78 year old Ray McGovern Beat Up by Capitol Police

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statism, democrats, republicans, big government, meme graphic, awesome graphic design, word art, big governmentIn yet more ominous behavior exhibited by the State, 78 year old Ray McGovern, a 27 year CIA analyst for U.S. Presidents, was hauled from the U.S. Senate Chambers yesterday (May 9, 2018) by Capitol Police. While McGovern was being dragged from the Chambers for asking questions and protesting Gina Haspel (who is said to have been involved in the torture of people), the officers repeatedly yelled at their victim to “Stop resisting”, although no resistance could be seen and was likely a tactic to cover their butts if they happened to inflict any injury. Which they did by re-injuring McGovern’s dislocated shoulder. McGovern has also appeared on the Tom Woods Show – most recently here on Episode 1150 – Is There Anything to Russiagate? Thoughts on statism, the police state or police brutality? Let us know in the comments! Also check out Libertopia’s own artwork page here (with tons of great libertarian memes, infographics and awesome cartoons) or check out our unique t-shirts, coffee cups and so much more over at the Libertopia store!

  • Read more at Consortium News
  • Also check out The White Rose: Passive Resistance (6 pages) Learn more about the White Rose movement, a passive resistance group of whistleblowers who sought to help educate and raise awareness of the horrific crimes committed by the Nazi government.

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KIDS Dying at the Hands of the State?

Statism, awesome cartoons, cartoon, socialism, government healthcare, Alfie Evans, United Kingdom, Charlie GardNot sure what’s going on in the United Kingdom these days, but they once had such a great legacy of peacefully emancipating slaves and standing against a horrific Fascist regime known for it’s murder of men, women and children. But with the very sad deaths of Charlie Gard and Alfie Evans, it seems like the State is once against taking a massive dump on the people. Do our young people matter? Does decency and the sanctity of human life mean anything to the State? Or are we just pawns used for generating more tax dollars for special interest projects?

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Exclusive Cartoon: Make America Kill AGAIN!

Breaking News! What with the latest news coming out of Oceania headquarters (that’s a 1984 reference for you all just in case), we thought this awesome illustration would pay homage to our MAGA dear leader and all his wonderful neo-con propaganda churning cronies out there. Hail Oceania! Thoughts on Trump, Syria and all the other hysteria spewed forth from the lips of Democrats and Republicans? Let us know! And as always, keep laughing at the absurdity of it all. Also be sure to check out the rest of our fun political cartoons on our illustrations page, or check out our amazing store with great libertarian / voluntaryist / ancap t-shirts and so much  more!

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Exclusive Cartoon: March for Life?

march fore life, cartoon, abortion, planned parenthood, gun control, awesome cartoonsThoughts on the March for Life rally, the gun control debate, the 2nd Amendment, angry millennials, planned parenthood, leftist hyposcrisy or any other topic? Leave a comment! And don’t forget – if you like what we’re doing here, you can also check us out at our Libertopia Patreon page and throw a buck or two our way! We’ve got some great gifts and other cool stuff for our donors! Plus, check out Libertopia’s own artwork page here (with tons more of our fun political cartoons, memes and more) or download our 60 page art e-book at Libertopia: Collection One for only 99 cents! Plus, check out our unique libertarian / voluntaryist / ancap  t-shirts, coffee cups and so much more over at the Libertopia store

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Forget Safespace…how about Safe State?

Forget safespaces – the snowflakes on the SJW left and the neo-con right now want a safe state! Thoughts on big government, statism, the police state, leftism or establishment propaganda? Leave a comment! And don’t forget – if you like what we’re doing here, don’t forget that you can also check us out at our Libertopia Patreon page and throw a buck or two our way! We’ve got some great gifts and other cool stuff for our donors! Plus, check out Libertopia’s own artwork page here, download our 60 page art e-book at Libertopia: Collection One for only 99 cents, or check out our unique libertarian / voluntaryist / ancap  t-shirts, coffee cups and so much more over at the Libertopia store

 

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What the Left Doesn’t Want you to Know about the Battle of Athens

With the current heated debate over gun rights and the 2nd Amendment of the United States Constitution (which serves to affirm our natural rights…rights we have whether the State recognizes them or not), I thought it might be interesting to talk briefly about the Battle of Athens. If you’re like a lot of people, you probably haven’t heard about this event. I know I hadn’t until a few years ago, which is kind of surprising considering how much the media and the left constantly drone on about historical “milestones” revolving around identity politics. But I guess this doesn’t really fit the narrative, since it’s about the South, and regular folks resisting their local government (and perhaps even a form of the Police State) by exercising their right to keep and bear arms.

The Battle of Athens, which happened in the early hours of August 1, 1946 in McMinn County, Tennessee, was the result of some 3,000 veterans returning home at the end of World War II. They were unhappy to discover the roughshod political corruption, fraud, control over newspapers and schools, and police “fee gathering” that had been going on in McMinn County while they were away from home. A couple of servicemen had even been shot and killed by the police while home on leave. Like an self-respecting southerner, these guys decided to do something about it. So like any sensible group of people would do, they organized and decided to run a number of nonpartisan candidates for positions in the local government.

However, the county sheriff and the political machine evidently felt threatened by such activity, and brought in 200 armed deputies to intimidate people at the polls. Former veterans were beaten, and one poll watcher was reportedly shot. After multiple other incidents, the sheriff opted to take the ballot boxes to the jail for counting.

Much of the McMinn County citizenry smelled a rat (so to speak), so the former vets gathered up their firearms and ammo and laid siege to the jail. After gunfire was exchanged, the GIs dynamited the jail during the early hours of August 2 and forced the occupants inside to surrender. After posting guards to secure the ballots, the votes were counted and the corrupt government leaders were voted out.

Miraculously no one was killed, although there were quite a number who were seriously injured and required hospitalization. However, the people of McMinn County, Tennessee were once again free to enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Something they might not have been able to do if the citizens were only armed with sling shots and squirt guns. So…still confused about why guys like Thomas Jefferson believed the right of the people to keep and bear arms was, and is, such an important issue?

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Gun Rights vs. Abortion

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We here at Libertopia are certainly very sad for the victims of violence in Florida (and elsewhere throughout the world). But we believe that the current hysteria from the left in favor of restricting our natural rights as advertised in the 2nd Amendment, under the guise of “saving the children”, seems hypocritical when considering their support for the millions of unborn children slaughtered through abortion. Just something to think about!

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