Tag: Liberty

  • 48 minutes of Vivek Ramaswamy at a CNN town hall should convince any republican to vote for him

    48 minutes of Vivek Ramaswamy at a CNN town hall should convince any republican to vote for him

    At a CNN town hall in Iowa, Vivek Ramaswamy makes the case for his candidacy for the President of the United States. If you’re a conservative or a libertarian, and you actually believe what you say you believe, there is no way you can listen to Ramaswamy and not cast your vote his way. He…

  • One of my favorite scenes from Yellowstone

    One of my favorite scenes from Yellowstone

    There is never enough of the good shows.

  • Neil Oliver and the fall of the Western World

    Neil Oliver and the fall of the Western World

    His segment is properly titled, “Western Madness”. We are witnessing the fall of the Western World. The West gave the world modern governments ruled by the people. Governments that were originally designed to protect personal liberty and property… the pillars of a free society. Oliver takes a walk through where we are today in 2021…

  • Fartaceuticals

    Fartaceuticals

    I’m in such a bad mood. I talk COVID, Ivermectin, the evil of what’s happening and how it should be criminal. Hopefully happier times next week. Get ready for a downer! Send sats!

  • COVID policies seek to kill off individualists

    COVID policies seek to kill off individualists

    Everything I’m about to type is going to sound batshit crazy to a lot of people. After a year and a half with the relentless push to control human behavior I’m fully convinced we’re not dealing with people of good intention. I honestly gave them the benefit of the doubt thinking they were just being…

  • Guess the country

    Guess the country

    Below is a text of a story where the name of the person and the place it happened have been changed. Can you guess what country this story is from? The first person charged under a national-security law was found guilty of inciting secession and terrorism Tuesday in a verdict that reaffirms new limits on speech in…