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A Better Book Cover Design for Bush’s Autobiography?

The Washington Post had a giant version of the cover of Bush’s DECISION POINT in its Style section today. Bush is trying to look solemn but I suspect he is going to a baseball game. I think this photo – entitled “Bush Swings by Congress” – I took at a January 2007 antiwar DC demo […]

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More Fine Hell-Raising by San Diego Libertarians/Anarchists

Larry Ludlow and co-conspirators did some fine hell-raising on Election night. San Diego has a public hall where candidates gather and election results come in. Here is Larry’s summary of the action: W e had lots of fun poking holes in democracy. Here are some photos. One of the candidates, a bald, eye-patch wearing ex-Marine […]

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Biggest Weasel Winners of the 2010 Election??

Who is the biggest weasel amongst the newly elected politicians? Andrew Cuomo, the new governor of New York, always does well in weasel ratings. Richard Blumenthal, who lied all over Connecticut to make people think he had actually fought in the Vietnam war, is CONN’s new U.S. Senator. What other newcomers deserve weasel accolades? Unfortunately, […]

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Redundant????

from a photo posted on the Washington Post page for photos from the Jon Stewart rally on Saturday – photo by “consistentflatcher”

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De-Sacralizing Democracy to Save Liberty

from the Future of Freedom Foundation’s Freedom Daily (July issue) – posted online today – De-Sacralizing Democracy to Save Liberty by James Bovard In the 1770s, the British colonists living in America won their freedom from British rule thanks to the

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Abolish the Phony Privacy Board

Washington Times September 16, 2010 BOVARD: Abolish the Phony Privacy Board Panel was designed to rubber-stamp constitutional infringement by James Bovard President Obama has failed to make any appointments to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board. This board epitomizes the charades Washington has played since Sept, 11, 2001. Instead of stocking the board with […]

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