Personal Privacy

Is the United Airlines Passenger Incident a Natural Outgrowth of Our Unquestioning Compliance?

I imagine most of us have seen the United Airlines passenger dragged off the plane incident by now. It highlights the indignity of air travel these days. It seems like once you purchase a ticket between the TSA searches and the attitude of the airlines, it’s comply or else. Having recently flown United Airlines and […]

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Techniques of Deception and 911

Once Upon a Time a Group of Elitists Had a Dream… Suppose you were among a group of self-appointed elitists who fashioned themselves as Gods or intellectual superiors among the people. You believed that you had the inside track to what was needed to bring about a semblance of harmony amongst the generally ignorant and […]

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NSA Surveillance Turn About – Camera’s on Police Drop Abuse Complaints by 88% in 12 month Study

By now, most of us are aware that the NSA is watching us. This gives, those who claim Federal authority over us high access access to our private lives irregardless of our 4th amendment right of privacy. However, it also begs another question, just who is watching them? Well, now that appears like it might […]

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Obama Gets Schooled by African Leaders on Homosexuality

During his recent trip to Africa, President Obama received some no-nonsense responses about the gay marriage issue from top African government and religious leaders as well as citizens. [vsw id=”0u7HN36kk28″ source=”youtube” width=”425″ height=”344″ autoplay=”no”] (President Obama’s response to the questioner begins at 16:54. Senegal President’s Mackey Sall response to the questioner begins at 28:36) At […]

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Obama Signs Executive Order Creating “Kill Switch” for Government Over the Internet. Does He Have the Authority?

he headline on C/Net reads: Obama Signs Order Outline Emergency Internet Control [ on July 6th ] with the subheading: A new executive order addresses how the country deals with the Internet during natural disasters and security emergencies, but it also puts a lot of power in the government’s hands. The article is concerned that […]

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