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  1. Left, Right, up, down... they are all dangerously crazy

    Quote Originally Posted by kathy88 View Post
    [The extreme religious right] can't legislate morality.
    Said the blind man to his deaf daughter...

    They think they can and that makes them equally dangerous to those at the other end of the supposed spectrum. Do not fool yourselves into thinking that such people would not have your necks under their boots were they given the opportunity.

    Extremists of any flavor, whether religious or otherwise pose essentially equal threats to freedom and if liberty is to ...

    Updated 04-02-2013 at 11:49 AM by osan

  2. Tom Wood's speech at the 2013 Liberty Forum in Nashua, New Hampshire

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith and stuff View Post

    The above video is Tom Wood's Liberty Forum speech. I saw it on the NHforLiberty blog. Below is the blog post without all of the links. Click on the link below to see the blog post as the author originally intended it.
    Tom Woods Full Keynote Speech at Liberty Forum 2013
    Posted on April 1, 2013

    Tom Woods discusses Nullification
  3. The Devil's Advocate Part II

    Continuing on from Part I:

    "[Lomax] What do you want from me?

    [Devil] I want you to be yourself.

    You know, I'll tell you, boy... guilt... it's like a bag of $#@!ing bricks. All you got to do is set it down.

    I know what you're going through.

    I've been there.

    [Lomax's "sister"] Just come here. Come here. Let it go.

    [Lomax] I can't do that.

    [Devil] Who are you carrying all those ...
  4. The Devil's Advocate Part I

    Generally speaking, I despise so-called "Hollywood". Literally speaking, 99%+++ of what they have produced is not fit for the lowest of human filth to view, much less decent folk - and yes, I am just brash enough to make the distinction between the worst and the better among us in this era of "it's all good" relativism. But there is that almost infinitesimal proportion of work the conception and execution of which has been so keenly inspired as to nearly excuse the hopeless ...
  5. Just Let go

    One of the most important lessons I have learned in my life so far is Letting Go. Letting go of the illusion of control.

    I don't remember how old I was exactly, maybe my early twenties, but I remember the feeling of my eyes suddenly opening to the fact that I have no control over any other person. It was startling, and although you might assume that it was a depressing realization, in fact, it was a huge relief! I suddenly had a very large weight lifted off my shoulders. Realizing ...