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Someone on the forums at somethingawful.com included this site as one of their best news sources, and categorized it as liberal/progressive, along with the top 1% rated crooksandliars.com.

Perhaps it’s because he read these articles:
“CIGI’09: Towards a Global New Deal (Without the Average Person),” or
“The Voice of the Working Man,” or
“Voters in 14 out of 15 states with a higher than average number of households making $200K+ voted for the presidential candidate who promised to raise their taxes!”

But I wonder if the author knew that 4 of my articles have been posted on Alex Jones’ Infowars.com and Prisonplanet.com, or if he/she read any of these articles:
“The first step in health care reform: recognizing that health care is not a right,” or
“President Bill Clinton in 1996: “The era of big government is [NOT!] over — 13 years later,” or
“Why the Federal Reserve central bank of the United States is illegal”

Still sound liberal/progressive to you? FauxCapitalist.com: beyond definition!

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My comments on today’s PrisonPlanet.com article about 2004 Libertarian Presidential Candidate and constitutional scholar, Michael Badnarik, suffering a heart attack. Oddly, they were scrubbed.

I first heard his Constitution classes in January of this year, and they were so enlightening, accurate and inspiring.

This man knows the requirements of a government for a free people, and never ceased in his advocation of those principles, the necessity of them, and why socialism and other forms of collectivism will destroy those freedoms and the prosperity they provide.

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My comment posted on the November 27 PrisonPlanet.com article, “Canadian Border Officials: Political Thought Police,” on the detention of Amy Goodman, for her intended lawful comments on the upcoming Vancouver 2010 Olympics.

Absolutely disgusting. Holding someone up at the border, questioning them as to what they planned on lawfully saying, while they let that criminal, George W. Bush, into Canada three times now since he ended his criminal presidency (signed the unconstitutional Patriot Act, authorized unlawful warrantless wiretapping, went to war against Iraq on the basis of several lies, and without a constitutional declaration of War by Congress,

My comment after that, in <> brackets, got cut off. I wrote, “see Congressman Dennis Kucinich’s articles of impeachment against President Bush, for more information.

A great editorial on Infowars.com from November 30, “The Constitutional Bankruptcy of our Republic,” sums up my sentiments exactly.

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