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Liberty Connections 12/7/12 Pearl Harbor Day

From: William E. G.
Sent on: Friday, December 7, 2012 5:19 PM
Spread the Word of Liberty Far and Wide!
“The most drastic deprivation which any person can suffer is that of the freedom to utilize and enjoy the faculties which nature has given him and which his will and desire have developed. Keep a man from exercising his mind, his body, his faculties in the pursuit of his own wishes and delights, keep him from enjoying the fruits of his efforts -- and you have done everything evil to him that you can. The greatest desire of each person, in short, is to be free to get the most he can out of life. There is no other way objectively to define social goals than to call them the sum of those individual goals which can be harmonized in society.” – Slyvestro Petro
Will Guantanamo Ever Be Closed? Andy Worthington
Deck the Halls with Macro Follies (Video) J Watch & Smile! J
Texting Away Your Freedom The Washington Times Editorial
Operation Gladio and False Flag Terror Campaigns (Video)
The Goal Is Freedom: Individualist Collectivism Sheldon Richman
"It is not necessary to enumerate the many advantages, that arise from this custom of early marriages. They comprehend all the society can receive from this source; from the preservation, and increase of the human race. Every thing useful and beneficial to man, seems to be connected with obedience to the laws of his nature, the inclinations, the duties, and the happiness of individuals, resolve themselves into customs and habits, favourable, in the highest degree, to society. In no case is this more apparent, than in the customs of nations respecting marriage." - Samuel Williams, The Natural and Civil History of Vermont, 1794
War on Drugs a Trillion-Dollar Failure Richard Branson (Video down page)
Big Mac Labor Attack: Unions Shake Down Fast Food Joints (Video)
Will Obama’s Second Term See an End to the Failed ‘War on Drugs’? Sadbh Walshe
ZoNation: Jovan Belcher Tragedy: Blame the Man, not the NRA (Video)
The Forever Wars of Frederick & Kimberly Kagan Philip Giraldi
"For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it might cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and to provide for it." - Patrick Henry
Adam Kokesh Speech – Is It Time? (Video) Great speech! J
Go Back To Clinton-Era Taxes? What About Clinton-Era Spending? Bob Livingston
DeMint Joins Heritage To Broaden Conservative Message Sam Rolley
Verizon Files Creepy Spying Television Patent Sam Rolley
Political Correctness Busybodies Attack Senior Citizens’ Christmas Tree Sam Rolley
Vacant Homes: 14 Million (Early 2009), 14 Million (2012) Gary North
Was The Bin Laden Raid A Smokescreen For BHO Eligibility Hearing?
Could Texas Really Secede From The Union? The Answer Is… Benny Johnson (Video down page) Good video to watch! J
 Benghazi Attack Was Failed Kidnapping To Trade Blind Sheik George Spelvin
Unfiltered News from the Reality Zone G. Edward Griffin There are a lot of interesting connections located in here! Highly recommend a look see! J
"The multiplication of public offices, increase of expense beyond income, growth and entailment of a public debt, are indications soliciting the employment of the pruning knife." - Thomas Jefferson (1821)
William E. 'Bill' Grisham CPA
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