101 things to do 'til the revolution : ideas and resources by Claire Wolfe

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On April 19, 1995, someone bombed the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. Was it was an angry exsoldier and his friends, as the government claims? Or was it the government itself in a successful attempt to pass "counterterrorism" legislation? Whichever view you adopt, the bombing was a sign of the growing distrust between free Americans and the government caste. In Massachusetts, April 19 is still celebrated as Patriots Day in memory of the stand at Concord and Lexington. Unfortunately, that state's government has long forgotten the issues and significance of the thing it pretends to celebrate.

She led them to the house of militia captain Ephraim Frost. Mother Batherick may have been poor in material things, but she was rich in the spirit. " 31. Take your kids out of government school We live with a myth that compulsory, universal education was established to produce a well-educated populace. Propaganda! Bull-oney! S. had a literacy rate of more than 90 percent, and a population well-versed in history, civics, literature, philosophy and mathematics. Government schools were, from their inception, designed primarily to keep the children of "the masses" docile (and keep them out of the workplace — a huge national issue at the time compulsory school attendance laws were passed).

It has been discovered that the best way to insure implicit obedience is to commence tyranny in the nursery. — Benjamin Disraeli 28. E" acronym on their sides. DARE — Drug Abuse Resistance Education — is a War on Drugs program sold to the public in a warm, fuzzy, let's save the children cover. "Cover" is the operative word here. In the decade and more that police have been taking the DARE program to the schools, not one shred of evidence has turned up to show that DARE has discouraged one child from experimenting with drugs.

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