I had the pleasure on March 17, 2012 of speaking to attendees at the 2012 Colorado Libertarian State Convention in Aurora, Colorado at the DoubleTree. My keynote, “Government In Our Hands”, was well-received and a lot of questions were asked. It’s a controversial talk that challenges government, money and politics as we know it in the 21st century.
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If you’ve been paying attention, you would know by now that America is home to a broken, unsustainable and rogue government in Washington. The ‘Enhanced Screening’ agreement for TSA airport employees is a simple document to inform agents of the rights they’re violating (when subjected to a pat-down, body scanner or both) while giving proper notice in clear language of potential legal action for doing so.
Print out as many copies as you’d like of this document. It’s a simple way to assert and protect power over your own body at U.S. airports. You are not the property of the U.S. Government or TSA agents. Simple instructions are included on page two.
Phoenix Coldon, a 23-year-old college student in St. Louis, mysteriously disappeared on December 18, 2011 after leaving her parent’s home. Phoenix’s vehicle was later found abandoned with her purse and engine running. In this exclusive interview (recorded 4/27/12 in St. Louis), the Coldons speak out about their daughter and her disappearance.
World-renowned speaker Tony Robbins has devoted some time to discussing America’s gargantuan $16 trillion national debt. In this video, he shares figures inspired by blogger Iowahawk, where he uses visual aids to break down our unfathomable debt. It’s twenty minutes long and I urge you to spend every minute watching it.
At the end, Robbins asks viewers to write their Congressperson and president. Don’t waste your time, because they won’t listen. When has your government ever listened to you? The next step isn’t a phone call or letter, but bold actions. We’ve reached a critical point in our history that demands an outright replacement of a cancerous government overtaken by lobbyists, corrupt politicians and arithmetic-challenged planners who believe everything is fine.
Guess what? America is far from fine. We’re in deep trouble, and we won’t solve our problems by playing partisan politics. You can’t save your country as a conservative or liberal. These political ideologies serve no one and has done more harm than good. The time is now to think clearly and independently of your party and Washington.
Former Federal Reserve economist David Barker speaks to Fox Business’ John Stossel about central planning and monetary policy. Shockingly, he’s advocating the printing of your own money and ending of the Federal Reserve. He believes central planning is ineffective and cites examples in history to support his view.
Barker’s video left me speechless and supports everything Ron Paul, others and myself continue to advocate for: A society that’s free of centralized monetary manipulation and destruction. Kudos to Mr. Barker.
My gut instinct is that this interview is nothing more than a PR drama on primetime television. It probably doesn’t ask the truly tough questions that must be answered. For example, where did the Federal Reserve get $16 trillion to loan to global institutions? $5 billion went to Libya, actually.
Or how about gas prices. Did ABC tie the two together and explain how the Federal Reserve contributes to prices by way of debasing the dollar? There are many questions I’m sure weren’t asked in this interview. The American people deserve real questions regarding real problems.
If ABC is in the business of delivering news, then what exactly is it producing? Ben Bernanke has lost complete control of monetary policy in the United States. There isn’t a magic bullet. The situation is day-to-day. That’s where we stand on everything.
The desire to have limited government in our lives shouldn’t be a conservative issue, but an American one. In a video that has gone viral, Rick Santorum quips to a journalist: “Vote for Ron Paul if you want limited government.” This is a damaging admission by Santorum. If you are the “conservative choice,” why endorse another candidate?
So what exactly is Santorum offering? He’s just another fake.