File this under: Watch what they do not what they say.

S&P Warns of Cuts; Another US Downgrade Coming?

California to run out of cash in March

Congressional Budget Outlook For 2012-2022 Says Real Unemployment Rate Is 10%

Homeownership rates fall to 66% as downturn nears a bottom

Taxes Will 'Shoot Up by More Than 30 Percent' Over Next 2 Years

By George, I Think They've Got It: 'Far Too Many Laws'

Obama Tells Woman: "Interesting" Unemployed Husband Can't Find Job

About Those US Jobs

How The Bank Lobby Owns Washington

Through the rapid proliferation of laws reaching every corner of human existence, the government is manufacturing more criminals now than ever before. The list of illegal activities includes more minutiae than one would think possible. Beer-makers are barred from listing alcohol content on bottles, and liquor distilleries cannot advertise on TV. Filling one's own prairie pothole can land a property owner in jail, as can protecting private property from unlawful intruders. Placing handbills in neighbors' mailboxes is strictly prohibited, and attempting to sell nectarines of an improper size is a federal offense. Companies are no longer allowed to give salaried professionals partial days off without pay, and in Texas it is a crime to call oneself an interior designer without the government's permission. It is perhaps easier to recount all that remains legal than all that is now prohibited. -- Jonathan H. Adler

Libertarian News Links

Vote for Obama, and he'll pay your mortgage!

Obama Demands Taxpayers Increase Funding For Overpriced Universities

Newt Gingrich's campaign paid him $47,000 for a list of supporters and paid one of his companies another $67,000 for web hosting

'Everyone step on his toes!' Gingrich security harasses Ron Paul supporter

Taxation: Theft Legalized

It All Comes Down to People

Gary Johnson Debates Romney and Obama Over Marijuana

Mark Steyn on Newt Gingrich: Time for Big Dreams and a Time to Wake Up

Mitt Romney's Radical Roots ???

"The only substantive choice is between Mitt Romney and Ron Paul ... people will have been presented a clear choice between debt-laden doom and the only way out of the banking abyss."

Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation, for it comes only once to a people. Those who have known freedom, and then lost it, have never known it again. -- Ronald Reagan

The TSA's War on Innocent Travelers

Ranger zaps off-leash dog walker with shock weapon

Geriatric Prison Nation

New Jersey Legislators Move to Ban Ammunition

The FBI takes the "isolated incident" into horror-film territory.

She Dialed 911. The Cop Who Came to Help Raped Her.

Leon Panetta defends dictatorship

Ignorance of military history breeds sure destruction..

Oil Corporations & US Gov't to Wield Power in Future Oily Iraq

Accenture Spells Out Next Stage of Manipulated Globalism

The most basic principle to being a free American is the notion that we as individuals are responsible for our own lives and decisions. We do not have the right to rob our neighbors to make up for our mistakes, neither does our neighbor have any right to tell us how to live, so long as we aren’t infringing on their rights. Freedom to make bad decisions is inherent in the freedom to make good ones. If we are only free to make good decisions, we are not really free. -- Ron Paul

Dressing Like a Grownup: Dealing with Bad Weather

Goodbye Sliced Bread: Dress Pant Sweatpants Officially The Greatest Thing Now

Say it ain't so, Mean Joe (Super Bowl commercial).

Mind-reading device could become reality

Cut Cost, Not Quality: How to Afford Better Food

Adventures in jury duty

Is Being A Moron A Requirement For A Government Job?

Warning to All Hopeful and Expectant Mothers

LAX FEMA Concentration Camp and Rendition Site Confirmed

The Food and Drug Administration secretly monitored the personal e-mail of a group of whistleblowers

Abuse of power isn't limited to bad guys in other nations. It happens in our own country if we're not vigilant … At Waco, was there really an urgency to get those people out of the compound at that particular time? Was the press going to make it look heroic for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms? At Ruby Ridge, there was one guy in a cabin at the top of the mountain. Was it necessary for federal agents to go up there and shoot a 14-year-old in the back and shoot a woman with a child in her arms? What kind of mentality does that? … Those in power get jaded, deluded, and seduced by power itself. The hunger for absolute power and, more to the point, the abuse of power, are a part of human nature. -- Clint Eastwood

Bacon Around the World

  • republican mother

    Thanks for the link and great list of posts