Constitutional Neglect

The Hemisphere Project Implicates AT&T, Big Time

It’s easy to become numb over the almost endless stream of disgraceful revelations involving government and some of our biggest corporations. Therefore, I’ll provide my succinct conclusion to the latest spying scandal, the Hemisphere Project, in which the government paid AT&T to place its employees in drug-fighting units around the …

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The Obama Show: The Syrian Alternative Reality

The US government, aided and abetted by mainstream media, has infamously tried to create alternative realities on all sorts of issues. Whether the topic is economic, social, or foreign policy, you can be assured that the media will keep the sheeple focused on the peripheral symptoms instead of the root causes of a …

Constitutional Neglect

NSA Whistleblower Thomas Drake speaks at National Press Club

This speech by Thomas Drake, which occurred two months before Edward Snowden’s first disclosure, should send chills down your spine. What’s almost as revealing is that it has not been widely disseminated. I wonder why?  If you don’t have time to listen to the entire speech, you can jump to the …

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OECD Ensuring We Will Crash and Burn

While the media tries to keep you in the dark about what really matters, the global elite are tightening the noose on Liberty. BTW, if anyone cares about the facts in the Zimmerman case, this may help. On Friday, the rich governments of the world collaborated on how they can …

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Government: US Citizens Are Idiots (Have You Forgotten Benghazi Yet?)

Miss Alabama’s response to the question on whether NSA surveillance is an invasion of privacy or a necessity, typifies the thoughts of many and exemplifies the challenges we face as a country. I cannot fault a young person who was educated in a system that removed civics classes many moons ago. …

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Does Congress Support Cloward & Piven?

Many naive souls still give government the benefit of the doubt. They want to believe that if we give the government more data, money, and people; then it will miraculously make them safer, and the waste, fraud, and abuse will somehow become inconsequential. If the following story does not make …

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V for Vendetta

When the movie came out in 2005 very few people had a clue that modern western governments could be so perverse. In light of all that has happened since the 2008 financial collapse, including stealing money directly out of citizens bank accounts, I think the average person may have a different take on the …

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The Curtain Will Be Pulled Back on the Wizard

“The government does not need to know more about what we are doing. We need to know more about what the government is doing. We need to turn the cameras on the police and on the government, not the other way around.” Why do so few people in this country …

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Only Big Brother Believes Everyone is a Potential Threat to National Security

I often hear people say, “if you have nothing to hide, then why do you care if government knows your business”. Beyond the obvious naivety behind such a statement, I would at least ask, “if the government has nothing to hide, why are they so opaque? Why would one choose …