Archive | May, 2011

The Extension of the Unpatriotic Act

Since 2001, the Patriot Act has accompanied the war on terrorism by infiltrating wiretaps across the borders and in our neighborhoods. 10 years later the American government order the operation that murdered the top most wanted terrorist through leaked information in extensive water boarding techniques in Guantanamo and through wiretapping suspected terrorist. Today, Obama and […]

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4th Amendment

Give them HELL Indiana!

As reported in my article The People in Indiana Drank the Kool-aid, Indiana’s Supreme Court recently made two important ruling in regards to police entry into homes but it seems not all of Indiana has been drinking the kool-aid. On May 25, hundreds of concerned citizens attended the “Stand Up for Your Fourth Amendment Rights” […]

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Thoughts of a Middling American – Part 4

  Government is comprised of people voted into leadership by other people. If people are fallible and bad in nature, then why are their popularly elected leaders any different? All laws start with someone saying ‘there should be a law against that’ – generally said in indignation or fear. In their heads, the person who […]

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Thoughts of a Middling American – Part 3

Dictators and tyrants are funny creatures. Yet even more funny is how they rise from an unknown status into the position of absolute power. Here is how they come to be. Every dictator or tyrant ever in existence follows the same patterns. First they gain popularity through charismatic speech, appealing most to the down trodden […]

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Thoughts of a Middling American – Part 2

I was surprised to see some of the comments that I did on my last article – Thoughts of a Middling American Part 1 ( ). I wonder if many of the readers even know where the term Middling came from. Empire of Liberty has a good few chapters on it – good book. That […]

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Thoughts of a Middling American – Part 1

Assumptions are made about an event or action when there is a lack of information. Assumptions are easy to make, yet are usually very inaccurate. Reason on the other hand relies on information, and therefore is far more accurate than assumption. A people who assume too much and reason to little will never fail to […]

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aj cook vest article

Body Vest

2C:39-13. Unlawful use of body vests 1. Unlawful use of body vests. A person is guilty of a crime if he uses or wears a body vest while engaged in the commission of, or an attempt to commit, or flight after committing or attempting to commit murder, manslaughter, robbery, sexual assault, burglary, kidnaping, criminal escape […]

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Raina Lorring gay ban article

TN bill outlaws the word “gay” in school

Once again the freedom that I  prize most is under attack. It’s not my state this time but since Texas has shown they are a big fan of copy and paste politics, I’m sure we’ll be seeing some form of this bill here soon. SB 49, a bill that will prohibit educators from discussing homosexuality in schools […]

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