Just who gets to decide what is hate speech? Sort of arbitrary, don’t you think?
The tree of Liberty…
…To be a law-abiding citizen is utterly stupid. Claiming to be law-abiding is to agree to oppression and tyranny; it is to accept and even endorse subjugation to arbitrary laws. It is, in this age, unconstitutional. The federal government has discarded the Constitution, ridiculed it, mocked it and labeled those abiding by the Constitution as terrorists…
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The game is afoot, friends.
Historical documents be damned, the PC police are here to control your speech, your life, your property, and your family. This is where we are headed.
And yes – I know:
You are kidding yourself if you do not believe that Islam will be yet another facet of the polygonal battlespace here in North America.
The combined heresies of transnational socialism and its inbred ally, Islam, must be extirpated.
And “extirpated” is a deliberate word choice.
Sic semper tyrannis.
I sure hope they don’t give these kids badges and guns, but that appears to be the future plan.
Tesla’s Kid sends:
BLM APPROVES 51 RENEWABLE PROJECTS ON PUBLIC LANDS. Solar Industry Magazine (4/24, Caley) reports on an “approval spree” by the Bureau of Land Management that has resulted in 51 renewable energy projects being approved for construction on public lands since 2009. The approvals are in pursuit of a goal of approving 20 gigawatts of such projects by 2020 in line with President Obama’s Climate Action Plan. Mentioned are the Ocotillo Sol Solar Project, which will supply San Diego Gas & Electric with electricity, the 300-megawatt Stateline solar farm project, and the 250-megawatt Silver State South solar project. To receive BLM approval, each of these projects had to reduce its footprint and acquire land for habitat preservation.
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In the article, more interesting stuff:
On April 7, the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) approved the…
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Just a little something is better than nothing.