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SOPA protests shut down Web sites

January 18, 2012
SOPA protests shut down Web sites

This is what happens when you make the Internet mad. On Wednesday, a group of technology companies began an unusual form of protest: The firms shut down or replaced the content on their own popular Web sites with protest messages to show their unhappiness with two Internet-regulation bills grinding through Congress. They argue that the […]

Video: Allen West, GOP Must Stop Obama’s “Imperial Presidency”

January 11, 2012
Video: Allen West, GOP Must Stop Obama’s “Imperial Presidency”

MAKING LAWS OBAMA’S WAY: ‘LAWLESS PROCESS’

January 3, 2012
MAKING LAWS OBAMA’S WAY: ‘LAWLESS PROCESS’

Violating the rules of the U.S. House. Inappropriately handing out the legislative powers of Congress. Upending the legislative process Usurping the powers reserved to the states in the U.S. Constitution. These are not accusations or charges stemming from actions by Congress and the White House, instead, these are accomplishments of Congress and the White House […]

Tweet About Illegal Aliens or Oil Drilling? Obama is Watching You

December 28, 2011
Tweet About Illegal Aliens or Oil Drilling? Obama is Watching You

The Obama administration is using fake FaceBook and Twitter accounts to monitor anyone who mentions such mundane political issues as illegal immigration, oil drilling, or even the word “recovery.” The newest invasion of conservatives’ privacy comes courtesy of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Rob Waugh of the UK Daily Mail reports: The DHS outlined […]

Video: Is Congess About to Give Obama the “Internet Kill Switch”?

December 14, 2011
Video: Is Congess About to Give Obama the “Internet Kill Switch”?

A bill pending before Congress may make it illegal for websites to link to content the government says is illegal. The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) seeks to protect U.S. businesses from (mostly Chinese) copyright infringement by criminalizing forms of online piracy — but the strictures are so severe some say they amount to an […]

With McCain’s help the Senate will vote on stealing our rights to trial, conviction before prison

November 28, 2011
With McCain’s help the Senate will vote on stealing our rights to trial, conviction before prison

As early as today the Senate could vote to strip us our 6th Amendment rights! In a move that would make Joseph Stalin proud, Arizona Senator John McCain has joined Michigan’s Carl Levin in crafting a section of a bill designed to take away our rights to face an accuser and have a fair trial […]

Warning: Obama Ed aims at U.S. takeover

November 3, 2011
Warning: Obama Ed aims at U.S. takeover

An organization that monitors the U.S. government’s influence on education, and specifically on parents who choose to school their own children, is warning of a pending move in Washington that would result in “de facto national education standards.” The measure could not only require parents who homeschool their children to teach certain government agenda issues […]

Video: Government Positioning Software tracking citizens

October 26, 2011
Video: Government Positioning Software tracking citizens

Ohio Coal Companies: EPA is going to destroy us

October 25, 2011
Ohio Coal Companies: EPA is going to destroy us

Most Americans probably missed watching an important hearing on the job-killing EPA that took place on July 26, 2011. The hearing was held by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. It was appropriately titled “Lights Out: How EPA Regulations Threaten Affordable Power.” One of the panelists at the hearing was Mike Carey, president […]

Calif. Governor Veto Allows Warrantless Cellphone Searches

October 11, 2011
Calif. Governor Veto Allows Warrantless Cellphone Searches

California Gov. Jerry Brown is vetoing legislation requiring police to obtain a court warrant to search the mobile phones of suspects at the time of any arrest. The Sunday veto means that when police arrest anybody in the Golden State, they may search that person’s mobile phone — which in the digital age likely means […]

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