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Monday, 24 December 2012

Guns aren’t the problem, and never really were

Current mood: irate, pissed

——– Original Message ——–
Subject: Fwd: Guns aren’t the problem, and never really were
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2012 22:16:38
From: Mike Blessing
To: LPNM Discussion list @ Yahoo!, My Public Email Archive, The Weekly Sedition @ Yahoo!, New Mexicans for Liberty
BCC: [80 individuals]

Re: Gun Arguments Die in Latest Massacre

——– Original Message ——–
Subject: Guns aren’t the problem, and never really were
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2012 01:51:55
From: Libertarian Party of New Mexico <lpnm.chair@gmail.com>
To: <llinthicum@abqjournal.com>, <opinion@abqjournal.com>

“And it’s time for Americans to stop talking about our individual rights and start accepting our collective responsibilities.”

With that one sentence, Ms. Linthicum disavows the one thing that separates America from the rest of the world – the United States is the only country with the notion of individual rights written into its core documents: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

She says “I don’t want to hear that it’s not guns that are the problem, people are.” Well, she’s going to, and not just from me, from what I see on the Journal’s website. Because it’s the truth. Inanimate objects such as guns, knives and baseball bats don’t cause violent crime, as she alleges. That’s like saying cars cause drunk driving.

Then she says she doesn’t want to hear about how an armed teacher could have prevented the tragedy. Again, she doesn’t want to hear the truth. She’s got an agenda to promote and doesn’t want anything to get in the way.

Fact is, Linthicum’s pet cause of victim disarmament legislation has been a stagnant one since the year 2000. Twenty dead kids in a public school is just what she needed to bring it back to life.

Why hasn’t she asked any questions about Adam Lanza’s psychiatric state at the time of the tragedy? Was he doped up on Ritalin, Prozac or any other anti-depressant?

And about the shootings themselves:

Why is it that not many (if any) people shoot up private schools or religious schools like this? What makes the public schools so special in this regard?

Why is it that there’s never any coverage of these sort of incidents happening with homeschooling families? After all, quite a few of those in the homeschooling movement are also supporters and exercisers of the right to own and carry weapons.

Why is it that these sorts of shootings never seem to happen at gun shows, at gun stores or at shooting ranges? After all, by Linthicum’s brand of thinking, these are the places that they should happen the most at – lots of guns present, lots of ammo present.

Anyway, Linthicum wants us to put our inalienable Constitutional, civil, God-given human rights aside for her notion of “collective responsibility.” Well, what happens when her side loses an election, and she becomes subordinate to someone else’s notion of “collective responsibility” – a version that she doesn’t particularly care for? Maybe then she’ll learn to appreciate that “outdated” notion of individual rights?

I can only hope so.

_______________________________________________________________________

Mike Blessing / Phone – 505-249-1248
State Chair, Libertarian Party of New Mexico

Who owns you? Who runs your life? Who should – you or someone else?
Freedom is the answer – what’s the question?

“If you wanna live long on your own terms
You gotta be willing to crash and burn”– Motley Crue, “Primal Scream”


NOTES

  1. Links to this post
  2. Reposted –
    1. Personal micro-blogs – Facebook / Google Plus / Twitter / Xanga
    2. Personal blogs – Blogspot / WordPress / Xanga / Yahoo!
    3. LPUSA / LPNMLPNM Blog / LPNM Official Facebook group / New Mexico Libertarians Facebook group / [LPNM-discuss] Yahoo! group
    4. The Weekly SeditionFacebook / WordPress / Yahoo!
    5. Duke City Fix / NMPolitics.org / Tea Party Nation

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Saturday, 11 August 2012

Krueger Lacks True Common Sense (and Balance)

Filed under: Politics, Self-Defense — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 12:53 AM (00:53)

Current mood: cynical

This was originally posted as a letter to the editor to The Albuquerque Journal on Monday, 30 July 2012.

In her “Up Front” column “Add Common Sense to Gun Law Arsenal” from 27 July, Joline Gutierrez Krueger attempts to stand atop the dead and injured of the Aurora movie shooting. The sad part is that in attempting just that, she stumbles from lack of balance – and common sense.

For example, she insinuates that higher crime rates in New Mexico are due to lenient gun laws (no supporting data was provided) – what does she say to those of us who say that the crime rate is due more to the something-for-nothing welfare state and Drug Prohibition?

What about Vermont, Alaska, Arizona and Wyoming, where people can carry concealed weapons without a permit? Why is it that crime rates per capita are lower in those states than in states with more restrictive gun laws?

She goes on to parrot a comment from Obama, who never understood the true purpose of the Second Amendment:

“I – like most Americans – believe that the Second Amendment guarantees an individual the right to bear arms . . . . But I also believe that a lot of gun owners would agree that AK-47s belong in the hands of soldiers and not in the hands of crooks. They belong on the battlefield of war, not on the streets of our cities.”

Remember that when Obama refers to guns “on the streets of our cities,” he’s really talking about the ones in your private possession. In the end, it doesn’t matter to him whether you’ve committed any sort of violent act or not.

When they wrote the Constitution and Bill of rights, both the Federalists and Anti-Federalists commented explicitly that they wanted the civilian population to have access to the military arms of the day. Back then, that was muzzle-loading flintlocks. Now it’s the Glock pistol, the AK-47, the M4 carbine, the MP-5 subgun and the MP7A1 PDW.

In much the same sense, the Founders never envisioned radio, television and the internet when they wrote the First Amendment, allegedly guaranteeing our rights to free speech and freedom of the press that Krueger uses for these columns. Should Krueger surrender her “assault keyboard” lest she write something that incites someone to commit a violent act? After all, the pen is mightier than the sword.

Finally, if Krueger’s point – “guns cause crime” – were true, then why don’t we hear about bloodbaths of the kind we saw in Aurora, at Fort Hood and Virginia Tech at gun shows and shooting ranges? Why don’t we see hunters killing each other over that perfect tree stand or duck blind?



Mike Blessing
State Chair, Libertarian Party of New Mexico
505-515-7015 / http://lpnm.us


Who owns you? Who runs your life? Who should – you or someone else?
Freedom is the answer – what’s the question?


NOTES

  1. Original article
  2. Reposted —
    1. Personal blogs – Xanga
    2. The Weekly SeditionWordPress


Copyright © 2012 Libertarian Party of New Mexico and Mike Blessing. All rights reserved.

Produced by KCUF Media, a division of Extropy Enterprises.

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Friday, 10 August 2012

Krueger Lacks True Common Sense (and Balance)

Current mood: cynical

This was originally posted as a letter to the editor to The Albuquerque Journal on Monday, 30 July 2012.

In her “Up Front” column “Add Common Sense to Gun Law Arsenal” from 27 July, Joline Gutierrez Krueger attempts to stand atop the dead and injured of the Aurora movie shooting. The sad part is that in attempting just that, she stumbles from lack of balance – and common sense.

For example, she insinuates that higher crime rates in New Mexico are due to lenient gun laws (no supporting data was provided) – what does she say to those of us who say that the crime rate is due more to the something-for-nothing welfare state and Drug Prohibition?

What about Vermont, Alaska, Arizona and Wyoming, where people can carry concealed weapons without a permit? Why is it that crime rates per capita are lower in those states than in states with more restrictive gun laws?

She goes on to parrot a comment from Obama, who never understood the true purpose of the Second Amendment:

“I – like most Americans – believe that the Second Amendment guarantees an individual the right to bear arms . . . . But I also believe that a lot of gun owners would agree that AK-47s belong in the hands of soldiers and not in the hands of crooks. They belong on the battlefield of war, not on the streets of our cities.”

Remember that when Obama refers to guns “on the streets of our cities,” he’s really talking about the ones in your private possession. In the end, it doesn’t matter to him whether you’ve committed any sort of violent act or not.

When they wrote the Constitution and Bill of rights, both the Federalists and Anti-Federalists commented explicitly that they wanted the civilian population to have access to the military arms of the day. Back then, that was muzzle-loading flintlocks. Now it’s the Glock pistol, the AK-47, the M4 carbine, the MP-5 subgun and the MP7A1 PDW.

In much the same sense, the Founders never envisioned radio, television and the internet when they wrote the First Amendment, allegedly guaranteeing our rights to free speech and freedom of the press that Krueger uses for these columns. Should Krueger surrender her “assault keyboard” lest she write something that incites someone to commit a violent act? After all, the pen is mightier than the sword.

Finally, if Krueger’s point – “guns cause crime” – were true, then why don’t we hear about bloodbaths of the kind we saw in Aurora, at Fort Hood and Virginia Tech at gun shows and shooting ranges? Why don’t we see hunters killing each other over that perfect tree stand or duck blind?


Mike Blessing
State Chair, Libertarian Party of New Mexico
505-515-7015 / http://lpnm.us

Who owns you? Who runs your life? Who should – you or someone else?
Freedom is the answer – what’s the question?


NOTES

  1. Original article
  2. Reposted —
    1. Personal blogs – WordPress
    2. The Weekly SeditionWordPress

Copyright © 2012 Libertarian Party of New Mexico and Mike Blessing. All rights reserved.

Produced by KCUF Media, a division of Extropy Enterprises.
This blog entry created with gedit and Notepad++.

Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Marilyn Steffen’s Radio Interview on the Internet

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 3:17 AM (03:17)

Current mood: excited

The radio interview with Marilyn Steffen (see last month’s issue of New Mexico Liberty or the LPNM blog) has been posted to the LPNM’s YouTube account in three parts –

The interview has also been posted to lpnm.us as a single MP3 file –

lpnm.us/MediaFiles/MarilynSteffenInterview-KOOT.mp3

Thanks to Allen Cogbill for posting it to the net!


NOTES

  1. Original article
  2. Reposted –
    1. KCUF Media
    2. The Weekly Sedition
    3. Partisans of the American Southwest
    4. New Mexico Liberty / NMPolitics.org / Patriot Action Network


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Monday, 30 May 2011

Marilyn Steffen’s Radio Interview on the Internet

Filed under: Correspondence, Revolution — Tags: , , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 10:48 PM (22:48)

Current mood: excited

The radio interview with Marilyn Steffen (see last month’s issue of New Mexico Liberty or the LPNM blog) has been posted to the LPNM’s YouTube account in three parts –

 

Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3

 

The interview has also been posted to lpnm.us as a single MP3 file –

lpnm.us/MediaFiles/MarilynSteffenInterview-KOOT.mp3

Thanks to Allen Cogbill for posting it to the net!


NOTES

  1. Original article


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Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Who Speaks for the Libertarians? (Letter to the Editor)

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 1:44 AM (01:44)

Current mood: predatory

Who Speaks for the Libertarians?

Apparently Kenneth M. Brown, former Board member of the Rio Grande Foundation (the same one headed by Paul Gessing), seems to think that he’s a mind-reader where libertarians are concerned. I’m citing his recent op-ed piece in the Albuquerque Journal (“Incentives Can Work, If Doled Out Wisely,” p. A7).

Here’s the comment that leads me to believe this:

“Libertarians hate this governmental intrusion.”

While we (libertarians, that is) might object passionately to such governmental intrusions into the economy, I hardly think that the word “hate” applies. We simply look to the historical record and note that when government stays out of the way, the average person “in the street” prospers more than when government is active in “running” the economy. As is often attributed to Thomas Jefferson, “That which governs best governs least.”

In fact, we as Libertarians are often divided over how fast to cut the State, how much to cut, and what should get cut first. I like to say that as a minimum, we shouldn’t advocate any more growth of government – the State should not expand in power, expense or intrusiveness. We’ll let everyone else argue over how much to grow the State.

Brown goes on to say, “A well-designed incentive will create more jobs per dollar of lost tax revenue than would a reduction of, say, two percentage points of a state’s top tax rate. The reason is that the incentive could be targeted to one firm and made to be worth much more to that firm than a statewide tax cut, and at a small fraction of the lost revenue.”

The fact remains that such incentives have often ended up as boondoggles here in New Mexico. After all of the back-room deals from 2003 to 2011, New Mexicans have every right to be skeptical of any sort of such “targeted incentives.”

My question for Brown is simply this: Why should I trust his judgment over what is and isn’t a “wise” choice where these “targeted incentives” are concerned? Thus I prefer making the tax and regulatory environment a level playing field, as opposed to Brown’s idea of mercantilist preferences.

Mike Blessing
State Chair, Libertarian Party of New Mexico
Phone – 505-515-7015 / Yahoo IM – mikewb1971

Who owns you? Who runs your life? Who should – you or someone else?
Freedom is the answer – what’s the question?


NOTES

  1. Original article / [LPNM-discuss]
  2. Reposted –
    1. Duke City Fix / New Mexico Liberty


Copyright © 2011 Libertarian Party of New Mexico. All rights reserved.

Produced by KCUF Media, a division of Extropy Enterprises. Webmaster Mike Blessing.
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Thursday, 28 October 2010

Questionnaire from the Alibi — My Answers

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 12:55 PM (12:55)

Name: Mike Blessing
Party: Libertarian Party / Boston Tea Party
District: 16
Website: http://mike4nmh16-2010.blogspot.com/
  1. What qualifies you for this position?

    I am a sapient (self-aware) resident, registered voter and taxpayer of the District.

    What qualifies me over my opponent? What qualifies him over me? What qualifies either of us over any other resident of the District?

    Beware the person who tells you that they have all the answers to all of your problems, if only you surrender a bit of your liberty to them. To paraphrase what Lord Acton said, “Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. All great men are bad men.” And no, I don’t see myself as being immune to this tendency.

  2. What should be done to address ethics reform and transparency?

    Open up all closed-door conference committees in the Legislature.

    Require that all State spending over $1000.00 be posted to a publicly-viewable website within twenty-four hours. Considering that you can be tracked in real time when you use your credit card to pay for gas, fast food, etc., this is a very doable idea.

    Allow private citizens to make audio and video recordings of all Legislative and regulatory-agency proceedings.

  3. How can we balance the state’s budget?

    We can start by using a zero-services baseline, and put all of the State budget onto the table for discussion.

    As for cutting specific budget items, we can start with the Rail Runner and the Film Office.

    Refrain from expanding existing programs without cause, or from creating new programs or agencies that do the jobs of existing agencies or programs. Consolidate duplicative programs and agencies. Require every agency and program to justify its existence and budget on an annual basis.

  4. Should New Mexico allow domestic partnerships for same-sex couples?

    Inasmuch as the State requires any form of permission slip for two consenting adults to engage in romantic or sexual relations, the State should NOT discriminate against anyone of the gay / lesbian / bisexual / transgender / polyamorous / kinky persuasions, especially when it’s often clear that such discrimination is done just because of this factor.

    Still, it should be remembered that marriage-licensing laws started out under “Jim Crow” in the post-Reconstruction South as a way to enforce segregation, by outlawing interracial marriages between whites and blacks.

  5. Do you favor rehabilitation instead of jail time for nonviolent drug offenders?

    The current “rehabilitation” programs offered by the State as an alternative to jail or prison can often be more intrusive and onerous than incarceration.

    Instead, let’s try repealing the stupidity, insanity and evil known as Drug Prohibition. Consider that all it really does is corrupt law enforcement. Until I hear otherwise, I will assume that anyone who supports Drug Prohibition also supports the 10,000 drug-related murders per year in America caused by Drug Prohibition. Drugs being illegal won’t stop people from wanting them, and someone else will find ways to make money providing them.

  6. What do you think of the state’s film initiatives?

    The Film Office is just as much a corporate welfare handout program as was Isotopes Stadium when it was built, as is the Balloon Fiesta Park. Eliminate them from the public budgets, and then cut the gross receipts tax, cut the personal income tax, so that poor people can save some more money to support their kids. Let the Hollywood studios, all owned by multimillionaires, pay their own way. How many of the jobs created by the production companies still exist after the movie is completed?

  7. How can we improve public education?

    APS is one of the State’s biggest spenders and employers, yet apparently the following was written by someone in the eighth grade:

    ABOUT THE “All Work, No Play” article, I disagree with the run artical on how if the students do poorly on the standard based test then they cant have an elective. I feel bad that you feeled on the test.

    See http://tinyurl.com/2a7fmuf for more.

    And we should give APS MORE money?! When I was that age, I would have been ashamed to write that. Is APS even fixable?

    I’m more focused on charter schools, private schools, and homeschoolers.

  8. Should New Mexico change its laws surrounding immigration?

    All of this hysteria about Mexicans coming north like Genghis Khan’s Golden Horde is just that – hysteria. Joe Miller, the Alaska GOP’s candidate for U.S. Senate, unwittingly reinforced my point when he said that East Germany was “effective” about enforcing its border around West Berlin – http://tinyurl.com/25mf2ml – nice guy, isn’t he?

    Seriously, what kind of society do we want to end up with – one with fences, walls, scanners, regulations and subgun-toting guards all over the place, or one where people can interact with each other on a basis of voluntary consent?

  9. What kind of infrastructure improvements does your district require?

    The usual kinds that just about every other district needs – the roads are the most visible ones. Driving around some parts of Albuquerque can be like four-wheeling, considering the potholes, cracks, bumps, etc. that I often see around town. This is what we spend millions on road bonds for every two years?! There has to be a better way to build roads.

    One thing that needs doing around here is speed-bump removal – people still routinely go over them at 40 MPH, and I wouldn’t want to be a patient in an ambulence going over them.

  10. What issues do your constituents care about most?

    I haven’t had the cash to do any surveys or polling, but I’m guessing that they would want their individual rights to life, liberty, property and the pursuit of happiness to be respected by State government. I suspect that they want to provide for themselves and their families in a productive manner by interacting with others on a basis of mutual consent. State (and local, and federal) government should do what it can to defend that liberty, while not infringing that same liberty. Other than protecting those freedoms, government should leave people to their own devices.


NOTES

  1. Original articlealibi.com page
  2. Reposted –
    1. Personal blogs – Xanga
    2. KCUF Media
    3. New Mexico Liberty / The BTPNM Blog / The LPNM Blog

Copyright © 2010 Mike Blessing. All rights reserved.   

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Friday, 15 October 2010

Unsolicited Good Press in the Alibi

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 10:15 AM (10:15)


Even when we’re dead in the water, we can still get good press – It Ain’t Easy Being Green – Or Libertarian, or Independent . . .

Here’s the important part of the article for right now[1]:

Libertarians

Though New Mexico has no third-party candidates in statewide or national races this year, the Libertarians do have two for state Legislature seats, which represent small districts. The Libertarians filed the necessary signatures to get their party on the ballot and then collected more for their candidates.

Mike Blessing is running as a write-in in District 16 against Democratic Rep. Antonio “Moe” Maestas. Mark Curtis is running in District 19 on the ballot against Republican Anthony Romo and Democratic incumbent Rep. Sheryl Williams Stapleton[2]. The Libertarian Party is a minor party in New Mexico with 2,249 members as of March 2010.

The state’s Libertarian chairperson, Jay Vandersloot, says the point is not to disrupt election results. “Some people say the Libertarian Party draws votes from Republicans, and some say it pulls from Democrats. Libertarians are fiscally conservative and ideologically liberal. Our purpose is not to draw votes from another party.” Instead, he says, they’re in the race to win. They also want to promote an ideology that upholds the Constitution, and values liberty and freedom. “Candidates have been swayed by other candidates.”

But it’s hard for the party to find contenders. “The Libertarian view is such that we just want to be able to live our lives without interference from others or government,” Vandersloot says. “So a lot of us are not interested in running in politics. Those that do run feel strongly enough that they need to get in there – not to be a career politician – but to get in there and make a change for the better.”


NOTES

  1. Links to the campaigns of Mark Curtis and myself added on my end.
  2. For those wanting to help out, Mark can be contacted at 505-256-1993 or macurtis@webtv.net
  3. Reposted –
    1. Personal blogs – Xanga
    2. KCUF Media — Xanga / New Mexico’s Consumer Advocate / The Weekly Sedition
    3. New Mexico Liberty / Mike Blessing for State Representative

Copyright © 2010 Mike Blessing. All rights reserved.   

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Friday, 17 September 2010

Support “Adam Vs The Man” and the message of liberty! PLEASE READ AND SHARE

Filed under: Listening, Politics, Viewing — Tags: , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 11:22 AM (11:22)

by Adam Kokesh on Monday, September 13, 2010 at 11:40pm

Dear friends of liberty and fans of radio ads,

My radio show, Adam Vs The Man on KIVA 1550 AM, has been rocking and rolling for over a month now and the audience has been growing organically without ANY promotion outside of my own facebook page. We have secured a slot on the local public access TV station (Saturday from midnight to 2am)[1] to play the best of the week from our UStream feed from the webcam in the studio. We are also getting more frequent local callers (at first, most callers were from outside of NM, listening or watching online) which is a good sign that more and more people are deliberately tuning in to the radio broadcast!

The broadcast radius covers over one million potential listeners from Santa Fe to Socorro including the entire Albuquerque metro area. We also draw a unique audience of liberty lovers online with a growing base of loyal daily listeners. The audience of Adam Vs The Man tends to be younger, affluent, politically inclined, and of course, spends lots of money on consumer goods and services with a flagrant disregard for authority. Statistics routinely show that a talk show audience is much more engaged and attentive to the broadcast than, for example, an easy listening audience. The point is that our broadcast advertisements do get heard; they are not just background noise.

Without the financial support of sponsors, we cannot maintain our deal with the radio station, but as the show continues to grow, you will be glad to have gotten in while it was cheap! If you are interested in reaching out to the local audience of over one million potential listeners covered by our broadcast radius and our distinct online audience, please consider signing up for one of the following sponsorship packages:

$150 / week

  • Sponsor credit during Adam Vs The Man
  • 5 30-second ads per week during the show
  • 14 30-second ads during prime time on KIVA 1550AM
  • Banner ad at adamvstheman.com

$250 / week

  • Sponsor credit during Adam Vs The Man
  • 5 live 60-second endorsements per week during the show (great way to reach online audience, as ads will be cut out of the final podcast)
  • 21 30-second ads during prime time on KIVA 1550AM, 3/day
  • Banner ad with top placing at adamvstheman.com

$350 / week

  • Sponsor credit during Adam Vs The Man
  • 5 live 60-second endorsements per week during the show
  • 5 30-second ads per week during the show
  • 28 30-second ads during prime time on KIVA 1550AM, 4/day
  • Banner ad with top placing at adamvstheman.com plus a rotating feature at the top of the page

Individual ads to play during Adam Vs The Man:

  • 30-second ad: $20
  • 60-second ad: $25
  • 60-second live endorsement: $50

In addition, if you sign up for 13 weeks of $250/week sponsorship, the station will throw in 14 additional 30-second ads on our sister station, Real Oldies 1600. Sign up for 13 weeks of $350/week sponsorship and it’s 21 more ads. We can do all the audio production here in the studio. If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at (505) 899-5029. If you can’t reach me there, please feel free to ask for our executive producer, Mark Owen, or email me at adamvstheman@gmail.com.

Any advertising message takes time to generate a response. We suggest an initial commitment of 13 weeks, which will extend well into the holiday shopping season. After the initial advertising period, we will suggest specific promotional tie-ins to allow each sponsor to measure the direct impact. I would be happy to consider any and all possibilities for on air give-aways of your product or service for free exposure.

Thank you for your continued support of the message of liberty.

Love, faith, respect,

Adam Kokesh


NOTES

  1. If you’re not a subscriber to Albuquerque Comcast, you can watch over the internet at the Channel 27 site. NOTE: You will need to have MS Windows Media Player or the MS Windows Media components for Quicktime installed to see the show. Unix-based OS users, consult your local LUG for assistance if needed.
  2. Original article
  3. Reposted –
    1. KCUF Media – Blogspot / Xanga
    2. Mike Blessing for State Representative

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Sunday, 8 February 2009

Announcing — CNM Dissent

Filed under: Blogging / Writing, Education, Networking, Politics — Tags: , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 7:03 PM (19:03)

Current mood: awake

Announcing the arrival of CNM Dissent, a weblog / site dedicated to exposing and commenting upon corruption amongst the administration and administration-sanctioned student groups, and the general “leftist” (really crypto-fascist) idiocy that exists on college campuses.

Submissions are hereby solicited for posting. While I may not be able to pay for those submissions in cash FRNs, I am perfectly willing to give proper credit, including links back to the author’s site and/or blog.

Mike Blessing,
   Executive Heretic, KCUF Media
   Founder, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, CNM Dissent


NOTES

  1. Reposted –
    1. KCUF Media – Myspace
    2. LPUSA / LPNMCNM Libertarians

Copyright © 2009 Mike Blessing. All rights reserved.
Produced by KCUF Media, a division of Extropy Enterprises.
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