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General / Re: Free Audiobook: "The Market for Liberty"
« on: December 27, 2007, 01:06:10 PM »
So far, aside from FreeKeene.com and freetalklive.com I have promoted this on the following forums:

NHFree, Free State Project, NH Tea Party, NH Liberty, NH Political Action

I have e-mailed Lew Rockwell, Gardner Goldsmith, Marc Stevens, and Stefan Molyneux.

Anyone got any ideas as to who/where I can promote this to?

If you're a member of any other liberty friendly forums/blogs, please consider pointing them to  http://book.FreeKeene.com   Thanks!

It's a long shot with a big payoff, but you could try the cable channel booktv.


The Polling Pit / Help me decide what sort of internet gateway to use
« on: December 11, 2007, 12:12:51 PM »
This will help me determine whether it's worth it to go with another party.
There is a lot of paypal hatred out there and I was wondering how many will be turned off if I use paypal's low rates.


Let's send cookies to Heroes who have exercised their right to not go to war. Those marked with an asterisk (*) are in legal jeopardy or are incarcerated. Remember, it's not desertion when they are not on active duty. I am sure the military would disagree, but that's how I see it.

If you want to participate, go to the website and try and track down a family member or address for them. Send them some brownies or something nice for their legal defense fund. Also, post who your going to send these things to so as to try to evenly distribute the love.

If you can't send cookies or some other item, at least send a letter.

I am taking
Staff Sergeant Camilo Mejia, U.S. Army

Jimmy Massey, Staff Sergeant, U.S. Marines

Stephen Funk
Jeremy Hinzman*   
Dan Felushko*         
Carl Webb                 
Wilfredo Torres
Diedra Cobb         
Perry O'Brien         
 Joel Klimkewicz         
Chas Davis               
Blake LeMoine
Joshua Despain   
Michael Blake         
 Jessica Faustner     
Neil Quentin Lucas* 
Kyle Snyder*
Suzanne Swift       
Chris Teske*           
Matt Lowell             
Tim Richard               
Robert Zabala
Christian Kjar*     
Camilo Mejia           
Brandon Hughey*   
Abdul Henderson     
Ghanim Khalil
Pablo Paredes     
Kevin Benderman   
Cliff Cornell*             
Eric Riley                   
Hart Viges
Ryan Johnson*     
Dale Bertell             
Katherine Jashinski 
Patrick Hart*             
Corey D. Martin
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Kimberly Rivera
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Michael Sudbury
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General / Re: What would you give for a flying car?
« on: December 07, 2007, 08:42:06 AM »
The appropriate market driven price. $100,000 dollars

I, the most important word in the English language.

The Polling Pit / Re: Sex on a first date.
« on: December 05, 2007, 12:28:56 AM »
I always know when I am going to have sex. I always 'force' women to get tested before I have sex with them. I also keep detailed records of my tests.

Very very afraid of STDs.

General / Re: Portable Nuclear Battery in the Development Stages
« on: November 27, 2007, 09:40:16 AM »

And there are a few problems with it's 'portability'. While it's possible the first generation will power small cities.

General / Re: Help Fight Law of the Sea Treaty
« on: November 17, 2007, 02:42:48 PM »
Think about it, the UN will have a tax. That means they will have money. Money to buy weapons and armies and the ability to invade and police the countries under it's jurisdiction, this is a really bad idea. Once that happens then it will setup a power structure in the UN and they will be asked to 'solve' the worlds problems. This parallels federalism in the United states. World wars will in fact become World Civil wars.

While there is no Guarantee that this would happen, there is some pretty heavy historical precedent starting with American Federalism.

General / Re: Free Thought Association Game
« on: October 02, 2007, 11:36:33 PM »

General / Re: I'm tired of repeating myself...
« on: September 16, 2007, 11:21:36 PM »
I for one look forward to reading all of this, thank you for representing your religion here on the forums. I hope you take comfort in knowing that by correcting peoples impressions of Islam, you are in fact doing more to promote freedom for your Religion then any other chatter we could have.

As for most of the Atheist/Bastards on the forums, I just want you to know that they don't represent my faith. I was raised an Atheist, and feel I know a lot more about it then they do. Some people read Books from the Respected Atheist Professor Richard Dawkins and they get extreme. Yes, it is true that some of them join forums and plot against nations solely based on their religion, but they don't represent mainstream Atheism and I will say, they don't understand the scientific texts that are the heart of my faith and have brought light to the world. :)

What on earth would the board do?
Would they have power to tell me that I am raising my child wrong? Or inform child services?
This sounds like bad news.

General / Re: What I do with those Ron Paul liberty cards.
« on: September 08, 2007, 07:31:11 PM »
They're allowing you to be on their property. If they say someone can put a flier on your car and you disagree with that, then you should probably get in your car and leave.

This is probably most correct, if you don't like how the Mall conducts business, by not protecting your car from solicitation then you should do business else where.

General / Re: Weapons for the Poor
« on: July 20, 2007, 06:05:04 PM »
As far as the comment, about the $130 shotguns that's good for self-defense, but what about places that allow Concealed Carry permits.

I would make it so that you have to own land in the community. Not because I want to discriminate against those that don't own land, but because those that do own houses, are less likely to commit crimes. Maybe you could have a points system. Like this one, then you could vary the points based on how much security you want.

Owns a house or business in the community - 4
No past history of crime - 3 (pretty much covered by the normal Gun purchase requirements)
7 references of Character - 4
Over 25 years of age - 2
Over 30 years of age - 4

Combine this with a strict policy on things like violent crime and I think it would be effective. My work, which takes care of the elderly, uses the 7 references policy to screen potential employees, I have to say it works well, all of my coworkers are responsible.

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