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Stealing cyberspace

May 2, 2011

by Jon Christian Ryter Emboldened by what the media purported to be a “people’s revolution” that toppled the regime of Tunisian strongman Ben Ali over, the media reported, rising unemployment and Ben Ali’s corruption, the “freedom movement” instigated by the Muslim Brotherhood leapfrogged Libya and brought its Islamic brand of political unrest to Egypt. […]

USJF launches campaign against FCC control of Internet

March 14, 2011

On Dec. 17, 2010 the United States Justice Foundation launched an aggressive campaign to alert the American people of an attempt by the Federal Communications Commission through the Department of Homeland Security, based on an Executive Order issued by President Barack Obama, to assume control of the Internet.

Proposed use of instant DNA testing by Homeland Security.

March 4, 2011

By Michael Connelly The use of portable DNA testing devices by the Department of Homeland Security raises several issues with Constitutional implications.

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