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Nobody Asked For A Violent State

I live in Stockholm, Sweden. A hundred years ago, one of the largest employers in the city was the State. Their business was as straightforward as it was necessary: help keep keep people safe, provide schools, a social safety net,

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Posted in Libertarianism, Post Tipping Point, Substitution

The time of 'No' is here

Finally, it seems that everyone realizes that refusing to obey is the only way out. Congress just passed a 1000 page bill without a single member reading it. Even if they had read it, and initialed every section, if it

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Posted in Idiocracy, No no no!, Someone Clever Said, The Facts, The Law, Told You So, Yes yes yes!

The Mengele Agenda

A vigilant lurker writes: I had to send you this abstract. Unfortunately I don’t have access to the full article.  1: Am J Public Health. 2009 Feb 5. [Epub ahead of print] Links The Moral Justification for a Compulsory Human

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Posted in Fear-mongering, Medicine, Money, Someone Stupid Said, The Facts

Brown Decree Tightens Hold on Intelligence

LONDON, Britain — Prime Minister Gordon Brown has used his decree powers to carry out a major overhaul of this country’s intelligence agencies, provoking a fierce backlash here from human rights groups and legal scholars who say the measures will

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Posted in Substitution

A Resolution Opposing War on Iran

WHEREAS, The Bush Administration and its Congressional allies are engaging in a systematic campaign to convince the American people that the Islamic Republic of Iran poses an imminent threat to the American nation, American troops in the Middle East and

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Posted in Idiocracy, Post Tipping Point, Someone Clever Said

German constitutional court creates new fundamental right to digital privacy

February 27, 2008 (presse@ccc.de)Today, Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court, the country’s highest court, flatly rejected North Rhine-Westphalia’s Constitutional Protection Act, which is designed to permit the so-called online search of computers and other IT systems. The Karlsruhe judges made it clear

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Posted in Geekn, Justice, NIR, Yes yes yes!

The beautiful sound of English

This is a comment on an article that appeared in The Telegraph about the highly offensive spying of Poole council on an innocent family, who were judged to be guilty before proven innocent: Just ponder for a moment. Ten short

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Posted in Beautiful, Home Schooling, Idiocracy, Post Tipping Point, Someone Clever Said, Told You So