Joel Skousen, editor of World Affairs Brief, provides a definition.

Neocon: “old school socialists who decided to infiltrate the Right and champion an imperialistic foreign policy.”

For those of you interested, the World Affairs Brief can be delivered to you inbox every Friday for only $48.

I found Mr. Skousen and WAB to be the most accurate information.

Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.” -Galatians 6:7 (KJV)



3D printers manufacture three-dimensional products by laying down a series of thin plastic or metal in one layer at a time. The 3D printing technology is stunning in its potential to empower individuals. Unfortunately the state knows its power as well. The race is on.

Whose Hand Will be on the Power?

On February 1st, Ars Technica ran the headline, “Robohand: How cheap 3D printers built a replacement hand for a five-year old boy.” Two men – one in Washington State and the other in South Africa – used open source software to design a series of mechanical hands for a boy whose family could not afford a commercial prosthetic. The men published the design as a digital file to be used by 3D printers in order to benefit others in need.

As generations of 3D printers improve in quality and decrease in cost, average people will become private manufacturers who fill their own needs. One need might well be a gun, which could make gun control all but impossible to enforce efficiently. Indeed, a group called Defense Distributed have already “printed” a plastic high capacity ammunition magazine (pictured here) – the sort the government is threatening to ban; the group claims to have successfully fired at least 86 rounds through it.

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J. Coffee Hays


“Sing Dixie while they lower me so I’ll hear it for eternity…”-Rebel Son

The South, The C.S.A., fought the first War on Terror

Deo Vindici

-J. Coffee Hays


and the the Aussies in this video don’t know how much the price of an oz of gold is, withing 25%-50% .

Some of these Tools are too lazy to guess.

“Mankind have a great aversion to intellectual labor; but even supposing knowledge to be easily attainable, more people would be content to be ignorant than would take even a little trouble to acquire it.” -Samuel Johnson

Says Jeff Berwick of Dollar Vigilante.

Here are some of the points I found interesting.

“This (the USA) is the USSR in 1989.”

“We’ve lived in a false economy for the last 40 years.”

“Canada has a lot of natural resources to draw upon.”
“And I believe the us government, at some point,  will probably just come and take it.”


or just a pathological liar?