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Henry Lewis Mencken wrote:

  • I believe that it is better to tell the truth than a lie.
  • I believe it is better to be free than to be a slave.
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Political Economy And Ethical Values

Prohibition and police murders: 1912

Virginia Moonshiners kill Sheriff, Judge, Court Clerk, Prosecutor, Juror! shrieked the headlines… But it was not such an unusual day back in February of 1912, when tax revenues were falling and Congress debated more Excise bills and taxes on corporations and partnerships.  178 more words

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Secrets of Our World Revealed

What is it about today’s world that makes people unwilling to speak out about where we are headed? No one even dares to acknowledge the dark forces that oppress us even within our own homes. 1,227 more words


Death to Kingpins

God’s Own Prohibitionists want the death sentence for enjoyable drug kingpins…

Just not THIS one.

“And for the drug kingpins: the death penalty.” These are the words of the president–not of some South American military junta–but of  the United States of America on September 5, 1989. 455 more words

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Attorney Generals Going Rogue: A Symptom of Government Running Amok

In a blatant attack on free speech, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Tracy Healey filed a subpoena back in April against ExxonMobil demanding 40 years of communications between the company and a dozen free market groups and universities (Exxon released a copy of the subpoena on June 15, making public the organizations targeted by the AG’s inquisition). 839 more words

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Sandy Hook Shooting Narrative To Be Front-and-Center at Dem Convention

Recalling Principal Dawn Hochsprung’s ‘Censored’ Post-Massacre Remarks

The Sandy Hook active shooter event of December 14, 2012 will be on showboated at next week’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. 688 more words


ppjg reblogged this on The PPJ Gazette and commented:

Maybe we should allow victims of the illegal wars to sue military contractors for the deaths of more than a million. Or how about we sue medical schools that train doctors who mistreat their patients and cause harm and death? OR! How about we let victims of drunk drivers sue alcohol beverage manufacturers for contributing to the deaths of so many. This could be a real gold mine if we work it right! Yipppee!

The Sincerest Flattery

So The Don’s poledancer babe copied verbatim the Kenyan’s old lady’s speech? Welcome to reality, where entrenched political machines try “whutevah woiks” in an effort to secure “ 400 more words

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