August 29, 2005

Another nanny state death

They're from the government and they're here to help you.

Yeah, sure they are.

An outstanding warrant for a f**king seatbelt violation? WTF?!

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August 19, 2005

Justice delayed

Can still be pretty damned funny, to me anyway. Looks like Justice Souter's home might still get plowed under. Excerpt:

Logan [the developer] will visit Weare, New Hampshire from August 20th to the 23rd. He will talk to local supporters who are planning to use ballot initiatives to seize the land at 34 Cilley Hill Road and clear away other local laws that may hinder the project. It appears that an initiative can be placed on the March 2006 Weare N.H. ballot with only 25 signatures and can win with between 1,020 and 2,777 votes. Whoever said this project "will never happen" might find themself sitting in the Just Deserts Cafe eating crow pie next to David Souter.

Freestar Media will hold an open meeting to discuss the Lost Liberty Hotel project on Monday August 22nd at the Radisson Hotel at 700 Elm Street, Manchester NH 03101. Mention "The Lost Liberty Hotel project" for $1 parking. The meeting will go from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in salon D. Logan will discuss the purpose of the project and why it is an important step in the struggle against statism. Free copies of Ayn Rand's revolutionary capitalist manifesto ATLAS SHRUGGED will be provided to the first 25 people who attend.

Thanks to Claire Wolfe for the link.

Unrelated update: If you're not reading Backwoods Home Magazine, you're doing yourself a disservice. This article alone contains lots of useful information to help prepare you for the future. I've been reading Claire's Hardeyville columns since she was writing for WND and they're always entertaining and educational.

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August 02, 2005

Quote of the day

And it's from Dean Esmay:

I used to despise Howard Dean. Now I just consider him the biggest floppy-shoed, bright ball-nosed clown in Washington.

I'm thinking of posting this on my PC screensaver to drive the lefty moonbats I work with completely batshit insane.

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