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Operation Condor – How NSA Director Mike Rogers Saved The U.S. From a Massive Constitutional Crisis…

7 Jan

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2 Paragraphs 4 Liberty: #142 “Liberty On The Front Porch”

5 Dec


01.david.judgegray.0141711.av       During the past year my wife and I have devoted more special time in the evenings to sitting on our front porch, sometimes with a Manhattan or wine, sometimes not, but always with our dog.  What have we found?  Lots of things and all of them good.  Neighbors walk by and we chat, joke and laugh with them.  We notice things that had escaped us before because we were too busy: a hummingbird (we call him “Dart”) that always rests on the same twig; and not only sunsets and moon risings, but also the sense of the breeze and the seasons – and we also utilize the casual opportunity to explore each other.

But overall what we have really noticed the most is that life has slowed down, and that we are enjoying it – and each other – more.  The trite way of saying it is that “Life is…

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Liz Crokin “My Editor Fired Me For Writing About The Podesta Emails And VIP Child Abuse In The US.”

16 Nov

A Critical Appraisal of Network Unbundling

23 Oct


High-speed broadband networks are key to the growth of digital markets as well as most modern forms of communication, and have been subject to far-reaching regulation in many countries. In this piece, we’ll review the rationale behind a cornerstone of the prevailing regulatory paradigm: forced access to incumbent operators’ network infrastructure by alternative operators on regulated terms, so-called “unbundling”.

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Austin Peterson’s Narrow Path to Becoming Missouri’s Next Senator

14 Oct

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Podcast: Delegate Nick Freitas Discusses The Distortion of Freedom

6 Sep

Libertarian calendar for October 2017

31 Aug

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Columbus Statues Protested In Detroit And Damaged In Baltimore

24 Aug


220px-Christopher_ColumbusProtesters are mounting a widening movement against statues to historical figures across the country. What began with protests of confederate statues after the Charlottesville protests has expanded to include Supreme Court justices, presidents, founders, and now explorer Christopher Columbus.  In Detroit, protesters gathered around the Columbus statue to demand removal as a symbol of “white supremacy.”  In Baltimore, the Columbus statue was vandalized.

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Jerusalem in Photos from 1862: No mosques, no Palestinians – only ghost towns of massacred Christian areas

14 Aug

Palestine-Israel Conflict

A new photographic exhibition in London follows the journey taken by England’s Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) in 1862, as he undertook a four month tour around the Middle East.

And as usual, no sign of mosques or active Palestinian presence as the decades old argument from the Palestinian side to keep up the saga to fight and occupy, for the sake of jihad and foreign aid.

In the exhibition we find more photographs from Jerusalem in 1862, when the so called “palestinians” allegedly were already 1 million in population on land they profess to have “lost to Jewish occupation” a few decades later. The only problem with this argument is that, as with all photographs up to the second decade of 1900’s, there are rarely any Muslims or mosques to be found on any photographs. The only mosque – and a confiscated synagogue converted after Muslim invasion…

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Familial Ties and Political Triage: The Russian Meeting Highlights The True Cost Of Nepotism

17 Jul


donald_trump_president-elect_portrait_croppedEric Trump once dismissed objections to his father’s use of nepotism by saying that “nepotism is kind of a fact of life.”  That is true. It is also a part of presidential history, but it is not a good part.  I have long been a critic of nepotism in government.  What is interesting is how costly the practice can be.  The current controversy involving Donald Trump Jr. and Jared Kushner are illustrative of those costs.  Absent the family connection, neither Trump Jr. nor Kushner would likely have been able to avoid a separation from the White House (as was the case with Manafort and Flynn).  Instead, Trump has had to double down and his defenders belittle the fact that Donald Jr. not only took the bait of this meeting but said that he would “love” to get information directly from the Russian government to help in the election.  As…

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