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Racial Hatred and Media Politics

August 20, 2009
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This is the most absurd propaganda piece I have seen in years.  I use to get upset when the evening news would cover a prolife event we were participating in and talk about us while showing clips of the purple haired tattooed one-world socialist tree hugging save the starving third world co-dependent lesbian whales crowd.  (HT…

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Cows Shares Announced

July 25, 2009
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As you have probably seen by now, we have been working on a new backend for vaughnshire.com.  We are maintaining the blog for the usual family update, political rants, and theological musings, but we felt the farm needed a little more flexibility than the blog could provide.  We have a lot of exciting plans for…

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My Next Ford Truck…

July 17, 2009
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…will come from this guy!  Check out the video: The official motto of his dealership is, “God, Guns, Guts, and American Pickup Trucks!” They are giving away an AK-47 with each new truck purchase.  It may be a gimmick, but if you listen to the interview you will see this guys is the real deal.…

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Food Fascism, Southern Culture, and My Garden

July 4, 2009
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Food Fascism, Southern Culture, and My Garden

Thomas Moore, the chairman for the Southern National Congress, wrote a great essay late last month, that is well worth sharing.  He gives a great high level fly over of the root problem in the corporate food industry.  It doesn’t matter if the new laws, such as the Food Safety and Modernization Act of 2009…

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Tennesse Governor Phil Bredesen Signed State Sovereignty Resolution

June 28, 2009
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Tennesse Governor Phil Bredesen Signed State Sovereignty Resolution

26th Tennessee Regiment CSA While many states have passed state sovereignty resolutions recently, Tennessee is the first to have the governor’s signature affixed to the bill.  Now if we could wean ourselves from the federal dole we might actually have something.  We can work on a free economic system for TN as we move forward,…

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Updated – It’s Now Legal to Drink Raw Milk in TN….

May 26, 2009
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* Updated original post that mistakenly said the prescription bill had passed.  In fact the prescription bill was “amended” to be the cow share bill. …if you own at least “part” of the animal.  Here is the original bill that was amended: http://www.capitol.tn.gov/Bills/106/Bill/HB0720.pdf The amendment completely changed the bill.  In a small farm hostile state it needed to…

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The Film Every Pro-lifer Must See

March 12, 2009
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The Film Every Pro-lifer Must See

  The Terri Schiavo Story To some the culture’s view of life in America’s is a battle to be fought or a cause to embrace, but to the Schindler family it was personal… it was life itself.   The Terri Schiavo Story, is a tragic and even difficult story to hear, and even more so to tell. …

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You Can Support the Raw Milk Bill – HR 778

February 5, 2009
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This is from the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF).  Please see below for actions you can take today to help insure you have access to healthy milk products for your family in the future. Congressman Ron Paul has introduced a bill (HR 778) that would repeal the current ban on raw milk and raw milk…

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Ron Paul and Raw Milk

February 5, 2009
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Statement of Congressman Ron Paul Introducing Legislation Allowing Interstate Shipment of Unpasteurized Milk January 29, 2009 “Madame Speaker, I rise to introduce legislation that allows the shipment and distribution of unpasteurized milk and milk products for human consumption across state lines. This legislation removes an unconstitutional restraint on farmers who wish to sell or otherwise…

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Corporate Bailouts North of the Mason Dixon Line – Part III

January 6, 2009
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Corporate Bailouts North of the Mason Dixon Line – Part III

In part two of this series, I joked about northern auto workers moving south as carpetbaggers, but the truth of the matter is the south is no different in her positioning during these hard economic times.  This is shown by our southern leaders who talk with a draw, but spend our tax money like they are on…

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Corporate Bailouts North of the Mason Dixon Line – Part II

January 6, 2009
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Corporate Bailouts North of the Mason Dixon Line – Part II

It appears this may come to blows before it blows over.  The Times Online picked up the heated name calling by the Yankee bailout proponents and have no doubt added more fuel to the fire by running this article.  Here are a few highlights. Almost 150 years after the American Civil War the struggle to…

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Corporate Bailouts North of the Mason Dixon Line

January 5, 2009
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Corporate Bailouts North of the Mason Dixon Line

Here is a great look at the foundational principles of corporate buyouts.  In her article entitled Uncivil War: Detroit Blames the South, Karen De Coster takes the UAW, Detroit News columnist John McCormick, and Michael Lind from Salon to task over their yankee ideology. “Boom times and credit bubbles (and recent bailouts) have masked dead business models, considerable…

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Thomas Jefferson on the Central Bank

December 2, 2008
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The Central Bank is an institution of the most deadly hostility existing against the principles and form of our Constitution. . . . I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. Already they have raised up a monied aristocracy that has set the Government at defiance. The issuing power…

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Peter Schiff and Austrian Economic Theory

December 2, 2008
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I know no one is really interested in the economy right now, but I thought this would be a worth while post anyway.Peter Schiff is burning up the economic talk show circuit and for once is being treated with the respect he deserves.  Check out this quick montage of how he was treated before the…

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Dabney the Political Prophet and His Unanswered Prayer (1897)

November 8, 2008
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Dabney the Political Prophet and His Unanswered Prayer (1897)

That popular suffrage does not now really govern this country, that it is notoriously a marketable commodity, that the United States have really ceased already to be what they pretend, a federation of republican States, no clear sighted man doubts.  Under a thin veil of radical democracy, the government has already become an oligarchy.  Are…

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