The Unbearable Whiteness of Being by Bill Buppert

  Publisher’s Note: Close the schools, every one of them. There is an opportunity here as some of the laziest people in human history, teachers in K-PhD, demand and clamor to retain their salary and benefits which have always been far more generous than they should thanks to unions and tenure for teachers and professors

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Police Academy: The Totalitarian Trail of Tears by Bill Buppert

“The fall of moral civilization has always been brought about by those who were “just doing their jobs”.” ― Jeremy Grantham Publisher’s Note:  Welcome to the new and improved ZeroGov. Protected for now from the vagaries and barbaric sensibilities of the Robespierres of the Silicon Slavers.  A few thoughts. The fate of statuary in America

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The Unmasking by Bill Buppert

  “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― Buckminster Fuller “Better to die fighting for freedom then be a prisoner all the days of your life.” ― Bob Marley   Publisher’s Note: Think you have the stones to rebel,

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The Peking Pox and the End of America by Bill Buppert

      “In any bureaucracy, the people devoted to the benefit of the bureaucracy itself always get in control, and those dedicated to the goals the bureaucracy is supposed to accomplish have less and less influence, and sometimes are eliminated entirely…. In any bureaucratic organization there will be two kinds of people: those who

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Lysenko Lives! The Corona Cargo Cult by Bill Buppert

  Publisher’s Note: The Peter Principle informs all government action, prove me wrong. What you are witnessing live before your very eyes is a culmination of decades of government supremacist indoctrination that has rendered common sense obsolete, economic illiteracy fashionable and haute couture and the expert culture on display in all its fabulist glory. Fuck

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Tanks But No Tanks by Bill Buppert

    The police in Egypt maimed and killed hundreds if not thousands and we will never know the true toll. Armored cars, tanks and all sorts of equipment normally reserved for warfare were used against the civilian population. This is the ultimate mission of all police forces, they are not beholden nor obligated to

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Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes by Chris Dates

“My political opinions lean more and more to Anarchy(philosophically understood, meaning abolition of control not whiskered men with bombs). The most improper job of any man is bossing other men. Not one in a million is fit for it, and least of all who seek the opportunity.” – J.R.R Tolkien Amidst all of the race-pimping,

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Truth and Collectivism by Bill Buppert

It may be a tired saw that politicians lie but the truth to the notion bears examination.  The libertarian enterprise outside of the Libertarian Party apparatus is essentially a non-political undertaking. It is trying to tease out and liquidate the political form of organizing societies. The freed market, spontaneous order and voluntary nature of the

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Guest Post: Pulling Out the Big Guns Against Gun Control! by Steve Korenek

Pulling out the Big Guns Against Gun Control! The International Micro-Managers of the world (whoever they are) know one thing and know it well. Gun Control is people control; and social engineering of diabolical proportions. The Rothschild money master once mused that the early British Empire on which the sun never set was indeed controlled

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The Constitution and Strategic Deficit Disorder by Bill Buppert

Does the US Constitution affect the design, application, and review of effective strategy? The Constitution grants monopoly power to the central state to use both the military and militias.  This means that even state National Guards are essentially creatures of the Federal government. In Article 1:8: “To define and punish Piracies and Felonies committed on

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The Fourth Strike of the Match by Bill Buppert

“Dad, how did America die?” “The actual murder of the idea of freedom and liberty in America was dealt its greatest blow on 19 April 2013 in Boston.  It lasted 238 years but the cracks and fissures that would destroy the country started to become apparent shortly after the Constitution was ratified in 1791. The

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Village Praxis: Levels Of Medical Kit by Keegan Buppert

I am honored to present a guest post from my 15 year old homeschooled son, Keegan, who will be elucidating the varieties and levels of immediate first aid kits to increase prep proficiency for the coming bad times. -BB  Put yourself in this scenario. Two people have a head-on vehicle collision and the people are

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The Helots Applaud by Bill Buppert

The Boston events of 19 April 2013 would leave any sane person incredulous.  On this same day in 1775, residents of Massachusetts massed to fight and repel uniformed soldier intent on enforcing weapons disarmament provisions issued by the government.  On the same day in 2013, two suspects conducted a horrific bombing of innocents at the

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Popcorn Sutton: Whiskey Rebel by John Meyers

  “Jesus turned water into wine, I turned it into damn likker” – Popcorn Sutton Appalachia’s history is largely comprised of tales of resistance of one form or another.  The poster child of Appalachia’s rebellion against unjust authority has always been the Moonshiner, the maker of non-government approved distilled spirits. These spirits were commonly referred

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Profiles in Resistance: The Calculus of Defiance by Joshua Van Buskirk

Publisher’s Note: Joshua is a former student of mine and I am honored that he is inaugurating our new series, Profiles in Resistance, with a real firecracker of an opening salvo.  Every new millenium is filled with hope of changing the eternal dynamic and ratcheting back the factors in human slavery.  Many suggest this may

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Sovereign What? by Bill Buppert

“He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.” – Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche One of my favorite internet commentators, ZenPundit, was recently talking about the religiosity and the secular nature of the American sovereignty movement,

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