vin Suprynowicz' tale of the resistance, what are you waiting for?

# Adam Porter at BBC via From the Wilderness -- International Energy Agency Proposes Ban-Rationing-Enforced Quotas on Oil Consumption - There's no shortage of anything that can't be fixed by letting the market raise the price until people cut back consumption to be able to afford it. But because the potential shortage these statist fools are talking about is oil (heavens), they think that nazi tactics are necessary. [smith2004]

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