Kricket Slik is a Canadian citizen known to travel in libertarian and reactionary circles. She alternatively describes herself as a national socialist or a libertarian, depending on what man she is attempting to bait. She won the Canadian lottery when she was 21, and at the time of this writing I believe she is 27. She’s also my ex-girlfriend, and mother to my dead child. As I write this, she is in Canada, calling every law enforcement agency in the
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I have an important public service announcement for everyone who changed their Facebook and other profile photos to a rainbow recently. Absent some massive desire for more color in your life, you probably did this to celebrate the United States Supreme Court magically creating a constitutional “right” to a marriage license for gay people. Didn’t you? I suppose you think this makes you quite tolerant, and forward thinking, but it doesn’t. I imagine you think you’re advancing freedom, but you’re not.
I went to visit family in New York for Christmas, but the visit didn’t last very long. My father is a retired IRS agent, and my mother is a Catholic. You may have heard that I’m an anarchist, and an atheist. During dinner, a political discussion erupted. Of course, being the most politically educated person at the table, I was able to refute the arguments of every State worshiping relative in attendance. Having a lifetime of State indoctrination defeated with
Henry Rayhons is a terrible person. As a Republican who has spent nine consecutive terms in the Iowa State legislature, he has voted for smoking bans, government intervention in marriage and employment, a ban on texting while driving, and surely countless other acts of government violence. He has supported increased State budgets across the board, he has opposed medical marijuana. This list could go on awhile, but suffice to say, I don’t like Henry Rayhons. These are good reasons for
Evan called into Free Talk Live looking for relationship advice. He had been out on one date with a woman, and his efforts to get a second date seemed rejected, so he stopped trying. The woman’s friend then approached Evan and said that she really did like him, and that he should ask her out again. Mark suggested that Evan throw the friend under the bus, and tell the woman that her friend had approached him. I disagreed. I told Evan that saying