BFP Select Nightly News & Editorials- October 30, 2013

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  1. RE: Podcast 1: Traces of Reality- The Truth Behind The Walking Dead, Liberty vs. Authority in Pop Culture with Dr. Paul Cantor

    Custer died for your sins, Guillermo!

    The USA was founded in a struggle against PRIVATE government.

    Let us know if you believe in any public interest please. Is there such a thing as a public, in your mind? Do you read comments here? I know you’re busy, so take your time.

    I grew up in the Black Hills, speaking of Deadwood. Just a few hundred yards from a tree where they hanged horse thieves and a giant sandstone rock that the settlers carved their names into hundreds of years ago, letting other family who came later, know that they had made it that far. And modern parents would scratch in the name of their newborn babies. And kids would climb on it and look at the sunset. That landmark is now privately owned. The landmark that tells us about “Western Justice” has been moved down the road, replaced by a sign that says “Keep Out!”. I think we need a little more western justice, but not the cowboy kind, if you know what Custer got.

    I was surrounded by individualism in culture and schools. There was definitely not a collectivist conspiracy! And Custer was a hero. But he got his ears cleaned, when he didn’t listen to the people.

    Sibel, I’m going to keep asking, hoping the conversation can move forward, instead of repeat and repeat and repeat this delusional individualism. War movies that you saw in childhood have a lot in common with the westerns these guys are holding up for their individualism.

    Government will exist, be it public or private. All contracts and agreements include government. Have you heard what kinds of private government these ANCAPs are proposing? Please ask Corbett or Jimenez to respond to this point and stop being tricked and tricking others into thinking about a false dichotomy between government and individual. Thanks!

  2. Yikes. Robert Merry’s “NSA’s Bay of Pigs” piece is, um, interesting. The man says with a straight face that Allen Dulles, Charles Cabell and Richard Bissell are “all honest and highly effective public servants.” Uh huh. And he gets the history wrong on the aborted strike on Castro’s air force, in order to blame Kennedy.

    After an intro like that, I never quite made it to the bit about the NSA. People, a defender of Allen Dulles is no critic of the spies. With allies like that we don’t need any enemies.

    I suppose a link to an article doesn’t necessarily imply endorsement, but this one is bad enough to be really quite jarring.

  3. Xicha: well said, as always. Strongly agree.

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