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The US Is Now The Ultimate Police State The US is without any doubt now the worst police state, not only in reality exceeding Gestapo Nazi Germany, but exceeding the human imagination of George Orwell and other authors of dystopias. And this utterly corrupt criminal police state gets away with pretending to be the “defender…
The Dallas Accord was an implicit agreement made at the 1974 Libertarian National Convention to compromise between the larger minarchist and smaller anarcho-capitalist factions by adopting a platform that explicitly did not say whether it was desirable for the state to exist.
Plank 3.4 of the Libertarian Party's platform:
We support the removal of governmental impediments to free trade. Political freedom and escape from tyranny demand that individuals not be unreasonably constrained by government in the crossing of political boundaries. Economic freedom demands the unrestricted movement of human as well as financial capital across national borders. However, we support control over the entry into our country of foreign nationals who pose a credible threat to security, health or property.
The text highlighted in red implicitly calls for the continued existence of the state. That's one of the reasons (there are others) it needs to go.
The text highlighted in yellow preserves the ability of minarchists to propose state action vis a vis immigration -- all they have to do is claim that their plans are "reasonable" -- without committing the party to the idea of the state.
Alongside the 22QDA, Gemtech had their Integra out for us to test drive. No, I’m not talking about the Japanese Import from Honda/Acura. The Integra is their integrally suppressed .300blk AR. While integrally suppressed ARs is nothing new and certainly .300blk is no longer the new kid on the block, what makes the Integra worthy […]
[Yingtao Zeng], [Qing Yang], and [Jun Li], a.k.a. the [UnicornTeam], developed the cheapest way so far to hack a passive keyless entry system, as found on some cars: around $22 in parts, give or take a buck. But that’s not all, they manage to increase the previous known effective range of this type of attack from 100 m to around 320 m. They gave a talk at HITB Amsterdam, a couple of weeks ago, and shown their results.
The attack in its essence is not new, and it’s basically just creating a range extender for the keyfob. One radio stays …read more