I’m not at all advocating for marijuana use, but could somebody please explain to me where in the Constitution the Federal Government is given the power to regulate a plant product grown on private or public property within a State, that is only sold or used within the bounds of a State, or to require [...]
The coding for this infographic was sent to me by a complete stranger. I like it.
Stand-up comedian Louis CK did a routine on being broke. When I first saw it I laughed uproariously and sent it to all my friends. It was so truthful it was painful; and the only way to deal with that sort of brutal pain is to laugh. Today, his routine became reality for me. I’ve [...]
My university discussion board post on whether I believe math is important to study: The study of math is necessary not merely for the skills of algebraic proficiency it instills, but for the other benefits derived from developing the mathematical part of the mind. All logic ultimately rests in mathematics. A misapplication of logic results [...]
A few nights ago, my brother called me and asked for some advice as he was planning to take his young boys out for a little survival camping expedition. Here are some lessons I’ve learned from camping and hiking in the Olympic and Cascade Mountains of Washington. We’d love to hear your ideas as well! [...]
The bottom line is this: The Tactical Tailor “Urban Operator” pack is designed for every-day use as a daypack or a light patrol pack in an urban or cross-over environment. For those who want tactical functionality and toughness with a civilian appearance, this bag is ideal. The Urban Operator will keep you light, low-profile, and [...]
I’ll just say it now: I hate the TSA. Not the individual workers, per se. But the whole concept, notion, implementation and execution fly in the face of individual liberty. Skip the rant and see the List I don’t believe we should sacrifice liberty for security. And I don’t believe the TSA provides real security [...]
Several times in the past two weeks, I’ve mentioned Faribault Woolen Mill Co. Having spent half of my growing up years in Minnesota, I had friends from summer camp who lived in Faribault and whose parents and friends worked there. The mill is a bit of a state landmark. According to their website, “Since 1865, [...]
“An “easy” life is not necessarily always a good life. A hard life is not always bad. Hard work is satisfying, dirt can be soul-cleansing, and in whose company our time is spent is the real factor by which the value of our minutes and hours should be measured.” -SB, Admin/Editor of SustainingLiberty.com Regrettably, after [...]
If visiting your favorite blog or political website to see a notice like the one above sounds like a nightmare to you, do some research on SOPA. Maybe I don’t need to rehash what hundreds of thousands of other bloggers and websites have already said. But I can’t sit idly by and say nothing at [...]
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