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Austin, TX, United States
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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Do they issue a police badges as the prize in the Cracker Jack's box in Evansville, IN?

Who thinks that if you're going to raid a house it might be a good idea, to try to find out who is inside and how many? You would be wrong if you said, "the Evansville, Indiana Police Swat Team."
"Police Chief Billy Bolin said, “We have no way of being able to tell that,” and the concerning Internet posts “definitely come back to that address.”"

It is called a stake-out, their was even a movie. Did they even try to assertain who was accualy in the house at the time of the raid, or do they like to go in blind it adds to the rush.
"Sgt. Jason Cullum, a police department spokesman, “This is a little more difficult that a traditional crime scene, because we’re dealing with the Internet. They definitely weren’t expecting (a SWAT team at the door). The reason we did that is the threats were specific enough, and the potential for danger was there.”"

Do they not teach how to surveil someone in investagating 101?
Let's put the public at risk, so we, the police, can feel safe.
You can read the full article by Tim Brown @ Freedom Outpost here.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Highlight Reel....

The broken record that is my life and some reshout-outs:

God Help Us...We can't be Bothered...

Stuck in the Middle...

"Sometimes it is said that man cannot be trusted with the government of himself. Can he, then, be trusted with the government of others?"

- Thomas Jefferson

"Of liberty I would say that, in the whole plenitude of its extent, it is unobstructed action according to our will. But rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. I do not add “within the limits of the law,” because law is often but the tyrant’s will, and always so when it violates the right of an individual."

- Thomas Jefferson

Why do poeple try to force, those around them, to live by tyrants will, by a moral code not of theirown choosing. To in effect enslave those around them to thier will. To paraphrase Thomas Jefferson, If it neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg, what do I care what people believe.

Thinking About Thinking...

Because

"Freedom makes a huge requirement of every human being. With freedom comes responsibility. For the person who is unwilling to grow up, the person who does not want to carry is own weight, this is a frightening prospect."

- Eleanor Roosevelt

This is genius...

Character...

Government Insanity...

Integrity...

Who are you???

Weak/Strong...

WTF .... Penn State...

Sultan Knish...

A secret... Shhhh....

If only... Sigh...

But would I have to give up bacon? Mmmmmmmmm... Bacon.
:-b
.... 

To Sum Up...

And...

Sorry for the rant...

But not really!

:-)

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The ones that think they know whats best are the ones you have got to watch.

This post from Borepatch got me to thinking about it's not just about "Sheep, Wolves and Sheepdogs" or even about "Mutts" It's the shepherds you have to watch out for. Those people that feel they know what is best best for the sheep even if it's being put into a lamb stew.

There is a feeling expressed by those who have been to the sharp end. That they see the wold clearer than most. Maybe so, but that doesn't give you the right to make me a slave. Sheep are not free thay are the property of the sheperd, and he can do with them what he wills.

Out of control sheepdog is a symptom of an out of control shepherd. The shepherd never gets the blame. Also, what happens to the sheepdog that hurts or kills a sheep?

The Thin Blue Line - the us vs. them crap needs to stop.

A lot of evil has been perpratrated with the justification of "This is for your own good!"

I did not join the millitary because it would make me special or beter than someone who didn't. People that become soldiers, firefighters, police officers are men and women that made a choice to do a job for reasons of theirown. If you joined one of these groups to become spiecial or join a brotherhood you need help.

Those that feel they have they right or the ability to take care of those around them are a danger to us all. I personaly have a hard enogh time keeping myown life in order; let alone trying to be responsible for all those around me.

A plea to all those in power if you actually feel qualified to make life choices for me put down your gun or legislative pen and back away slowly.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

More Us vs Them Crap.

I always wonder what mithical them they are trying to protect when their trained to think of everyone not in a blue uniform as the enemy or at the very lest a threat. The Police are not worried about public safety or your safety. They're worried about their safety.

Ran across this at wirecutters blog - Knucledraggin my life away.

They're like a vicious poorly trained guard dog that you have to be careful interacting with, because your never quite sure if its going to bite you or not. If I could, I would require every Officer to take Rory Miller & Marc "Animal" MacYoungs Conflict Communication course/seminar. Link here.

They act like they are in the most dangerious job in the world and that they coulde die at any moment. I used to be able to say that they wheren't even in the top 10, but no longer.

http://pattyinglishms.hubpages.com/hub/Most_Dangerous_Jobs

Sigh... :-(

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Must Reads!!!!

The very first blog I read was "Chiron" because I read the authors first book "Meditations on Violence" a must read.

This Authors better half has published an E-book you can find it here: "House of Goats" on Amazon for Kindle, and "House of Goats" on Smashwords.

I don't do book reviews; other than, to say I found them worth reading and enjoyed them.

:-)
Josh

Thursday, December 29, 2011

How Ironic.... in a gallows humor sorta way.....

WTF!!!!

A Patriotic American Fucked Over buy her own government.

Used to be you had to have caused some form of harm or damage to have broken a law.

I'm really starting to think I'm a sucker and simp.

:-(
Josh

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Anarchy, Right Liberty and Tyranny a fine line we must walk.

My assumptions and biases. 

All ideals can be applied for good or evil purposes.

Governments are rules/standards. Rules and standards have no meaning if they can not be inforced. 

Rights = Rules

Principles = Rules

Rule = Consequence

Action/Inaction = Consequence

Most people try to avoided consequence, because they want to be able to do what ever they want. 

And, they do this under the guise of Lyberty and call it freedom. 

By what standard do we set as a society. What method of enforcement: ostracism, enslavement or the treat of death?

Do we believe we have the right to force others to play by our rules of no rules. 

I have a code every one has a code, i.e., rules we live by. ("Some people understand the rules they live by on a conscious level, and others are ruled by them on a subconscious level.) A society just tries to make them more uniform so their is some consistance and we know what to expect from those we meet in life.

Self-Government is still government.
The family dynamic is still government.
Elder Council is still government. 

Two people get into a dispute over water, and go to a third to settle the matter that is government.

Two people get into a dispute over water and one kills the other, and no one cares that is anarchy. (Was it thieft or self-defense?)

Sometimes it is said that man cannot be trusted with the government of himself. Can he, then, be trusted with the government of others?

- Thomas Jefferson (a catch 22)

Of liberty I would say that, in the whole plenitude of its extent, it is unobstructed action according to our will. But rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. I do not add “within the limits of the law,” because law is often but the tyrant’s will, and always so when it violates the right of an individual.

- Thomas Jefferson

The # 1 goal of education and parenting is to teach self-discipline, self-reliance and the 'rules' of sociaty.

This post was a direct result of a discusion or dispute I was having on another site. Where they tried and somewhat succeeded in ostracizing me, because I was expressing opinions contrary to the groups as a whole. 

I do not feel force if arms is need or the right move at this time.  If I did I would already be acting. I wouldn't be wait for them to solidify their position any more. 

The opposition has had a very long time to build up their defenses. Very rarely is it a good idea to go with the frontal assault on the castle walls.
If we are out of time then we might have no other choice.

You can dismantle all the support structures (welfare/intitelments), but you will condem a lot to a slow death, if you don't first teach them how to fish for themselves. 

Greece anyone?

Every time the left turned to violence they failed, because they were then thought of as part of the problem. And, no longer thought of as having the solution. 

We have lost the PR (Propaganda) war.

Wars and conflicts are won and at the subconscious (will) level.  They have 'you or some of us' so convinced that you can no longer win in the political realm that you don't even try. They win by default.

This is not a battle we can win through force of arms. The use of force to compel someone or group to believe something is Tyranny. Or at lest the first steps on the road to tyranny.

The case for Liberty must be fought on the battlefield of ideas. This is why the left focus their efforts on the school system.

There was also an expressed desire to get payback for wrongs committed. If we follow this path, give it a couple more generation we won't be fighting over Liberty, but who did what last. Just looking to get our payback for the last insult that we suffered.

If we do not win on the battlefield of ideas, we will have enslaved ourselves to a never ending cycle of revolutions.

My 2 Cents,
Josh

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

It can't happen here! We're America!

You (the you in general) can justify anything with the words, "It's for your own good/protection."

Decisions made out of fear are rarely good decisions.

My last name is Kruschke. Pronounced Crewsshh-ka, but I've never pronounced it that way. I pronounce it Crush-key. My grandad Thought that it would be a good idea if it sounded more American during WWII.

http://www.foitimes.com/

http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/_/dict.aspx?word=Espionage+Act+of+1917

If you don't think it can happen in the U.S., think again.

:-(
Josh

Saturday, November 26, 2011

YOU ONLY HAVE A "RIGHT" YOU ARE WILLING TO DEFEND!

"You who've lost the concept of a right, you who swing in impotent evasiveness between the claim that rights are a gift of God, a supernatural gift to be taken on faith, or the claim that rights are a gift of society, to be broken at its arbitrary whim -- the source of man's rights is not divine law or congressional law, but the law of identity. A is A -- and Man is Man. Rights are conditions of existence required by man's nature for his proper survival.If man is to live on earth, it is right for him to use his mind, it is right to act on his own free judgment, it is right to work for his values and to keep the product of his work. If life on earth is his purpose, he has a right to live as a rational being: nature forbids him the irrational. Any group, any gang, any nation that attempts to negate man's rights, is wrong, which means: is evil, which means: is anti-life."

- John Galt