Libertarian Podcast

ALD: The US Mint says “No Accounts for You”

Bernard von NotHaus revealed on FMNN’s eRadio last Friday that the US Mint has apparently taken action against NORFED behind the scenes as well as publicly. To go along with the harassment that the Liberty Dollar and NORFED are enduring in the press, as well as the false accusations posted on the Mint’s website, Bernard …

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Family Holiday

Home is Where the Heart Is

A story about the old home town, on Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving was my favorite holiday when I was growing up. I called a small town in Western Kansas home for most of my childhood years and Leoti, KS still occupies a special place for me even though it may not be home. I lived in Leoti …

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Fandom

How About an Example of a Bad Show?

OK, so I like the new BSG and the re-mastered classic Star Trek. Does that mean I have no taste? That I will buy anything the studios throw out? Not really, no. The last two incarnations of Star Trek that Paramount produced were so bad I didn’t watch one of them, and I wish I …

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Economics Technical

Microsoft, It’s Just ON the Computer You Buy

If I had a nickel for every free marketeer that waxed poetic about the greatness of Microsoft and how we owed Bill Gates thanks for the computer boom, I could probably challenge big brother Bill for the title of richest man in the world. But I don’t buy the scenario. Microsoft doesn’t hold monopoly marketshare …

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Humor

Daybreak, Deja Vu?

So, they preempted Lost for 12 weeks to roll out this series called Daybreak. It’s all about deja vu, and reliving the same day repetitively. Now I’m having deja vu, because it isn’t February 2nd, but I keep thinking of Groundhog Day. Groundhog Day and Man on Fire, that’s what this thing reminds me of, …

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Uncategorized

O.J. Simpson: Confessed Killer

O.J. is coming out with a book and an interview in which he confesses… I mean, theorises what happened the night that he killed… Excuse me, the night that his ex-wife and her boyfriend were viciously, brutally murdered. I’d like to echo the sentiment of Harvey Levin of TMZ.com that were expressed on the Olbermann …

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Technical

Why Should You Use Firefox?

Bob Rankin over at the Internet Tourbus (a subscription I’ve maintained for nearly as long as I’ve been on the ‘net. 1997, I think) is asking for feedback on whether or not Firefox is ready for prime time, and why should you use it. I’ve had quite a bit to say on the subject of …

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