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

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Archive for January 18th, 2013

Claire Wolfe

Friday’s miscellaneous gun-stuff and laughing at the bastards post

Friday, January 18th, 2013

This is photoshopped. I repeat, this is PHOTOSHOPPED. But still … ain’t it grand?


I owe A.G. for the charming fantasy. And if you like that very striking Molon Labe graphic (by Big Fur Hat of I Own the World), you can get it on tee shirts and in other flavors around the ‘Net.

(NFI on my part. However, if you want me to have some FI, my Amazon links can take you to scads of molon labe clothing, molon labe decals, patches, bumper stickers, and books, and even a molon labe ejection port cover for your AR15. So go ahead. Give me a financial interest if you’re so inclined; Amazon sales have gone off a cliff since Christmas.)


Unconfirmed word is that the lovely troublemakers of Anonymous are staunchly pro-gun — as rebels and insurrectionists are usually smart enough to be. (H/T J.)


Very moving. From JPFO and an anonymous author (via O): Lessons to be learned from the massacre at Wounded Knee. Let’s not forget that the U.S. government hunted down and slaughtered nearly 300 men, women, and children in the name of “gun control” (among other equally repulsive causes). The 300 were members of an unregarded minority, so for nearly a century the story of the fedgov’s “heroism” was allowed to stand unchallenged.

The federal government has become more ruthless since then.

Never again.


Finally, a connection of John Noveske’s is hoping to dispel the Alex-Jonesy rumors that the government killed the gunmaker. Also he’d like to end the equally harmful rumors that Noveske left a million bucks behind so his family doesn’t need help. Noveske left pocket lint and a now-weakened business and his family does need help. Memorial fund here.

I know this person and believe the explanation he offered. Apparently there’s a lot that the family just would rather not discuss, but you can get a picture of how John Noveske lived and how he may have died by this pricelss video starring women of his office staff. This was not a guy who spent his life poking along in the slow lane.

And since the iframe video code is going to disappear again (it did; fixed now), here’s the direct YouTube link. You really need to see this — especially you guys.

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