With Government Roads, the Customer Is Always Wrong|
From the moment automobiles became commonplace in society, people have been dying in them at astonishing rates. Tragically, over the last century almost 4 million people (around 35,000 per year) lost their lives on U.S. roadways alone, with India, China, and Russia averaging almost 300,000 per year combined.
The Iranian Threat That Never Was|
I love how the media/government cycle from one "imminent" threat to another and the idiot public goes along with it none the wiser. - Chris
Kennedy's "Weakness" During The Cuban Missile Crisis Saved Our Lives|
The neocons want to start a thermonuclear war because Putin is making Obama "look weak."
Where's their nerve? Today's comics mock poop, not the powerful|
Superb article. The absolute worst comedy movie in modern times has to be "Grandma's Boy," a film in which every joke revolves around laughing at the socially-awkward and disenfranchised. It's the exact opposite of a movie like "Revenge of the Nerds." - Chris
The State is a Parasite on Society|
Sounds like Paul Joseph Watson has made the leap to Ancap! There is simply no denying the logical consistency!