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Living Freedom by Claire Wolfe. Musings about personal freedom and finding it within ourselves.

Want to Comment on a blog post? Look for and click on the blue No Comments or # Comments at the end of each post.



Wednesday, January 9th, 2013 by Claire | Comments Off

STICKIED. Scroll down for newer posts.

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Tuesday links

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 by Claire | 5 Comments »
  • So … some uninsured Californians get covered under Obamacare. Whoopee. Months later they’re desperately banging on the doors of free clinics for the uninsured because they can’t get doctors to see them. (How many of us kept shouting, “It’s not about ‘coverage.’ It’s about access to actual care!”)
  • Wanna see the impact of state sales taxes on business? Check out Amazon’s numbers. (Well, that may help explain why after a strong start to the year, my personal Amazon links are producing spit and bubble gum this month.)
  • Could low blood sugar be wrecking your marriage?
  • So this is what the ultimate mainstream ‘zine thinks of the Cliven Bundy standoff. Not a word about federal overkill. Not a word about needlessly slaughtered animals. Not a word about why the BLM operates paramilitary forces. Just that the fedgov had better crack down harder lest the peasants (We the Picts) get even more uppity. Yeah, thank you King George III for your advice.
  • “Through a Google Glass, Darkly.” A tech skeptic beta tests the infamous snoop device.

Monday links

Monday, April 21st, 2014 by Claire | 21 Comments »
  • Alas, one (normally) educated community didn’t get its Eastertime passion play this year. Because some gov-o-crat thought a passion play was a sex show.
  • But keeping everything equal, religious folks apparently dished out some maltreatment of their own.
  • Today’s good news. Cop tries to shoot harmless dog. Shoots self instead. (As you can imagine several people sent links to this.)
  • Anybody seen a Leveraxe? Now, that looks like one cool tool, if it works as advertised. Funny how even a tool nearly as old as civilization can get a major makeover when the moment’s right. Unfortunately the Leveraxe isn’t on Amazon yet. But keep your eyes peeled.
  • The dumbization and wimpization of American government schooling goes on unhindered. Don’t even think of taking your Leveraxe — or even a wrench! — to school. (H/T H.)

BLM fatal animal abuse at the Bundy Ranch

Monday, April 21st, 2014 by Claire | 7 Comments »

I don’t have solid proof that that these stomach-turning photos are the work of those guardians of the range, the BLM.

But they are consistent with other evidence and claims coming from the scene.

Don’t click those links, especially the first one, if you’ve just eaten or if you have a particularly soft heart for animals.

(H/T CB)

Blooming dishonesty

Sunday, April 20th, 2014 by Claire | 11 Comments »

Over at JPFO, I write about that just-plain, aw-shucks, down-home, good-ole sh*t-kickin’ member of the grassroots, Michael Bloomberg. And how the latest fraudulent “grassroots group” joins a long and ignoble tradition.

More billionaire bux — down the tubes!

You don’t poke a wolverine …

Sunday, April 20th, 2014 by Claire | 9 Comments »

Mike Vanderboegh’s Patriots Day speech at the Bundy Ranch.

Sheriff Mack and other itty-bitty observations on human nature

Saturday, April 19th, 2014 by Claire | 25 Comments »

A ramble through human nature …

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Mack. Smack that man. He had to have known — had to from all his years of experience — that this stupid and apparently completely untrue blat would not only be picked up by every enemy of freedom, but that it would be remembered, and exaggerated, for the next 20 years. (“Oh yeah, the Bundy Ranch militia people. They were the ones who used women and babies as human shields …”)

Whatever possessed him?

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A few little things

Friday, April 18th, 2014 by Claire | 15 Comments »

I apologize for being so busy and frazzly this week that my blogitude has been neglectful. Been thinking about y’all (and about a possible post on the strange twists and turns of human nature).

Deadlining today, so here are a few quick bits to keep you busy:

Oath Keepers is calling for aid at the Bundy Ranch. I’m glad Stewart, Elias, and crew are on the scene. So is Mike Vanderboegh. Oath Keepers and Threepers. You can help without having to take your own body to Nevada.

JPFO is now offering extremely cool “Izula” knives from ESEE. ESEE donated 100 of them. Just went up for sale yesterday and are already a popular item.

And don’t forget the highly attitudinal “Gun Control is Not Kosher” AR raffle.

Speaking of Nevada, I thought this was funny:

BundyFunny

Stolen from Random Nuclear Strikes, who probably stole it from somebody else first. Ain’t the Tubz wunnerful?

Midweek links

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 by Claire | 10 Comments »
  • I’ve been trying to find out how many New Yorkers dutifully lined up by yesterday’s deadline to get their yellow Star of David badges “assault weapon” registration forms. New York officials aren’t telling. Unofficial estimates are interesting.
  • In Seattle (where cops have been under federal scrutiny for being such brutes), apparently police aren’t the only badge-wearing thugs.
  • My apologies to LarryA for not linking this the other day, but it’s a good one even if I’m late with it. “Women’s intuition” and concealed carry meet a very surprised robber.
  • One more reason to exercise no matter how old you are: healthier skin.
  • No, it’s definitely not over at the Bundy Ranch. But the watchers remain ready.
  • Man, poor Mark Witaschek can’t catch a break. Just keep repeating to yourself, “This is the freest nation on earth, this is the freest nation on earth, this is …”
 
 


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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