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#MysteriousAmerica ...18th century style.
On July 4th, 1776, Thomas Jefferson had a lot on his mind. At 33, he was the youngest Virginia delegate at the Second Continental Congress. The War of...
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If a 16 year old boy has sex with his attractive 20-something teacher, that teacher gets thrown in jail. If that same 16-year old boy is thrown into prison, the state is happy to watch him be repeatedly raped.

This country is evil, Evil, EVIL. There is nothing about it worth celebrating.
 
Did you know there are currently over 6,000 children throughout 'the Land of the Free' currently being held in prison facilities for adults. 

This Report & Video are truly alarming: http://bit.ly/1GUcigl
Their stories are what horror films are made of; 6,000 children across the US are housed in Adult Prison and kept in general population.
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This is the kind of person power attracts and party affiliation has nothing to do with it.

http://www.breitbart.com/california/2015/07/02/gun-control-politician-pleads-guilty-to-gun-related-charges/
Leland Yee may Roll on More Democrats in Guilty Plea
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The court papers that were filed are interesting as they detail the connections between chinese gangs in San Francisco to crime gangs back in China.
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Is there any sort of scum more dishonorable than the police?

51-year-old father of four, Rafael Laureano, was killed by a round fired by police who had asked him to break through the door of a friend’s home because she was being assaulted by an ex-boyfriend, a lawsuit, filed in Brooklyn Supreme Court, says.
 
A New York family is suing the NYPD over a September, 2014 incident involving a bodybuilder who was shot by police after they requested he break down a door. 51-year-old a father of four, Rafael Laureano, was killed by a round fired by police who had asked him to break through the door of a ...
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If a man suffering from PTSD who fought for his country wants to grow and consume marijuana to help himself cope with his injuries, his country should let him.
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Don't confess to a crime you didn't commit. If they had enough evidence to convict you, they wouldn't need a confession.

#Police #Injustice #Rights #WrongfullyImprisoned #WrongfullyAccused #Disseminate
He was locked up for almost three decades for crimes he did not commit. But now a Virginia man is finally free after DNA tests exonerated him completely. Virginia
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Small businesses that reimburse employees for the cost of premiums for individual health insurance policies or pay their health costs directly will be fined up to $36,500 a year per employee under a new Internal Revenue Service regulation that takes effect July 1, 2015. According to the notice, an employer arrangement [...]
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The IRS is Obama's dagger.
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I certainly hope George Takei can tell us what to think!
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I saw the mom and her two little kids camped out in the shopping center parking lot. She held a sign asking for help to feed them. I bought some oranges and bananas for them.

Imagine if someone from the government had swooped in to explain that my bag of fruit was hardly sufficient to feed the struggling family. What if the government then passed a law saying that if anybody decided to donate food (or cash) to people begging on the street or in a parking lot, the contribution had to be worth at least $15? Anybody caught giving, say, a $1 bill or a small bag of fruit would be fined heavily. Does that sound like “pro-homeless” legislation?
 
Millions of people have trouble earning a living. Isn't it perverse to burden those who are doing the most to alleviate the problem?
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The more a government arms itself to the teeth to deal with their own people, the more important it is for the people to be armed as well to deter government violence.
Deploying electroshock to entire groups of people shows a blatant lack of concern for innocent casualties. But what else would you expect from government?

#police #technology #militarization #government #Disseminate
As civil unrest increases in the wake of police violence, so increases the need of the state to 'shut them up'
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Except, he was born in worse times than he died, so why was he lying?
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The tragedy of Europe has socialism at its core. Europe has flirted with socialism since the late nineteenth century. Nineteenth century Bismarckian socialism produced two world wars. Leninist socialism slaughtered and enslaved hundreds of millions until it collapsed, mercifully without a third world war. Yet, not to be deterred, in the ashes of World War II, Europe’s socialists embarked on a new socialist dream. If socialism fails in one country, perhaps it will succeed if all of Europe joined a supra-national socialist organization. Oh, they don't call what has evolved from this dream “socialism,” but it is socialism nonetheless.
Greece cannot pay its debts ... ever. Nor can several other members of the European Union. That’s why Europe’s elite are loath to place Greece in default. If Greece is allowed to abrogate its debts, why should any of the other debtor members of the EU pay up?
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I love writing fiction as well as the finer aspects of world building. I am currently working a fictional shared universe for superhero and action/adventure stories called Ascension Epoch. So far, I have published four book set in this universe:

I am also interested in liberty based on a concept of natural rights and simple respect for human dignity, disgusted by the collapse of western civilization into tyranny, bankruptcy (moral as well as financial), and degeneracy. I am a pro-family, pro-life, Catholic, free market anarchist who knows a lot of things are very, very wrong and feels frustrated at knowing that I can do little to fix them immediately.

If you are adding me to your circles and you want me to add you back even though we have never spoken before, please send me a message and at the very least tell me what circles I should put you in.
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  • University of Pittsburgh
    Information Science, 2001 - 2005