Tag Archives: assassination

Starchild: Proposed resolution of Libertarian support for Julian Assange and WikiLeaks

Starchild comments on a previous press release by the Libertarian Party supporting Julian Assange, Bradley Manning and WikiLeaks:


What paulie said — anti-TSA and pro-WikiLeaks! Both of these issues represent key tests of government power against civil liberties, one related to the First Amendment protections of freedom and speech and of the press, the other related to the Fourth Amendment protections from unreasonable search and seizure.… Read more ...

Chuck Baldwin: The Arizona Shootings, The Second Amendment, And Aaron Zelman

Chuck Baldwin at ChuckBaldwinLive.com:

The shootings of at least 18 people (6 killed, at least 12 wounded) in Tucson, Arizona, has predictably ignited a firestorm of anti-gun, anti-right, and anti-anything not “liberal” diatribes from the typical big government talking heads in Washington, D.C., and New York City. Anti-freedom congressmen railed for more gun control, including resurrecting Bill Clinton’s so-called Assault Weapons ban, and other laws restricting “high capacity” magazines (the assailant reportedly used a Glock 9mm in the attack).… Read more ...

George Phillies: Is your preacher next on the Presidential death list?

by George Phillies at Liberty for All

Do you truly believe a President can stop with just one?

Last year the Obama Administration took a step without historical precedent. It ordered the assassination of an American citizen.

The citizen is Anwar al-Awlaki, described by the New York Times as “an eloquent Muslim cleric.” Anwar al-Awlaki, born in 1971 in New Mexico, is a native-born citizen, not a foreigner.… Read more ...