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Government Snooping in Your Trash

Somebody could be snooping in your trash . . . and you're paying for it!

In a growing number of cities across the U.S., local governments are placing computer chips in recycling bins to collect data on refuse disposal, and then fining residents who don't participate in recycling efforts and forcing others into educational programs meant to instill respect for the environment.

In at least one city, Dayton, Ohio, this invasion of your privacy is paid for by federal "Stimulus" funds.

Worse, there is evidence that recycling programs actually HARM the environment

Dayton's recycling subsidy is just one of thousands of examples of misspent Stimulus funds, and another piece of evidence that the Stimulus should never have passed.

So please send another letter telling Congress to rescind all remaining Stimulus funds using's Cut Spending Campaign.

You may borrow from or copy this letter . . .

The Stimulus was advertised as putting money in "shovel-ready" projects that would create jobs. But it is a gigantic waste and you must rescind all remaining funds.

For example: $500,000 went to the city of Dayton, Ohio to snoop in people's garbage and rearrange trash bins!

This isn't job creation, it's social engineering.

Dayton's trash disposal policy is Dayton's concern, not mine or yours. The Constitution does not authorize the federal government to give aid to states or cities, which means federal funding of this program violates the Tenth Amendment.

There are 99 similarly wasteful projects listed in a report by Sens. McCain and Coburn that you should read.

I resent my dollars paying for projects like these. Rescind the Stimulus!


You can send your letter through's Educate the Powerful System

And if you are as outraged by government waste as we are, please forward this to friends and "like" our Facebook page.



Be not ye therefore like unto them: for your Father knoweth what things ye have need of, before ye ask him. Matthew 6:8 (KJV)



Obama’s Grab for New Spy Powers


Why death rates INCREASED in 20mph zones... and getting rid of cameras reduces accidents

Stop-sign cameras catch Calif. drivers off guard

The Truth Police

Google CEO: We Know Where You Are. We Know Where You’ve Been....

New website lets citizen spies snoop on thousands of CCTV cameras – and get cash rewards for spotting ‘crimes’

Police Brutality: Oakland Police Leave Note To Family ‘We Killed Your Dog’


Ga. federal judge arrested on drug, gun charges

Gun case defying feds heads to appeals court

Schwarzenegger vetoes bill seeking companies' WWII roles - Why hold them accountable for their terrible actions

Ford and GM Scrutinized for Alleged Nazi Collaboration

Eye-popping power grab: Licensing of U.S. colleges

McCain's Jail US Citizens Indefinitely Bill In Committee

Read McCain's US Citizen Detention Bill S 3081

US Government, Corporate Media Hatch “Irritating” And Unfounded Terror Plot

October Surprise: Terror Hysteria Recycled In Election Ploy


New Yorkers hit with nearly 5% state clothes tax

BofA suspends foreclosures in 23 states

Wall Street Sees World Economy Decoupling From U.S.

IMF admits that the West is stuck in near depression

Report: Verizon to Pay $90M in Customer Refunds


The boy of three trapped in the world of Thomas The Tank Engine after watching show for five hours a day

Plane with sick child held at gate in Colorado


Splattergate: ‘Oh well, we live and learn….’

Get ready for new big chill as forecasters predict back-to-back ‘white-out’ winters


20 kidnapped in Mexican resort city of Acapulco


Ottawa moves to protect government computer systems from hackers, cyber attacks

Hacker infiltration ends D.C. online voting trial

Internet monitoring plan threatens privacy

Hackers Inject Univ. of Michigan 'Fight Song' Onto System During D.C. Internet Voting Scheme Tests

Iran says it has defeated computer code which attacked its nuclear power plants

Cheap costs for hackers may lead to thousands in consumer credit card debt

Cyber-thieves hit town fund

48 hackers charged so far with stealing $12.5M from banks

FBI Arrest Over 100, Uncovers Cyber Crime Ring

Ottawa moves to protect government computer systems from hackers, cyber attacks

Another Voice: Privacy vs. security on the Internet


Are we raising a generation of nincompoops?


More Victories in the Fight to Preserve Liberties

Quote of the Day: "Perseverance is more prevailing than violence; and many things which cannot be overcome when they are together, yield themselves up when taken little by little." -- Plutarch (c.45-125 A.D.)

There's a good chance we've defeated the cumbersome food safety bill. "The Hill" reports that Congressional leaders pulled the bill even though they had the votes to pass it.

Now why on earth would they do that? It's because . . .

Pressure works!

We and our allies stirred up enough dust to make the politicians nervous about passing this bill before the election. And they'll no longer have the votes once the people fire the Democratic majority. The final danger is that the Dems will try to force it through during a lame-duck session. We'll have to be on guard against that. Meanwhile . . .

We can celebrate another success.

Plus, in other good news . . .

Rand Paul invokes "reading the bills," and "downsizing the government" in his latest TV commercial.

And, I'll be traveling through Florida next week, promoting Downsize DC, and speaking at the NullifyNow conference

This last item has forced a change in our work schedule. We're going to have to delay, by one week, showing you the new home page for the new website for the Downsize DC Foundation, which is the educational arm of Downsize DC. Meanwhile . . .

There are bills to pay, and we've only sent one fundraising message all month. We got our head above water with the assistance we received in August when we had to shut down for a day, but we want to keep it that way. Today is the first day of October. Can you help close out September by making a contribution, or starting a monthly pledge?

Thanks in advance for your help, and have a good weekend.

Jim Babka
President, Inc.


Ponder the path of thy feet, and let all thy ways be established. Proverbs 4:26 (KJV)




Veteran's family denied WH tour because of shorts

Obama: “It Took Time To Free The Slaves”

Obama announces Emanuel's exit as chief of staff


McDonald's denies report of dropping health care


Blood, sweat and tears: the truth about how your sportswear is made


Prop 23 battle heats up in California as Schwarzenegger comes out fighting

New Internet Censorship Bill Introduced

Senate votes to turn down volume on TV commercials

And they're out! Congress flees DC to campaign

Stop the Internet Blacklist

Israeli cyber unit responsible for Iran computer worm – claim

Computer worm attacking Iran's nuclear facilities 'includes Biblical link to Israel'

“Firing Squad” for Pennsylvania Homeland Security Director


Police surveillance of Muslims set up with 'no regard for law'

GPS and the Police State

Tickets from L.A.'s red-light cameras often go unpaid

Authorities Plan To Trawl Phone Calls And E Mails For Signs Of Resentment Toward Government

Fort Hood soldiers told to list private weapons

Feds Use Pre-Crime To Target Disgruntled Veterans


D.C. brings HIV testing to the crowd at the DMV

Spate of Lawsuits Shows User Discomfort With Latest Innovations in Online-Tracking Technology


Rate board denies Postal Service price increase plea

Americans tread water in gulf between rich, poor

Meredith Whitney Predicts 80,000 Layoffs for Wall Street

Truck drivers pushed to the limit

Economy loses speed in spring; more weakness ahead

Mortgage rates match low of 4.32 percent


Former USAF Academy Professor Slams Christian Bigotry


In 1932, Fox Helped Make Propaganda Films for Hitler


Baby sleep positioners 'are too dangerous to use

How can vaccines actually be used to reduce world population?

Scientists: 40 Times More Cancer-Causing Toxics in Gulf than Before Spill … Dispersants to Blame

Chemical pesticides linked to ADHD in children

HI Gov Candidate Backs Flu Shots But Won't Take One

Child nutrition bill stalls in House


Rupert Murdoch Calls for Amnesty for ‘Law-Abiding’ Illegal Immigrants


Fisher-Price recalls more than 10M kid products

FDA exec: agency too slow to order J&J recall


'Go green or we'll kill your kids' says Richard Curtis eco-propaganda shocker


VoIP Abuse Project lures hackers with honeypot then blacklists them

Dozens charged in NY in global computer virus scam

Comcast Roundup: Stephen Burke will lead NBC, hackers sentenced and more

Delaware courts: Turkish man gets prison for 'mobile fraud service'

Kanye Cancels This Week's "GOOD Friday" Due To Hackers

More spam on Twitter, Facebook

Facebook security team zeroes in on Koobface hackers

Hackers Arm Themselves With Malware

Pssst! Wanna Buy a Dangerous Security Hack?

Restaurant News Bites: Hackers, Darden, Pizza Hut

Hackers blamed in BexarMet theft

Hackers Target Mobile Banking

Kanye Hates Hackers, Cancels GOOD Friday

Pirate Bay User Database Exploited By Spammers

DA: Global Cyber-Crime Scheme Yields 15 Arrests Locally

Authorites Charge 60 People in Computer Hacking Scheme

FBI take down dozens of cyber criminals in $3million computer virus scam

U.S. Charges 37 Alleged Mules and Others in Online Bank Fraud Scheme

Hackers to continue media company attacks until no longer angry

Pentagon's New Cyber Command Misses Deadline to Be Fully Operational

Adobe readies critical Reader update

Students plagued by Internet fraud


Stimulus Funds Used to Chip Children

It is clear that the Stimulus failed to curb unemployment. Even worse is how the money is being spent. The letter below illustrates just one place where your dollars are being misused.

That's why we're asking you to tell Congress to rescind all remaining Stimulus funds.

Our hard-wired letter says simply "Please cut federal spending."

In addition to this you may borrow from or copy these additional comments . . .

Specifically, please rescind all remaining stimulus funds. It adds to the national debt but has not reduced unemployment.

Even worse is how the money is being spent.

For instance, the stimulus paid for RFID chips implanted in jerseys that Head Start preschoolers are required to wear in Richmond, CA. This Orwellian precedent scares me!

* RFID is an unproven technology vulnerable to hacking - actually making children less safe from kidnappers
* It's unknown how much private data is being collected, and for how long it will be kept, meaning . .
* It's an assault on the privacy and dignity of these children and their low-income parents.

I know this program was not specifically mentioned in the Stimulus bill. That's the problem: even if you had read the bill, you wouldn't have known about this.

That's why you should rescind all remaining stimulus funds. Don't steal taxpayer money if you don't even know how it is being spent.


You can send your letter using's Educate the Powerful System.

Galatians 6:6 Let him that is taught in the word communicate unto him that teacheth in all good things. (KJV)



Barack Obama says he is 'a Christian by choice'

Obama Refers to Illegal Aliens as ‘Us’ As He Renews Call for Amnesty

Obama: Yes to 2011 climate bill push

Obama: D.C. schools don't suit daughters


Distrust in U.S. Media Edges Up to Record High

Fort Hood reports record number of suicides

Did CBS Use Justin Bieber to Paint Tea Party as Violent, Anti-Government Extremists?

Poll: 71% of Republican voters back tea party

Liberty on Lockdown

Fox primary: complicated, contractual

Riots Grip East Jerusalem

Courage, Liberty, Guns and Weed


New Database Tracks Purchase Cold & Allergy Medicine in Real-Time - Why not just ban pseudoephedrine?

Feds Radiating Americans At Internal Checkpoints

Cyber bill would give U.S. emergency powers

Army judge tells officer: Shut up and be punished!

FBI agents seek the right to tap texts, emails and websites

Report: Significant cheating by FBI agents on exam

Americans living in a police state?


DMV licence fee snafu costs Hayward driver more than $1,000

‘Snippets’ of Patient Data Are Accidentally Posted

India Launches Project to ID 1.2 Billion People

J.P. Morgan Chase Temporalily freezes 56,000 foreclosures

Stocks slip as European protests worsen debt fears

Plundering the middle class

Is The Federal Reserve Out Of Control?

John Paulson’s Scary Speech: Double Digit Inflation By 2012, Gold At $4,000

US Mint Runs Out Of Buffalo Gold Coins, Will Not Restock

Despite economy, Americans don't want farm work

J.M. Smucker to close 2 plants, cut 150 jobs

85 Minnesota jobs experts bounced from jobs

Sour economic mood in living room and boardroom

Consumer confidence expected to dip in September

Toys R Us to hire 45,000 workers for holidays


More reports of flesh-eating bacteria in the Gulf — 12 y/o dies after only his feet touched the water

Meat tainted with deadly bacteria is being sold to consumers; government forms 'work group'


Survey: Americans don't know much about religion


Sex party booked for fire hall is canceled

Miami federal prosecutor arrested after swimming in his boxers

Rage, love offered as murder-suicide motives


How Did UT Shooter Tooley Get Mohammed Atta's Eyes, Eyebrows?


Stuxnet Worm: Iran Deny Nuclear Power Station Was Hit By First Cyberweapon Of Its Kind

Millions Stolen form UK Bank Accounts by Hackers

DDoS attackers line up new targets

What to Do If Hackers Steal Your Online Accounts

Computer Hackers Steal Millions from British Bank Accounts

Facebook hacking on the rise

Chinese hackers to target games site

SIM card crime ring arrested, is your phone safe?


URGENT: DISCLOSE Act Vote Likely Today

The Senate will likely vote on the DISCLOSE Act again TODAY. That's why we're sending this message earlier than normal. It's urgent that you act quickly.

Incumbents banded together in 2002 to make it effectively a crime, punishable by jail, for a non-profit group like to broadcast issue ads during the final days of an election campaign.

The Supreme Court fixed this problem earlier this year, getting something right for a change. In the Citizens United case they restored the right of non-profit corporations like, Inc., to broadcast issue ads during elections.

The name of the case fits. Non-wealthy CITIZENS are UNITED in organizations: They band together using their First Amendment rights of association and press to publish and broadcast their opinions. Bad laws have forced we citizens into a legal cul de sac, where WE NEED CORPORATIONS LIKE CITIZENS UNITED AND DOWNSIZE DC TO HELP US ACHIEVE OUR GOAL OF BEING HEARD. But . . .

In this year when most Americans want to fire Congress, the incumbent politicians are making a last ditch effort to protect incumbency -- by chilling dissent. Here's what's at stake . . .

Because is un-willing to expose its list of supporters (your name) to the Federal Election Commission we would be PROHIBITED from running ads exposing a candidate's record.

We explain, in greater detail, how this law would affect the groups you love most at the web page opposing the anti-First Amendment DISCLOSE Act.

To create artificial demand for this terrible bill, numerous politicians, including the President, have lied about the Citizens United decision. It's time to call them on it -- literally.

First, send them a letter RIGHT NOW. Here's what I wrote using's Educate the Powerful System:

There has been a massive disinformation campaign designed to push through this anti-First Amendment bill.

* Some Representatives and Senators have said that the Citizens United ruling overturned 100 years of law, when it fact it merely overturned a 20-year old decision.

* Many of these same incumbent politicians claimed that now major corporations, like BP, would be able to buy our elections (one of your members even said bribery was now legal!).

* Which is richly ironic, because . . .

a) The DISCLOSE Act only restricts regular-sized non-profits while exempting behemoths like the NRA and AARP, and . . .
b) Major commercial corporations have always held tremendous sway over our government, and any pretense that they don't insults my intelligence.


And I'm in on the secret.

If you vote for this bill then it means you want to disenfranchise the little guy for the benfit of yourself and big special interests.

There's a better alternative. As James Madison said Federalist No.10, the best way to counter the influence of tremendous wealth, and the concentrated benefits that big corporations seek, is to foster the freedom for many voices to join the political fray. That's why the First Amendment reads, "Congress shall make no law," that even "abridges" (remotely infringes) on my rights of association and expression -- NO LAW.

I emphatically urge you to work and vote for a filibuster, and failing that, to work as hard as you can to defeat the DISCLOSE Act.


Second, because the vote is occurring today, PLEASE ALSO CALL YOUR SENATORS ON THE PHONE. Their numbers are provided on the same page where you send your letter to Congress, if you're logged-in to your account.

Remember to tell them you're a constituent of theirs, and to be brief, polite, but forceful.

Please pass this message on to others, removing the information below my signature so no one accidentally unsubscribes you. Also, if you have a blog, please repost this information.

Jim Babka
President, Inc.


And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this? John 11:26 (KJV)


Obama’s Aunt: ‘If I Come Here As An (Illegal) Immigrant, You Have The Obligation To Make Me A Citizen’

Key Obama economy adviser to quit

'I'm exhausted defending you': Middle-class mother confronts Obama at meet-the-voters event

Campaigning Democrats turn against health care reform and Barack Obama

Shut down! Question about back taxes Press secretary bypasses 2nd-most senior reporter on beat


Real-Time Security Cameras Link NYC Subway Hubs

Bill would let feds block pirate websites worldwide - Copyright enforcement as censorship

Database of suspicious activity going live with little attention

Pittsburgh's FBI field office comes under scrutiny

State senator Tom Duane to reintroduce mandatory flu vaccinations for healthcare workers

Inspector General clears FBI in Miami protests

Cop breaks neck of 84-year-old WWII vet


3rd woman says 'sexting' Calumet County DA harassed her - Yet he is not being fired

Israeli police storm Jerusalem mosque compound

'Don't ask, don't tell' repeal goes down in flames

Taxpayers to subsidize referrals to Planned Parenthood

Ohio Dem chair drops F-bomb - Tea party 'f---ers'

Take-action Senate Scheduled to Vote on anti-Free Speech Bill

Jefferson prosecutor hopeful calls U.S. 'fascist police state' in clip filmed 3 years ago

N.Y. Appellate Court Panel Suspends Lawyer/Law Judge for Ex Parte Contacts

Landmark Day Hailed as More Nations Ban Use of Child Soldiers

Howard-Bush defence treaty passes hurdle

US House puts oceans, coasts under UN: Senate vote will seal the deal

Prepare To Be Betrayed

Ex-city manager among 8 arrested in Calif. scandal

University bans political e-mails


Forget $1,300, Gold Is Heading To $11,000 On Dollar Collapse

Homebuilding industry years away from recovery

21 communities to plan 'Promise Neighborhoods'


Latest Vaccine Propaganda: It Prevents Heart Attacks

Unusual illnesses: Curiouser and curiouser


Cops: Indiana kids died after 10 hours in closet

KFC pays college women for ad space on buns


Woman in acid-attack hoax charged with theft


5 Wisconsin Carry Members Handcuffed, Detained


Keeping your computer safe from hackers

Addicts, hackers stealing identifications and more on the internet

Planning a holiday? Beware of hackers

One in five college and university students have hacked

Hackers to Target ATMs in Australia

When alleged 'web hackers' attempt takeover of marketing institute

Twitter worms spread quickly thanks to blatant security flaw

Linux Kernel Exploit Gives Hackers a Back Door

Hackers Exploit Twitter Security Flaw


US millionaire leaves $8 Million to Wombat Awareness Organisation


Hotel ousts couple after accusing them of writing negative TripAdvisor review


Choose Freedom: Ignore DC

by Michael Boldin

There’s plenty of federal holidays for Americans to celebrate. On July 4th, there’s independence from King George’s England. On the first Monday in September, a holiday was dedicated to the “social and economic achievements of American workers.” Other days throughout the year celebrate autumn harvest, soldiers who died in the civil war and even a person who sailed to this continent nearly three centuries before the country was “founded.”

When there’s no federally-sanctioned holiday to call upon, protesters and activists across the political spectrum often pick “important” dates to schedule events to bring attention to their cause. We’ve seen protests on Tax Day, Independence Day, May Day, Earth Day, and more. And, in the past few weeks we saw great importance placed on days that doesn’t even have a letter in their name, 8/28 and 9/12.

But nowhere to be found on these great lists of “federal holidays” or “protest days” is a celebration of the document that defined the principles of liberty that this country was supposedly founded upon – the Constitution.


The Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787, and every year that date passes by with hardly a sound. Sure, now that it’s considered a day of “federal observance” you’ll find government schools around the country including it in their lesson plans. But these discussions generally focus on “Constitution Trivia” instead of what’s really important. While it may be good to educate our young on how many years a Senator serves, or how Supreme Court justices are appointed, it’s not enough. Seriously lacking in the public discourse is the actual purpose of the Constitution – its underlying principles.

When the Constitution was being considered for ratification, there was strong opposition from famous American figures that included George Mason and Patrick Henry. One major reason for this was a fear of too much power. The founding generation spent their lives toiling under a tyranny – a government without limits. But, when the Constitution was written, it was done to codify in law that the powers of government would be limited to those which had been delegated to it – and nothing more.

The entire system was created under the principle of popular sovereignty – that ‘We the People of the Several States’ created the government, and all powers not delegated to it, were retained. But that’s not something you’re likely to hear from politicians in Washington DC, political pundits, schools, or just about anywhere else. It’s generally not in their interest, either.

If politicians and their backers were promoting such crazy ideas as “originalism” and “limited government” they’d never be able to convince you that they have the power to tell you what kind of health care plan you’ll be getting, how big your toilet can be, what kind of plants you’re allowed to grow, where you’re allowed to exercise your “right” to free speech, whom you can buy and sell from, and even when you must send your children to die for them.


Throughout history, even kings and queens have often failed to survive such acts of hubris; but, in “free” America, the major parties that produce all the presidents continue to receive approval through tens of millions of votes. And where has that gotten people?

Well, let’s take a look at some major issues.

  • If you were opposed to war in the Bush administration, you’ve still got the same wars and threats of wars under Obama.
  • If you were opposed to national health care under Clinton, you got a massive expansion of government health care under George Bush, which laid the groundwork for an even bigger expansion under Obama.
  • If you didn’t like the federal government passing the Patriot Act without even reading it, you’re still getting the same (or worse) failure to read legislation today.
  • On the other hand, if you liked the Bush bailouts, you’ve gotta love the ones that Obama has given you!

No matter what side of the political aisle you sit on, the federal government is not your friend. It’s not a friend to the Constitution, and it’s certainly no friend to your liberty. For years and years…and years, people have yelled “vote the bums out!” “Call Congress now!” “March on DC!” But, in the long run, little to none of this actually works.

If you oppose this national health care plan, they’ll give you that one. If you oppose one war, you’ll get another one. If you oppose today’s bailout, they’ll find a different one tomorrow. Decade in and decade out, the government keeps growing, and your liberty keeps shrinking. And it doesn’t matter if the person in charge is named Obama, or Bush, or Reagan, or Clinton.

The bottom line? Looking to the federal government – whether it’s though elections, or protests, or lawsuits, or rallies – is a failed strategy. So how about trying something new?


People around the country are recognizing that there is a different path, and one that has a chance of working on a big scale, too. Already nearly a dozen states have passed 10th amendment resolutions reaffirming the proper role of government under the Constitution. 25 states have stopped the real id act dead in its tracks in most of the country. 8 states have passed firearms freedom acts – to nullify some federal gun laws and regulations in their state. 5 states have already passed laws to nullify federal health care mandates – with more on the way. And, fourteen states now have medical marijuana laws in direct opposition to federal laws..

In Jeffersonian-speak, this all falls under the banner of “nullification.” When a state ‘nullifies’ a federal law, it is proclaiming that the law in question is void and inoperative, or ‘non-effective,’ within the boundaries of that state; or, in other words, not a law as far as that state is concerned.

While some in government and the media would like to paint this essential tool for resisting federal tyranny as solely aligned with the South in the War Between the States – and nothing more, they’re missing some essential history. It’s been used in efforts to advance free speech, help runaway slaves, resist high taxes and more.

And recently, the Bush-Era Real ID Act is now virtually dead in the water, not due to elections or rallies, or calls to Congress – but instead, due to state-level resistance. In the past three-plus years, approximately two dozen states simply refused to implement the law. The result? The law is still on the books in Congress. It’s never been overturned by a federal court. But yet – in most of the country – it’s virtually null and void.

Even better, this is no single-issue movement. Legislators in over 20 states are considering legislation to nullify some federal gun laws, and another 20 are looking at ways to nullify national health care. 15 states are weighing legislation or ballot initiatives that could turn them into medical marijuana states by next year, and activists in over a dozen states have been pushing for legislation that would require their governors to bring national guard troops home from Iraq and elsewhere. On top of it, a national tour has been launched in support of these efforts – something that may have been impossible just a few years ago


Issue by issue, law by law, the best way to change the federal government is by refusing to comply with it on a state and individual level. Withdrawing our consent for unconstitutional “laws,” acts, regulations….and mandates…has a much better effect than begging or demanding that DC limit its own power.

Over the years, wise men and women warned us that the Constitution would never enforce itself. I believe it’s time for people to recognize this as fact, and bring that enforcement closer to home.

Whether you’re on the left, or on the right, or even somewhere in the middle, the path to freedom, the path to your political goals lies not in Washington D.C. Instead, it lies in Madison, and Jefferson (City)…and other state capitols around the country.

So this Constitution Day take a new pledge. Ignore and nullify the federal government. When it refuses to follow the Constitution year in and year out, it becomes as worthless as it is dangerous.

Michael Boldin [send him email] is the founder of the Tenth Amendment Center.

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He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned. Mark 16:16 (KJV)



Americans complain about boastful stimulus signs

Obama pushes exports to help drive economic recovery


With New Provisions Set to Kick, Obamacare Ad Blitz Launches

Health Insurers Seeking Rate Hikes Of More Than 20 Percent In Connecticut


US Senate panel approves new Start nuclear arms treaty with Russia

Expiring tax cuts hit taxpayers at every level

Bush Tax Cuts Not Important for US Economy: Summers

South Carolina GOP lawmaker McConnell defends picture with 'slave' re-enactors

Wis. prosecutor who 'sexted' victim won't resign

Health care law's massive, hidden tax change

House Dems eye new 1099 repeal


NC: Panel: Heed cyber threat - Too bad the NC DMV has ignored it

Cybersecurity and privacy laws, distinction "breaking down "

DMV Sex Hotline: NY DMV Phone Number Sends Callers to Sex Hotline

Virginia DMV workers' hours could change to save money

DMV computer woes mean no driver's licenses


The T-Shirt That Scared a State

On the Targeted Policing of the Toronto G20 Convergence


The Secret List Of 10 States With Soaring Poverty Rates The Government Doesn’t Want You To See

Bailouts Of Freddie And Fannie Will Bury Us Under Unpayable Debt

Banks seize record number of homes

Broke Towns Can’t Afford to Drug Constituents with Fluoride - Good News

More Than a Third Say It’s Okay to Walk Away from Mortgage

Census Bureau reports new spike in poverty

The poor and impoverished turn to the forest


Reid Adding Amnesty Measure to Defense Bill


Wellesley, Massachusetts Public School Students Learn to Pray to Allah

NJ teacher to serve jail time for removing a student from class by his ear


Homeschool mom takes kids to murder trial


Drug-resistant 'superbugs' hit 35 states, spread worldwide

U.S. drug firm penalized $300M for criminal actions

CDC Allegedly Falsifies Reports – Ignoring up to 3,587 Miscarriages From H1N1 Vaccine

Blood-sucking insects kill 31 in China

Mad Cow Disease Causes Cattle Eyes to Glow

Wis. will allow carcasses to move out of CWD zone


19-year old girl arrested for rape


Cloud is a delight for hackers, says Novell

Hackers Love FarmVille

Seven ways social nets like Facebook and LinkedIn are 'truly evil'

US official: NATO should make cyber warfare a priority

Nigerian Hackers Sell Man's House


Obama Administration Moves to Block the Sale of M1s to Law-abiding Americans

Obama Administration Moves to Block the Sale of M1s to Law-abiding Americans
-- State Department intimates that these historic relics may be melted down

Gun Owners of America E-Mail Alert
8001 Forbes Place, Suite 102, Springfield, VA 22151
Phone: 703-321-8585 / FAX: 703-321-8408

Monday, September 13, 2010

Apparently, things are going so well in the Middle East that the State Department now feels it can turn its attention to banning the lawful possession of firearms by American citizens.

In a little-noticed decision in March, the Obama administration reversed an earlier decision and moved to block the importation of 857,470 lawful M1 semi-automatics which were being sold by South Korea in an effort to raise money for its military. According to Hillary Clinton's State Department, this action was taken because the M1's "could potentially be exploited... for illicit purposes."

Even worse, a spokesman for the State Department left the impression that the valuable historic relics could even be melted down, as Clinton's husband did during his administration. Suffice it to say that this is just another reiteration of the same anti-gun political theatre. And the cheers coming from anti-gunners like Dennis Henigan of the Brady Campaign are ample proof of that.

Possession of these guns by Americans is lawful. They are antiques of historical interest, particularly for those who, unlike Clinton and her husband, served this country honorably in America's foreign wars. And anyone wishing to acquire one would have to go through an Instant Check.

If any American, going into the November elections, had any doubt that Barack Obama and the Democratic Party leaders hate guns and have contempt for the Second Amendment, this is proof. Reps. John Boozman and Paul Broun are submitting a letter to State Department Secretary Hillary Clinton -- demanding that this unlawful decision be reversed.

And we are working with several legislators to offer an amendment on the next available legislative vehicle which would prohibit the administration from blocking the importation -- or even the destruction -- of these firearms. Please see the ACTION item and pre-written letter below.

Have you recently renewed your GOA membership?

If you haven't renewed your membership lately, then there's a lot of information that you could be missing. In our newsletters, GOA takes on recent UN efforts to impose global gun control and has provided its members with postcards to inundate their Senators in opposition to any arms control treaties that would infringe upon our gun rights.

In fact, current members should be expecting another update on UN gun control efforts that will be arriving in their mailboxes soon. We can't fight all our battles through email and that's why we need you to be a member of Gun Owners of America.

You can go to and join Gun Owners of America for the cost of a box of ammunition. Get your friends and family to sign up as well. You'll be glad you did!

ACTION: Write your Representative and urge him or her to cosign the Boozman/Broun letter which demands that the unlawful decision against the M1s be reversed. You can go to the Gun Owners Legislative Action Center at to send your Representative the pre-written e-mail message below.

----- Pre-written letter -----

Dear Representative:

Please stand up for the Second Amendment in opposition to the Obama administration's anti-gun efforts to block the importation of -- or even destroy -- over 850,000 legal, historic M1 semi-automatic firearms.

Reps. John Boozman and Paul Broun are submitting a letter to State Department Secretary Hillary Clinton protesting this unlawful action.

I urge you in the strongest terms to cosign that letter with them. You can contact either Boozman's or Broun's office to get a copy of the letter and to indicate your desire to add your name to this effort.

Thank you.


Ephesians 3:19
And to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God. - (KJV)



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Why All the Threats of Violence Over Koran Burning?

We are told over and again that Islam is a "religion of peace" yet the US State Department issued worldwide travel alert to Americans traveling "and cautions that 'the potential for further protests and demonstrations, which may turn violent, remains high.'"

I personally think the idea was a moronic and ungodly thing to even talk about doing. Regardless of the fact that it may have resulted in what Pastor Jones wanted and that was to prevent the mosque from being build on ground zero.

If he wanted to take a stand against a religious ideology he was adamantly opposed to, he should have used the book that he wanted to burn to educate people why he had issues with it.

Better yet, he should use the Holy Bible to show why he believed that following the teachings of Christ was the correct path to take.

However, I keep reading that Islam is a "religion of peace", yet so many are dieing for refusing to follow its ideologies and for decimating what it deems to be its holy words.

In the United States we have a fundamental right to worship any god we want or none at all. While I choose to serve the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob, others can choose to serve whomever they want. After all, God will ultimately judge us all in the end.

If the Muslims want to build a mosque in NYC near ground zero, it is their right to do so, though most Americans and many Muslims agree that it is in bad taste.

Likewise, if some misguided pastor in Florida wants to burn Korans, than that is his first Amendment right to do so. But the very act of him doing such a thing is diametrically opposite of the message of Love that Gods word teaches.

Stand Up, Speak Up, Live Free



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Great Advice to Men of God

1 Timothy 6

1 Let as many servants as are under the yoke count their own masters worthy of all honour, that the name of God and his doctrine be not blasphemed. 2 And they that have believing masters, let them not despise them, because they are brethren; but rather do them service, because they are faithful and beloved, partakers of the benefit. These things teach and exhort.

3 If any man teach otherwise, and consent not to wholesome words, even the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine which is according to godliness; 4 He is proud, knowing nothing, but doting about questions and strifes of words, whereof cometh envy, strife, railings, evil surmisings, 5 Perverse disputings of men of corrupt minds, and destitute of the truth, supposing that gain is godliness: from such withdraw thyself. 6 But godliness with contentment is great gain. 7 For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out. 8 And having food and raiment let us be therewith content. 9 But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition. 10 For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

11 But thou, O man of God, flee these things; and follow after righteousness, godliness, faith, love, patience, meekness. 12 Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou art also called, and hast professed a good profession before many witnesses. 13 I give thee charge in the sight of God, who quickeneth all things, and before Christ Jesus, who before Pontius Pilate witnessed a good confession; 14 That thou keep this commandment without spot, unrebukeable, until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ: 15 Which in his times he shall shew, who is the blessed and only Potentate, the King of kings, and Lord of lords; 16 Who only hath immortality, dwelling in the light which no man can approach unto; whom no man hath seen, nor can see: to whom be honour and power everlasting. Amen.

17 Charge them that are rich in this world, that they be not highminded, nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the living God, who giveth us richly all things to enjoy; 18 That they do good, that they be rich in good works, ready to distribute, willing to communicate; 19 Laying up in store for themselves a good foundation against the time to come, that they may lay hold on eternal life.

20 O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called: 21 Which some professing have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen. (The first to Timothy was written from Laodicea, which is the chiefest city of Phrygia Pacatiana.)

If only men who proclaim to be ministers of the the Gospel would follow this advice, our world would be a much better place. Though I could imagine that men of God who served in this manner would be hated by the majority of the world because they would not want to repent of their sins and move away from their depravity.



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What Your PC Knows About You

by Mark Nestmann
Sovereign Society

If someone could secretly stand behind you and monitor everything you’ve done on your PC, what would they discover about you that you would prefer to keep private? Thanks to new technologies that secretly track everywhere you go on the Internet, that’s an appropriate comparison of the threat you face unless you take advance precautions.

Perhaps you’ve never visited a Web site you wouldn’t want your spouse, your children, your neighbors, or the FBI to know about. Perhaps you really do have “nothing to hide.” But if you do, you’ll want to understand the threat to your privacy – and what you can do to protect yourself.

The centerpiece of this threat is a tracking technology that records what Web sites you visit, what links you click on, and what types of search engine questions you ask. If you’ve entered personal information into applications that use these technologies, that data is stored as well. All of it is written to hidden directories on your hard disk. And there it stays – permanently – unless you know how to delete it.

Usually what’s recorded is innocuous. You might not mind that your hard disk has a record of the movies you’ve rented, the fact that you’re interested in photography, or that you want to take pilot lessons. And you might not object to the fact that the companies that create these hidden directories sell the information. For instance, a company selling photographic supplies would surely be interested in presenting an advertisement for its services to someone with a proven interest in photography.

However, perhaps your interests are a bit more controversial. Or even if they’re not, perhaps someone with access to your PC has less conventional preferences than you. In that event, the data in the hidden directories could possibly come back to haunt you, should your PC ever be compromised – or searched by law enforcement.

Say, for instance, that you – or someone with access to your PC – watch a controversial video on the Internet. Guess what? The Web site serving up the video to your browser most likely plants a tracking beacon on your hard drive, where it stays – potentially, forever. Erasing “cookies” in your browser will NOT delete these beacons!

The largest offender in this regard is probably a program called Adobe Flash Player (AFP). Many Web sites use AFP to deliver audio and visual content. But AFP also creates a hidden directory on your hard disk to track the Web sites you visit, especially those with interactive or multimedia features. Companies that plant the beacons use them to personalize your browsing experience, and also sell the data they contain to direct marketing companies.

Since you can’t delete these files from your browser, the most practical way to deal with them is to install a browser add-on program to manage and delete them. One such program is “Better Privacy,” an add-on for Firefox. You can download it here. I’ve configured Better Privacy to delete all AFP beacons when I shut down my browser.

I also suggest that you configure AFP to minimize tracking altogether. You can adjust its settings using a virtual control panel.

I’ve adjusted the settings on my PC to always deny access to my PC’s camera or microphone, never storing any content, and deleting all records of Web sites I’ve visited that use AFP. Those settings, together with the Better Privacy add-on, seem to have rid my PC of “beacons” – at least those from AFP. These settings limit functionality on some Web sites, but so long as you configure AFP to allow programs to ask you for permission to store content, you can control which ones have access to your PC. When you exit your browser, Better Privacy deletes them.

Incidentally, none of AFP’s tracking software violates any U.S. law; at least none of which I’m aware. And don’t look to the government for help – law enforcement agencies surely find beacons on your PC a highly informative tool to track your Web browsing behavior.

With big business and big government collaborating to invade your online privacy, you have only one resource to depend upon – yourself. So if you don’t want permanent records of your online life residing on your hard drive, don’t call your Congressman for help. You alone must take responsibility for protecting your online privacy.

September 2, 2010

Mark Nestmann is a journalist with more than 20 years of investigative experience and is a charter member of The Sovereign Society’s Council of Experts. He has authored over a dozen books and many additional reports on wealth preservation, privacy and offshore investing. Mark serves as president of his own international consulting firm, The Nestmann Group, Ltd. The Nestmann Group provides international wealth preservation services for high-net worth individuals. Mark is an Associate Member of the American Bar Association (member of subcommittee on Foreign Activities of U.S. Taxpayers, Committee on Taxation) and member of the Society of Professional Journalists. In 2005, he was awarded a Masters of Laws (LL.M) degree in international tax law at the Vienna (Austria) University of Economics and Business Administration.

Copyright © 2010 Mark Nestmann



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500 Million Sensitive Records Breached Since 2005

San Diego, CA, August 25, 2010 -- The most recent total from the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse’s Chronology of Data Breaches shows more than a half billion sensitive records breached since 2005, leaving Americans vulnerable to identity theft.

Employees losing laptop computers, hackers downloading credit card numbers and sensitive personal data accidentally exposed online -- the Chronology of Data Breaches shows hundreds of ways that the personal information of consumers is lost, stolen or exposed.

The Chronology of Data Breaches, a project of the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse since 2005, lists incidents involving breached consumer information, such as personal medical records, credit card numbers and Social Security numbers.

The most recent total, published last night, is a wake-up call to consumers who think identity theft can’t happen to them.

The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse estimates that the Chronology shows only a fraction of the total number of data breaches.

"This is a conservative number," says Director Beth Givens, "We generally learn about breaches that garner media attention.
Unfortunately, many do not. And, because many states do not require companies to report data breaches to a central clearinghouse, data breaches occur that we never hear about.
Our Chronology is only a sampling."

Data breaches of sensitive information, especially Social Security and credit card numbers, make consumers vulnerable to identity theft. According to a 2009 Javelin Research & Strategy, individuals are four times more likely to be the victim of identity theft in the year after receiving a data breach notification letter.

The recently expanded Chronology provides consumers and researchers the ability to perform rapid searches to identify trends in data breaches. It also allows visitors to look up businesses, agencies and organizations by name.

Unfortunately, consumers cannot completely protect themselves from a data breach. It is up to organizations that collect data on consumers to take the steps to ensure the privacy
and security of the data they collect and maintain.

Visit the Chronology now -

Try the custom sort feature -

Learn how to take advantage of the Chronology’s interactive features -

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