Monday, July 16, 2012

Recommended Reading During The Peasant's Hiatus

My wonderful readers, your busy Peasant wants to take
just a few minutes from a breakneck schedule to recom-
mend a wonderful publication to you who appreciates
the conservative/libertarian commentary which I, your
beloved Peasant, provides here in this blog. I refer to
Freedom Weekly, a fine conservative publication that
is published here in Wisconsin and can also be enjoyed
online at for those of you who
reside outside of my home state. This outstanding paper
will satisfy your craving for conservative perspective
on the political and economic news of the day while
your burdened Peasant takes care of some urgent
matters in the latter half of this broiling month of July.
And the price is certainly fitting for these harsh eco-
nomic times; a copy of FW is free!

This unabashed conservative periodical gives attention to
and in-depth coverage to stories that the so-called main-
stream media either ignores, glosses over, or distorts
rather than reports. FW reports on election fraud,
pork-barrell spending, gun ownership rights, my state's
courageous governor Scott Walker and the successes
of his legislation and its benefits to Wisconsinites, as
well as national stories, i.e. Obamacare, illegal immi-
gration and border security, the national debt and
deficit, along with the latest news on the presidential
campaign. FW also shares some witticisms on the
events on the political scene, such as this gem from
the latest edition:

"Ineptocracy: A system of government where the
least capable to lead are elected by the least capable
of producing, and where the members of society least
likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded
with goods and services paid for by the confiscated
wealth of a diminishing number of producers."

If this weren't the truth of the state of affairs here in
our great country one could have a big belly laugh.

So anyway, pick up a copy of FW or visit them
online anytime. Your favorite Peasant shall return
as soon as he can with some more observations
on the political and economic scene! Keep the


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