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A “Micro” Example of the Increasing U.S. Totalitarianism

I begin this piece with a “microeconomic” example of the inexorably advancing (and inevitable) totalitarianism in the United States.  A manager for a local pawnshop in the state I reside informed me of a town that came out with (at first) a city ordinance for pawn stores several years ago. With time, the city’s ordinance […]

Two Sides to Every Coin: When “Security Measures” Become Imprisonment

The most recent article I covered was a piece last week on the illegal alien situation and the president’s handling of it. This is a problem that has plagued the U.S. for decades, and as I wrote before, I agree completely with the way the president has been handling it. Let’s put the president “aside” […]

How to Make Your LIFE a Declaration of Independence

This article was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper A couple of centuries ago, our country’s Founding Fathers wrote and signed a declaration of our independence from another country. They included a bill of the rights that they wished to ensure for their descendants. While not perfect people, by any means, they […]

Sending Your Kids to Public School is Child Abuse

dollarvigilante.com/blog / by Jeff Berwick /  May 16, 2012 I don’t know why it was so obvious to me.  School was prison for kids.  That’s the way I saw it.  But as I looked at my fellow school inmates around me they didn’t seem to notice. By the time I reached high school I had resigned […]