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Are We a Nation of Wimps?

Who are the "wimps"? Those neocons who want everyone else but them to go fight. Those who demand that the state take care of them rather than to take responsibility for themselves. Watch Ron Paul's special address on our troubled society. Read the text of his speech here: http://tinyurl.com/jwrlhz8.

About Revolutions

The Merriam Webster's 2000 Collegiate Dictionary defines revolution as:

a: a sudden, radical, or complete change; b: a fundamental change in political organization; especially: the overthrow or renunciation of one government or ruler and the substitution of another by the governed; c: activity or movement designed to effect fundamental changes in the socioeconomic situation; d: a fundamental change in the way of thinking about or visualizing something: a change of paradigm <the Copernican revolution>; e: a changeover in use or preference especially in technology <the computer revolution> <the foreign car revolution>.

Revolution Now! examines, explores, discusses, plans, educates, and seeks to establish the frameworks and social foundations that lie at the heart of every revolution.

Without revolutions our world would not be what it is today. There is both Light and Dark, Good and Evil, Right and Wrong in this world, and the same may be said of each and every revolution that has ever taken place. There are no simple or universally correct solutions to modern problems facing the American people and the peoples of the world.

The American Nobility

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/20/2015 - 19:06

By Brent Johnson

In pre-Revolutionary England there were two distinct classes of people: nobles and commoners.

The nobles - earls, barons, princes, regents, etc. - comprised the aristocracy. These were the people who made the laws, administered the government, held positions in the Houses of Parliament or Royal Court, etc. The nobility were the only people allowed to own land. They were an elite class of people who were afforded special privileges and immunities.

Federal judge says DC gun carry law is unconstitutional

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/20/2015 - 18:47

WASHINGTON (PNN) - May 19, 2015 - A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction saying the District of Columbia’s new concealed carry law is unconstitutional.

The order, issued Monday by Judge Frederick J. Scullin, was the second decision in less than a year declaring the Washington, D.C., gun carry laws to be unconstitutional. In October of 2014, the same judge ruled that the district’s complete ban on gun carry was also in violation of the Constitution.

Unconstitutional Wyoming law bans citizens from science and free speech

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/20/2015 - 18:45

CHEYENNE, Wyoming (PNN) - May 19, 2015 - A new law in Wyoming that bans citizens from science and free speech has caused a number of concerns. Critics of the law say that it is an attempt to cover up Wyoming’s toxic waterways, a consequence of wide scale cattle ranching. Others suggest that the law is also intended to divert amateur scientists from raising alarm about the pending eruption of Yellowstone, which scientists have long warned would be catastrophic for much of the country.

Thousands rally against FPSA military base in Okinawa

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/20/2015 - 18:43

TOKYO, Japan (PNN) - May 17, 2015 - Thousands of people rallied in Okinawa in southern Japan on Sunday in protest against a controversial Fascist Police States of Amerika airbase on the island, as a two-decade-old bitter conflict over the relocation of the site continues.

What people who worked on Google Glass think of Microsoft's crazy new holographic computer

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/20/2015 - 18:40

REDMOND, Washington (PNN) - May 9, 2015 - At the end of April, Microsoft wowed developers and the media with yet another demo of its new HoloLens headset.

The HoloLens is essentially a computer you wear on your face. But instead of interacting through a keyboard, mouse, or touchscreen, the HoloLens projects 3-D images in front of you that you can reach out and touch. Based on the demos we've seen so far, it looks really cool.

Requiem for a Free Republic

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/13/2015 - 18:15

by Brent Johnson

I weep for what once was; for the vaunted achievements of intelligent and passionate men; for the blood shed and sacrifices made by those committed to the principles of freedom and self-determination; for the broken dreams of countless generations. I weep for the hope of a free country. I weep for America.

The right to bear virtual arms

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/13/2015 - 18:14

WASHINGTON (PNN) - May 11, 2015 - When is a gun not just a gun? When it's also constitutionally protected free speech.

That is the legal argument being made by Cody Wilson, a Texas man who gained attention two years ago by posting what are believed to be the world's first online instructions for how to build a 3-D printable gun. Wilson's files for what he called the Liberator, a single-shot pistol mostly made of plastic, were partly a statement about freedom in the digital age and partly a provocation - and provoke they did.

Russell Brand back on the Revolution bandwagon

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/13/2015 - 18:11

LONDON, England (PNN) - May 10, 2015 - He's the self-styled revolutionary who backed Ed Miliband at the election and advocates the overthrow of "corporate tyranny".

Rand Paul promises to take NSA all the way to the Supreme Court and win

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/13/2015 - 18:10

WASHINGTON (PNN) - May 7, 2015 - Senator Rand Paul (Kent.) is celebrating the news that a federal appeals court rejected illegitimate dictator President Barack Obama’s National Security Agency (NSA) data collection program on Thursday. Paul says he can’t wait for the Supreme Court to eventually rule it unconstitutional.

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