The Blaze, today, put out a story I want you to see. It’s about some common sense progress made under this administration. The the article below.
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.
There has been so much going on in terms of federal movement toward a totalitarian government. U.S. Rep. Jose Serrano, D-N.Y., and a supporter of President Obama, has introduced House Joint Resolution 15 to repeal the 22nd Amendment and thus abolish presidential term limits. This isn’t the first time he’s done that either. Then we have Homeland Security issues, drones poised to kill Americans, violations of the vast majority of the Bill of Rights; what has to happen to bring about the breaking point?
Be careful what you say, you may wind up in a mental hospital like Marine Brandon Raub. Since when does calling for a revolution mean that you belong in a mental ward? Since when does believing 9/11 was an inside job make you a crazy person and a danger? If that’s the case, why wasn’t Charlie Sheen locked up? Hell, why wasn’t half of Hollywood locked up?
You see union thugs in the news causing trouble and acting like morons. These people tend to say they’re working for the good of the people, when they selfish buggers are just lining their own pockets while claiming to be for the little guy. I saw this on Fox News and thought it was so funny! Read the following article from FoxNews.com.
The heavyweight political backing for the MEK has surprised some US officials because of the organisation’s past as a Marxist-Islamist group responsible for the killing of Americans. At one time the MEK supported the Islamic revolution in Iran.