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  • Satellite
    Satellite
    Satellite is a small, micro-budget independent film that went to a bunch of film festivals and got a bunch of great reviews….in 2005. Why is it taking so long to get a proper DVD release? Such is the fate of many small, micro-budget...
  • Al Sharpton adding gasoline to the racial fires in Ferguson
    Ferguson anarchy: Will reason prevail over racism?
    I already know some on the far left will answer this commentary with a claim that what I cite as fact here are not The Facts but merely My Facts, as if facts are nothing more than mere opinion. The is part of the moral relativism they tried to...
  • Johnny Rotten
    Irony in the U.K.: Sex Pistols singer says anarchy and rebellion is "idiotic"
    God may not wish to save the queen, but that hasn't discouraged Johnny Rotten from trying. The 58-year-old frontman of the dated pop punk band, the Sex Pistols, affirmed his support of statism and voting, in a grumpy criticism of Russell Brand...
  • Possible 2016 GOP presidential candidate: ‘2016 election may not happen’
    Possible 2016 GOP presidential candidate: ‘2016 election may not happen’
    As the U.S. continues to battle with high unemployment, low wages, illegal immigration disputes, federal debts, conflicts in the Middle East, and the threats of Islamic terrorism on U.S. soil, one possible GOP presidential candidate said on Sunday...
  • The Purge
    Review: The Purge (2013)
    The Purge was a relatively popular horror/thriller from last year that had some interesting ideas, but fell a little flat. Is The Purge a bad movie? No, but whether it is a good movie is a little more complicated than a yes.The Purge starts out...
  • Frank Grillo stars in 'The Purge: Anarchy'
    'The Purge: Anarchy' is a killer thriller that defies expectations
    The upcoming horror movie, “The Purge: Anarchy,” which is slated to hit theaters July 18, 2014 follows in the footsteps of the disappointing and overreaching “The Purge.” Although the film promises to be a horror film, just...
  • The Purge: Anarchy
    The Purge: Anarchy — We’re all doomed!
    Last year when the mediocrely-written abomination that was The Purge came out we called it a “well-made film that is based on an entirely stupid and completely untenable concept that hinges on the high-concept premise of a legalized release...
  • Spy Vs Spy
    Libertarian? Anarchy? Voluntaryism? Just call it Non-Coercion
    What should people make of an apparently serious political organization called "Anarchists who obey the Law Party"?Whenever the baggage-carrying word "anarchy" is hyphenated with another controversially-contagious word –...
  • 'The Purge: Anarchy' Looks to be Grittier than Original
    'The Purge: Anarchy' Looks to be Grittier than Original
    The trailer for "The Purge: Anarchy" has hit the net. And just by judging by the trailer alone, it appears that this sequel intends to explore more of the night where all crime, including murder, is legal.In the original "Purge"...
  • The Anarchist cookbook
    A government of laws and not of men
    A plagiarization of this phrase written by John Adams seems to be one of the many statements Obama likes to use in regards to illegal immigrants. When defending his selective enforcement of immigration laws he manages with a straight face to say ...
  • 'The Lord of the Flies' (1963)
    DVD review: 'The Lord of the Flies' (1963)
    'The Lord of the Flies' is one of the most famous examples of a story where an island doesn't equate to paradise. Include rowdy, violent children and you have an effective, natural contraceptive.The version in question for this review...
  • Josh Sapan
    AMC CEO, Josh Sapan envisions a Stateless free market society
    Comic creator, Robert Kirkman describes The Walking Dead as “the zombie movie that never ends” and “the sequel to virtually every zombie movie ever made.” Even as AMC gears up for the fourth season, the comic continues,...
  • Libertarian finishes second
    Libertarian finishes second in UK, still running strong worldwide
    Those who still see political contests as horseraces will be distressed that a Libertarian in England came in second in his bid to unseat a stronger, better financed competitor.The subject here, as revealed in an earlier Libertarian News Examiner...
  • Toronto man has rare piece of Alcatraz history
    Toronto man has rare piece of Alcatraz history
    On Monday, a 39-year-old company president in Canada, who asked not to be identified in this article, spoke exclusively to Examiner.com about how an original printing of "Uncle Sam's Devil's Island," by Philip Grosser—a...
  • Anarchy NYC
    A brief recap of Anarchy in the NYC
    On Saturday, April 20, 2013 at Work in Progress in New York, N.Y., liberty activists met for the Anarchy in the NYC event. The event was MC'ed by podcaster Michael Silva. Tickets to the event costed $19 and sold out well before the event...