The Targeted Assassination of The Bill of Rights


The Targeted Assassination of the Bill of Rights

by Priscilla Galstaun-Khader

It’s my birthday and I’m not celebrating. Not only because I’m not much into birthdays to begin with but also because any motivation to celebrate something as trivial as my existence on this planet was reduced to cinders when exactly 3 years ago our rights to due process (the only requirement of government mentioned twice in the Constitution) as a citizen of this country, was targeted for assassination and snuffed out in a drone attack.

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Oklahoma Isn’t Okay

craigOklahoma Isn’t Okay
By Craig Dawkins

The horribly bigoted and intolerant, anti-Muslim comments made by Oklahoma house representative John Bennett are not unusual in Oklahoma. And when you consider that he expressed a desire to treat American Muslims as a “cancer in our nation that needs to be cut out,” I immediately think about American Indians who suffered horribly under the same kind of mentality. Fortunately, their culture survived despite attempts to destroy everything “Indian.”  

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Machiavelli was the first political consultant scumbag

Machiavelli was the first political consultant scumbag
By Craig Dawkins – September 5, 2014

A couple of weeks ago, I had an interesting conversation with someone related to messaging and influence within and outside the liberty movement. Their message was that “we” in the liberty movement should endorse candidates who may be overtly bad on libertarian ideals, but are not as bad as other candidates in order to increase our influence among those who are running for political office. The idea was that if candidates felt that liberty proponents would support them, they’d be more apt to legislate in that fashion. Of course this was directed towards candidates in the GOP sphere.

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