The President, Congress and the Department of Homeland Security may think it’s legal to spy on the Land of the Free by deploying thousands of drones over the skies of America, but the residents of Deer Trail, Colorado have a different idea.
Not only are they set to vote on hunting licenses authorizing the
shoot-down of unmanned aerial vehicles hovering over their town, but
they’ll be issued a $100 bounty if they can prove they did it:
A national DNA database is coming. Barack Obama has already said that he wants one. A major Supreme Court decision last month
paved the way for one. The DNA of those that commit “serious crimes”
is already being routinely collected all over the nation. Some states (such as New Jersey)
are now passing laws that will require DNA collection from those
charged with committing “low level crimes”. And a law that was passed
under George W. Bush allows the federal government to screen the DNA of
all newborn babies in the United States. So how long will it be before
we are all required to give DNA samples to the authorities? How long
will it be before DNA collection is routinely done when we take a trip
to the DMV?
This may sound like science fiction to some people, but “security
experts” and law enforcement personnel all over the country are now
pushing for a national DNA database to be established.
If you've been paying attention to the details of Vernon Hershberger's trial, the bigger picture is completely insane. The final result
was a less punitive fine of $1,000 and $513 in court costs that a
supporter covered on Vernon's sentencing day. He was found not guilty on
three criminal charges relating to lack of licensing to distribute
fresh foods, and guilty on the last count of breaking a food holding
order. The jury members, however, are feeling jilted.
Hat's off to author David Gumpert
for always being there when a farmer like Vernon is on the stand - and
we can always count on him to pick up all the interesting nuances that
often get overlooked in news stories.
He follows up on the trial by documenting the reactions of the jurors
now that the State aggression has come to an end - hopefully forever in
Vernon's case. But it's not over for them, not a chance. They feel lied
to and railroaded into potentially jailing and fining a peaceful farmer.
The State slight of hand actually succeeded in drawing more attention
to food freedom and the benefits of nutritionally dense foods.
The jury has now caught on to the crazy cover-up tactics listed below...
Elizabeth Daly went to jail over a case of bottled water. According to the Charlottesville Daily
Progress, shortly after 10 p.m. April 11, the University of Virginia
student bought ice cream, cookie dough and a carton of LaCroix sparkling
water from the Harris Teeter grocery store at the popular Barracks Road
Shopping Center. In the parking lot, a half-dozen men and a woman
approached her car, flashing some kind of badges. One jumped on the
hood. Another drew a gun. Others started trying to break the windows. Daly understandably panicked. With her roommate in the passenger seat
yelling “Go, go, go!” Daly drove off, hoping to reach the nearest
police station. The women dialed 911. Then a vehicle with lights and
sirens pulled them over, and the situation clarified: The people who had
swarmed Daly’s vehicle were plainclothes agents of the Virginia
Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. The agents had thought the
sparkling water was a 12-pack of beer.
Did the ABC’s enforcers apologize? Not in the
slightest. They charged Daly with three felonies: two for assaulting an
officer (her vehicle had grazed two agents; neither was hurt) and one
for eluding the police.
A couple of weeks after her ordeal, a 61-year-old man in Tennessee was
killed when the police executed a drug raid on the wrong house. A few weeks later, in another wrong-house raid, police officers killed a
dog belonging to an Army veteran. These are not isolated incidents; for
more information, visit the interactive map at www.cato.org/raidmap.
Last week, A.J. Marin was arrested in Harrisburg, Pa., for writing in
chalk on the sidewalk. Marin was participating in a health care
demonstration outside Gov. Tom Corbett’s residence when he wrote,
“Governor Corbett has health insurance, we should too.” Authorities
charged Marin with writing “a derogatory remark about the governor on
the sidewalk.” The horror.
This follows the case of Jeff Olson, who chalked messages such as “Stop
big banks” outside branches of Bank of America last year. Law professor
Jonathan Turley reports that prosecutors brought 13 vandalism charges
against him. Moreover, the judge in the case recently prohibited Olson’s
attorney from “mentioning the First Amendment, free speech,” or
anything like them during the trial.
In May, a Texas woman was arrested for asking to see a warrant for the
arrest of her 11-year-old son. “She spent the night in jail while her
son was left at home,” reports Fox34 News.
Federal prosecutors also recently used an anti-terrorism measure to
seize almost $70,000 from the owners of a Maryland dairy. Randy and
Karen Sowers had made several bank deposits of just under $10,000 to
avoid the headache of filing federal reports required for sums over that
amount. The feds charged them with unlawful “structuring.” Last week,
they settled the case. Authorities kept half their money to teach them a
PLEASE READ the entire story HERE, and DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. We are almost out of time, and we will all soon be criminals to a nation that has gone mad and has become our enemy!
Jul 1776 – IS AMONG the most important and surprising events in history. On July 2, 1776, Congress met to consider the adoption of that immortal document penned by Thomas Jefferson;—the Declaration of Independence. It was generally understood that a final decision was to be made on the fourth, and thousands eagerly waited to hear the words written and signed by the Continental Congress. The Fourth of July is American, but the roots of the day are ancient. Some scholars believe that it was on this same exact date in history that Persia destroyed Solomon's Temple!
The Declaration of Independence itself has become one of the most admired and copied political documents of all time. It was written by Thomas Jefferson and revised by John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and Jefferson.
The Declaration of Independence is a justification of the American Revolution, citing grievances against King George III. It is also a landmark philosophical statement, drawing on the writings of philosophers John Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau. It affirms that since all people are creatures of God, or nature, they have certain natural rights, or liberties, that cannot be violated.
Following its adoption, the Declaration was read to the public in various American cities. Whenever they heard it, patriots erupted in cheers and celebrations.
In 1777, Philadelphians remembered the 4th of July. Bells were rung, guns fired, candles lighted, and firecrackers set off. However, while the War of Independence dragged on, July 4 celebrations were modest at best. Written on the Liberty Bell are these words: "Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the Land unto all the inhabitants thereof" (Leviticus 25:10), yes words from Leviticus. Our forefathers knew who we really are!
When the war ended in 1783, July 4 became a holiday in some places. In Boston, it replaced the date of the Boston Massacre, March 5, as the major patriotic holiday. Speeches, military events, parades, and fireworks marked the day. In 1941, Congress declared July 4 a federal holiday.
The second president, John Adams, would have approved. "I believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival," he wrote his wife, Abigail. "It ought to be celebrated by pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other..."
John Hancock, the president of the Second Continental Congress, was the first to sign the Declaration. With its ornate capitals, Hancock's sprawling signature is prominent on the document. Since then, when people are asked for their "John Hancock," they are being asked to sign their names.
All 56 men who ultimately signed the Declaration showed great courage. Announcing independence from Great Britain was an act of treason, punishable by death.
Jul 4, 1826 - The 4th of July, 1826, will long be memorable for one of the most remarkable coincidences that has ever taken place in the history of nations. It was the fiftieth anniversary—the "JUBILEE"—of American independence ! Two of the greatest Americans, who helped author the document and lead the nation through the war were friends that became bitter enemies. Though friends in their youth, disagreements separated Thomas Jefferson and our second President John Adams in later years. They were eventually reconciled toward their twilight years and though they never saw each other again after Adams left the White House to be replaced by Jefferson, in the last 14 years of their lives they exchanged 156 letters, some of them quite warm. This correspondence is generally regarded as the intellectual capstone to the achievements of the revolutionary generation and the most impressive correspondence between prominent statesmen.
They both died on the same day, July 4th, the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, two of the last three signers. At the age of 91 John Adams collapsed in his favorite reading chair and died that afternoon, his last words were, “Thomas Jefferson still lives.” But Jefferson would have said “wrong, as usual.” In his last days his health had failed and he passed in and out of consciousness. On the 4th of July, 1826 just a few hours before Adams died — in his home in Monticello, Virginia — surrounded by his daughter and some special slaves, shortly after noon, at the age of 83, Thomas Jefferson died. His last words were, “Is it the 4th?”
On July 4, 1863; a national tragedy also begun. The battle of Gettysburg, where our nation went to war with each other, and emerged a union gain! Then on the same day in 1876, the 100th anniversary of the signing, the nation was shocked again to learn of the Custer massacre at the Little Big Horn!
The Declaration and the American Revolution have since inspired freedom-seekers the around the world. The fourth of July has been a day of blessings, sorrows and “signs”. It is our national day! Celebrate it, be proud of it, and LEARN from it.
English: A key identifying the subjects of John Trumbull's painting "Declaration of Independence in Congress, at the Independence Hall, Philadelphia, July 4th, 1776", known as Trumbull's Declaration of Independence, a well-known work which hangs in the United States Capitol building (purchased from the painter in 1819) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Nine of the 56 fought and died from wounds or hardships of the Revolutionary War.
They signed and they pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor.
What kind of men were they?
lawyers and jurists. Eleven were merchants, nine were farmers and large
plantation owners; men of means, well educated. But they signed the
Declaration of Independence knowing full well that the penalty would be
death if they were captured.
Carter Braxton of
Virginia, a wealthy planter and trader, saw his ships swept from the
seas by the British Navy. He sold his home and properties to pay his
debts, and died in rags.
Thomas McKeam was so
hounded by the British that he was forced to move his family almost
constantly. He served in the Congress without pay, and his family was
kept in hiding. His possessions were taken from him, and poverty was
Vandals or soldiers looted the properties of Dillery, Hall, Clymer, Walton, Gwinnett, Heyward, Ruttledge, and Middleton.
At the battle of
Yorktown, Thomas Nelson, Jr., noted that the British General Cornwallis
had taken over the Nelson home for his headquarters. He quietly urged
General George Washington to open fire. The home was destroyed, and
Nelson died bankrupt.
Francis Lewis had his home and properties destroyed. The enemy jailed his wife, and she died within a few months.
John Hart was driven
from his wife's bedside as she was dying. Their 13 children fled for
their lives. His fields and his gristmill were laid to waste. For more
than a year, he lived in forests and caves, returning home to find his
wife dead and his children vanished. A few weeks later, he died from
exhaustion and a broken heart.
Norris and Livingston suffered similar fates.
Such were the
stories and sacrifices of the American Revolution. These were not
wild-eyed, rabble-rousing ruffians. They were soft-spoken men of means
and education. They had security, but they valued liberty more.
straight, and unwavering, they pledged: "For the support of this
declaration, with firm reliance on the protection of the divine
providence, we mutually pledge to each other, our lives, our fortunes,
and our sacred honor."
They gave you and me
a free and independent America. The history books never told you a lot
about what happened in the Revolutionary War. We didn't fight just the
British. We were British subjects at that time and we fought our own
Some of us take these liberties so much for granted, but we shouldn't.
So, take a few
minutes while enjoying your 4th of July Holiday and silently thank
these patriots. It's not much to ask for the price they paid. Remember:
Freedom is never free!
It's time we get the
word out that patriotism is NOT a sin, and the Fourth of July has more
to it than beer, picnics, and baseball games.
Every July 4, we retreat to fireworks, feast and festival in celebration of
an independence that is rapidly becoming little more than a memory. Our
ancestors declared their independence in 1776 from a tyrannical, overbearing government. The independence claimed by the
authors of the U.S. Constitution helped them create a government expressly prohibited from becoming
tyrannical and overbearing, by limiting its power to certain enumerated
responsibilities. Those limitations have long been ignored, and the current
government makes no apology for its overbearing tyranny.
Just as American independence was foreshadowed by a tea party in Boston,
America's new independence is foreshadowed by tea parties across the nation.
There is more evidence that a new declaration is being drafted. Currently, 36
states have approved or are considering some form of state sovereignty
resolution. Several states are following Montana's example, enacting laws
that defy federal intervention. More than a dozen states have enacted or
are considering legislation that prohibits the federal government from
imposing a mandatory National Animal Identification System. These are symptoms of a society that is dissatisfied with
the long train of abuses government continues to inflict upon it.
As the modern-day freedom fighters begin to organize and strategize, the
government chooses not to reform, but to entrench and expand its control over
The similarity is remarkable, between the rise of the Democratic Socialist
Party now in control of Washington and the rise of the National Socialist
Workers Party of Germany in the 1930s.
Led by an articulate orator, the German government set out to nationalize
health care, transportation, manufacturing and law enforcement. The Obama
government has set out to nationalize manufacturing of autos and the finance industry. The Obama-backed
"cap and trade" legislation will effectively nationalize the energy and
transportation industries. And Obama's nationalized health care
program is on the front burner.
Now here's another similarity: nationalization of law enforcement.
H.R. 675, sponsored by Democrat Rep. Bob Filner, was introduced to:
Provide police officers, criminal investigators, and game law enforcement officers of the
Department of Defense with the authority to execute warrants, make
arrests, and carry firearms. (Emphasis added.)
Why do employees of the Department of Defense need the
authority to execute warrants, make arrests and carry firearms? When the bill
was introduced, Filner said: "We need to ensure that federal, state and local
law enforcement are able to work together to apprehend criminals and to prevent
and solve crimes."
The 1878 Posse Comitatus Act explicitly prohibits the Department of Defense
from involvement in state and local law enforcement activities. The feds have
the FBI to investigate federal crimes and the Justice Department to prosecute
federal crimes. Waco and Ruby Ridge are good examples of federal law
enforcement. And the land management agencies have gun-totin'
enforcement officers to prevent tourists from picking up arrowheads on federal
property. Why do we need to authorize the secretary of defense to arm another
domestic police force?
Take a clue from the authorities granted by the bill:
To execute and serve warrants;
To make arrests without warrants;
To carry firearms;
To enforce federal laws enacted to protect persons or property;
To prevent breaches of the peace and suppress affrays or unlawful
There are other authorities, but let's focus on this last one: "To prevent
breaches of the peace and suppress affrays or unlawful assemblies." What is an
unlawful assembly? Any assembly that is not authorized by government is
unlawful. Should an irate society decide to hold a tea party even if government
refused to authorize it, then there must be a reliable federal law enforcement
army to "suppress" the unlawful assembly. Local police cannot be trusted to
"suppress" an assembly of their neighbors. MORE>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.
Barack Obama once famously said that America, whatever it was, is no
longer a Christian nation, and now a key critic of the socialist agenda
Obama has pursued suggests he might have been right about that.
It’s because America not only seems dedicated to funding its own
enemies, but also those nations where Christians are persecuted and
martyred, according to Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.
“It is clear that American taxpayer dollars are being used in a war
against Christianity,” Paul told an audience at the Faith and Freedom
Coalition’s Road to Majority conference this week.
“It angers me to see my tax dollars supporting regimes that put
Christians to death for blasphemy against Islam, countries that put to
death Muslims who convert to Christianity, and countries who imprison
anyone who marries outside their religion,” he said. Read the rest on WND.com>>>>>
It should come as no surprise that President Obama told Ohio State
students at graduation ceremonies last week that they should not
question authority and they should reject the calls of those who do. He
argued that “our brave, creative, unique experiment in self-rule” has
been so successful that trusting the government is the same as trusting
ourselves; hence, challenging the government is the same as challenging
ourselves. And he blasted those who incessantly warn of government
Yet, mistrust of government is as old as America itself. America was
born out of mistrust of government. The revolution that was fought in
the 1770s and 1780s was actually won in the minds of colonists in the
mid-1760s when the British imposed the Stamp Act and used writs of
assistance to enforce it. The Stamp Act required all persons in the
colonies to have government-sold stamps on all documents in their
possession, and writs of assistance permitted search warrants written by
British troops in which they authorized themselves to enter private
homes ostensibly to look for the stamps.
Are you on the list? Are you one of the millions of Americans that
have been designated a threat to national security by the U.S.
government? Will you be subject to detention when martial law is
imposed during a major national emergency? As you will see below, there
is actually a list that contains the names of at least 8 million
Americans known as Main Core that the U.S. intelligence community has been compiling since the 1980s.
A recent article on Washington’s Blog
quoted a couple of old magazine articles that mentioned this program,
and I was intrigued because I didn’t know what it was. So I decided to
look into Main Core, and what I found out was absolutely stunning – especially in light of what Edward Snowden has just revealed to the world.
It turns out that the U.S. government is not just gathering information
on all of us. The truth is that the U.S. government has used this
information to create a list of threats to national security that the
government would potentially watch, question or even detain during a
national crisis. If you have ever been publicly critical of the
government, there is a very good chance that you are on that list.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Sunday he’s looking to take the battle of the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs to the Supreme Court.
“I’m going to be seeing if I can
challenge this at the Supreme Court level,” Paul said on “Fox News
Sunday.” “I’m going to be asking all the Internet providers and all of
the phone companies: Ask your customers to join me in a class action
lawsuit. If we get 10 million Americans saying we don’t want our phone
records looked at then maybe someone will wake up and things will change
The bombshell report that the NSA
collected bulk phone records from telecommunications company Verizon and
the separate revelation about a secret government program to obtain
intelligence information from major tech companies have ignited a
firestorm of controversy.
Paul on Friday introduced legislation
titled the “Fourth Amendment Restoration Act” designed to “stop the
National Security Agency from spying on citizens of the United States
and for other purposes.” The bill would require the federal government
to obtain a warrant before searching Americans’ phone records.
“They’re looking at a billion phone
calls a day, is what I read in the press, and that doesn’t sound to me
like a modest invasion of primary, it sounds like an extraordinary
invasion of privacy,” Paul said Sunday.
He drew a distinction between targeted
surveillance of terrorists and wholesale monitoring of the American
people, calling the latter “partly what our Founding Fathers fought the
Recent news that the Internal Revenue Service has been enforcing its
already inscrutable doctrine with caprice and venom — directed at
conservative groups, Republican donors, and supporters of Israel, among
others — confirms the worst suspicions of many Americans, of all
There is a lot of talk in Washington, and across the country, of a desire to reach bipartisan accord and accomplish great things. Here is an opportunity for just that.
Over the course
of several election cycles, what was once a fringe notion advanced by
long-shot candidates (Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul, please call your
offices — or call each other, or call me, as you wish) has crept closer
to the mainstream. To wit, it is time to abolish the IRS.
The very title “Internal Revenue Service” contains multiple
falsehoods. First off, the IRS is not solely concerned with revenues
that are “internal.” Anomalous among the nations of the world, America’s
tax authority assumes for itself power over citizens, their families,
and “U.S. persons” living abroad, requiring them to file and pay taxes at U.S. rates, even if they have not set foot on American soil in decades — or ever. “Taxation without representation,” indeed.
Wherever in the world your eyes find these words, the IRS very likely
believes it has business with you. If you are married or related to an
American, or in business with one, or if you have held U.S. residency or
even a visa at some time, the IRS can compel your financial institution to provide information on your assets and activities, threatening overwhelming sanctions for non-compliance.
This past week, we learned that the IRS has targeted for additional
scrutiny the tax exemption applications of groups with whose messages it
disagrees. We also learned that the Department of Justice obtained the
personal telephone records of hundreds of reporters and editors employed
by the Associated Press without a search warrant issued by a judge. And
during this past week we learned that the White House, the Department
of State and the CIA all engaged in a conspiracy of disinformation so
that the official version of events of what caused the murders of four
Americans at our facilities in Benghazi, Libya, would not impair Obama’s
re-election campaign in 2012.
The common threads in all of this government secrecy and lying are a
general rejection of government’s moral obligation to tell the truth, a
disturbing yet brazen willingness to evade and avoid the restrictions
the Constitution has deliberately built around government, and a glib
admission that the government can do as it pleases so long as it can
politically get away with it.
The Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause requires that the
government treat all similarly situated entities in a similar manner.
The Constitution’s First Amendment prohibits the government from using
the speech and expressive activities of persons in America as a basis
for the disparate treatment of them.
So let me get this right. Dr. Kermit had the legal right to butcher a
little baby by any method, however hideous, and even to torture her
first by not administering an anesthetic, as long as she was still in
her mother’s womb. But he killed three babies once they had been born
alive, so he is a murderer.
Science tells us a new life begins at the moment of conception, not
at two weeks or 10 weeks or 24 weeks or nine months less one day or some
other arbitrary timespan plucked out of the air. The law ought to
follow science and logic in saying that any taking of human life, from
conception to resurrection, is unlawful. Period.
And which political faction is it that favors and promotes abortion? The left.
The climate scam is a series of connected scientific frauds
perpetrated by organized crime and calculated to enrich the few at the
expense of the many by tampering with data and faking results to turn a
likely modest and beneficial warming into a bogus Apocalypse.
Look at the graph. In red is what the warming U.N. scientists say
should have happened in the 100 months since January 2005, at a rate
equivalent to somewhere between 2 and 6.5 degrees Fahrenheit (central
projection 4 F°) per century. In blue, the cooling that actually has
happened, trending downward at a rate equivalent to 0.5 degree
Fahrenheit per century.
I’ll be posting an updated graph here at WND every month, just as
soon as the two satellite temperature records for the previous month
become available. That will stop the left’s lies about “ever-faster
Which political faction is it that says global warming is worse than
we ever thought, and devotes more of its Inaugural Address to the
non-problem of man’s influence on the climate than to anything else,
including the crippling federal debt? The communist left.
Since my column a week ago
on the federal debt and the impending collapse of the United States,
seven days, or 168 hours, or 10,000 minutes, or 600,000 seconds, have
passed. Every 45 seconds, Black Jesus borrows another million dollars,
much of it from China. That’s getting on for $15 billion every week, or the best part of a trillion a year.
And he prints another trillion a year, diluting and debasing the
value of the dollar so fast that China is getting restive because the
dollars it has lent to Uncle Sam will be worth a tiny fraction of
today’s value when – or, rather, if – Uncle Sam ever gets around to
Which political faction is it that makes a virtue out of borrowing so
that it can buy votes with other people’s money, and printing money so
that it can pay back less than it borrowed, and to blazes with America
and her future? The hard, flinty-faced left.
Which political faction is it that cares so little for those upon
whom it lavishes the taxpayer’s involuntary generosity that it has taken
no thought for what will happen to those people, many of whom have
become helplessly dependent, when China wises up and stops lending to
keep Soetero afloat, and the money to pay their handouts is gone? The
Which political faction is it that hates and fears democracy so much
that it fiddles the electoral system on so large a scale that without
the stuffed ballot boxes The Amateur would never have gotten into the
White House first time around, let alone fool us twice? The left.
Which political faction is it that is most eager to sign away
America’s democracy by making international treaties that transfer real
political power and wealth from elected hands nationally to unelected
hands globally? The left.
Which political faction is it that relentlessly punishes success and
rewards failure? That puts its fraudulent “birth certificate” on the
White House website? That supports so-called “gay” so-called “marriage”?
That detests the family? That hates religion? That wants to strip
Christian religious symbols from public buildings? That plots and
schemes to take all mention of God out of everything from the Pledge of
Allegiance to the Gettysburg Address? The left. The left. The left.
Last week’s column, in which I described the coming collapse of the
dollar, provoked a huge response from all around the world. People
wondered how America could have been brought so very low so very fast.
The central reason is the sheer, in-your-face immorality of the left.
It is not that they do not know the difference between right and wrong.
They know it full well. They consciously, deliberately, willfully
choose the wrong and not the right.
Perhaps the severest indictment of the left is that they have created
almost nothing since Karl Marx laid down his pen. They are a vicious,
nasty, nihilistic, purely destructive force. They do not do harm by
accident. They do it by design. They create nothing. They destroy
everything. They want America to fail, just as fervently I want her to
succeed. If they fail, America will succeed. Count on it.
A creepy omen has taken place in Illinois. Health department agents
speaking at the department's Dairy Work Group meeting at the IL Corn
Growers Association saw a vacuum in raw milk regulations. Uh oh, got to
fill that void and tack on regulatory fines!
Did you know there's a Food, Drugs and Dairies division of their
Department of Public Health? It really does sound like dairy is being
lumped into drug regulations. Molly Lamb, division head, told
[T]he department is seeking to put rules in place because right now there are none.
Here's how it goes. In Illinois, from-the-farm sales of unpasteurized
milk are legal...for now. All other sales and interstate sales are not.
Recently, at least a few dozen people gathered to speak to the IL
Department of Public Health in Bloomington to peacefully protest the
proposed regulations. They held signs that said "Don't criminalize me"
and "Save family farms." The added regulations would burden the small
farms - they say it will threaten their livelihood - and inhibit access
from people who love raw milk and appreciate its nutritional benefits
and humane treatment of cows, including lack of hormones and
How many conflicts can you find in these proposed rules:
With all the horror that took place in Boston, Massachusetts, April 15th
and throughout the ensuing days until Friday night, April 19th, when
the alleged suspect was captured, very little—if any—news reporting
focused on significant national issues that ought to have been
considered equally important to the well-being of the nation’s safety
and security but apparently was overlooked. The New York Times,
however, gave mention to “U.S. Engaged in Torture After 9/11, Review
Reading NYT journalist Scott Shane’s report, one realizes just how much
the public doesn’t know but should, since the United States apparently
committed what is being considered “war crimes.” That assessment came
after a two year study by a bipartisan commission co-chaired by two
former U.S. congressmen – Republican, Asa Hutchinson and Democrat, James
R. Jones – of coercive interrogation methods used on prisoners by the
George W. Bush administration.
The Constitution Project convened the study, which resulted in The Report of the Constitution Project’s Task Force on Detainee Treatment, a 577-page document.
(NaturalNews) Gun control may be a hot topic, but what about water
control? Recent comments from Nestle CEO Peter Brabeck imply that the
world's water will soon come under the control of corporations like his.
Brabeck makes the astonishing claim that water is not a human right,
but should be managed by business people and governing bodies. He wants
water controlled, privatized, and delegated in a way that sustains the
planet. View the astonishing interview here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iGj4GpAbTM
nation’s leading homeschooling organization is warning parents that the
federal government is advancing its aim of identifying and tracking
students throughout their school careers, from birth through college
But there’s really no need for the government to track such data, he insisted.
“A national database of student-specific data is very concerning for
many reasons,” he wrote. “The national databases being created now
include detailed records of students, including race, gender, birth
information, learning disabilities, detailed academic records, and much
more. This information is being collected soon after birth, all the way
through graduation from college.”