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The hysteria over Obama/Soetoro's new Executive order

The hysteria over Obama/Soetoro's new Executive-order
by Devvy Kidd
March 18, 2012

I must have received 200 emails about the EO issued by the putative president declaring martial law is on the way and no election in November.

This one is typical:

"This Obama EO has gone way beyond Communism or a Police State ! This is total insanity ! It's done. We waited ourselves into tyrannical oblivion."

Many read the EO and are concerned as we should be from anything generated by the Red House.

When I first read it, I thought Soetoro didn't write it because he doesn't really concern himself with much except playing basketball, raising money, his Wednesday night music sessions or Hollyweird friends stopping in, and second, it's beyond his abilities in my humble opinion.

In any event, WND has come out with an article about it since the panic has spread like flash mobs:

Executive-order panic: Martial law in U.S.?

"As it turns out, Obama’s executive order is nearly identical to EO 12919, issued by President Clinton on June 7, 1994, which itself was an amendment to EO 10789, issued in 1958 by President Eisenhower, and which in fact, was later amended by EO 13286, issued in 2003 by George W. Bush."

Rest at link above.

As for the issue of martial law, I highly recommend people read the column below by Dr. Edwin Vieira, Ph.D., J.D.

I was under several misconceptions about martial law until I read Edwin's usual scholarly analysis.

Those sending out emails it's time to get your guns locked and loaded, a coup is underway, etc., should get the facts about martial law before they blow a gasket and do something foolish.

A Primer on Martial Law


E-Verify: De Facto National ID and the End of Privacy

E-Verify: De Facto National ID and the End of Privacy
By John W. Whitehead

As technology grows more sophisticated and the American government and its corporate allies further refine their methods of keeping tabs on citizens, those of us who treasure privacy increasingly find ourselves engaged in a struggle to maintain our freedoms in the midst of the modern surveillance state.

The latest attack on our right to anonymity and privacy comes stealthily packaged in the form of so-called job protection legislation. Introduced by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) in June 2011, H.R. 2885 (formerly H.R. 2164), the "Legal Workforce Act," is being marketed as a way to fight illegal immigration and "open up millions of jobs for unemployed Americans and legal immigrants." However, this proposed federal law is really little more than a Trojan horse, a backdoor attempt by the powers-that-be to inflict a de facto National ID card on the American people.

Created under the auspices of securing the borders and preventing illegal immigrants from being hired for "American" jobs, E-Verify challenges the rights of the individual, the rights of labor and the rights of industry. As such, this is not a left or right issue. Anyone who values civil liberties should be alarmed. In fact, E-Verify is being opposed by various civil liberties groups such as the ACLU, American Library Association, The Rutherford Institute, Liberty Coalition and others.

If approved by Congress, this legislation would make the federal government the final authority on who gets hired by American businesses and in the process create a bureaucratic nightmare for already over-burdened and over-regulated small business owners. In a nutshell, H.R. 2885 requires all employers to submit potential employees' names, Social Security numbers and other data to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for authorization before the employees can start work. The data would then be run through E-Verify, a government-run database and employment identification verification system.

In other words, the E-Verify system would require all those wanting to be employed by American companies to register the credentials of their citizenship in a government database. What this means, of course, is that in order to be able to verify an applicant's legitimacy, the government would first have to build a massive database to store the biographical information of the entire working population in the United States--a huge undertaking with numerous pitfalls and security flaws, as we have seen with many other government databases. If you think unemployment is a problem now, just wait until your employment hinges on getting government clearance. Under this legislation, if a worker's information is incorrect in E-Verify, he or she can't work until the problem is resolved.

Furthermore, due to the sensitive information contained in the database, it would be a huge target for hackers and identity thieves, while doing little to curb the flow of illegal immigration or illegal immigrants getting jobs. Indeed, with a stolen or faked identity, anyone could bypass the system and secure employment.

This legislation poses even greater threats to privacy, free speech and free association and potentially hinders Americans' ability to travel freely. Because the E-Verify system would apply to everyone eligible to work in the United States and will grow to include biometrics such as fingerprints, DNA and iris scans, it will be used for a host of other purposes by the intelligence community, law enforcement and corporate America.

Private employers will become extensions of the government in that they will eventually be required to verify whether employees are delinquent in the payment of federal, state or local taxes, in compliance with child support or alimony decrees, on a terrorist watch list or convicted or even accused of a crime. Employers, thus, would be enlisted as de facto law enforcement officers for the federal government. Furthermore, errors in the verification process would be practically immune from timely legal redress in violation of constitutional tenets of due process.

Recently, the prohibition in H.R. 2885 on using the E-Verify database for purposes other than employment verification was replaced with a new section that allows the system to be used to "protect critical infrastructure." That term is broadly defined and it's not clear what this would mean in practice--whether screening air travelers or controlling access to federal facilities--but it clearly signals a huge expansion of the program. In one paragraph in the legislation the government states that E-Verify will not be used just for employment but also can be used for verifying identify for national security. What this means is that American citizens would have to have their information correct in E-Verify not just to get a job but also potentially if they need to access "critical infrastructure"--i.e., any kind of public transportation. Ironically, this language comes right after the paragraph saying there will be no National ID card.

Despite assurances to the contrary, E-Verify will become a de facto National ID system. Such a database with vast pools of personal information directly tied to individuals shared across a multitude of government agencies would give the government an alarming amount of control over the average citizen. If government officials so chose, they could easily track any person who had registered in the E-Verify system for whatever reason.

Not only will government agencies know everything about American citizens, but private corporations will become policemen for this system. The E-Verify system--part of a broader trend in American politics, namely, the collusion of government and corporate interests--will allow government and corporate officials to repress dissidents and suspects simply by restricting their access to basic services. Once all of your information is tied together and placed in one grand database, any government or corporate agency can wreak havoc on your life. You might try to buy groceries only to find that your credit card has been denied. You might apply for a job, at ten, twenty, fifty corporations only to find that, despite your being very qualified, there just isn't any room for you at the company. Without a job, you might be forced to tap into the welfare system, only to find that your application was denied. Your property might be confiscated. When you try to move somewhere else and start anew, you might find you can't board the plane because you're on a no-fly list. Make no mistake, these are the tactics of a totalitarian society.

However, the idea of singling out and "identifying" individuals for the sake of national security is nothing new. National identity cards also carry with them a historic risk of oppression and persecution, as they have been used to identify and track ethnic, racial and religious groups and have facilitated oppression and persecution against these groups. And as recently as the 1990s, identity cards played an instrumental role in one of the worst genocides of the twentieth century, second only perhaps to the Holocaust.

With the introduction of an identity card that contains information such as ethnic origin, government agencies will be able to identify people on the basis of race or religion with considerable ease. For example, in the months following the 9/11 attacks, Muslim men from Arab or South Asian countries were rounded up on the basis of religion and ethnicity and detained indefinitely in the United States, often without access to an attorney or a judge. Imagine how much more far-reaching that government detention program might have been with a National ID in place.

Various laws have been enacted over time to guard against unreasonable intrusions by the government into our private lives. One such law is the Privacy Act, which was passed by Congress in 1974 and prohibits the government from forming a database. However, although the fear was that such a database could constitute an invasion of privacy, the law only prevents the government from creating a database, not accessing an already existing database.

At the time the Privacy Act was passed, Congress had no reason to suspect that private corporations would ever have the desire or means to create such databases. The emergence of data collection corporations, however, has enabled government intelligence and police agencies to circumvent the law and gain information on private citizens with the click of a button. Although such tactics clearly contradict the spirit of privacy laws intended to guard against government abuse, it is technically legal for the government to gain access to these databases. Government officials have taken full advantage of this loophole. Due to the fact that these databases are owned and operated by private corporations, they are relatively unregulated and fall outside the scrutiny of privacy watchdog groups. Reports of security breaches at numerous data brokerage companies only serve to fan concerns about the lack of oversight and regulation.

Rest assured that were Congress to approve this E-Verify legislation, it would constitute the ultimate end-run around the Privacy Act and open the door to a National ID. Thus, we have reached a crossroads. Either we limit the reach and power of the government (often in collusion with corporate power) or privacy as we have known it will become extinct.


Members of House committee to call to oppose Everify


Rep. Griffin, Tim (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, 205150001


Rep. Franks, Trent (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001

Rep. Quayle, Ben (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, 205150001


Rep. Gallegly, Elton (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001

Rep. Issa, Darrell (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001

Rep. Lungren, Dan (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001


Rep. Adams, Sandy (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001

Rep. Ross, Dennis (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, 205150001


Rep. Pence, Mike (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001


Rep. King, Steve (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001


Rep. Coble, Howard (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001


Rep. Chabot, Steve (GOP)
441 Vine Street, Suite 3003,
Cincinnati, 452023003

Rep. Jordan, Jim (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, 205150001


Rep. Marino, Tom (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, 205150001


Rep. Gowdy, Trey (GOP)
101 West St. John St.,
Spartanburg, SC 29306


Rep. Gohmert, Louie (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001

Rep. Poe, Ted (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001


Rep. Chaffetz, Jason (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001


Rep. Forbes, Randy (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001

Rep. Goodlatte, Robert (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001


Rep. Sensenbrenner, James (GOP)
U.S. House of Representatives,
Washington, DC 205150001


He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: he that keepeth thee will not slumber. Psalms 121:3 (KJV)


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McCaskill attacked on billboard in Springfield LOL

More of the same -- Senate introduces anti-public education bills

Judge blocks Fla. law restricting doctor gun talk

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World's central banks flood market with dollars


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UBS $2 billion rogue trade suspect held in London

Wife Performing In Sex Tape Doesn't Know She's A Star

Boy, 14, brutally beaten in Logan Square

Man hounded for child support for 20 years, but it's not his kid


Facial Recognition is a Threat to Your Privacy

Facial Recognition is a Threat
to Your Privacy:

A Top Privacy
Issue of Our Time

San Diego, CA, August 25,

Imagine you’re walking down the street and a stranger snaps
your photo with his smartphone. He uses a facial recognition app and within
minutes, he knows your name, age, where you were born, and your Social Security
number. Think it’s a scene from the movie Minority
? Think again.

It’s Possible.

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University combined three
technologies – facial recognition software, cloud computing, and social
networks – to identify people both online and offline. The team performed three
separate experiments

  1. People using pseudonyms on an online dating site were
    identified by comparing Facebook profile photos, which are publicly displayed,
    to the profiles on the dating site. Using facial recognition software to match
    up the photos, 10 percent of the dating site’s users were identified.

  2. Students walking on campus were identified by comparing
    real-time photos taken with a webcam to Facebook profile photos. The facial
    recognition software identified the students 31 percent of the time.

  3. Using only a photo of a person’s face and information
    publicly available online, the researchers figured out the person’s birth date,
    personal interests, and Social Security number.

Many individuals share a tremendous amount of information about
themselves online. As facial recognition software improves, it will inevitably
be easier to link this personal information to you just by taking your photo.

The Threat to Your

Facial recognition technology – especially as the technology
becomes more sophisticated – may be one of the gravest privacy threats of our
time. It has the potential to remove the anonymity we expect in crowds and most
public places. There are the obvious “chilling effects” it could have on
political demonstrations and speech, concerns being monitored by civil
liberties advocates like the ACLU,
EPIC, and EFF.  However, this technology will also very
likely be used in greater capacity in the commercial sector to further target
consumers for advertising and discriminatory pricing purposes.

According to
an article published recently by the Los Angeles Times
, several companies
have already launched, or plan to launch soon, facial recognition technology
that will be used for in-store digital displays and kiosks to make product
suggestions based on the demographics gleaned from your face.  This might include your sex, your age range,
and your race or ethnicity.  

However, the article fails to mention the possibility that
facial recognition software will likely be used for more than demographic
targeting. In his book Niche
, Joseph Turow, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, explains
how companies are using increasingly sophisticated market segmentation methods
to offer different prices to different people, a practice known as price
discrimination. The more detailed the profile a company can build on you, the
more accurately it can estimate how much you are willing to spend on a product.

Professor Turow focused primarily on online data collection,
but as the Carnegie Mellon study illustrates, facial recognition technology
makes it possible to connect your offline identity with your online identity
without necessarily obtaining your consent. This may allow for price
discrimination the moment you walk into a store. As facial recognition
technology advances and the number of consumers using social media continues to
increase, it’s not far-fetched to imagine a scenario where, for example, the
kiosk mentioned above identifies you based on information found online. What if
you then receive not only product recommendations, but also prices for those
products based on who it thinks you are? The possibility of such applications for
facial recognition technology are disturbing, to say the least. 

What You Can Do.

We believe  individuals must have control over their personal
information.  This includes who has your
information, how it is kept, and what can be done with it.
 Facial recognition software can enable companies
to identify and target you without your knowledge or permission. Privacy laws
in the U.S. have not kept pace with technology, and we are aware of no laws specifically
governing commercial use of facial recognition technology.  This is unless, of course, a company states
in a privacy policy that it does not use this technology when in fact it does.

Here are three things you can do to fight for your privacy:

  1. Educate yourself. The most important thing you can do is learn
    more about the technology and its privacy implications, so that you are an
    educated and informed consumer. To stay abreast of facial recognition and other
    emerging privacy issues, visit our
    Privacy Today webpage

  2. Support legislation that defends privacy. Write to your elected representatives
    to ask for stronger privacy protections against facial recognition
    technology and other emergent technologies that you believe may be used to
    invade your privacy. Many privacy laws are created on the state level, so stay
    informed and vote for better privacy protection.

  3. Avoid companies with poor privacy practices. When possible,
    don't do business with companies that you believe collect unnecessary
    personal information or fail to protect that information. Take your money
    elsewhere - and let the companies know why.

You can also see this alert on our website at



Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. ACTS 2:38 (KJV)


Coalition Letter to Protect Online Privacy

Coalition Letter to Protect Online Privacy
Posted by James Leroy Wilson is part of a coalition of 30 organizations expressing privacy concerns in bill H.R. 1981, the "Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act."

Section 4 of the bill would, for the first time, "force companies that provide Internet access to keep large volumes of records on their customers." Contrary to the title of the bill, "the records would involve all Internet users everywhere and they would be available to law enforcement for any purpose."

This is an invasion of the privacy of "hundreds of millions of Americans who have no connection to the sexual exploitation of children whatsoever."

This is why we sent a letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith and Ranking Member John Conyers opposing this provision.

You may see the letter here and read it below:

generating records – what we read, where we go, who our friends are. If those records must
always be saved for future use, they become a persistent and pervasive assault on our privacy and an irresistible temptation to law enforcement. That is why best practices in privacy demand the deletion of records as soon as they are no longer necessary – exactly the opposite of the mandate of H. R. 1981.

Existing laws are wholly insufficient in protecting against access to such records. As this
Committee has recognized in previous hearings, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act
(ECPA) has not been substantially updated since 1986, while the type and detail of records have increased dramatically since that time. The data retention mandate of H.R. 1981 would
exacerbate ECPA’s problems, making records available and identifiable for even longer periods of time.

For all of these reasons, we urge the committee to withhold approval of H.R. 1981 in any
form containing section 4 or any other data retention mandate.

Advocacy for Principled Action in Government
American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression
American Civil Liberties Union
American Library Association
Association of Research Libraries
Bill of Rights Defense committee
Center for Democracy & Technology
Center for Digital Democracy
Center for Financial Privacy and Human Rights
Center for Media and Democracy
Center for National Security Studies
Consumer Action
Consumer Federation of America
Consumer Watchdog
Council on American-Islamic Relations
Defending Dissent Foundation
Demand Progress, Inc.
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Electronic Privacy Information Center
Friends of Privacy USA
Liberty Coalition
Muslim Public Affairs Council
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
National Workrights Institute
Patient Privacy Rights
Privacy Activism
Privacy Journal, Robert Ellis Smith, Publisher
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
World Privacy Forum


Psalms 100:5
For the LORD is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations. Psalms 100:5 (KJV)


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The World’s Biggest Central Bank Has Private Shareholders

Rahm Emanuel Imposes Tween Curfew

House panel approves bill forcing ISPs to log users’ web history

TSA readying new behavior detection plan for airport checkpoints

Lockheed Martin Wins $72 Million Contract To Install Body Scanners

Bank Activity Required For Wisconsin Voter ID - People in WI Should Be Protesting This

Caught on tape: Police 'stripped unarmed man naked, kicked, beat and tasered him as he lay screaming in snow'

San Francisco police say man killed in Bayview incident fired at cops first

'I'm angry this time': Bladder cancer survivor left covered in his own urine AGAIN after TSA worker manhandled him

Mom convicted in son’s jaywalking death - The Injustice System

Walnuts Are Drugs, Says FDA - Another Example of Government Idiocracy

Woman guilty after refusing TSA patdown

S.C. Police on Alert After Political Activist “Liked” Article on Facebook


Judge Prohibits Texas From Denying Drivers Licenses to Legal Immigrants


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Don't Vote for a debt ceiling increase!

Posted by James Leroy Wilson

Before this message is through, we'll be announcing's NEW Agenda campaign. It's a campaign that is so important that it will join, in priority, the Read the Bills Act and the One Subject at a Time Act.

But first, let me tell you about the greatest opportunity we've ever had, in our lifetimes, to balance the budget and actually Downsize DC. Imagine...

It's the fourth quarter, with two minutes to go. Your favorite team has the lead, the ball, and four downs. The other team has no timeouts. You know the quarterback must "snap and kneel" a couple of times, and you win the game.

But then, the quarterback calls the count, takes the snap, turns around and heaves the ball backwards into his own end zone. The entire offense just stands there, watching as the defensive players race down to recover the ball -- and they do. They get a touchdown! You lose the game.

That scenario is absurd. Who would throw obvious victory away? The Washington Elephants would.

For decades, they've made an art out of tearing defeat from the clenched jaws of victory.

This time, the story is that the Washington Elephants, better known as the Republican members of Congress, are EAGER to...

* Continue massive deficit spending for years,
* Increase the debt ceiling by trillions, and
* Constitutionally guarantee we have a Leviathan State, forever.

And the worst part of it is, YOU might be encouraging them to throw away the game! 

Right now, all "good Republicans" on Capitol Hill, and so many of our normal, organizational allies in the budget battles, have signed on to a plan called Cut, Cap, and Balance.

* Cut in Washington-speak, doesn't mean actual cuts. It means that the Democrats must agree to reduce the increases planned for their favored social programs.
* Cap, to these Republicans, means a spending limit law for future budgets. That sounds good, until you realize that in exchange for spending CAPS in the FUTURE, they'll increase the debt ceiling CAP in the PRESENT. 
* Balance means an amendment to the Constitution, which permanently enshrines 18% of GDP as the size of our federal government.

Ratifying a Balanced Budget Amendment is hard. It's a diversion. And it isn't necessary. The Washington Elephants, who claim they understand their election mandate to tackle the debt problem, are throwing away the game.

All they have to do is take a knee. Quite literally, they have to "do nothing." That is, &quot;Don't Vote"... for a debt ceiling increase.

That's it!

Heck, given that they control an overwhelming majority in the House, it shouldn't even come up for a vote. And they have the numbers to stop it in the Senate with a filibuster.

Isn't that easier than a Balanced Budget Amendment? After all, capping the debt for good would mean a balanced budget.

Cap the Debt = An Instant End to Deficit Spending

Just like that, cuts would need to be made. Lots of cuts. But it's not going to happen.

Not because it shouldn't. Not because it couldn't. There's a Downsize DC consensus right now. The public is in favor of a cap.

That still leaves an exorbitant amount collected in taxes. Could we attain sufficient support for a more-Constitutional budget? I think that an organization with the right plan and the necessary resources could build that support. 

Interestingly, there's only one national, activist organization left holding the line (joined by just a couple media figures). has been sending messages for several weeks now, saying "No deal. Cap the Debt." Here are a few examples from five recent Dispatches...

* Why A Debt Ceiling Is Better Than A Balanced Budget Amendment   
* Cap the Debt: How Congress Can Learn From Truman   
* Do You Want a Theoretical Balanced Budget Many Years from Now, or a Real One Today?  

* How Deficits Are Making You Poorer  
* "Cut, Cap, and Balance" Means Leviathan State, Forever

We've sent so many messages on this subject that we've fatigued our subscriber list. This month, we have...

* Fewer new people joining us than we've had in years
* Fewer messages being sent to Congress, as well

Politicians respond to pressure. Politicians respond to pressure. POLITICIANS RESPOND TO PRESSURE. Yet...

The pressure they're getting is to let the ball go -- to give up their victory. All our normal allies are in favor of Cut, Cap, and Balance.

They need "encouragement" to persuade them to do the right thing. And now, that's YOUR job!

We merely need to get enough Americans, who already agree with us, to work with -- now the ONLY national, activist organization left saying,

&quot;Don't Raise the Debt Ceiling"  

We provide the Educate the Powerful System so you can give your "representatives" on Capitol Hill their "orders."

* But have you been using it, regularly?
* Have you been sharing these messages with others, and encouraging them to join   
* Have you given money to Downsize DC yet this year? 

Most days, we provide a sample letter. But there are sample letters in each of the recent Dispatches referenced above. You can write your own letter, or borrow one of those.

Then, you could forward this message to others. But it would be FAR more powerful if you would make a PERSONAL APPEAL, to your friends, for a balanced budget NOW, by "taking a knee." Tell them how they can make that happen using the proprietary tools we provide at Let's overwhelm Congress.

And, if you're not currently a monthly pledger, please recognize that the stand we're taking right now is already being seen as confrontational -- we've already been accused of undermining folks we normally consider allies. This isn't personal. We still like most of those people, but we respectfully disagree. And that hits us financially, and that is personal.

In order to keep proclaiming this message and providing these tools, we NEED you to join us as a monthly pledger, for whatever amount you can afford, starting at only $1. We have pledgers who give $250 and $200 each month. You can choose your level of support.

But oh, how I wish we could do more. I'd love to spread this message far and wide. That's why we have...

* secured the domain name,
* created a web button/banner that you can place on your website or blog - go here to see it and obtain the code     
* launched a CapTheDebt Facebook page, to which we encourage you becoming a Fan

And now...

* we're moving "Cap the Debt" to the Downsize DC Agenda. We're making it one of our legislative priorities

What could we do if we had money to fight this battle? Could we take it to the press? Right now, I'm obsessed with just paying the rent! But if we had a donor, reading this message right now, ready to supply $10,000 or more, we'd launch advertising and media alerts. We'd jump even deeper into the fray. The more this person gave, the more we'd do. This issue is that important. Are you that person?

If you've...

* sent a message. Thank you.
* appealed to friends and recruited them to send letters with you. Thank you.
* pledged or contributed recently. Thank you.
* done all of these things then, thank you, thank you, and thank you!

But if you're not doing these things, here is a moment to act -- perhaps the best opportunity we've ever had to Downsize DC.

Jim Babka
President, Inc.

P.S. Apparently, not all of the Washington Elephants liked the game plan! Nine Republicans voted against Cut, Cap, and Balance on Tuesday evening.

Two of them were Presidential candidates, Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann. Paul said he was tired of the "status quo" and the pretense of calling some programs "discretionary" and others "non-discretionary." Paul suggested that everything needed to be on the table. Bachmann said that default is completely unnecessary and a scare tactic. She also said that any proposal that doesn't repeal Obamacare isn't serious.

Paul and Bachmmann were joined by Mack of Florida, Broun of Georgia, Rohrabacher of California, Jones of N.C., DesJarlais of Tennessee, Canseco  of Texas, and Griffith of Virginia. We thank and congratulate these members. If you live in their district, you should let them know you appreciate their stand.  

Because thou hast been my help, therefore in the shadow of thy wings will I rejoice. - Psalms 63:7 (KJV)


Staten Island cop busted for writing 'fake' tickets to pad his OT

Police state comes to small-town Georgia

Police Kill Teenage Man After Shooting Him 5 Times In Back And While Laying Down

SFPD Ruthlessly Shoots and Kills Unarmed 19yr old Man over $2 Bus Fare

Rental Firms May be Allowed to Spy on Customers With Webcams

Federal Government Indicts Former Demand Progress Executive Director For Downloading Too Many Journal Articles

Fliers won't be as exposed by new software LOL and I suppose their patdowns wont be as invasive ether.
Now they need to stop the scanners form emitting radiation

Gates Foundation Partner in Malawi Vaccinates 131 Children At Gunpoint - Wow This is Madness

Massachusetts considers allowing unvaccinated kids in public school


State officials say Lamar Smiths E-Verify bill is unworkable and would cost Americans jobs

Mandatory E-Verify will cost businesses more

E-Verify snuck in amidst Minnesota budget battle

Ozarks Minutemen Submit Petition Signatures to Force Springfield, MO To Use E-Verify To Prevent
Hiring of Illegal Workers - Misguieded thinking that the everify program will protect jobs


ACLU Files Suit Against State In Transgender Driver's License Case

State of Florida Sells Driver Information

Lawyer explains lawsuit against Nevada DMV over "GOPALIN" license plate

Florence SC DMV worker indicted on fraud charges

States Dispute Criticism of New Voter Laws, Move to Offer Photo ID Free of Charge
Yes, give us your biometrcis and well give you a free photo id

Florida makes $63m selling names, addresses, dates of birth and lists of vehicles people drive

Consumers are willing to pay more to protect their privacy online

REAL I.D.' Really! I Refuse it 100%


Where the green jobs are growing in the U.S.

Oil Climbs to 1-Month High on Manufacturing, Europe Debt Plan

Man uses obscure law to claim ownership of $300k home in upscale Texas town... for just $16

Homeowner associations foreclose on residents

America's Foreclosed Homes Are Literally Filling With Mold

Fed Preparing For US Default Says Plosser

Bipartisan tax plan trims mortgage deduction - Isn't That Just Great

Communities get creative to get rid of vacant land

We’re On Track For Record-Low Housing Completions In 2011

Commissioners Approve Taney County Racetrack Rezoning - Too bad for the people who enjoyed the scenery


N.H. GOP Rep. Lynne Blankenbeker On Her Military Training: Unions 'Better Not F#%k With Me'

Dead getting handicapped parking OKs in Calif.

Boehner: House will compromise on debt limit - Of Course They Will

Edwards campaign owes $2 million: election panel

GOP presidential candidates join Twitter debate

US food aid is like modern-day Marshall Plan with strings attached


Liberals Launch Christian Witch Trials


Patient with Gun Prompts VA Hospital Evacuations

McDonald's boss punches mom with service dog

Tyler Hadley Pal Says Florida Teen Told Him He Would Kill Parents, Showed Him Their Bodies

Saudi Woman To Face Trial for Driving in Medical Emergency

U.S. Veteran Faces Legal Action for Flying American Flag

Special Report: Murdoch affair spotlights UK's dirty detectives

California School Closes After Child Sex Abuse Allegations

NIH-Backed Study Examined Effects of Penis Size in Gay Community


Cash blows off moving car in Poconos; finder turns it in


Heat 'dome' traps much of US in pressure cooker


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Making tomorrow's power today: a tour of SunPower's manufacturing facility

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New manufacturing plant to bring 150 jobs to Decatur

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US: Manufacturing activity in Philadelphia rebounds in July

Construction Starts in California for New Mori Seiki Plant - Made in the USA for Japanese Company


Self-Driving Google Cars Heading To The Highway


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Taliban denies leader's death, saying hackers broke into phone

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U.S. cyber arrests seen leading to more hackers

Hackers leak details of cases vs Palin, hint Obama will be next

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Hacker says Anonymous still downloading NATO data

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Hackers make "billions" of attacks on Verizon each month

Hackers target Adobe vulnerabilities, Java vulnerabilities

Hackers hack Murdoch's The Sun

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Did a PR firm's lapse give hackers keys to Pfizer Facebook page?

Hackers to FBI: 'We are not scared anymore'

Hackers Hacked the Hackers' AnonPlus Social Network

LulzSec Hackers Claim Partnership With Media To Release Stolen News Corp Emails

Anonymous says it hacked NATO, blasts FBI arrests

Sign hackers: Dracula is on the loose!

How hackers are scamming for frequent flyer miles

Phone hackers allegedly hit Taliban

Hackers New Target: Small Firms With Lax Security

Google URL Removal Tool Let Anyone Remove Any Site From Google


Constitution Party of North Carolina Takes a Stand Against Road Side Strip Search

Resolution Rebuking Wayne County Officers for Recent Illegal Search by Constitution Party of North Carolina State Executive Committee Charlotte, NC

WHEREAS, the Constitution Party of North Carolina believes in the rule of law and that our national and state Constitutions are the supreme laws of the land in their respective boundaries, and

WHEREAS, the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution reads, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized,” and

WHEREAS, on June 9, 2011 Wayne County Sgt. Matt Miller and Deputy Jeremey Hooker stopped Mr. Brandon Cline for speeding on US Highway 70 in Goldsboro, North Carolina, and

WHEREAS, the officers then proceeded to search Mr. Cline’s vehicle in contravention to the Fourth Amendment to the United State Constitution and alleged to have found an “illegal” substance in the vehicle, and

WHEREAS, Mr. Cline was strip-searched beside the highway as affirmed by Captain Richard Lewis of the Wayne County Sheriff Office, and

WHEREAS, Mr. Cline was neither charged with any crime nor any evidence of illegal substances collected from Mr. Cline’s vehicle, and

WHEREAS, Mr. Cline was released without charge, and

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitution Party of North Carolina urges the Wayne County Sherriff’s Department to conduct a full investigation into the matter aforementioned and take appropriate action to ensure that the civil liberties and privacy of Wayne County residents are not violated by public officials, and

THEREFORE FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitution Party of North Carolina urges the Wayne County Sherriff’s Department to instruct its officers more thoroughly in their constitutional authority, specifically the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, so that each officer may fully understand and uphold their oath, and

THEREFORE FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitution Party of North Carolina urges the Wayne County Sherriff’s Department to issue a public apology to Mr. Brandon Cline and to the citizens of Wayne County and to cease conducting unlawful and unreasonable searches of its citizens and their private property.

Constitution Party of North Carolina
7209-J East W.T. Harris Blvd., #119
Charlotte, North Carolina 28227


The night is far spent, the day is at hand: let us therefore cast off the works of darkness, and let us put on the armour of light. - Romans 13:12 (KJV)

In the NEWS


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The ObamaCare 'banana republic'


Strip search complaint prompts Wayne sheriff's office changes

APD Unit Investigated Over Public Strip Search Claims

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State of Missouri is Being Sued for Voter ID Law

Pentagon Declares the Internet a “War Domain”

Hollywood begins mass brainwashing campaign to get people ready for the next bioengineered virus release

Casey Anthony Appealing Conviction For Lying To Police

Marian Paterson, 94-Year-Old Woman, Gets TSA Patdown

Mom Arrested For Yelling At TSA Over Daughter's Patdown

TSA Screeners Once Again Prove Ignorance

Pediatricians turn away kids who aren't vaccinated

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'Emergency' declared in AZ town over allegations


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My Degree Isn't Worth the Debt!


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Obama calls on Congress to seize the moment on debt talks

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Texas yanks Planned Parenthood funding

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Lawsuit: Prayer rally promotes 'rabid Christian agenda'


Push for same-sex 'marriage' continues in Maine

Illinois Catholics win initial court battle over 'gay' adoption

LGBT support -- more reason to hate U.S.

GOP leadership opens door to homosexual rep


Holocaust survivor who inspired Life is Beautiful mourned


Buy, Buy American Pie


Pentagon admits 24,000 computer files were stolen by 'foreign power'


Army Corp Gun Ban Repeal Vote Coming This Week in the House

Legislation Will Protect Gun Rights on Army Corps of Engineers Land

Wednesday, 13 July 2011 12:10

Vote on Pro-gun Amendment Could Come in the House This Week

Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) plans to offer an amendment this week protecting gun rights on land controlled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Currently, guns are prohibited on Corps land, even when gun possession is otherwise allowed by state law. Rep. Gosar’s legislation would simply remove federal restrictions and allow for the law of the states (in which such land is located) to govern firearms possession.

The Gosar amendment, modeled after the Recreational Lands Self-Defense Act (H.R. 1865) introduced by pro-gun Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-OH), is similar to a 2009 law repealing the gun ban on National Park Service land. Army Corps of Engineers land was not part of that bill, something the Corps was quick to point out after that law took affect.

The Corps said, in a statement: “Public Law 111-024 does not apply to Corps projects or facilities . . . [and the Army Corps] will continue to prohibit loaded concealed weapons on Corps properties regardless of the new law and notwithstanding any contrary provisions of state law.”

The amendment will reverse the Corps’ decision and remedy the “oversight” of the lands bill.

“The Recreational Lands Self-Defense Act is a bipartisan effort that seeks to correct this oversight and restore Second Amendment rights to law-abiding citizens while they are legally camping, hunting, and fishing on the 11.7 million acres of Army Corps recreational property,” Rep. Gibbs said.

Rep. Gosar notes that “this amendment will restore continuity to federal lands and ensure that constitutional rights are consistently protected.”

Nationally, the Army Corps of Engineers controls 400 lake and river projects, 90,000 campsites and 4,000 miles of trails. A vote on the Gosar amendment could come as early as Thursday.

ACTION: Please contact your Representative and urge him or her to vote YES on the Gosar amendment.

Click here to send a prewritten message to your Representative.

He that committeth sin is of the devil; for the devil sinneth from the beginning. For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that he might destroy the works of the devil. - John I 3:8 (KJV)



Congress wants automatic wage deductions to pay down the debt - Pathetic Attempt Please Do Not Fall For This

Court Refuses to Stop Texas Execution Even Though Obama Asks Them To

Obama Signs Deal to Allow Mexican Truckers Onto U.S. Highways


Woman Faces 93 Days For Front Yard Garden

Mall Uses Airport Body Scanning Technology for Clothes Shopping

DNA mix-up in lab sent wrong man to prison for four years

Bank Of America Error Leaves Woman With 3 Million Dollar Overdraft

Good Samaritan gets parking ticket when he left his car to help an elderly woman who had been run over

Airport scanners would not catch an implant bomber: Admission as officials announce 'more passenger interaction'

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Infant kidnapped, tortured by Missouri state officials

Arizona: Woman Arrested for Speaking at City Council Meeting

Protect IP Act Gives Government Power to Seize Websites On a Whim

European cloud data may not be immune to the Patriot Act


Anonymity lost: Putting names to faces in the crowd

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Privacy groups protest proposed E-Verify bill


The final nail in the supply side coffin

Christmas Gloom for China Toymakers as Orders Shrivel


NC State says nuclear reactor leak poses no threat - OK We Believe You

Barney Frank and Ron Paul will Introduce Legislation on Thursday to Fully Legalize Marijuana

GOP uses budget, other tools to sap financial law


America's Most Shark-Infested Beaches

Gonorrhea strain resists all antibiotics

Morgellons Disease continues to defeat scientists

It’s not all white: The cocktail of up to 20 chemicals in a glass of milk

5 Facts About Fluoride to Give Your Water District

New danger found in asbestos town


40% of Michigan babies born to single women, study finds

Frantic manhunt on after 7 killed in Grand Rapids


In their shopping carts, it's only Made in the USA

'Made in America' the Store: 30K Items to Buy and Growing


Security researchers discover 'indestructible' botnet


IBM develops 'instantaneous' memory, 100x faster than flash

Celebrate Independence Day with a Real Bang

Celebrate Independence Day with a Real Bang

Monday, June 6th, 2011 at 2:22 PM

Celebrate Independence Day with a Real Bang
While helping preserve our gun rights for the next generation.

“Be a real American Warrior for gun rights and freedom. Join GOA and sign up as many members as you can.” — Ted Nugent

- Independence Day is now less than a month away, and Americans will soon be celebrating in grand style. Many will spend hundreds of dollars on fireworks — even driving hours away to buy “legal” fireworks from out-of-state.

Others will use the holiday to take their children plinking — exercising their time-honored right to keep and bear arms.

Well, Gun Owners would like to encourage you in these pursuits and remind you that one of the greatest gifts you can give your children is the continued freedom to own your firearms. And you can help preserve these rights by getting others to join GOA, the organization that one Congressman deemed “the pit bull of the Second Amendment.”

To give a gift membership in Gun Owners of America, simply go here.

The $20 fee is a bargain, as you will be signing people up as members in the hardest-hitting gun lobby in Washington, DC, for about the cost of a box of ammo.

For about $1.50 a month, you will help further the gun rights organization — that in the past six months alone — has:

  • Spearheaded the effort to get the U.S. Constitution read on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives — for the first time in history;
  • Led the fight amongst gun organizations to repeal anti-gun ObamaCare;
  • Helped stave off an assault on the Senate filibuster, which has since been used (just recently) to defeat a radical, anti-gun judicial nomination;
  • Worked to pass constitutional “permitless” carry in Wyoming and improve open carry in Florida; and,
  • Appeared on hundreds upon hundreds of media outlets (radio, TV and print).

You know that when it comes to elections, GOA has led the way in getting “freedom fighters” sent to Congress. For example, we were the only gun organization in Washington that backed Rand Paul for Senate. And, boy, are we glad we did, as he has already established himself as a champion for gun rights!

We also worked single-handedly (amongst national gun groups) to challenge Harry Reid, and we came within a whisker of defeating him in last year’s elections. Our opposition to him was recently justified (again) after he worked to defeat Senator Rand Paul’s “no gun registration” amendment which he offered to the PATRIOT Act. GOA helped Paul draft this amendment to keep the ATF from registering 4473’s (the form all purchasers fill out when they buy a firearm from a licensed dealer).

Also, in November of 2010, GOA was the ONLY national gun organization working to defeat Nancy Pelosi’s “Blue Dog” Democrats who were compromising your gun rights away. Our efforts were well worth it as we helped defeat over 30 Blue Dogs and reduced Pelosi to a minority status.

GOA does not compromise on Capitol Hill; and we do not compromise when it comes to getting good representation in the Congress.

So why not give your pro-gun family and friends a gift membership in Gun Owners of America? This would be a great gift for Independence Day or for someone’s birthday or anniversary.

You’ll be increasing the voice of the most active grassroots gun lobby that is constantly on the front lines defending your rights.

The more activists who, like you, send their e-mails and postcards to their legislators … the louder your voice becomes in the halls of Congress.

Again, to give a gift membership in Gun Owners of America, simply click on this link.

Once you click on the above link, fill in the information for your family members or friends. You can then print out a Gift Certificate which you can present to the recipients of your generosity.

Thank you!

Gun Owners of America
8001 Forbes Place, Suite 102
Springfield, VA 22151
Phone: 703-321-8585
FAX: 703-321-8408</address>

Gun Owners of America (GOA) is a non-profit lobbying organization formed in 1975 to preserve and defend the Second Amendment rights of gun owners. GOA sees firearms ownership as a freedom issue. `The only no comprise gun lobby in Washington’ – Ron Paul


A wise man is strong; yea, a man of knowledge increaseth strength. Proverbs 24:5(KJV)



The (re)birth of a(nother) nation

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US immigration officials treat innocent cruise ship passengers like terrorists

Ex-TSA Supervisor Gets Prison for Stealing From Passengers - And they treat us like the crimminals

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Facebook quietly switches on facial recognition tech by default

Miami Beach Police Ordered Videographer At Gunpoint To Hand Over Phone

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John English gets driver's license, hopes for birth certificate

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NC Wilmington Branch DMV Manager charged with Felony Conspiracy


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GM chief pushing for higher gas taxes - Lets Boycott GM to nudge them towards not depending on taxpayer bailouts

Hollywood suicide points to chemical danger

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US keeping secret stash of smallpox viruses at lab in Georgia to use for future bioweapons

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Man Puts On Dress, Robs Bank

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The New Cardless National ID

The New—Cardless!—National ID

Posted by Jim Harper

Your chance to comment on a Department of Homeland Security plan to tap into state drivers’ license databases and create a new national ID system expires next week. It’s the groundwork for a cardless national ID, which threatens liberty even more than card-based schemes like REAL ID.

The E-Verify program’s move to merge federal background checks and state driver license data sets the stage for satisfying all three elements of a national ID. (Two years ago, I discussed what constitutes a national ID in some detail.) E-Verify has not satisfied these criteria up to now, but the pieces are coming together quickly.

First, it is national. That is, it is intended to be used throughout the country, and to be nationally uniform in its key elements. If its proponents have their way, E-Verify will indeed soon go national, a requirement on every employer to vet new workers past the federal government’s databases.

Second, its use is either practically or legally required. This is a judgment call, but in two diferent ways, E-Verify appears to meet this element. First, not having data in the E-Verify databases means not having legal work, so “participation” in E-Verify can be fairly called practically required. Second, try to opt out of the system and you will meet a dead end. The program includes no opportunity I know of to refuse participation. It’s legally required if the state or federal governments have got your identity data.

I could be wrong, of course. Interested researchers should try contacting their state motor vehicle bureaus (cc: your state legislators) and ask not to have data about you transferred to the federal government for E-Verify. Please let me know what you learn.

The final “element” of a national ID is that it is used for identification. Up to now, E-Verify has  largely worked by comparing identifiers. (I.e., Does this name match this Social Security number?) The current plan is to tap into state databases for more identifiers: name, date of birth, driver’s license/permit number, and so on. From there, it’s a short ride to gathering drivers’ license photos and biometric descriptors. (E-Verify already uses federally acquired photos in its “Photo Screening Tool.&#8221;) With the inclusion of your driver’s license photo, the E-Verify system will be able to display your picture on the screen of anyone who looks you up, allowing for positive identification.

This is a national identification system. If every employer has to use E-Verify—or even every major employer—it will become the all-purpose security device, used for cashing checks, confirming the name on credit cards, and looking you up at the prescription counter. Of course, it will be used at airport checkpoints. You’ll be screened through E-Verify at entrances to government buildings—maybe private buildings, too. And why not for random, “instant” checks at the subway or bus station? 

Just remember: If you have a tax dispute with the government, the Department of Homeland Security might flag you in the database—or it might de-identify you entirely—until you get right with the government.

Because it’s a database system, you won’t be able to argue your case like you can in the familiar card environment. With a card, at least, you can say, “No, look. This is me. This is my ID card. This is my picture. Give me my prescription.” With E-Verify, the answer will be, “Sorry, you have to talk to DHS or Social Security.” For good reason, I named my paper on electronic employment eligibility verification, “Franz Kafka’s Solution to Illegal Immigration.”

Arguments for the E-Verify system sounding in practicality and common sense do not hold up, but there are also principled reasons to oppose having a government background check system. Using E-Verify, the Department of Homeland Security is rapidly assembling a national ID system that can be converted to boundless uses. In addition to controlling employment, E-Verify can be put to use in regulating access to health care and housing, in gun control and registration, in monitoring travel and lodging—the list goes on and on.

I went through the arguments against having a national identification system in my book, Identity Crisis. In brief, a national ID would strip us of privacy even faster than is already happening, producing formal dossiers and increased surveillance. A national ID would transfer power en masse from individuals to governments. They would administer our rights by controlling the tools we need to navigate a “papers, please” society. A national ID would also be insecure, as it centralizes and homogenizes information assets (identity data) that are more secure if widely dispersed and heterogeneous.

As I noted last week, the federal government cannot and will not implement the REAL ID Act. So it’s on a new tack: E-Verify will soon be the new national ID.

Jim Harper • June 1, 2011 @ 3:57 pm
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Blessed are they that keep his testimonies, and that seek him with the whole heart. Psalm 119:2 KJV


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Supreme Court ruling made Indiana a police state

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DHS Grants Will Pay For Surveillance Systems

US Police State Begins Exponential Expansion

Senate Approves 4-Year Extension of PATRIOT Act

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Queen of the Road: DMV late on 850,000 licenses, and another Queen contest

Video: In Real ID Protest, Florida Libertarian Chairman Drives Without a License

Mississippi driver's license information to be used for immigration enforcement

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Protesters disrupt budget committee meeting, several carried out

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Is America Ready for 'WeinerGate'?

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Ron Paul leads Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney in Republican (book) race

NY rep hires lawyer after lewd photo posted online

Oklahoma OKs 'Health Care Compact'

Cash for tax cheats

The money-grubbing government among us

Some Thoughts on the IMF, Global Injustice, and a Stranger on a Train

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TAKE ACTION University of Kentucky Gun Owner Fired Over Gun in Car

The University of Kentucky has fired a graduate student and former anesthesia technician, Michael Mitchell, for keeping a gun in his car a mile away from the university hospital where he was employed.

The university then proceeded to try to deny Mitchell unemployment compensation by claiming, unsuccessfully, that he was fired for misconduct. A hearing officer found against the University of Kentucky and in favor of Mitchell.

All this, despite the fact that Mitchell had a Kentucky concealed carry permit, believed he had fully complied with Kentucky law governing concealed carry, and therefore cooperated fully with police and university authorities.

And finally, Kentucky Revised Statutes sec. 27.020 seems to prevent a state institution like the University of Kentucky from interfering with the Second Amendment rights of a concealed carry permit holder. That section holds, in part, that “[n]o person or organization, public or private, shall prohibit” a concealed carry permit holder from transporting a firearm in his vehicle in accordance with law.

So....... What’s up with the University of Kentucky?

The answer is that it’s probably not much different from many Left-leaning universities. After all, Virginia Tech fought hard and successfully to keep guns off its campus – nearly a year, to the day, before a crazed gunman killed 31 people on that campus.

Mitchell appealed a ruling from Fayette Circuit Court Judge Pamela Goodwine, who dismissed his suit against the University of Kentucky because its anti-gun animus “was not a violation of public policy.”

Judge Goodwine claims to have read U.S. Supreme Court language concerning “exceptions” to the Second Amendment. This language is called “dictum” and is non-binding.

But Goodwine seems to have missed the point of the Supreme Court’s decision in Heller: Americans have a constitutional right to use firearms to defend themselves.

Kentucky concealed carry permit holders aren’t a problem in America. Rather, the problem is liberal anti-gun institutions who want to disarm their students and employees -– at the same time that they are adamantly incompetent in their efforts to protect persons on their property.

Mitchell appealed directly to the Kentucky Supreme Court, which voted 5-2 to hear his appeal. A win in this lawsuit will end the illegal and discriminatory practice on the university.

ACTION: Our friends at Kentucky Coalition to Carry Concealed (KC3) have set up a fund for Michael Mitchell’s legal defense. Please visit to contribute to this important cause. Any contribution, however small, to this effort to fight on behalf of the Second Amendment would be appreciated.

For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end. Jeremiah 29:11(KJV)



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VA: License plate reader on the road in Bedford County

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Hawaii State drivers licenses, ID cards do not conform to federal rules

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Reid: US must compete with China to lead on energy

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Ohio under siege as jobs disappear

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