Archive for August, 2010

Government wants your ammo

August 30, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
Government wants your ammo

The Environmental Protection Agency is looking into a possible ban on the ammunition that most people use: lead bullets. They are presently considering a petition by the Center for Biological Diversity to outlaw the use of lead in all bullets, shot, and fishing sinkers. Since 90% of bullets purchased in the US are made...

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ACLU objects to “enhanced pat-down”

August 30, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
ACLU objects to “enhanced pat-down”

The ACLU is objecting to the new “enhanced pat-down procedure” being applied by the Transportation Security Administration. This is the new term for what is done to passengers who refuse to be irradiated and undressed by the so-called “naked body scanners” now appearing in airports. Fliers going through airports in Boston and Las Vegas...

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Your home is the state’s fishbowl

August 30, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
Your home is the state’s fishbowl

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the government may, without a warrant and without your knowledge, plant a tracking device on your car as it sits in your driveway and then use it to survey you indefinitely from that point onward. As Time Magazine reports, the court found no reasonable expectation...

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Morgan Stanley: Global default inevitable

August 30, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
Morgan Stanley: Global default inevitable

Arnaud Mares, an executive director in the London office of Morgan Stanley, has written a report projecting the inevitable default on sovereign debt on a global scale. He said: “Governments will impose a loss on some of their stakeholders. The question is not whether they will renege on their promises, but rather upon which...

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S & P to US: Nice credit rating. I’d hate to see anything happen to it

August 30, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
S & P to US: Nice credit rating. I’d hate to see anything happen to it

The USA’s credit rating is once again being threatened publicly, this time by the credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s. In an interview with Dow Jones newswire, published August 26th, David Beers, global head of S & P’s sovereign ratings, warned the US Congress that they had better do everything suggested to them by...

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Invisible Hand Episode 23: Interview with Ernest Hancock

August 30, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
Invisible Hand Episode 23: Interview with Ernest Hancock

Download Podcast This episode of The Invisible Hand features my recent interview with Ernest Hancock, a seasoned libertarian activist based in Arizona, and host of the show Declare Your Independence on the Liberty Radio Network every weekday from 4pm-7pm CT. Among his many accomplishments, Hancock is responsible for designing the Ron Paul Revolution logo,...

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US Army in Europe patch: a violation of “don’t ask, don’t tell”?

August 28, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
US Army in Europe patch: a violation of “don’t ask, don’t tell”?

OK, so we’ve got a rainbow and a flaming sword with pink flames. I’m all for gays in the military, but I don’t think it’s fair for the heterosexual troops to have to wear something this fruity. Lest you think the pink hue of the flames is an anomaly, here are some variations. US...

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Invisible Hand Episode 22: William H. Kennedy on Jackie Gleason

August 25, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
Invisible Hand Episode 22: William H. Kennedy on Jackie Gleason

Download Podcast This episode of The Invisible Hand I bring you the second installment of “Money Grows on the Tree of Knowledge” (see Part 1), and interview William H. Kennedy about his new audio book, The Occult World of Jackie Gleason. To learn more about alchemy and economics, buy the book Money Grows on...

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Money Grows on the Tree of Knowledge Part II

August 25, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
Money Grows on the Tree of Knowledge Part II

In my previous essay I explained the dollar sign and its association with the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil in the Garden of Eden. I showed that it was another form of the caduceus, the magical wand crawling with serpents that the Greek Hermes and the Roman Mercury used to transform reality....

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UN tells people to eat bugs

August 13, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
UN tells people to eat bugs

According to the Daily Mail, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization is telling people to eat bugs in order to cut their consumption of meat. The group has issued a report stating that cows and pigs take too many resources to rear and have too much of an impact on the environment. Instead, they...

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Peasants riot in Atlanta for Section 8

August 13, 2010
By Tracy R Twyman
Peasants riot in Atlanta for Section 8

The peasants are revolting! At least that’s what it seemed like Wednesday morning when a crowd of 8000-10,000 gathered at the Tri-Cities Plaza in Atlanta, Georgia, and fights broke out. They were all there to apply for Section 8 vouchers. The crowd had been amassing since Monday, and at a certain point, the police...

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