Archive for January, 2010

Sunshine or Bullsh!t

January 7, 2010

Thanks to Lew Rockwell. Sure, open honest public government just like Bush, Clinton, Bush and on and on. The oligarchy will promise you everything and delivery to you tasty crumbs. Thank you sir may I have another.

Success Story

January 5, 2010

Doing what the government can’t, Cayuga Dog Rescue has found a new home for a troubled dog. Kinsey, a shepherd mix, has a huge problem with lightning and gunshots. She has hurt herself in the past and would surely hurt herself again doing whatever it would take to escape from thunder. Thanks to the all volunteer organization Kinsey will be heading to her new home in sunny, thunder-free California.

Kinsey the shepherd mix.

Government Schools Are Bad for Your Kids

January 4, 2010

Government Schools Are Bad for Your Kids is James Ostrowski’s latest book. I’m looking forward to reading it soon. I was going to call this post, ‘The Hardest Working Liberty Activist in New York’ but I had to stop and think about that and happily it’s not that easy to pick the top supporter of Liberty in this state. I’m more than a little surprised that in a state where the collectivist are constantly doing anything they can to control every aspect of our lives, we have more than a few people working tirelessly to promote Liberty from a Constitutional perspective. So I’ll just put James Ostrowski in my top three and enjoy a day of considering the others to put on the list.

Liberty for the New Year

January 3, 2010

The New Year has kicked off with a couple of encouraging announcements of Liberty minded people entering the political ring. On New Year’s day Logan Bell took to the cold snowy Ithaca Commons to announce his intention to run for Congress in the 24th district of New York. I was pleased to meet Logan and listen to his message of courage and liberty. I look forward to hearing more from him in the near future and hope he will be able to attend our Campaign for Liberty Meetup on Jan. 10th. He is off to a good start with coverage by the Ithaca Journal and I certainly wish him well covering this large Gerrymandered congressional district.

Liberty lovers also have a possible candidate for Governor. Thanks to Rich Cooper for his Ground Report article covering Warren Redlich’s intention to run for Governor of New York. Warren has a long history in the struggle for liberty and access to the ballot for parties outside the oligarchy. As people become aware of our one party system, the Dem/Rep con job will lose support and their bogus divisive issues will lose traction. Well, that’s my dream. Good luck Warren.

The Important Work in Albany

January 1, 2010

Happy New Year!

Surfing the Laws of New York, I found this delightful gem, the product of our esteemed legislature:

State Law STL Article 6 ยง 84. State  muffin.  The apple muffin shall be the official muffin of
  the state of New York.

Your tax dollars at work!