Daily Archives: January 4, 2014

Attention Oath Takers … Are You Oath Keepers ?


Message To Police



Published on Dec 1, 2013

” Something you need to consider if you work in law enforcement–a question of life or death that you need to answer, and answer now.

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The Hammer: Stop the Bailout — Now

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Charles Krauthammer  writes:  First order of business for the returning Congress: The No Bailout for Insurance Companies Act of 2014.

Make it one line long: “Sections 1341 and 1342 of the Affordable Care Act are hereby repealed.”

End of bill. End of bailout. End of story.

Why do we need it? On December 18, the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers was asked what was the administration’s Plan B if, because of adverse selection (enrolling too few young and healthies), the insurance companies face financial difficulty.

Jason Furman wouldn’t bite. “There’s a Plan A,” he replied. Enroll the young.

But of course there’s a Plan B. It’s a government bailout.

Administration officials can’t say it for political reasons. And they don’t have to say it because it’s already in the Affordable Care Act, buried deep.

First, Section 1341, the “reinsurance” fund collected from insurers and self-insuring employers at…

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Here’s how we solve our current problems:

Getting out of our current economic depression.

Solution:  Round up all the bankers and bureaucrats who were/are responsible for the current economic depression, pass judgement on them in a Court of Law, and punish them properly for their crimes.  Then rebuild the economy with actual good people — perhaps people who studied law and economics at the von Mises Institute.

Evidence:  This is what Iceland did (several times) so that they could get themselves out of their 2008 recession.  Its economy now, as a result, is growing faster than any EU or American nation.





Curbing the frequencies of gun crimes being committed.

Solution:  Arm the people with weapons, and train them on how to properly, and effectively, use them.  Then allow them to freely carry those weapons around on their person as they please (even on airplanes).  For children, stick to tasers and pepper sprays, but teach them how to operate simple firearms for when they choose (or not) to own one of their own in adulthood.  Teach the people how to defend themselves, to see guns and other weapons as useful tools to that end, and never to rely on authorities as much as possible.  Arm the military when on home bases.  Arm teachers at schools with weapons of their choice.  Finally, demilitarize the police, and keep them off the streets unless called by a civilian for aid.

Evidence:  Switzerland is the only country in Europe that practices any form of open-carry, and as a result, their gun crime rates are so low that statistics on them aren’t even kept.  In the US, cities and states with the most relaxed gun laws are shown to have the safest streets and public spaces.  Agencies and authorities have shown consistently that they cannot always respond effectively to emergencies, and people are often urged by them to help others who can help themselves.








Dealing with worldwide food and energy crises.

Solution:  Dethrone all the wealthy, greedy bureaucrats that are preventing these problems from being solved (even as they blame us for those problems so that they can try to pose as the saviours…).  Then:  Implement the wholesale use of solar panels, small wind turbines for individual households, hydrogen and electric engines for cars and other vehicles, use biofuel from harvested algae for larger machines like planes, shut down all fossil fuel and nuclear power plants, put all the energy and power decisions at the hands of each individual homeowner who can afford to do so, and promote cold fusion research.  Raise the standard of living for those living in the third world (overthrow their oppressive dictators first — which were put there in the first place by the Globalists) comparable to what should be present in first world countries, so that there is no need for them to have more children than they can afford to rear.








The dwindling performance of children in schools.

Solution:  Recognize that men and women are DIFFERENT, and thus learn differently.  Elementary schools should be divided into a male and female halves, both in the same building and sharing the same field.  Make classrooms fun to be in for children, and make learning feel like play (like performing an experiment or watching an entertaining yet informative show).  Give children lots and lots of playtime outside — outside of learning.  Encourage homeschooling, and have children spend their first six (or so) years completely with their (non-feminist and non-divorced) parents, so they learn all the basics of life at home instead of at school.  Stop teaching to the test — stop testing altogether.  And assignments.  And homework.  Then merge boys and girls again come high school, where they’ll begin specializing to whatever field of work they wish to do.  And then send them out into the world — keep universities for academics who want to be in school for the rest of their lives.  Make apprenticeships as appealing as university currently is.

Evidence:  Norway remodeled their education system, and has since hit top of the charts in education worldwide.  Also great are the open-air classrooms that have been proposed, and organizations like ParticipAction who encourage playtime and sports.






Amending the poor state of health and healthcare.

Solution:  De-socialize healthcare, first of all.  Or, if the people are going to be taxed to fund their healthcare system, then it should at least be made to be the best possible care in the world.  Some countries get this, but still others (especially the US now) don’t.  Make most doctors freelance, and have the rest stationed at free-for-all clinics for those ailed who can’t afford the freelance option.  Stop putting harmful chemicals in the vaccines, and encourage the use of homeopathic medicines over conventional times whenever possible.





Social justice problems…

Solution:  Do away with Feminism, and the wealthy bankers who made it into the monster that it is today.  Go back to women catering to their biological strengths and men catering to theirs, and letting everyone have the free will to choose whatever work they please and whatever lifestyle they please.  Stop treating women like they’re innocent, little children in court trials.  Start making women responsible for their actions, as we already do to men.  Let Chivalry die, and allow men their fair share of relationship perks once more.  Celebrate traditional family structures again, give parents the power to deal with their children again, and stop caring so much about what skin colour people have or what religion they preach.  Make the government as small and powerless as possible.  Most everyday problems should be addressed and dealt with at the man-to-man level, without any need whatsoever to turn to an authority.  Teach people again how to be self-sufficient, strong and capable, inventive, and friendly and interactive to boot.  It all starts with the doing away with the evildoers who started all this nonsense…

Overthrowing the overlords:



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