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Some are, some aren't. Those that are confused explicitly believe the government, and those that are not confused do not believe the government. The government is the problem ... the solution is to put the government on a ultra-strict constitutional diet and amputate the rotting, necrotic tissue.
On the contrary, consistent libertarians such as Ron Paul DO call for a return to a gold standard ...
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Scrap Labor Day for 9/11 Day

Unknown3rdParty Wrote: Sep 12, 2014 3:11 PM
That's like schools re-christening Christmas break to be a Winter break ... irony intended.
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Scrap Labor Day for 9/11 Day

Unknown3rdParty Wrote: Sep 12, 2014 3:10 PM
Better yet, scrap Labor Day--American labor unions fleece those under their control--AND a day memorializing 9/11. Why do we want to celebrate/memorialize something negative?
Remember this: only a legislature can craft law about where a gun cannot be brought. On that note, I find it ironic that a business can choose to not serve (fill in the blank with your choice of gays, whites, blacks, Muslims, people wearing colanders on their heads) on whatever grounds they choose (moral, religious, etc.) but does so at the risk of being sued, yet other businesses post NO GUNS ALLOWED signs and expect people to accept it on their own grounds. Nevertheless, such a policy carries no legal weight because it is not a legislatively enacted law; many state-run university "policies" are now being found to run afoul of the law. The worst the business can do is ask you to leave.
Absolutely correct, you are. The concealed permit is a bureaucratic solution to a non-problem. Law-abiding citizens are not a problem, criminals are.
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Why Obama's Majority Can't Govern

Unknown3rdParty Wrote: Sep 05, 2014 12:06 PM
They don't want to merely "govern", they want to control, to dictate.
"A new kind of Republican" ... a RINO? A NeoCon? Already have them, don't want them. Gimme a REAL conservative, not somebody who, for the sake of convenience and vote-getting, only pretends to be.
Show me where in the Second Amendment that arms are restricted to the home. For simplicity, here is the text: "A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. " I think we can all agree that the Bill of Rights is a national document, right? It necessarily follows, then, that "State" in this context appropriately refers to the nation; therefore, it also follows that the restriction on carry is restricted to within national borders. That is our collective "home".
That's right ... he didn't see Hitler's Germany rounding up the Jews and forcibly deporting them to concentration camps. He didn't see Chairman Mao's China, Vladimir Lenin's Russia, Pol Pot's Vietnam, Assad's Syria ... mostly unarmed citizens being herded into a slaughter. If Hagel went to school under Common Core, these significant tidbits of history would be washed away by our Revisionist Historian in Chief as insignificant and meaningless. However, they have happened, they're well documented and we're watching it happen again.
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