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She is the mother of an 11 year old boy who regressed into autism following his 18 month vaccinations. Ginger is an author, speaker, new media writer and activist. She blogs on the politics of autism, health, vaccination, informed consent and both corporate and government corruption at AdventuresInAutism.com. She is a former Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in adolescent and family therapy and hold a Masters degree in Clinical Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. In 2009 she served on the steering committee of the first Maine CDC Autism Conference to educate medical professionals on the current state of research and treatment of autism. Ginger is the founder of Greater Brunswick Special Families a support organization for families supporting loved ones with developmental disabilities in Mid-Coast Maine. She is a co-author and contributing editor of the book Vaccine Epidemic: How Corporate Greed Biased Science and Coercive Government Threaten Our Human Rights Our Health and Our Children. Ginger was a member of the Elected Maine Delegation to the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, is a Campaign for Liberty County Coordinator for Cumberland County, Maine, and serves as Chairwoman of the Maine Liberty Summit.
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L.Neil Smith Receives the Freedom Book Club Book of the Year Award
07-02-2013 • YouTube.Com
L.Neil Smith, Author of "Down With Power, Libertarian Policy in a Time of Crisis" was awarded the Freedom Book Club, Book of the Year Award in Fort Collins, Colorado for his book, 'Down With Power'
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The following aphorisms are the work of libertarian novelist L. Neil Smith. They have been the bedrock for libertarian activism in Arizona for the last 10 years (since 1994 - now going on 18 years, this was written a while ago) and are the best explanation I can provide for the tactics of our past/future. Enjoy.
*Never soft-peddle the truth. It’s seldom self-evident and almost never sells itself, because there’s less sales resistance to a glib and comforting lie.
*Understand from the minute the fight begins that you’re going to take damage. Accept it. (You’ll always suffer more from the idiots and cowards on your own side than from any enemy.) Keep your overall goal in mind above all. Those who swerve to avoid a few cuts and bruises defeat themselves.
*If you’re not a little bit uncomfortable with your position, it isn’t radical enough. How can you be too principled? Take the most extreme position you can. You’re claiming territory you won’t have to fight for later, mostly against your “allies.”
*Go straight to the heart of the enemy’s greatest strength. Break that and you break him. You can always mop up the flanks and stragglers later, and they may even surrender, saving you a lot of effort.
*Know, down to the last cell in your body, that the other guy started it. He’s the one who put things in an ethical context where considerations like decency and mercy have no referent. The less pity moves you now, the sooner you can go back to being a nice guy.
*If you lose, go down fighting. It costs nothing extra, and now and again ...
*Remain the judge of your own actions. Never surrender that position by default. When the enemy screams “Foul!” the loudest, you know you’re doing him the most damage. Those who help him scream are also the enemy.
*Second thoughts, failures of confidence, nervous last-minute course-changes are all detours and recipes for defeat. The time to think is before the battle - if possible, before the war - not in the heat of it.
*It is moral weakness, rather than villainy, that accounts for most of the evil in the universe – and feeble-hearted allies, far rather than your most powerful enemies, who are likeliest to do you an injury you cannot recover from.
*Know, otherhandwise, that the easiest, most humiliating path to defeat is thinking that to beat the enemy you must be like him. Avoid the temptation to set your values aside “for the duration.” What’s the point of fighting if you give up what you’re fighting for? If remaining consistent with your values leads to defeat, you chose the wrong values to begin with.
*Never aim at anything but total achievement of your goal: the utter capitulation of the enemy. Every effort involves inertia and mechanical losses, so adopting any lesser objective means partial defeat. Total victory means you don’t have to fight the same fight again tomorrow.
*The most dangerous and successful conspiracies take place in public, in plain sight, under the clear, bright light of day – usually with TV cameras focused on them.
*Ever notice how those who believe in animal rights generally don’t believe in human rights?
*The function of government is to provide you with service; the function of the media is to supply the Vaseline.
*“Wake up America ,” you demand? America doesn’t need to “wake up” – by which of course, you mean pay attention to whatever you think is important. If America weren’t already awake, paying attention to what each individual thinks is important, your milk wouldn’t have gotten delivered this morning, and you wouldn’t have any electricity this afternoon.
*You cannot force me to agree with you. You can force me to act as though I agree with you – but then you’ll have to watch your back. All the time.
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Empire of Lies by L. Neil Smith
07-02-2013 • NCC-1776.Org
It's often been observed that the first casualty of war is the truth. But that's a lie, too, in its way. The reality is that, for most wars to begin, the truth has to have been sacrificed a long time in advance.
Bill Clinton's Reichstag Fire by L. Neil Smith
07-02-2013 • LNeilSmith.Org
A heinous act is committed in Oklahoma City -- the bombing of a federal building in which many lives, including those of a dozen innocent children, are blasted away -- and the spokesmen of both established political parties see nothing in it but anot