Pistols & Petticoats
I want a government so small it’s theorized about by particle physicists.
Davi Barker (via moralanarchism)
Tariffs, quotas and other import restrictions protect the business of the rich at the expense of high cost of living for the poor. Their intent is to deprive you of the right to choose, and to force you to buy the high-priced inferior products of politically favored companies.
Alan Burris (via paleolibertarian)
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Don’t just question authority. Also question obedience to authority. One with the other won’t do much good. If you question authority but are obedient what’s the point?
Talking about why I don’t vote or participate in the political process. (via moralanarchism)
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THIS IS A CRIME.
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19-Year-Old Dies Naked On Cell Floor Of Gangrene; Lawsuits Target Deaths In Madison County Jail - informationliberation
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — Three times last year Madison County jailers watched small-time criminals die before their eyes, according to a series of three lawsuits filed in federal court.
Each argues that Madison County withholds the most basic medical care in order to save money, banking on the insurance of the medical contractor to cover any resulting lawsuits.
The lawsuits are filled with maladies long ago conquered by modern medicine. Death by gangrene, from broken bones, from constipation.
Deundrez Woods, a 19-year-old from Huntsville, was arrested for shoplifting Star Wars DVDs at Wal-Mart in June of 2013 and then for passing a phony $100 bill in July. He was sent to jail, the suit asserts, where a wound in his foot became infected and he died.
At first, he behaved normally. The suit states as gangrene took hold, he suffered a “severe and sudden change in mental functioning,” began hallucinating and could no longer communicate.
"Woods’ mental status change was due to that infection, and he ultimately died from a blood clot that originated in his gangrenous foot," reads the complaint filed in U.S. District Court on Tuesday.
Instead of receiving treatment, the suit states, Woods was placed in a “medical observation cell” on Aug. 6, 2013. He had no access to water after Aug. 12. There is no record of him eating after Aug. 14. No nurses visited him after Aug. 14.
The suit contends that as his rotting foot began to stink, guards dragged him from the cell on Aug. 17, sprayed him down with water and placed him in a new cell.
"Still, no correction officer or ACH nurse did anything to even check Woods, let alone help him," reads the complaint. The suit contends that jail records show no one took his temperature, checked his blood sugar or assessed his condition. "The gangrenous wound on top of his right foot was clearly visible had anyone bothered to look."
"Woods went from normal, to aggressive and disruptive, to barely responsive, to all but dead as correction and medical staff watched."
Pair of Westley Richards 30 bore Double Barrelled Holster Pistols.
Extraordinary gold damascened Astra 300 pistol with pearl grips.
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Life is furious, frantic, temporary, we come into it in a bloody frenzy, fighting our way into the world, and with the first breath we are doomed. The birth cry is a scream of outrage.