Sue Lowden's counterattack against Mark Hutchison (April 23, 2014)
Sue Lowden has came under attack for having once upon a time donated to Harry Reid. In this piece, I articulate the counterattack against Mark Hutchison. I think Sue Lowden did good to point out Mark Hutchison wants women to be raped on college campuses. Really, it's time to change the terms of the debates we have with, objectively, petty tyrants. Mark Hutchison is anti-Second Amendment, he's a Nazi who wants people to be raped and murdered.
Accolades to Senator Dean Heller (April 21, 2014)
For standing up to Harry Reid. If the program goes on unabated the people running the federal government in Washington are going to make Hitler look like a choir boy. Heller seems to be somewhat better than Joe Heck who's a complete criminal. I don't think people understand what we're up against. I've experienced first hand and it's why writing what I write in this piece took a lot of courage. The government will call reasoned, logical thinking, the speaking of truth, mental illness. I've dealt with that. The government might even get things wrong and lie about you and never correct it. I've dealt with that, too. I almost destroyed myself. But it's by the grace of God I sit here and am able to stand for truth and justice.
Congressman John Boehner is delusional on the VA Accountability Act (April 20, 2014)
Congressman John Boehner is delusional on the VA Accountability Act. It rests on the fallacy that by firing and hiring the right people that will make the government more efficient. In order to accomplish that task firing authority is centralized in Washington. I strongly disagree with the idea of scapegoating VA employees for the inefficiency of a government program.
Why does Congressman Joe Heck love terrorism? (April 19, 2014)
So far Congressman Joe Heck has not co-sponsored House Resolution 428. It's self-evident to me Joe Heck is a lover of false flag terror attacks. Why is it the government seems incapable of solving 9/11? And I will press on and make it against all odds. Let me say that I write about political figures not near me at the present time for a reason. Not because I hate people but because of the way I fell apart and I don't mean anybody ill will. Also, my thinking is I shouldn't be the one to call out the President or Harry Reid since I'm not in Congress. That's up to Joe Heck, who does need to be replaced. So I get on Joe Heck's case.
Here's what Judge Andrew Napolitano would say to Congressman Joe Heck (April 18, 2014)
Here's what Judge Andrew Napolitano would say to Congressman Joe Heck about the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui. Why does it seem the government is incapable of solving 9/11? Stay tuned for more posts in the future showing how we've been lied to about 9/11. Also, it's quite possible that while the alleged 9/11 hijackers were patsies that at least some of them did wish to harm the United States in some way. People who really wished harm on the U.S. could have been chosen to use as patsies for the 9/11 attack.
Congressman John Boehner's delusions (April 17, 2014)
He's totally delusional on how to fix the VA. I also call on the government to find a good position for my former primary doctor, and I use this opportunity to let everybody at the VA know how much I love people including them. I oppose people like John Boehner for trying to scapegoat the average VA employee. If anybody needs to be fired it's John Boehner. It feels so horrible to have to sit here being unable to do anything to stop the VA Accountability Act. The argument for it rests on the fallacy that with the right personnel government will become efficient.
Why the Libertarian Party should unseat Congressman Joe Heck (April 16, 2014)
In this piece I explain how the Libertarian Party maximizes its effectiveness at the federal level by working to unseat Republican incumbents like Joe Heck. It's time to make clear we won't sit by while Republicans steal our votes.
Mark served honorably for four years on active duty in the Marine Corps infantry. He received the Good Conduct Medal on his three year mark. He was a Libertarian endorsed candidate for a municipal office in 2002. He re-enlisted in the ARNG in 2006 because he was depressed/at times SI without the military and was honorably discharged. He stood on principle refusing to take anything from the taxpayer to go to school. He started Veterans for Ron Paul in 2007 (contrary to the claims somebody else started it). He has held the NFA Series 3 license (futures and futures options broker) which he did a voluntary withdrawal on because he couldn't in good conscience sell managed futures since firms would do better to hire an in-house trader to trade a proprietary account with a discount broker, which he outlined in his well-written withdrawal request. Since the year 2000, he has spent much of his free time reading the great minds of the Austrian School of economics, such as Murray Rothbard, Henry Hazlitt, Ludwig von Mises, et al.