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#1 According to U.S. Senator Rand Paul, 85 percent of all government activities are actually being funded during this “government shutdown”.
#2 Approximately 1,350,000 ”essential” federal employees will continue to work during this “government shutdown”.
#3 Overall, 63 percent of the federal workforce will continue to work during this “government shutdown”.
2 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2013/10/07/ud-govt-shutdown-enters-2nd-week-no-end-sight.html
Screenshots are absolutely beautiful. Very impressive. Looking forward to this game.
7 months, 3 weeks ago on EXCLUSIVE: Video Interview with Chris Jones of Big Finish Games
This reminds me of a funny item at the Onion called:
I'm Prepared To Do Anything To Get That Cupcake
7 months, 4 weeks ago on Nullification and Pie – Tenth Amendment Center
@bluff bunny This is an excellent example of why we need to just eliminate the federal government completely. First of all, we don't need it. Maybe it provided a useful function when the colonies were weak, but not any more. Now it is just a source of tyranny. And without it, the states couldn't become tyrannical because as soon as a state tries to take away your guns, other states will steal those citizens away.
8 months, 4 weeks ago on Don’t Comply. Nullify!
The way to give more backbone to the states is to get more libertarians elected. Ron Paul showed the way when he ran for president. His supporters have taken control of many state republican parties because of his efforts. Hopefully this will grow and all the states will have majority libertarian legislatures and governors soon. Then let freedom ring!
9 months ago on Don’t Comply. Nullify!
@WilliamSchooler Very inspirational post. Bravo.
10 months ago on Words Don’t Matter, Actions Do
Using WW1 and NASA an example of pride in the US is misguided.
The Crime Called World War I
NASA: Exemplary of Government Waste
When the people of the US finally win their freedom, they will have Michael Boldin and Ron Paul to thank. They will thank Ron Paul because it was he who knew that the way to win against federal tyranny was to take control of the states, and they will thank Michael Boldin because it was he who knew what to do after Ron Pauls libertarians took over, nullification.
Why does he say he can't undo this unconstitutional federal law? Doesn't he know about nullification?
1 year, 10 months ago on NDAA Nullification Passes Virginia House 96-4