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DEAR FOLLOWERS PLEASE READ BLOG IS MOVING

My loyal followers. I love all of you. And I mean that seeing how there’s only a little over 100 of you. When I created this blog as separate from my original personal blog, the objective was to create a blog about marijuana, its morality, and the immorality of the war against all drugs. As the blog went on, I realized that maybe there wasn’t enough to say politically and morally about marijuana for a frequent post stream that wasn’t a complete stoner blog. As this period of time passed, I became a progressively stronger libertarian and so decided to make the blog about all issues affecting politics and the libertarian stance, as well as the Ron Paul campaign. 

However, my whole life I’ve always been fired up about politics, even though my views haven’t always been the same. Nonetheless, politics are a major part of my life and I find myself casually speaking and teaching about them daily. For this reason, and the fact that my personal blog has become very pointless, I have decided to merge them. Now my original blog will simply represent me as a person, but I assure you at least 50% will be political. I feel this action will give me more freedom to express myself because I will better be able to communicate with my followers and with those I follow.

And so, if you enjoy the content of this blog, I humbly ask you to follow my original tumblr, roblocke


I will be reblogging this message from time to time for those of you who aren’t around to see the original post. Thank you and stay free :)

DEAR FOLLOWERS PLEASE READ BLOG IS MOVING

My loyal followers. I love all of you. And I mean that seeing how there’s only a little over 100 of you. When I created this blog as separate from my original personal blog, the objective was to create a blog about marijuana, its morality, and the immorality of the war against all drugs. As the blog went on, I realized that maybe there wasn’t enough to say politically and morally about marijuana for a frequent post stream that wasn’t a complete stoner blog. As this period of time passed, I became a progressively stronger libertarian and so decided to make the blog about all issues affecting politics and the libertarian stance, as well as the Ron Paul campaign. 

However, my whole life I’ve always been fired up about politics, even though my views haven’t always been the same. Nonetheless, politics are a major part of my life and I find myself casually speaking and teaching about them daily. For this reason, and the fact that my personal blog has become very pointless, I have decided to merge them. Now my original blog will simply represent me as a person, but I assure you at least 50% will be political. I feel this action will give me more freedom to express myself because I will better be able to communicate with my followers and with those I follow.

And so, if you enjoy the content of this blog, I humbly ask you to follow my original tumblr, roblocke


I will be reblogging this message from time to time for those of you who aren’t around to see the original post. Thank you and stay free :)

DEAR FOLLOWERS PLEASE READ BLOG IS MOVING

My loyal followers. I love all of you. And I mean that seeing how there’s only a little over 100 of you. When I created this blog as separate from my original personal blog, the objective was to create a blog about marijuana, its morality, and the immorality of the war against all drugs. As the blog went on, I realized that maybe there wasn’t enough to say politically and morally about marijuana for a frequent post stream that wasn’t a complete stoner blog. As this period of time passed, I became a progressively stronger libertarian and so decided to make the blog about all issues affecting politics and the libertarian stance, as well as the Ron Paul campaign. 

However, my whole life I’ve always been fired up about politics, even though my views haven’t always been the same. Nonetheless, politics are a major part of my life and I find myself casually speaking and teaching about them daily. For this reason, and the fact that my personal blog has become very pointless, I have decided to merge them. Now my original blog will simply represent me as a person, but I assure you at least 50% will be political. I feel this action will give me more freedom to express myself because I will better be able to communicate with my followers and with those I follow.

And so, if you enjoy the content of this blog, I humbly ask you to follow my original tumblr, roblocke


I will be reblogging this message from time to time for those of you who aren’t around to see the original post. Thank you and stay free :)

DEAR FOLLOWERS PLEASE READ BLOG IS MOVING

My loyal followers. I love all of you. And I mean that seeing how there’s only a little over 100 of you. When I created this blog as separate from my original personal blog, the objective was to create a blog about marijuana, its morality, and the immorality of the war against all drugs. As the blog went on, I realized that maybe there wasn’t enough to say politically and morally about marijuana for a frequent post stream that wasn’t a complete stoner blog. As this period of time passed, I became a progressively stronger libertarian and so decided to make the blog about all issues affecting politics and the libertarian stance, as well as the Ron Paul campaign. 

However, my whole life I’ve always been fired up about politics, even though my views haven’t always been the same. Nonetheless, politics are a major part of my life and I find myself casually speaking and teaching about them daily. For this reason, and the fact that my personal blog has become very pointless, I have decided to merge them. Now my original blog will simply represent me as a person, but I assure you at least 50% will be political. I feel this action will give me more freedom to express myself because I will better be able to communicate with my followers and with those I follow.

And so, if you enjoy the content of this blog, I humbly ask you to follow my original tumblr, roblocke


I will be reblogging this message from time to time for those of you who aren’t around to see the original post. Thank you and stay free :)

DEAR FOLLOWERS PLEASE READ BLOG IS MOVING

My loyal followers. I love all of you. And I mean that seeing how there’s only a little over 100 of you. When I created this blog as separate from my original personal blog, the objective was to create a blog about marijuana, its morality, and the immorality of the war against all drugs. As the blog went on, I realized that maybe there wasn’t enough to say politically and morally about marijuana for a frequent post stream that wasn’t a complete stoner blog. As this period of time passed, I became a progressively stronger libertarian and so decided to make the blog about all issues affecting politics and the libertarian stance, as well as the Ron Paul campaign. 

However, my whole life I’ve always been fired up about politics, even though my views haven’t always been the same. Nonetheless, politics are a major part of my life and I find myself casually speaking and teaching about them daily. For this reason, and the fact that my personal blog has become very pointless, I have decided to merge them. Now my original blog will simply represent me as a person, but I assure you at least 50% will be political. I feel this action will give me more freedom to express myself because I will better be able to communicate with my followers and with those I follow.

And so, if you enjoy the content of this blog, I humbly ask you to follow my original tumblr, roblocke


I will be reblogging this message from time to time for those of you who aren’t around to see the original post. Thank you and stay free :)

DEAR FOLLOWERS PLEASE READ BLOG IS MOVING

My loyal followers. I love all of you. And I mean that seeing how there’s only a little over 100 of you. When I created this blog as separate from my original personal blog, the objective was to create a blog about marijuana, its morality, and the immorality of the war against all drugs. As the blog went on, I realized that maybe there wasn’t enough to say politically and morally about marijuana for a frequent post stream that wasn’t a complete stoner blog. As this period of time passed, I became a progressively stronger libertarian and so decided to make the blog about all issues affecting politics and the libertarian stance, as well as the Ron Paul campaign. 

However, my whole life I’ve always been fired up about politics, even though my views haven’t always been the same. Nonetheless, politics are a major part of my life and I find myself casually speaking and teaching about them daily. For this reason, and the fact that my personal blog has become very pointless, I have decided to merge them. Now my original blog will simply represent me as a person, but I assure you at least 50% will be political. I feel this action will give me more freedom to express myself because I will better be able to communicate with my followers and with those I follow.

And so, if you enjoy the content of this blog, I humbly ask you to follow my original tumblr, roblocke


I will be reblogging this message from time to time for those of you who aren’t around to see the original post. Thank you and stay free :)

DEAR FOLLOWERS PLEASE READ

My loyal followers. I love all of you. And I mean that seeing how there’s only a little over 100 of you. When I created this blog as separate from my original personal blog, the objective was to create a blog about marijuana, its morality, and the immorality of the war against all drugs. As the blog went on, I realized that maybe there wasn’t enough to say politically and morally about marijuana for a frequent post stream that wasn’t a complete stoner blog. As this period of time passed, I became a progressively stronger libertarian and so decided to make the blog about all issues affecting politics and the libertarian stance, as well as the Ron Paul campaign. 

However, my whole life I’ve always been fired up about politics, even though my views haven’t always been the same. Nonetheless, politics are a major part of my life and I find myself casually speaking and teaching about them daily. For this reason, and the fact that my personal blog has become very pointless, I have decided to merge them. Now my original blog will simply represent me as a person, but I assure you at least 50% will be political. I feel this action will give me more freedom to express myself because I will better be able to communicate with my followers and with those I follow.

And so, if you enjoy the content of this blog, I humbly ask you to follow my original tumblr, roblocke


I will be reblogging this message from time to time for those of you who aren’t around to see the original post. Thank you and stay free :)

DEAR FOLLOWERS PLEASE READ

My loyal followers. I love all of you. And I mean that seeing how there’s only a little over 100 of you. When I created this blog as separate from my original personal blog, the objective was to create a blog about marijuana, its morality, and the immorality of the war against all drugs. As the blog went on, I realized that maybe there wasn’t enough to say politically and morally about marijuana for a frequent post stream that wasn’t a complete stoner blog. As this period of time passed, I became a progressively stronger libertarian and so decided to make the blog about all issues affecting politics and the libertarian stance, as well as the Ron Paul campaign. 

However, my whole life I’ve always been fired up about politics, even though my views haven’t always been the same. Nonetheless, politics are a major part of my life and I find myself casually speaking and teaching about them daily. For this reason, and the fact that my personal blog has become very pointless, I have decided to merge them. Now my original blog will simply represent me as a person, but I assure you at least 50% will be political. I feel this action will give me more freedom to express myself because I will better be able to communicate with my followers and with those I follow.

And so, if you enjoy the content of this blog, I humbly ask you to follow roblocke


I will be reblogging this message from time to time for those of you who aren’t around to see the original post. Thank you and stay free :)


Obama Supports Abortion After the Baby Has Been Born

thevocalibertarian:

addictedtoliberty:

polkadot-21:

leftybegone:

Just remember that, you “Christians” who voted for him.

LOL WHAT? 

How can a baby be aborted after it’s born? That’s where infantacide comes in because once the fetus is born it becomes an autonomous human being and is alive without requiring support from another human. Sooooooooo you’re an idiot, but what else is new?

Watch this, and this then look it up for yourself

It’s true.

thepeoplesrecord:

International experts call for US to respect protest rights; criticize OWS responseNovember 9, 2012
Today, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) issued a report finding that some U.S. authorities’ responses to the Occupy Wall Street movement involved excessive police force, unjustified mass arrests, disproportionately large numbers of police, and violated the rights of journalists.
“The OSCE report confirms recent findings by U.S. groups of violations of protest rights, and demonstrates the urgent need to reform the way some cities, including New York, regulate and police protests,” said Professor Sarah Knuckey of New York University (NYU) School of Law, who co-led an eight-month investigation by law school clinics into the treatment of Occupy Wall Street in New York.
The OSCE findings result from the organization’s first investigations of assembly rights in the United States, and were presented at a meeting of government and civil society representatives from over 50 countries. The United States is a member state of the OSCE, and has committed to guarantee the freedom of peaceful assembly. The OSCE report issued today recommends that U.S. authorities ensure the right to free assembly, including by facilitating protest camps and marches as much as possible, limiting police use of force, promptly investigating police misconduct, and not dispersing assemblies merely for lack of permits.
The OSCE’s findings follow extensive U.S. civil society reporting of protest rights violations, including a detailed report by law clinics at NYU and Fordham Law Schools, Suppressing Protest: Human Rights Violations in the U.S. Response to Occupy Wall Street. Professors and students from NYU and Harvard Law School were invited to the OSCE this week to present theirfindings, and to discuss concerns and reforms with civil society and representatives from governments, the OSCE, and the United Nations. The Clinics, on behalf of U.S. groups, also voiced support for OSCE work monitoring freedom of assembly, and called for continued OSCE work in the United States.
“Attending the OSCE forum gave us an opportunity to hear accounts from people around the world who, like the U.S. Occupy movement, are using public space to voice dissent. These accounts made clearthat while peaceful protests are proliferating, so are governments’ tactics of repression,” said Deborah Popowski, Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School.
“There is no part of the world where suppression of protest is not a problem, and the U.S. is no exception,” said Maina Kiai, the UN Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association, who attended the OSCE meetings.
“Fighting for a meaningful right of free assembly is vital because there can be no democracy without this right. There is no choice – we have to succeed if we want to leave the world a better place for those who come after us,” said Kiai.
Source

thepeoplesrecord:

International experts call for US to respect protest rights; criticize OWS response
November 9, 2012

Today, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) issued a report finding that some U.S. authorities’ responses to the Occupy Wall Street movement involved excessive police force, unjustified mass arrests, disproportionately large numbers of police, and violated the rights of journalists.

“The OSCE report confirms recent findings by U.S. groups of violations of protest rights, and demonstrates the urgent need to reform the way some cities, including New York, regulate and police protests,” said Professor Sarah Knuckey of New York University (NYU) School of Law, who co-led an eight-month investigation by law school clinics into the treatment of Occupy Wall Street in New York.

The OSCE findings result from the organization’s first investigations of assembly rights in the United States, and were presented at a meeting of government and civil society representatives from over 50 countries. The United States is a member state of the OSCE, and has committed to guarantee the freedom of peaceful assembly. The OSCE report issued today recommends that U.S. authorities ensure the right to free assembly, including by facilitating protest camps and marches as much as possible, limiting police use of force, promptly investigating police misconduct, and not dispersing assemblies merely for lack of permits.

The OSCE’s findings follow extensive U.S. civil society reporting of protest rights violations, including a detailed report by law clinics at NYU and Fordham Law Schools, Suppressing Protest: Human Rights Violations in the U.S. Response to Occupy Wall Street. Professors and students from NYU and Harvard Law School were invited to the OSCE this week to present theirfindings, and to discuss concerns and reforms with civil society and representatives from governments, the OSCE, and the United Nations. The Clinics, on behalf of U.S. groups, also voiced support for OSCE work monitoring freedom of assembly, and called for continued OSCE work in the United States.

“Attending the OSCE forum gave us an opportunity to hear accounts from people around the world who, like the U.S. Occupy movement, are using public space to voice dissent. These accounts made clearthat while peaceful protests are proliferating, so are governments’ tactics of repression,” said Deborah Popowski, Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School.

“There is no part of the world where suppression of protest is not a problem, and the U.S. is no exception,” said Maina Kiai, the UN Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association, who attended the OSCE meetings.

“Fighting for a meaningful right of free assembly is vital because there can be no democracy without this right. There is no choice – we have to succeed if we want to leave the world a better place for those who come after us,” said Kiai.

Source

"Robert E. Murray read a prayer to a group of company staff members on the day after the election, lamenting the direction of the country and asking: ‘Lord, please forgive me and anyone with me in Murray Energy Corp. for the decisions that we are now forced to make to preserve the very existence of any of the enterprises that you have helped us build.’ On Wednesday, Murray also laid off 54 people at American Coal, one of his subsidiary companies, and 102 at Utah American Energy, blaming a ‘war on coal’ by the administration of President Barack Obama."

-After Obama reelection CEO reads prayer to staff, announces layoffs | The Washington Post (via theamericanbear)

libertariancontrarian:

“Why would they fight so hard against us?”

“We meddle.”

universalequalityisinevitable:

And I’ll Tumble this post ‘til my Tumblr is sore. I think Natives were school-less and knew shit galore.

universalequalityisinevitable:

And I’ll Tumble this post ‘til my Tumblr is sore. I think Natives were school-less and knew shit galore.

dead-logic:

Senator-Elect Tammy Baldwin Makes History as First Openly Gay U.S. Senator. [via Human Rights Campaign]

dead-logic:

Senator-Elect Tammy Baldwin Makes History as First Openly Gay U.S. Senator.

[via Human Rights Campaign]

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