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“It is better to be violent, if there is violence in our hearts, than to be on the cloak of nonviolence to cover immaturity. Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony”
 – Mohandas Gandhi
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I might have to start liking soccer, if for no other reason than it makes Ann Coulter upset. ;-) 
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In The Parable of Uber: A Tale of State Inferiority, Liberty.me's Will Tippens argues that free-market lovers should support Uber and Lyft, the "machete-wielding innovators in a jungle of tangling bureaucracy and creeping state intervention." http://ow.ly/yxTf6
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I like Linux and open source software, therefore I am a threat. According to the NSA.
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That's all it means really.  You know how computers work, how to compile software, set up environments, and customize your security settings.

How Anti-NSA of us.
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What is it that makes #immigration illegal? In the 1850's, Americans lobbied to keep Eastern Slavs and Chinese men out of the country because their culture was radically different to the Western European culture. During WWI, it was Germans. During WWII, it was Japanese. During the Great Depression, it was those from poor countries. From that time forward, immigration was tied to naturalization and a quota system was created. (Prior to the Great Depression, individuals were free to come and go, own property, run businesses, and there was great benefit to Americans because of this) The War on Poverty provided government benefits to the poor, and the War on Drugs created a powerful lure with (dangerous) opportunities for wealth. These two Wars have been a powerful lure for individuals to ignore the immigration laws and game the system. How is this problem solved? Remove the lures and untie immigration from naturalization. There should be no limits on who can come here to live and work.
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That's right, because you believe they are all disease ridden filth.
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The Hobby Lobby ruling highlights the duplicity of the State. Employers/employees are not mandated to have contraceptives paid for, but must have health insurance to cover every other sniffle and script that jacks rates through the roof.

First, insurance should not be mandated by the State. It is a voluntary tool to reduce costs for certain procedures and meds. Second, contraceptives for women, and surgeries for men are elective when applied to stopping pregnacy and I should not be on the hook to cover the costs through my insurance premiums. These should be paid for by the individual.

If there was no coersive State mandating insurance to be used for all scripts and procedures, there would have been no need for today's Court decision.
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