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Mike Blessing
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People — pardon me, journalists and politicians — have often accused me of believing that I’m above the law. And yet, who isn’t? Everywhere you prod it, even with the shortest stick, the established system isn’t simply corrupt, it’s unequivocally…

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Subject: Is there a FPUSA?Local Time: November 12, 2017 6:36 PMUTC Time: November 13, 2017 1:36 AMFrom: Mike BlessingTo: feedback@freedomparty.org To Whom It May Concern: Does FPI[1] have currently any affiliate(s) in the United States? Mike…

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Last night (Thursday, 16 November 2017), I attended Adam Kokesh’s TaxationIsTheft — Albuquerque event at Cervantes Restaurant and Lounge (5801 Gibson SE) in Albuquerque, where he spelled out his campaign for “Not President” for 2020. Also attending were…

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People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people. FOR FURTHER REFERENCE DC Comics, Vertigo Comics — V for Vendetta by Alan Moore, David Lloyd, et al. Warner Bros. — V for Vendetta

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From the The Los Alamos Monitor — New Mexico Supreme Court ousts Aztec magistrate from office SANTA FE (AP) — The New Mexico Supreme Court has removed Aztec Magistrate Court Judge Connie Johnston from office for misconduct that a state commission said…

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Recently, Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown (D-KKKalifornia) signed a bill making it no longer a felony to knowingly infect someone with HIV [1]. Whatever happened to government being the defender of our lives, liberties, properties and pursuits of…

And end corporate welfare, too -- end the Export-Import Bank, agricultural subsidies, no more tax-funded sports stadiums, no more bailouts for politically-connected companies deemed "too big to fail," etc., etc., etc.

Defense procurement should also be streamlined, if we're going to have the public sector involved in defending us and our neighbors. No more micro-managed development programs like the F-35, the Crusader SPG and such. Put out the technical specifications and requirements of what's needed, and have potential vendors bring ready-for-testing products to the table for evaluation.

And if you absolutely, positively have to smoke pot, shoot up with heroin, pop a few oxy pills, snort coke or meth, have a beer or shot of whisky before your shift, here's a hint -- find an employer who's OK with that.

-- MWB

Paradoxically, while many Americans have no job, we're simultaneously facing a labor shortage.

Today, many industries have difficulty finding employees who can meet the bare minimum requirements of work. No, not a degree or diploma. Just the ability to show up at all. Or to be free of intoxicants.

Those working in industries ranging from retail to healthcare have issues with no-shows employees. In many states, businesses can't find people who can pass a drug test!

https://nytimes.com/2016/05/18/business/hiring-hurdle-finding-workers-who-can-pass-a-drug-test.html

This is a direct consequence of entitlement culture. The culture that says "You need to pay for my kid", "You need to pay for me to study a hobby in college", "You need to fund grants that allow me to pursue my hobby," etc., is exactly the culture that says, "I prefer getting high to working. I'll work if I want to, and as high as I like."

And a person has that right. You have the right to choose weed over work. But you don't have the right to force people to then pay for your food and medicine when you predictably have no way to support yourself.

Ending entitlement culture starts with ending entitlements. People have the right to destroy their own lives; they don't have the right to force others to shoulder the burdens of their counterproductive decisions.

Let laziness, entitlement, and bad decisionmaking be their own punishments, and to serve as examples to future generations. If elected, I will sponsor legislation to end all welfare, end all federal research and arts grants, fire as many federal "workers" as possible, end all federal tuition assistance, and eliminate all federal support of entitlement culture. Let's embrace a culture in which hard work and responsibility are rewarded, and laziness and bad decisionmaking are no longer rewarded.

Arvin Vohra For U.S. Senate
https://facebook.com/arvin.vohra.9/posts/1677177815647038
https://facebook.com/groups/VohraLiberty/

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It seems like we’re on a roll here with Clear the Bench New Mexico — already we’ve found a second judge in hot water. This story comes to us from the Carlsbad Current-Argus. It seems that Eddy County Magistrate Court Judge Henry Castaneda was playing on…
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