Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Constitutionalism Going “Viral”

An excellent well written article..."The Liberty Movement’s interest lay not just in the chaos of the present moment, but in the clarity of a possible future; one in which man’s individual sovereignty is valued, rather than feared."

By Giordano Bruno
Neithercorp Press – 1/12/11

Generally, when one is in the midst of national tragedy, unspoken but expected rules of social conduct tend to take effect. These rules require us to engage in a chorus of collective theater in which every person must act out their best teary-eyed monologue. We suddenly feel obliged to showcase for the world how much more empathetic we are to the plight of the victim or victims than others, or, we simply silence our dissent so that we might avoid appearing “insensitive” to the fads of cultural grieving. That is to say, if you dare to question the honesty behind the sobs, the outrage, or the reactionary zealotry of the ideologues hell bent on exploiting the latest calamity to their own benefit, then you are usually branded as monstrous as the villain or villains who carried out the terrible event in the first place.

Will we see a repeat of 1995? Will the event be wielded like a precision blade to cut down the Liberty Movement and the independent educational apparatus we have worked so hard to build? Not this time…

Neither the Giffords shooting, nor any other nationally condemned attack will derail the current social climate, or the Liberty Movement itself. Here’s why…

Constitutionalism Going “Viral”

Seeing The Big Picture

Legitimate Concerns, Not “Rhetoric

Anti-Gun Movements Now Sterile

Rights Taking Precedence Over “Safety

True Humanitarians Promote Freedom

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Stand Tall...Stand on the Truth

"The Road Not Taken" is a poem by Robert Frost, published in 1916 in the collection Mountain Interval

Video: Shooter a nonpartisan nutcase, says friend

Arrogant and Authoritarian: Barack Obama and the New Progressives

January 12, 2011
Arrogant and Authoritarian: Barack Obama and the New Progressives
By Chuck Rogér

Blindness to physical reality, denial of human nature, and a consuming desire to use government force to impose fantasies on fellow human beings. Welcome to the mind of today's American "progressive."

Progressives veil sophomoric schemes in eloquent verbiage. Barack Obama's mastery of the technique got him elected president. Sixty-nine and a half million Americans would not have voted for Obama had he failed to conceal the differences between his campaign spiel and the contents of his heart.

Convinced of the goodness of their intentions, ideologues like Obama mistake tyranny for noble action. And to achieve their noble objectives, today's progressives bend the truth far more than did predecessors like John Dewey, Woodrow Wilson, and FDR. Yet Obama has increasingly adopted a more direct modus operandi since becoming president. The "centrist" disguise has disintegrated.

Progressivism initially appeared on the American scene in response to problems that cried for solutions. Peter Berkowitz describes the movement's birth.  Read More

The Media Has Declared... WAR!

January 12, 2011
The Media Has Declared... WAR!
By John Fricke

Newsrooms and hospitals have one major thing in common: the "hush" is the loudest thing anyone ever hears. The "hush" is the moment when normal activity stops cold for an announcement of major events that will entirely reshape any usual activity. While both newsrooms and hospitals stop on that kind of news -- and then, following it, race into a whirlwind of overdrive -- the similarities end there.

Hospitals gird for the incoming and the flood of bad news to follow; most newsrooms do not. In a newsroom, tragic events are met with a different vibe: an electric jolt that energizes the room with a sense of self-importance.

The shot of adrenaline that surges through a newsroom is fascinating to watch. After the initial rush, the newsroom is never satisfied. There is a reason why the term "news junkie" exists; there is always the next twist, the next piece of fresh information, the next set of numbers (think of the alcohol shots of "news" that an election night provides with its changing and evolving big story).   Read More

Timeline of recent mysterious bird, fish deaths

Wednesday, January 12, 2011
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of

(NaturalNews) The recent mysterious deaths of birds and fish are causing alarm among naturalists around the world. Birds are literally falling dead out of the sky, and fish are washing up dead on shores and rivers across North America and around the world. The reaction from the mainstream media seems strangely subdued, as if they're all just blowing this off as some unexplained quirk about the natural world that should be largely ignored.

NaturalNews readers think differently. We are concerned when thousands of dead birds fall out of the sky for no apparent reason. The sky itself may not be falling, but previously live animals are clearly falling out of it. If that's not enough reason to wonder what the heck is happening to our planet, then what is?

These are clear signs that something is wrong. Red flags from nature, if you will. Here's the timeline of recent deaths that have been reported:  Read More

Green Tea health benefits better than previously thought

Green tea better at preventing cancer and dementia than previously thought

Wednesday, January 12, 2011 by: S. L. Baker, features writer

(NaturalNews) For years, NaturalNews has covered the mounting research linking green tea and its extracts to a host of disease-fighting benefits -- from halting the progression of chronic lymphocytic leukemia ( and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease to protecting the oxygen-deprived brain from memory loss ( and preventing breast cancer ( It almost sounds too good to be true, right? Actually, a new study has revealed that green tea is an even more incredible natural health enhancer than anyone knew previously.   Read More

The Impact of the Food Safety Modernization Act

Farmer Brad

How the Food Safety Modernization Act will destroy American jobs, farms and local foods.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of

How will the new Food Safety Modernization Act actually impact small, local farmers who grow food for CSA's, local restaurants and grocers? To find out, I took a road trip to Texas and interviewed several small, local farmers to ask them, face to face, how the S.510 Food Safety Modernization Act would impact them.

I spoke to Farmer Brad from and captured the conversation on video. You can watch it here:

Here's a quick excerpt from our conversation about S.510 and the small farm exemption in the Tester Amendment:

Farmer Brad: To me, that's so un-American to say hey, you're going to stay in this box, and you can never grow your business bigger than that. $500,000 [in revenue] is your cap.

Health Ranger: It's destroying farming jobs.

Farmer Brad: It has made us start to totally re-look at our business plans and how we're going to sell our food. We're no longer going to sell wholesale, no longer going to sell to chefs or restaurants, it's consumer direct only.   Read More

Flight Crew Called Cops on Arianna Huffington

"She’s on her BlackBerry!"

Angry Passenger Talks About Why Flight Crew Called Cops on Arianna Huffington

Posted on January 12, 2011 at 10:04am by Jonathon M. Seidl

When news broke that a flight crew called the cops on Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington over her refusal to turn off her BlackBerry while in flight, the story included a buried reference to the fellow passenger who was angry enough to confront her about it. Now, that passenger is speaking up and explaining why he was so upset: he was afraid for his safety.  Read More

Sarah Palin: “America’s Enduring Strength”

A MORE THOUGHTFUL APPROACH: She prayed...She reflected and waited for the facts...She responded

Sarah Palin: "America's Enduring Strength" from Sarah Palin on Vimeo.