Daily Archives: July 4, 2010
Police cameras that record motorists’ movements must be more tightly regulated, Home Secretary Theresa May has ordered. The 4,000-strong automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) network logs more than 10 million vehicles every day. The governmen… Continue reading
Thank you for all your support! We made our $7,500 goal for the MoneyBoost and our commercials will be on the air soon. Of course this is just the start, but it will be a big boost for the campaign in the continuing weeks; so let’s keep the momentum go… Continue reading
The power elite, it has emerged in the era of the Internet, keeps control of Western institutions and authorities via dominant social themes. These fear-based promotions literally seem to organize society and ensure that people's energy and ambitio… Continue reading
We have written many articles about the Afghan war recently because it has turned into something of a defining moment for Western hegemony. During the Cold War, the Anglo-American version of Western regulatory democracy could not be spread around the w… Continue reading
I just finished reading Richard RussellÂ´s 'Latest RemarksÂ´. He sums things up with the following comment: "The bear keeps torturing the majority. If only the authorities could straighten out the oil problem, the housing problem and the u… Continue reading
Yes. It is possible. We cannot make positive changes by using negative tactics. We will lose more than a campaign that way. Robert X Johnson has a powerful message-Tactics for the Good Guys. Tagged: alinsky, art of war, botom up, change, ethics, HO… Continue reading
Why are so many people in this country disconnected from this country? They are totally clueless about where we come from as a country… Via Morrissey; Leno nails it at the end, from Grandpa down comes the history of this country. We’ve at some point been dumbed down hard. This is all stuff I was […] Continue reading
By G.W. Schulz June 23, 2010 The state of Washington’s intelligence fusion center in Seattle has posted a special form online citizens can use to report suspicious activity they observe. It’s part of a growing campaign by authorities to col… Continue reading
By Shelli Dawdy
This is part one of a two part piece.
The Lincoln Journal Star featured a piece in their Independence Day edition entitled “Whose Side Are the Founding Fathers On?” The piece was written with a bottom-line message: there’s no clear answer. It’ll be a topic of perpetual debate.
According to the article, the Founders […] Continue reading
Two former Oklahoma County jail guards have been sentenced for crimes in connection with the beating death of an inmate. BY NOLAN CLAY Oklahoman Published: July 2, 2010 Two former guards at the Oklahoma County jail have been sentenced to federal… Continue reading