I have decided to become a progressive liberal. I have also decided to support, blindly mind you, anything Obama and his liberal friends say. I will support all UN missions inside the US and abroad. I will work hard to make the world a better place as I am now a global citizen and a huge fan of the EPA, ATF, IRS, NSA, and DOJ.
Then here’s a new little treat for you! The House voted to keep the NSA’s unconstitutional domestic abuse of power program. Keep in mind this was not a party line vote. It was a close vote and party affiliation didn’t seem to matter. If you scroll down to the bottom section of this article, you’ll see who the traitors are. They’re the ones in the “No” category, voting to keep the NSA as is. Continue reading →
Many of my articles are not mine, as you well know. I give you stories and articles that you may not otherwise see. The following is just one of such articles. For a while now, I, and others like me, have been spreading the word that there may be political, economic, and social danger ahead. I think you should read the article in its entirety. Continue reading →
Folk, lets call today’s situation what it is. We are in a revolution and we are fighting for our political lives. Whether you are a conservative, liberal, or somewhere in the middle, you should care about the root of this issue: the NSA domestic spy program. Continue reading →
The other day, I wrote about the NSA’s new toy, the Utah Data Center and the threat it poses to our privacy as American citizens. I don’t know if you remember, but Google had a problem with the FBI asking them for consumers’ private information, as well. Google took the government to court over the issue citing that these were warrantless searches and, therefore, unconstitutional and won. Well, a U.S. judge has ordered Google to comply with FBI secret demands for customer data, despite earlier ruling the warrantless orders unconstitutional. Continue reading →
The NSA (National Security Agency) is holding a a ribbon cutting ceremony in the Utah desert today to celebrate, what could be, the government’s largest invasion of our privacy rights. Continue reading →
Politics as usual in DC seems to have reared its ugly head again. You saw my post about the NSA claiming they spy on Americans, but won’t say how many Americans they’ve spied on. Well, there’s more… a lot more.
As political dissension reaches new highs in, what seems to be, almost weekly a basis, the government seems to working to quell some of the facts getting out to the public. The current adminitration is also, it seems to me, working to cover up more than previous administrations. Continue reading →
So you’ve heard about drones in the sky being used to spy on American farmers or how local police plan to use them to watch crowds to pick out odd behavior. I’m sure you’ve heard people talk about how our government spies on us and how they violate our rights. Generally, when you hear someone talk like this, you probably think, as I do, that this person is a nut. Well, looks like they may have been right. See the article below from Vision to America. Continue reading →