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Should People be Allowed to Film/Record Police?

Apparantly in the State of Maryland it is illegal to videotape the police or anyone in public without their consent.

It seems that the legislators in Maryland had a good idea, prevent people from being videotaped without their permission.

This would make it easier to convict the freaks who like to take images of people in ways they dont like.

However it seems they left out the fact that Public officials and employees do not have the expectation of privacy.

While the guy acted like a buffoon and was driving like an idiot, he deservingly received his ticket, but tapping a police officer can benefit both officer and the person be subjected to any type of confrontation with an officer.

One has to wonder if the legislators made a mistake when creating this law or if they purposely made it so broad as a means to keep their faces off the likes of youtube and the local news when they are seen doing something wrong or illegal.

If the police can rightfully videotape criminals then the people should have the right to videotape the authorities and public officials, otherwise they have no incentives to behave accordingly because after all any video made without their consent could be confiscated before it is made public.

The people of Maryland should stand up and tell their legislators that this legislation needs to change.




Obama to aides: 'Plug the damn hole'

Oil-spill fix? Blow it up!


President in rift with reporters?

Sestak White House scandal called 'impeachable offense'

For Sestak Matter, a Trust Us Response From White House


Nationalists' 'Operation Rahm Emanuel' Continues

Finally, lawmakers to hear 'Bilderberg conspiracy'

NYC community board OKs ground zero mosque plans

Jamaica: prime minister promises calm as 60 die in Kingston gun battles

Clinton: World Must Respond to N. Korea Torpedo Strike on S. Korea Ship Cheonan

North Korea cuts all ties with the South

Senate Republicans bluntly reject Obama call for bipartisan support


Explain mixing nightsticks with voters

The Toronto G20 police state crackdown


US Apologizes to Billionaire Added to Terror No-fly List


DMV Worker, State Trooper Charged In Bribery, ID Fraud Case

Google Street View 'single biggest breach of privacy in history'

Technical Problems Cause DMV Computer Outages

Fake ID vendors hit the streets of the Mission

Denver's website hacked twice in one week

I saw ID cards turn Italy into a police state

Ohio family faces killer's parole, Ore. ID fraud

Anti-Surveillance fashion graces Maker's Faire

Summer Vacation - A Privacy and Identity Theft Primer


U.K. Bans Doctor Who Linked Autism to MMR Vaccine

The 'worst drink in America' 2,000-calorie milkshake


Finding Your Calling: What Is a Vocation?


Why Asia Will Overtake America

Elderly Hoarders Rescued From Under Trash Heap


Dolton Teens Sold Teen Girls Into Sex Slavery

Middle School Teacher Charged With Molesting 8th Grade Boy at Her School

Psychologist: Wayne Treacy, Accused of Beating Josie Ratley, Has PTSD


NC Becomes 18th State Pushing Arizona's New Immigration Law

17 States Now Filing Versions of Arizona’s Immigration Bill SB 1070


Scientist 'infected' with computer virus

British UFO Hacker's Extradition On Hold

Foreign hackers are targeting small business, says BBB

Hackers, peer-to-peer networks, human error all threaten health data security

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Joe Sestak Needs to Come Clean

Joe Sestak has admitted that the White House has offered him a job to stay out of the Senatorial primary, but neither he nor the White House will come clean with the details.

The people of PA and the US have the right to know about the secretive deals coming out of the Obama administration. We want to know what our representatives were promised when they supported obamacare and the bailouts.

I am sure that this tactic isn't new, but We the people expect to be represented by our legislators and not have them sellout to the highest bidder for them to increase their personal gain.

Rest assured Americans do not care about the party affiliation, what they do care about is the integrity of our legislature.

Those in DC both Democrats and Republicans are being sent home as a result of these types of deals and as a result or simply ignoring the will of the people.

The primaries are just the beginning of the change that is reshaping our political culture. The November elections will bring forth even further change. Those members of the Senate who are not up for re-0election until 2012 and have ignored our voices, should start looking for new employment now.

Joe Sestak if you have been paying attention and you want to win the senatorial seat should come clean now or suffer the consequences at the polls.



BP refuses EPA order to switch to less-toxic oil dispersant

Oil spill brings ‘death in the ocean from top to bottom’

BP faces removal from oil clean-up operation

BP faces growing calls for boycott of its US products


Autistic teen says he was beaten and arrested

Florida Uses Bogus Reason To Implement Red Light Cameras

CSI Paints Conspiracy Researchers As 'Terrorists'

Nanny State or Police State?

USA Man faces 5 years in prison for recording out of control cop

Fighting the Police State in London

Feds Move to Throw Marijuana Users in Prison for Driving


US appoints first cyber warfare general

9 indicted on charges of accessing Obama records


Sestak, White House deflect job-offer questions

Sestak, White House still mum on alleged administration job offer

Weiner to White House: Come Clean on Sestak Offer

What Is Rand Paul?

GOP officials ponder how to help, and tame, Paul

Bill Clinton rips 'birthers'


Six DMV Employees In Summonses Scheme

Floridians Against REAL ID Act

Contrite Facebook CEO promises new privacy controls


Small businesses threatened with 1099 tax form tyranny provision in health care bill


Many Sunscreens May Be Accelerating Cancer

Toxic chemicals from supermarket labels 'seep through packaging and contaminate food'

Air Force Treating Wounds With Lasers and Nanotech


Destroying Public Education In America - Part II


Expect delays at the border this long weekend

Ciudad Juarez, Mexico: The world's most dangerous place?


Warnings as wireless internet falls prey to hackers


Byrdie Watch 2010 - What Happened to Senator Byrd?

The Wall Street Reform Bill vote on Thursday was missing one of the most auspicious members of the Senate. Sources in Washington have revealed that absent from the vote was Senator Robert Byrd.

“We thought maybe someone forgot to bring him out from the cloak room before the vote,” commented one White House reporter.

However, after an exhaustive search of the Congressional grounds most concluded that Byrd had decided to start his weekend a bit early.

We caught up with him at the villa he rents in Mexico. “I just couldn’t sit through another one of those votes,” Byrd said as he sipped on a Margarita. “Besides these weekends are what has kept me going for the past fifty year’s in Congress.”

H.R. 4173 (Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2009 )easily passed the Senate without Senator Byrd's or Senator Arlen Specter.

Republican Senators Brown (R-MA), Grassley (R-IA)& Snowe (R-ME), hopeful not to be thrown by the wayside voted to support the Legislation that will do nothing to prevent future bailouts of financial institutions, but only increases federal control.

Some are speculating that Senator Specter still upset that his party threw him out on his backside during the Senatorial primaries, may have jumped on the same plane with Senator Bryd. So far, we have yet to confirm that report.

Upon further investigation we have learned that a law was quietly passed in 1999 allowing Byrd to receive vacations every weekend for the rest of his life, paid for by our taxpayer dollars. Perhaps the secret to Byrd’s longevity in Congress is due to something special in the water here. Now only one question remains, where will Byrdie spend Memorial Day Weekend?



SSN# of Obama Belongs to Someone 119 Years Old

Phone Rang At 3am...And Obama Hasn't Answered Yet


Lawyer Says Detroit Cops Are Trying to "Cover-Up" Child's Killing

House votes to expand national DNA arrest database

USA presses travel surveillance and control agenda at ICAO

U.S. mother stages fake arrest of son aged Five

West Palm Beach condo rejects tenant because waits for wife outside building every morning


LifeLock CEO’s Identity Stolen 13 Times

Vulgar driver's license prompts investigation

School Spy Program Used on Students Contains Hacker-Friendly Security Hole

Heartland in $41.4M settlement with MasterCard

Activists face off with Facebook

Facebook Fixing Embarrassing Privacy Bug

Driver surveillance a concern from coast to coast

Police seek national database of driver's licence photos

A Bill of Privacy Rights for Social Network Users

National ID and the Worst of Both Worlds

Immigration Theatre (REAL ID)

Clinton: NKorea must face consequences for attack

Scott Brown Helps Democrats Push Through Financial Reform

Maryland law slams door on pro-life speech

Senate Moves Wall St. Reform Bill Forward

Dems push $190B jobs, tax plan

Stiff New Tax Needed to Cover Obama Spending at 25% of GDP

Kagan court confirmation hearings to begin June 28

Take-Action Stop Anti-Gun ObamaPet Nominated to the Supreme Court

Clinton: NKorea must face consequences for attack

Rand Paul: Obama's criticism of BP 'un-American'


Growing Homelessness In America

Gold Prices Mixed; More Seeking Cash

One in Ten Mortgage Borrowers Will Lose Their Home To The Bank

FDIC: 'Problem' Banks at 775

Economist: Stocks to Tumble Another 20%, Cash the Safest Place

Consumer watchdog eyes lenders in new bank rules


Rape suspect deported 4 times

Mexican President Wants to Disarm Americans

Arizona's immigration law and China's human rights abuses

Illegal immigrants responsible for crime?


Texas man faked way into Army


Financial Hackers Becoming Growing Problem

Nasa hacker McKinnon's extradition halted for review

Gizmodo iPhone Warrant Affidavit Released, Impropriety of Search Confirme

McAfee: Hackers more creative, have increased attacks

Hackers Use Twitter to Distribute Malware, Again

UK Home Secretary adjourns judicial review into Pentagon hackers extradition

Steve Jobs Says iPad Revolution Means ‘Freedom from Porn’


Study: Uninsured don't go to the ER more than insured

Health Benefits of a Low-Carbohydrate, High-Saturated-Fat Diet


Victim Feels Cheated After Suicide of Accused Rapist Dennis Earl Bradford


Help Wanted Incumbents Need Not Apply

The people are specking and the incumbents are falling. Well actully they fell when they stopped listening to the people who voted them in and only heard those special interest groups with the deep pockets whispering sweet nothings and the promises of a lifetime seat.

Clearly the incumbents fell for it hook line and sinker. They decided to piss on the Constitution and trample the rights of American people and now the people are speaking up with their ballots.

"Enough already" has been the mantra of people on both sides of the seat. The constitutionalists hand Libertarians have been shouting this to deaf ears long before the bailouts and the HCR control bill, but more Americans are waking up.

The American people do not care how long you have been in office and what seniority you have in the Senate or House, if you ignored them, they are voting you out and hiring those who will pay attention.

It looks like America's political face is about to get an extreme makeover and it will not be just Republicans or just Democrats controlling the legislator. Nope Americans are going to see candidates who are liberty minded individuals who want less government intrusion and more accountability.

The time is now.

Stand up Speak up, Live Free


Take Action: Support The "Enumerated Powers Act" (EPA)


Obamas Loan Aid Leaves Some Worse Off

Obama's endorsements did little to help Democrats in primaries

Obama, Calderon criticize Arizona immigration law

Obama, Calderon pledge solidarity as issues mount

Bayless busy tweeting about White House chef gig told to stop


Obamacare Takes More Blows


Re-Electing The Band Aid Brigade

State Department warnings take nanny-ish feel

Banks chalk up 2 wins as Senate reform bill evolves

Rep. Souder to resign because of affair

Sestak, Paul score wins as Lincoln faces runoff

Voters back anti-DC, anti-establishment candidates

Lincoln the 'Comeback Kid?' Halter camp charges hypocrisy

Take Action: Support The "Enumerated Powers Act" (EPA)

Constitution takes hit from Supreme Court

Kagan hired Obama man who wants to censor Net


Did the U.S. Army help spread Morgellons and other diseases?


UC Berkeley Asking Incoming Students For DNA

Residents line up to talk SWAT

Feds: Nightstick at polls 'not prosecutable'

Poll Do you consider Columbia Police Dept's recent shooting of pet abusive?


Don't get married; you may need to renew a driver's license

Florida DMV Tells Woman She Lives On "Eat Ass" Street

NH State's perversion of 'driver privacy'

UK to Kill off National ID Card Program

Security Guard Is Guilty of Hacking His Employer

Busted German Credit Card Thieves Redefine 'Schadenfreude'

Transit site coughs up private info for 168,000 passengers


Toughest test comes after graduation: Getting a job

Keeping up with The Joneses on way to financial trouble

Oil Spill Shuts Down 19 Percent of Gulf Fishing

Panera cafe says pay what you want


Inflammatory diseases may be caused by bacteria


L.A. Mayor Dismisses Warning That Arizona Could Cut Off Power Over Boycott

Girl Outs Mother's Citizenship Status During First Lady's School Visit

Illegal Immigrant Students Protest at McCain Office

Immigration violation tips flood ICE line

Immigration's strain on democracy


Home Office "reconsidering Autistic McKinnon extradition"

Pentagon Hacker's Mother Is Confident Extradition Will Be Halted

Search for 10,000 Cyber Experts Aims to Guard Cyberspace


Richland couple finds stash of cash in furniture


Mute boy who spoke for 1st time after given puppy falls silent after thieves steal pet


44,000 pink baby blankets recalled


Can you see the government's hidden role in the BP oil spill?

Quote of the Day: "Government's view of the economy can be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it." -- Ronald Reagan (paraphrased)

The politicians meddle with everything. For example, when it comes to energy production there are . . .

* Direct subsidies
* Tax breaks and tax penalties
* Liability limits, but also potential fines if you don't do things just right

What a meddling muddle! This is why . . .

It's fair to say that the federal government played a hidden role in the BP oil spill. To learn more read the sample letter to Congress below.

We think it would be better . . .

* For oil companies to pay all the costs and carry all the potential risks of each drilling project
* To have all of these costs and risks reflected in the prices consumers pay, rather than hidden in legislation and regulations

In other words, there should be . . .

* No subsidies or special tax breaks
* No liability limits
* No tax-funded bailouts, or government run clean-up funds
* And regulations should be provided by insurance companies who are putting their own money at risk

If, after reading the sample letter to Congress below, you agree with us that this approach would better protect both the environment and the taxpayer, then please send Congress a letter telling them that. You can use's No Bailouts campaign to send your letter.

You may borrow from or copy this sample letter . . .

The BP oil spill is another example of the destructive nature of government guarantees and bailouts.

I know that BP has agreed to pay more of the clean-up costs, beyond the government-provided liability cap. I also know that they've been threatened by Congress and the Administration if they don't. But this is hypocritical, because Congress created the liability cap and the clean up fund in the first place! In 1990, Congress passed a law that . . .

* capped oil company liability for spills at $75 million
* set up a fund, paid for by the oil companies, to pay for the rest of the clean-up

In effect, this is a government-run oil spill insurance program, but without the risk management incentives provided by real insurance companies. This whole scheme was a terrible idea from the start, and has been used to bail out companies that cause oil spills a whopping 51 times!
Because of the liability cap, BP may have been less cautious than it would have been if its own money had been at risk.

In addition, a lack of regulation has been blamed for the BP spill. But government regulators . . .

* don't have the profit and loss incentive that private insurance companies do; they don't go out of business for their mistakes
* tend to impose one-size-fits all rules that don't work as well as the site-specific requirements that insurance companies impose
* and often act as partners in the industry they regulate, not as watchdogs

But imagine if we had a free market in energy . . .

* Oil companies would be liable for ALL the damage they cause
* And this would compel them to seek liability insurance in the private market

In turn, insurance companies would . . .

* demand the strictest standards to prevent accidents and spills because, unlike government regulators, they would be financially responsible for any mishaps
* and, if the risks are too great, they would deny coverage

If off-shore drilling is too risky, that means no one in a free market will invest in it, and entrepreneurs would then have a huge incentive to develop less-risky energy alternatives. This would be a good thing! This is what you politicians claim to want!

This means that a true free market in energy would actually reduce accidents and CREATE A CLEANER ENVIRONMENT.

I therefore demand that you put an end to government meddling in energy production.

1) Instead of raising the liability cap for oil spills, remove all government liability caps on all forms of energy production
2) Instead of inefficient and counter-productive government regulations, allow private insurance to set requirements for off-shore oil drilling and other forms of energy production, such as nuclear, which is also currently protected by government liability limits
3) Get rid of all subsidies, tax breaks, and tax penalties so that we can benefit from free and fair competition among all energy producers

Once these three market-based policies are in place, energy companies will bear the true capital expense of their projects -- instead of the taxpayers. Risky and dangerous projects will flop. But profitable projects should be allowed to proceed -- including drilling for oil.


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

And help spread the word! Forward this to friends and share it on Facebook.

Thanks for helping to Downsize DC!

Jim Babka
President, Inc.


The Census Man Cometh

Warning: Not All Census Worker's Have Been Screened


Obama is Losing Ground in Latin America due to Neglect


AL Candidate Dale Peterson's Campaign Ad Goes Viral

Feds Single Out IRS Tax Critic for Harsh Treatment

Energy bill would create more red tape

Senator: Kagan Argued Government Could Ban Books

Paul may hand Tea Party its biggest victory

Not a good year to be an incumbent

Anti-Incumbent Mood Hovers Over Senate Primaries

Primaries put incumbents on the line

Sestak, Specter Tied in PA Senate Democratic Primary

Arkansas Sen. Blanche Lincoln is latest incumbent in primary trouble

A Tale of Two Libertarians

4 little words + 1 American flag = 'offensive'


7-year-old girl killed in Detroit police raid

Stripping citizens of rights looks like police state

Don't get caught by the red-light camera

Pleasant Hill Officer Fired Following Burglary Charge

Supreme Court: Sex offenders can be held indefinitely

Taping Intelligence Interrogations, and Various Resources


New Jersey DMV Mixup - A Case Of Mistaken Identity

SC: Photo ID cards are a waste of time, money

Hotel data breaches the result of basic failures within industry

Fed Up With Facebook? Delete it, and Here's How

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has passport confiscated


Seniors told they can't pray aloud

Game-fixing charges


The diet that helps you lose your paunch

'Shocking' conditions at Tylenol plant

Birth rate drops, problems rise


Pro-life groups find useful tool in Obamacare


Hacker stole and posted MJ kids videos on You Tube


LA Council Bans Official Travel to Arizona to Protest Immigration Law


Shiite muslim Ms USA Arab-American from Michigan Crowned 2010 Miss USA

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