Archive for May, 2015

Baltimore: Wag the Dog?

May 31, 2015

“Staged for TV?”

Found at

“12 Unanswered Questions About The Baltimore Riots That They Don’t Want Us To Ask”

Mayor says she “gave them space” in Baltimore to riot, burn, and loot. She gave it as a tool they used to “de-escalate”. But the day after they went in with all the military-style occupation force they could throw at them.

And if this was the plan, why did they leave cop cars in the middle of the “anything-goes” territory, the “Purge Zone”?

#4 Where were the Baltimore police on Monday afternoon when the riots exploded? During the rioting, CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin said that the “disappearance of the police for hours this afternoon is something that is going to haunt this city for decades”.

My question is, why doesn’t the Media interview a few owners of businesses in the affected area? Is it blacks that own stores don’t rate with City Hall?


Darwinian “science” at work

May 31, 2015

How do they know “Lucy” is a humanoid transitional fossil?

Just watch this:

No wonder the Bible calls this “science falsely so-called”.

Judge Lemelle, and Jesuit President Kevin Wildes of Loyola U, join NYT blatant libel against Walter Block

May 30, 2015

At no time has Professor Block ever said that slavery was anything but a moral abomination and an economic drag on the rest of society – the long-standing view of all libertarians.

Walter Block has even said the slaves should have been allowed to sue their former masters, seek complete restitution, and that maybe the former slaveowners should have been sentenced with a time in slavery themselves.

From Tom DiLorenzo’s article, Who Do You Believe? The New York Times, or Walter Block and Your Own Lying Eyes?…:

“Those people who owned slaves in the pre-Civil War U.S. were guilty of the crime of kidnapping.”

Professor Walter Block, Human Rights Review, July-Sept. 2002, p. 55

Most readers of are probably aware of the facts that: 1) A New York Times reporter maliciously libeled Professor Walter Block in a hit piece on Senator Rand Paul by claiming that Professor Block, who has supported Senator Paul, supposedly said that slavery was “not so bad”; 2) that Professor Block sued the New York Times for libel; 3) an establishment judge (the only kind) ruled against Professor Block; and 4) Professor Block has appealed the judge’s outlandish ruling.

It is not surprising that an establishment government lawyer in a black robe would support the views of “the” establishment government propaganda rag in its quest to discredit and smear an ever-so-slightly anti-establishment politician, Senator Rand Paul, by libeling one of his academic supporters. What is surprising is how the federal judge in the case, U.S. District Judge Ivan Lemelle, did not even bother to document or support with evidence his dismissive statement that “Perceptions about Block’s notion of race related issues were largely fueled and published by Block himself,” as he dismissed the lawsuit. He either made no attempt to determine what Professor Block actually said, or he intentionally and dishonestly ignored it.

What Professor Block said to the New York Times hatchet man “reporter” was that, philosophically speaking, there is a difference between voluntary and involuntary slavery. An example of the former is indentured servitude. About half of all the European immigrants to the original thirteen American colonies were indentured servants. These were mostly poor youth who, in return for passage to America, voluntarily contracted to work for a number of years for the person or business that paid for their voyage. After the period of indentured servitude expired (five years, for example), he was usually given a stipend and became an accepted member of American society with no further work obligations to his previous “employer.” This is the kind of “slavery” that Professor Block, with tongue in cheek, said “was not so bad” compared to real, involuntary slavery. It was a voluntary work contract that was very different from real slavery, which involved the crime of kidnapping, and much worse. At no time has Professor Block ever said that slavery was anything but a moral abomination and an economic drag on the rest of society – the long-standing view of all libertarians.

The last paragraph sums up one takeaway:

Professor Block has appealed Lemelle’s ruling to another government lawyer in a black robe. One thing this whole sorry episode shows is that there is nothing the statist establishment in America hates and fears more than a well-educated libertarian with a word processor and internet access.

But I would say that the statists who are the smartest of the statists probably hate and fear a well-educated and articulate libertarian Christian with any audience. In fact, all of them. Even atheist anarcho-capitalist Walter Block, in echo of his (agnostic) mentor Murray Rothbard, that religions and families are two institutions that prove most impervious to propaganda.

Sentiment, compassion, and the lobotomized welfare state

May 27, 2015

Sentiment and compassion

May 27, 2015

Theodore parses out the lack of compassion of the welfare bots and makes it obvious:

Our changing world

May 27, 2015

Great big sucking sound. No, Ross, it’s not Mexico..

Spelling something wrong has stuck a few times in the interesting history of the English language…

So this is how they are corrupting domestic police forces…

May 25, 2015

Holder said he’d stop the “civil forfeiture” thefts by the federal agents. He said nothing about the locals that steal cash and valuables for the feds and get a cut.

He said nothing about pushing to give back stolen assets that they already took.

This is not your forefathers’ America.

Kids home schooled by Moms at home do better in life

May 23, 2015

At least the author of the NYT article posted by Linkedin in Pulse, admitted that the facts and issues are still matters of debate:

The article is a circular dog-chasing-tail exercise in logic, cleverly obfuscated by layers of assertions and reference to certain surveys. It just shows, like President Truman I think it was said once (here paraphrased), “There are lies, damned lies, and then there are statistics”.

The first outrageous attack on logic is the use of the term “working mothers”. Reminds me of the viral incident even before the Internet in which one presidential candidate famously asked the wife of a couple attending his fund-raiser whether she worked. Whether she worked! Knowing she had young kids at home!

Like using as advantage that guys with working Moms are more accepting of future wives that work. Circle jerk that. That’s like saying welfare helps pay the bills for the recipients. Duh. This says nothing in a way that points in a certain direction.

Ask any mother, heck, ask the article, and you’ll find that everybody knows kids get a lot from their mothers AT HOME. A LOT. Like the toddlers that learn to read from their Moms at home.

They learn a love for reading. Maybe that’s where I got my love for books. I remember getting my first library card. It was a temporary one while they made the permanent one in those days. I made them lend me two books instead of just the one allowed. Then I made my Mom, who was AT HOME WITH ME I remember, take me back for more. Next day, my permanent card allowed me SIX entire books.

Ask any of the now millions of home schooled kids, taught by their STAY-HOME mothers, the ones that teach them at home. They are much better socialized than the ones that go to school with bullies and drugs and promiscuity and abortion traffickers, learning things that would horrify their parents, using materials that are hidden from parents.

Not just the moral values, they get better perspectives on society. In schools that are overwhelming now under mandates (command-control) to teach how fantastic their own government is, or whatever is in fashion for whatever shadow elites manage to put into these Pavlov-oriented tomes.

That’s right not only they learn better social values and practices, they also get better ACADEMIC education in math and all the STEM areas. They hit the higher echelons of the academic bees, math, geography, science and win prizes at science fairs, you name it.

Patrick Henry College, whose students are mostly home-schooled, has accumulated one of the most impressive track records of winning the moot contests held for law school students. They even twice beat the competition in Britain, using English law in an English moot court.

All this straining at gnats and swallowing camels to try to justify getting women to give up the natural maternal instinct is going to eventually implode. Either that or they’ll have to criminalize them as “useless eaters” or something, like Hitler’s pejorative for the handicapped people he slaughtered. Except the real useless eaters are the thieves of governments that steal our daily bread to support turning our children into “good little citizens”. Like that great educator (I said sarcastically) Charles Drew said.

The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom.

Disgusted with Facebook?

May 23, 2015

I’m disgusted with Facebook and would like a more freedom-friendly type of thing.

There is an up-and-coming technology I believe, that involves peer-to-peer type interaction between nodes, rather than connecting through one middleman that controls the conversation. The GOVERNMENT powers-that-be prefer monolithic companies. That’s why they passed legislation to protect too-big-to-fail companies, with sophisticated tricks to hide the fact so they don’t get shown butt-naked like they did in 2008. That was the year we all saw that Republicans and Democrats work for the same corporate-Fed cabal.

I deleted myself out of Facebook and HATE the comments sections in some places that require a Facebook ID to post. LinkedIn uses something else, and that’s cool too.

PEER-TO-PEER. IT works. It liberates us (the “client nodes”) from monsters like Facebook. Makes it a bit easier for upstarts like Kim Dot-com.

Copyright was invented to kings to force book publishers to get permission before they could print. That just pushes contrarians into the dark, just like with the drug laws wars. Now the Internet is busting the atrocious idea that one guy,

Meet the face of the REAL racist war on women

May 23, 2015

Meet the testimony of the woman they sterilized as a baby because they said she would be “feeble-minded”:

Elaine Riddick’s testimony is found in their own documents. She now has a college degree.

Planned Parenthood is the real face of genocide.

The real war on women is the femicide in China, where millions of little baby girls are killed every year.