Lame-duck governor's inspiring words in defense of liberty
The winner of the presidential straw poll (pdf) at this week's American Conservative Union's CPAC Conference wants to bring our troops home, legalize hemp, and end the "war on drugs." He'd be OK with non-"disruptive" openly-gay service members, he thinks banks shouldn't be "too big to fail," ... More >>
--Steven Tyler broke his shoulder and received some stitches in his head after falling off the stage during Aerosmith's show Wednesday in Sturgis, South Dakota (he's not dead, as some sites were reporting). Billie Perry, wife of guitarist Joe Perry, wrote on her Twitter: "[Tyler] hit his hea ... More >>
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