The Real Velvet Revolution

June 14, 2012

A reminder that Team Kimberlin has stolen the name from real heroes, and that while we revile the tattered polyester adolescent “Velvet Revolution,” we admire the real Velvet Revolution. The original one. Never get the genuine Velvet Revolution confused with Kimberlin’s cheap American knockoff—you know, the one with the Tovex residue all over it.

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Ace’s Call to Action

June 8, 2012

The way Ace of Spades frames this issue appears tailored—at times—to addressing Brett Kimberlin’s threat to free speech as it if were unique. I’m not 100% certain that it is. I’d rather look at the types of bad actors that Kimberlin represents—such as unrepentant terrorists, cyber-stalkers, and masters of “lawfare”—and address those things individually, since [...]

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Today Is “Free Speech Friday”: Shine the Spotlight on Those Who Suppress Expression

June 7, 2012

Are you ready? This is a day for getting in touch with your legislators—both the Federal ones and those in your state capitol building. And it’s a day for writing your favorite mainstream media outlets—if they are someone other than ABC or Fox—to politely enquire why they aren’t covering the story of Brett Kimberlin versus [...]

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I Believe . . .

June 7, 2012

That when President Clinton said that Obama could suck his dick, what he really meant was that he liked having his dick sucked . . . by interns or people like that. And that he’s just so old and confused that he gets sitting President mixed up with interns and suchlike. So that’s how it [...]

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The Latest Kimberlin News

June 4, 2012

Patterico documents the lies that Brett Kimberlin told under oath in order to get Aaron Walker arrested. Meanwhile, Kimberlin and his crew are going after Ali Akbar of the National Bloggers Club, and Ace will be leading a Day of Silence for Bloggers this coming Friday, as we start to ramp up the pressure on [...]

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Maryland’s Legal “Catch-22″

May 29, 2012

I’ve been waiting for someone with a legal background and access to first-hand accounts of today’s hearing to explain how it was that Aaron Walker got arrested today at the hearing regarding that “peace order” that Brett Kimberlin bogusly* filed against him. Finally, Patterico weighed in. Here’s Pat: From what I know of the hearing, [...]

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Free Aaron Walker!

May 29, 2012

Aaron Walker was arrested today at the conclusion of the hearing over the “peace order” (restraining order) filed against him by convicted Speedway Bomber Brett Kimberlin. There is some dispute here over whether the arrest had to do with the peace order itself—over speech, that is, which would be unconstitutional—or whether it was in connection [...]

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The Latest Kimberlin-Related News

May 27, 2012

A few notes from Kimberwatchers around the ‘sphere: • Aaron Walker’s Peace Order hearing is Tuesday morning in Rockville, Maryland, so if you’re in the mid-Atlantic area and have the time, you might want to attend, and support Aaron: Kimberlin, who in 1981 was sentenced to 50 years in federal prison for his Indiana bombing [...]

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How to Fight the “Blue Model” at the Municipal Level

May 26, 2012

Meadia has the story of one California town that is doing some really interesting things to balance its budget, generate income, fight crime, and attract business. My own town used to be a nice free-market oasis in the Los Angeles Basin, but it’s done some funky things lately, such as outlawing smoking on apartment balconies [...]

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The Ultimate Rant About Brett Kimberlin

May 25, 2012

Wormme (the World’s Only Rational Man) has decided to come out. And to dare that Kimberlin monster to take him on, before he harrasses any more families with underage kids: If you kidnapped me and tortured me to death, I’d never be terrified of YOU. Sure, the pain would scare me. I might even die [...]

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I Was Going to Celebrate Brett Kimberlin Day

May 25, 2012

. . . but I cannot imagine I’d be able to do it with the panache that Popehat brings to the subject. Ken of Popehat also “gets” the most salient fact about the Kimberlin case, which is that although there is a political element to it, this is not a left-right issue—and, in fact, we [...]

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Why Is Fidelity Investments Are People With Accounts at Fidelity and Schwab Giving Money to the Speedway Bomber?

May 23, 2012

And why do the mainstream media continue to ignore this Cape Fear-like story? Convicted domestic terrorist and compulsive liar Brett Kimberlin has been attacking those who expose his past—using “lawfare,” veiled threats of violence, and the targeting of people’s livelihoods. His most prominent victims in the past few years have been Aaron Worthing and his [...]

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The Avengers, Why We Need Heroic Storylines, and What Entertainment People Can Do About It

May 18, 2012

Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd note all the subversively pro-American messaging in The Avengers (in the middle third of this installment of Poliwood): (Via Instapundit.) The spouse and I made it a point to see The Avengers within a week of its release, because I wanted to experience the story before people got sloppy [...]

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And So, It Turns Out . . .

May 18, 2012

that the President, in all likelihood, claimed to have been born in Kenya, after all. In order to advance his career. Yet for the past several years this has been treated as a sort of libel or slander the could only come from the kook right. I’m reminded of Jonah Goldberg, who points out in [...]

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Still Working on the eBook

May 14, 2012

It’s very hard to give up blogging; one is always searching for a substitute. Sometimes, on FaceBook, one finds it. I’m afraid that I’m still back in 2004 in the archives, and the news is mixed: on the one hand, there is a surprising number of publishable essays. I seem to find one in every [...]

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