Daily Archives: August 5, 2010

Western Wars Are Preplanned?

Please don't write to us about VoltaireNet. We understand what it is and its controversial history. We are citing an article from it only because F. William Engdahl, whom we both admire and dislike (idea-wise, not personally) has written an… Continue reading

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Daily Bell: Change You Can Believe In

We have made this point before, but it is an important one, so we'll do so once again: The conversation about freedom in America is alive and well and becoming more important every day. This article in the Baltimore Sun – an editorial actually – pr… Continue reading

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Tonight! OK-SAFE Action Forum in OKC

REMINDER OK-SAFE Action Forum – August 5th, 2010 – Oklahoma City, OK The OK-SAFE Action Forum will be held in OKC at The Village Library. 10307 North Pennsylvania Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73120-4100 The topic will be a group discussion of the &… Continue reading

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U.S. Senate Confirms Anti-gun Radical to the Supreme Court

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Feds admit storing checkpoint body scan images

From CNET:
For the last few years, federal agencies have defended body scanning by insisting that all images will be discarded as soon as they’re viewed. The Transportation Security Administration claimed last summer, for instance, that “scanned images… Continue reading

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Project Vigilant and the government/corporate destruction of privacy

By Glenn Greenwald Forbes‘ technology writer Andy Greenberg reports that at the Defcon Security Conference yesterday, an individual named Chet Uber appeared with revelations about the case of accused WikiLeaks leaker Bradley Manning and govern… Continue reading

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Missouri Voters Send President Obama A Happy Birthday Message

President Obama awoke Wednesday morning to a birthday gift he assuredly didn’t find pleasing. In Tuesday’s Missiouri primary 71% of voters approved a measure that exempts its citizens from the Federal mandate to purchase health insurance. Continue reading

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