Saturday, September 11, 2010

A Day Late, A Dollar Short As Usual........

Legal retainer book sale

Three Things About Islam


Through Western Rifle Shooter's Association

Tarboro's Eighth Historic Home Tour This Month

"What a wonderful time for a historic home tour!"

Obama Extends Bush’s 9/11 State Of Emergency

"Justifying their actions as necessitated by an 'emergency' is a favorite tactic of other power-hungry rulers -- Stalin and Hitler come to mind." The rest HERE.

NC LS September Conference & Nathaniel Macon Institute (NMI)

NC Secession flag.gif

“North Carolina Liberty Flag”

(One Week Away!!!)

“Localism: Effective Political Activism at Home”

(a facilitated panel-discussion)


Saturday, 18 September 2010,

Mayflower Seafood Restaurant, 1160 Huffman Mill Road

Burlington, North Carolina

ncflag1861-2 copy.jpg

Our September Conference theme will focus on how NC LS members can effectively involve themselves in political dialogue and debate in their own section of North Carolina. The recent “tea party” movement has produced opportunities for LS members to raise the issues of true political representation and self-determination, and the over-reaching hand of the Washington regime.

We must not let this pass and we must be a part of the solution.

We can either sit idly in our homes while that Washington regime turns the country into a socialist peoples’ republic, or we as LS members be involved in local debate and help influence political thought toward self-determination. While the LS asserts that no realistic national political reform is possible, we must still help shape political events in our own sovereign States.

Our conference will be highlighted by two-segments of panel-facilitated interactive discussion with LS REBELLION! Blogger Mike Tuggle, New Hanover County Libertarian Party Chair John Evans. This discussion will allow our members to relate what opportunities exist in their towns, and what methods have produced results or failure. We are all seeking best-practices for carefully and creatively inserting convincing traditional conservative arguments into local debates, remembering that all politics is local. We will also discuss what does not work, and what to avoid.

From stressing the importance of State sovereignty and the intent of the Tenth Amendment, to watering the seeds of self-determination for North Carolinians in the face of a despotic nationalist regime, we must first be active locally and seize the opportunities to build consensus for liberty.

Please join us for an inspiring and interactive day of dialogue, learning and re-energizing ourselves.


Take Exit 141 off I-40/85 and turn West away from town (left if you are coming from Raleigh, right if you are coming from Greensboro). The Mayflower is located on the left just beyond the interstate overpass and beside the Kangaroo gas station.

See for agenda information.

Duo Wants To Establish Third Palmetto Republic

"In March of 1776, Colonists living in South Carolina decided they were fed up with British rule and seceded from the empire.That was the first "Palmetto Republic."
A little less than a century later, in 1860, there was another secession, which lasted until South Carolina joined the Confederate States of America two months later.
That was the second Palmetto Republic. Read about the proposed third HERE.

Kindness of T

I Remember, I Remember........

The house where I was born,
The little window where the sun
Came peeping in at morn;
He never came a wink too soon
Nor brought too long a day;
But now, I often wish the night
Had borne my breath away.

I remember, I remember
The roses red and white,
The violets and the lily cups--
Those flowers made of light!
The lilacs where the robin built,
And where my brother set
The laburnum on his birthday,--
The tree is living yet!

I remember, I remember
Where I was used to swing,
And thought the air must rush as fresh
To swallows on the wing;
My spirit flew in feathers then
That is so heavy now,
The summer pools could hardly cool
The fever on my brow.

I remember, I remember
The fir-trees dark and high;
I used to think their slender tops
Were close against the sky:
It was a childish ignorance,
But now 'tis little joy
To know I'm farther off from Heaven
Than when I was a boy.

Thomas Hood