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Internet disruption (Ddos) as civil disobedience re: Wikileaks

http://www.deannazandt.com/2010/12/12/legitimate-civil-disobedience-wikileaks-and-the-layers-of-backlash/ (the site continues to get many comments, some quite thoughtful). Wikileaks aka Cablegate presents many questions including political, constitutional, legal and moral- – just to name a few. This thoughtful article examines several portions of those debates. I predict … Continue reading

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ACORN’s Troubled Past Leads to Stunning Election Day Announcement | Foxnews.com

There is justice, after all. A corrupt organization with corrupt practices that were not repudiated and decried by allegedly responsible politicians in Washington.  Its demise is a triumph for freedom as their voter registration manipulation was as direct a threat … Continue reading

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Dept of Justice instructing disobedience of lawful subpoena

Shocking. The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has full subpoena power and the idea that the Department of Justice would instruct an employee to disregard a subpoena is abhorrent to our constitutional republic. Audacity run-amuck. There are ways to deal … Continue reading

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Sit down, shut up, and be an American

Phoney “political correctness” is eroding our freedoms. Read why Gil thinks so. Continue reading

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Further Analysis of Arizona’s Anti-Illegal Immigration Law

I have previously written about the Arizona law and want to update my thoughts since the AZ legislature amended the statute.  The hue and cry continues, even by those who either don’t understand it, or haven’t bothered to consider the … Continue reading

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From whence is all this “change we can believe in” coming?

Below you will first find some statements of principles gleaned from history. Then we will discuss some modern examples. I dare you to read these and think about them … whose principles are these? The principles the working class must … Continue reading

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Photo Of The Day: Iraq Elections — the impossible just takes a little longer

“Stay the course” justified. The difficult is hard, the impossible just takes a little longer. No, this war is not over but this event, the significance of which is embodied in this photograph, is a significant battle won. A young … Continue reading

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Your most important vote … it’s not what you think ….

(this was originally thought of as a speech for the Highland Lakes Toastmasters Club on March 2, 2010 — more on that below) It’s the day after election day for the party primaries in Texas and hopefully everyone got out … Continue reading

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State Board of Education — Revisionist History in Progress

An interesting piece from Liberty Counsel. (Note 1)  I saw a portion of the Mike Huckabee show last night and a LC spokesman was talking about this problem.  Pay attention:  The SBOE — which approves standard curriculum textbooks — is … Continue reading

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Washington: Get back to your constitutional duties — NOW!

Healthcare “reform” is not your job.  Raising an army and protecting the country — and its inherent sovereignty — IS your job. In none of the enumerated powers (Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution) do we find anything … Continue reading

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