Agorism is a political philosophy that holds as its ultimate goal bringing about a society in which all "relations between people are voluntary exchanges – a free market." The term comes from the Greek word "agora," referring to an open place for as
In every human being there exists a balance, an internal fulcrum, a guide to what is honest, to what is true and constant. When this balance within us is broken, by ourselves or by others, it tends to attract grief and desolation, like some terrible
Jaws are flapping and tongues are wagging as to what is REALLY going on here, but the official versions seems to be that violence is inevitable, so the time for public association is over.
Two of the most popular liberal news sites are calling for violence against Republicans for obstructing the radical agenda of President Barack Obama.....
Politicians would do well to read history. They would do well to remember that the Revolutionary War was fought over far less tax abuse.
What is oppression? What is slavery? In order to fight it, we must first understand what it is and how to identify it in all it's forms. Well look no further than AZ State Senator Russel Pearce's SB 1070.
April 19th is the anniversary of the “Shot Heard Round the World.” This year millions of Americans will be mailing their "shots" to Washington DC.
The New Mexico GOP has voted (!?!) to keep Adam Kokesh's name off the ballot! MAKE SOME PHONE CALLS!
When people go to this much trouble to express themselves....there's a revolution brewin'.
There are no constraints left to halt America’s slide into a totalitarian capitalism. Electoral politics are a sham. The media have been debased and defanged by corporate owners. The working class has been impoverished and is now being plunged into p
The Solution Video part 1, putting government back into the hands of We the People. If you could find a way to end corruption in government and give the power back to the People, without violence
A close reading of the bill introduced by McCain and Lieberman on Thursday suggests it would allow the U.S. military to detain U.S. citizens without trial indefinitely in the U.S. based on suspected activity.
Voters in Iceland have been celebrating, after overwhelmingly rejecting proposals to pay the UK and the Netherlands in the wake of collapse of the Icesave bank. With a third of results counted, 93% of voters said "No"...
The same grasping NeoCon types who lied themselves into Congress in 1994 are back. They want you to believe them. They are confident, already counting their perks and planning how to spend the money they steal this time around. This time put th
The Intelligence Project identified 512 "Patriot" groups that were active in 2009. Of these groups, 127 were militias, marked with an asterisk, and the remainder includes "common-law" courts, publishers, ministries and citizens' groups. Generally, Pa
Pastor Manning, while condemning "Unintended Consequences"-types of behaviors, thinks that more Joe Stacks are waiting in the wings. I can't say that I disagree.
A campaign of this magnitude warrants a r3VOLution Bus to help kick off the fun and games! See the Full Video @ http://ChangeArizona.Blip.TV
We can’t make a real revolution on an unseaworthy vessel. No matter how many times we let ourselves be conned into floating this kind of slave ship, the ending will remain the same and the next chapter will read just like the previous one.
Should the people come to the conclusion that The Government is in fact a felon - should there be no enforcement at the state level, no real move to "take back" authority vested in The Constitution, returning it to the states and to rein in the crook
A small plane crashed Thursday into a multistory office building in what what authorities said may have been a deliberate act by a man upset with the Internal Revenue Service. (READ SUICIDE NOTE HERE)
A small plane crashed into a business tower that houses some federal offices in Austin on Thursday morning, engulfing the entire front half of the seven-story building in flames.
To say "no" in reply to an offer, suggestion, or demand is to assert authority. "Yes" can signify either honorable agreement or craven submission. Saying "no," on the other hand, is a way of claiming one's sovereignty and demanding that it be respect
No, it is not 1860 again. But with all the talk of the 10th Amendment, nullification and interposition, states rights and secession — following Gov. Perry’s misstatement that Texas, on entering the Union in 1845, reserved a right to secede — one migh
In an urgent message on the systematic betrayal of the tea party, Alex Jones warns against the turncoats and deceivers flocking from the weakened GOP and FOX News to harness the populist uprising that briefly found life outside of the traditional two
Qik lets you share your everyday life experiences as it happens with your family and friends — right from your mobile phone.
Phoenix style welcomes are very nice, Welcome to to Arizona.
"If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin." Samuel Adams, 1776
The Supreme Court today struck down key elements of McCain-Feingold legislation in a decision that could radically alter campaign finance. In a broad 5-4 decision in Citizens United vs. FEC, the Court found unconstitutional bans in the Bipartisan
Few of his fellow villagers mourned the local Communist Party official many say made their lives hell by seizing land, extorting money and bullying people for years.