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Is Your Home’s Energy Meter Spying On You?

Originally posted on tomfernandez28's Blog:

Is Your Home’s Energy Meter Spying On You?

Utility companies across the U.S. are installing smart meters in customers’ homes, touting the technology’s energy-saving ways, but opponents argue that the meters are opening a Pandora’s box of privacy concerns.

The smart energy meters read electric or gas usage, and enable a power company to collect detailed usage data on a particular home or building. But the readings also gather personal information that some critics argue is too intrusive.

The information gathered from smart meters includes unencrypted data that can, among other details, reveal when a homeowner is away from their residence for long periods of time. The electric wattage readings can even decipher what type of activities a customer is engaged in, such as watching TV, using a computer or even how long someone spends cooking.

“It’s in the nature of technology to be neutral in the benefits and the risks; it’s how the info is used,” Allen…

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All Federal gun laws are unconstitutional || Courtesy; American Civil Sentinels

Originally posted on Jericho777:

Freedom Outpost’s Constitutional scholar Publius Huldah recently explained why Federal gun laws is unlawful. She noted that the first gun control measures put in place in the United States did not take place until 1927, when Congress banned the mailing of certain weapons. “We went from 1776 to 1927, 150 years after our founding, when Congress decided, “We better start disarming the American people.”

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Harry Reid Calls Cliven Bundy Supporters “Domestic Terrorists”

The Grey Enigma:

Harry, you will be among the first ones against the wall.

Originally posted on tomfernandez28's Blog:

Harry Reid Calls Cliven Bundy Supporters “Domestic Terrorists”

“I repeat: what happened there was domestic terrorism”

Paul Joseph Watson
April 17, 2014

Senator Harry Reid has escalated the war of words over the Cliven Bundy dispute, sensationally labeling the Nevada cattle rancher’s supporters “domestic terrorists” during an event in Las Vegas today.

During a ‘Hashtags & Headlines’ event at the Paris Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Reid referred to Bundy supporters as “Nothing more than domestic terrorists,” adding, “I repeat: what happened there was domestic terrorism.”

Reid was referring to the stand off on Saturday in Bunkerville where Bundy supporters, some of whom were armed, forced Bureau of Land Management agents to back down and release around 380 head of cattle belonging to Bundy that had been seized over the course of the previous week.

Reid claimed that Bundy viewed the United States as a “foreign government,” while accusing his supporters of goading violence.

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Federal Dollars Are Buying The State’s Independence

Originally posted on YouViewed/Editorial:

State Government Dependence On Federal Funding Growing At Alarming Rate

Federal Funding State By State

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Only 11 states depended on the federal government for more than one-third of their total revenues in 2001. By 2012, 24 states found themselves in this situation.

  State-by-state data from the U.S. Census Bureau, compiled by the State Budget Solutions nonprofit, illustrates the trend of increasing state dependence on federal financial assistance.

  Forty-one of the 50 states have become more dependent on the federal government since 2001 — with federal dollars accounting for an increasing share of their total revenues.

  This trend of increased state dependency on Washington reduces state and local control, while threatening the states’ long-run autonomy.

  The reason is that with federal patronage comes federal leverage. The original Obamacare plan, for example, was to force states to expand Medicaid by threatening them with loss of all federal…

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Who goes to jail? America’s injustice gap

April 17, 2014 1 comment

Originally posted on Phil Ebersole's Blog:

In this interview, Matt Taibbi talks about the contrast between the refusal of the federal government to investigate and prosecute corporate crime with the increasingly arbitrary and brutal treatment of ordinary citizens by police and prosecutors.   This is the topic of his new book, The Divide.

How can it be, he asks, that somebody can go to prison for having half a marijuana cigarette in his pocket, yet no executive of HSBC has been indicted for laundering billions of dollars for the Mexican and Colombian drug cartels?   Or that a black man can be charged with obstructing pedestrian traffic, just for standing in front of his home at 1 a.m. when nobody is on the street, yet the federal government lets Wall Street bankers off the hook for the financial fraud that led to the 2008 market crash?

Good questions, and I think we all know the answers.

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NY State Police Target Aggressive Driving In Weeklong Crackdown

Originally posted on CBS New York:

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York State Police are cracking down on speeding and aggressive driving with the start of “speed week” on Thursday.

The campaign runs from April 17 through April 24 in an effort to reduce speed-related crashes and improve safety for drivers across the state.

“Too often families are forced to endure needless heartache as a result of reckless driving,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement.

State troopers are targeting excessive speed, frequent or unsafe lane changes, failure to signal, tailgating, failure to yield the right of way and disregarding traffic controls.

Troopers will also be watching for people who are not buckled up, drivers who don’t move over for emergency vehicles
and those who are distracted or impaired.

Drivers could face fines up to $1,000 and add up to 11 points on their driver’s license.

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Jim Hightower: NSA Spying Is Here to Stay

Originally posted on Stop Making Sense:

Jim Hightower writes for

[...] The three billion phone calls made in the U.S. each day are snatched up by the agency, which stores each call’s metadata (phone numbers of the parties, date and time, length of call, etc.) for five years. Each day telecom giants turn over metadata on every call they have processed. Every out-of-country call and email from (or to) a U.S. citizen is grabbed by NSA computers, and agents are authorized to listen to or read any of them.

The agency searches for and seizes nearly everything we do on the Internet. Without bothering with the constitutional nicety of obtaining a warrant, its XKeyscore program scoops up some 40 billion Internet records every month and adds them to its digital storehouse, including our emails, Google searches, websites visited, Microsoft Word documents sent, etc. NSA’s annual budget includes a quarter-billion dollars for “corporate-partner access” –…

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Nigel Farage -There’s No Consent for a ‘United States of Europe

April 17, 2014 2 comments

Regarding the NY SAFE Act, You Should Comply Just Because

Originally posted on South Carolina Gun Blog:

I wouldn’t normally get too interested in the editorial work of local newspapers outside of South Carolina, but this one is something else. According to the author, New Yorkers should register their “assault weapons” just because.

“If you own an assault rifle, the deadline is here to either register it, modify it, or get rid of it properly.”

Well there you have it. You should modify your semi-automatic rifle so it’s not so scary, and not an “assault rifle” (even though it isn’t to begin with). After you’re done, we will complain that you are skirting the law by changing only cosmetic features which don’t impact the weapons function so you didn’t have to register your “assault rifle”.

“Others see it as a reasonable step to keep particularly deadly weapons out of the hands of people who might use them in crimes, including murderous rampages on whole groups of…

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I prefer Socrates, but Plato NAILED this one.

Originally posted on crhylove:

I prefer Socrates, but Plato NAILED this one.

Welcome to Amerika bitches!!

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Thought Crimes

Originally posted on A Majority of One:

Whether it’s “climate change, gay marriage or late term abortion”(among other sacrosanct certainties)… the science is settled, the matter closed and the discussion ended; according to our fascistic left. Their recent efforts compelled Mozilla’s CEO to resign for supporting(six years ago) California’s Proposition 8, “which defined marriage as between a man and a woman”. Heretical hereafter. The progressive wing of the lunatic fringe is trending tyrannical, growing increasingly aggressive and arrogant. The great engine of this assault on liberty is political correctness; an Orwellian contrivance that will criminalize thought as it repeals reason. Many of us feel this discussion is just starting.

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Abolish the ATF – Laurence Vance

Originally posted on Libertarian Hippie:

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) is under fire by Republicans and conservatives yet again. And for good reason.

First it was the “Fast and Furious” operation in Phoenix, where ATF agents allowed illegal gun sales that were believed to be ultimately for Mexican drug cartels in order to track the buyers and sellers. It resulted in about 1,300 weapons’ being unaccounted for by the ATF. Two weapons linked to the operation turned up in connection with the murder of a U.S. border patrol agent, and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was cited for contempt of Congress.

English: Badge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobac...

Now it is Operation Fearless in Milwaukee. There the ATF covertly opened a store called “Fearless Distributing,” which sold designer clothes, athletic shoes, jewelry, and drug paraphernalia. The undercover ATF agents working behind the counter of this storefront-sting operation “let it be known” that they were willing to buy guns…

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More Paranoia Fuel: Police Can Now Film An Entire City From Above With ‘Wide-Area Surveillance’

April 16, 2014 1 comment

Originally posted on UPROXX:

wide area surveillance

It’s one of the dumbest cliches in Hollywood: The police find a criminal by clicking the “Enhance” button. Of course, that’s not reality at all! Unless you happen to be in Compton! And soon, everywhere! Welcome to the world of ‘wide-area surveillance.’

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FBI to add 52 million photos to NGI database

Originally posted on The Abstract Detail:

After suing the FBI ( and winning!) the folks over at Electronic Frontier Foundation have learned that the government agency plans to have around 52 million photos in its NGI database by 2015. One of the more significant details is the inclusion of non-criminal photos in this datasweep; FBI also says it plans to have at least 4.3 million non-criminal photos by 2015.

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FBI Plans to Have 52 Million Photos in its NGI Face Recognition Database by Next Year

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Maine gun store may be shut for refusing to let ATF copy records


Phil Chabot of Pac N Arms in Sanford is suspected of illegal sales, but he has not been charged and believes he has been unfairly targeted.

By Gillian Graham

SANFORD — The federal government is trying to revoke the license of a gun store owner who refused to allow a federal agent to copy gun records during a compliance inspection last year.

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The Pac N Arms gun store, located in a former mill building on Emery Street in Sanford, has no business sign out front. The attorney for the store’s owner, who has been licensed to sell firearms since 1991, says federal agents have contacted some customers about the store.
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Phil Chabot, who owns Pac N Arms on Emery Street in Sanford, was issued a notice of revocation in…

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5 Homesteading Rewards

Originally posted on Homestead Dreamer:


Last week I wrote an article on the 5 Challenges All Homesteaders Face. The response was amazing! Many people in all phases of ‘homesteading’ or self sufficiency commented and agreed with many points I made. Several suggested a view on the other side; the rewards we as homesteaders receive for our efforts. It will be difficult to keep it to a mere 5 rewards but I accept the challenge! ;) These are not given in any specific order.

  1. Emotional Reward. I thought long and hard about this one. Then I considered how I would feel if I took the whole gardening aspect out of what we do to be more self sufficient. Most people when they think homesteading instantly think about a garden. It is an iconic part of being a homesteader but even if you took it out of the picture, I would still want to do what we are…

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FBI Visiting Gun Shops to Investigate “People Talking About Big Government”

April 16, 2014 1 comment

Originally posted on Reclaim Our Republic:

FBI Flyer
“If you see some Middle Eastern guy come in, you don’t have to be so worried about that”
April 16, 2014 by Paul Joseph Watson

FBI counterterrorism agents are visiting gun shops in South Carolina to investigate “suspicious purchases” made by people who talk about “big government,” according to a new report.

Author Brandon Turbeville says he was approached by an individual who works in a Columbia, South Carolina gun shop to relate the story of how an FBI agent entered the store on Monday, showed his credentials, before proceeding to ask a series of stunning questions.

Telling the gun store worker he was tasked with visiting all the firearms outlets in the local area to check on “suspicious purchases” for counterterrorism purposes, the agent then began discussing what in actual fact were “completely normal transactions,” such as, “paying with cash, purchasing long guns, and other similarly innocuous behavior.”


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Proposed Common Core standards omit ‘liberty’ from list of America’s founding principles

Originally posted on Evil of indifference:

“Common Core is only related to English and math, as some “conservative” proponents say.

Yeah, riiiiight.

The state of New York is currently proposing a set of Common Core social studies standards for kindergarten through 8th grade students.

Among the standards is how students will learn about the history of America. On page 32, the draft document deals with “civic ideals and practices.”

“The United States is founded on the principles of democracy, and these principles are reflected in all types of communities,” it reads.

That’s fair enough, we suppose. The early United States had a very limited democratic process, with most states limiting voting rights to male property owners. Only later was the ability to vote and participate in government extended to average men and eventually women.

But then the social studies draft takes a noticeably progressive turn.”

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86M Full-Time Private-Sector Workers Sustain 148M Benefit Takers

Originally posted on tomfernandez28's Blog:

86M Full-Time Private-Sector Workers Sustain 148M Benefit Takers

Buried deep on the website of the U.S. Census Bureau is a number every American citizen, and especially those entrusted with public office, should know. It is 86,429,000.

That is the number of Americans who in 2012 got up every morning and went to work — in the private sector — and did it week after week after week.

These are the people who built America, and these are the people who can sustain it as a free country. The liberal media have not made them famous like the polar bear, but they are truly a threatened species.

It is not a rancher with a few hundred head of cattle that is attacking their habitat, nor an energy company developing a fossil fuel. It is big government and its primary weapon — an ever-expanding welfare state.

First, let’s look at the basic taxonomy of the full-time, year-round American worker.


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BOMBSHELL! Lois Lerner Tried to Get Obama DOJ and FEC to Also Attack Tea Party Groups

Originally posted on tomfernandez28's Blog:

BOMBSHELL! Lois Lerner Tried to Get Obama DOJ and FEC to Also Attack Tea Party Groups

It’s becoming more and more clear exactly why Lois Lerner refuses to testify and answer questions regarding the IRS scandal of targeting and harassing Tea Party and other conservative groups. It is also clear why the IRS commissioner made the claim that it would take years to produce the emails surrounding this scandal. According to a report by Townhall, the collusion between Democrats, the Obama IRS and the Obama DOJ goes even deeper than initially thought and emails obtained by Judicial Watch shows the extreme coordination between these groups in the targeting of Tea Party and other conservative groups. (see emails below)

Lois Lerner sent the following email to the Obama Department of Justice in May 2013.

“I got a call today from Richard Pilger Director Elections Crimes Branch at DOJ … He wanted to know who at IRS the DOJ folk s [sic] could talk to about Sen. Whitehouse…

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No Change In Arctic Sea Ice Since Al Gore Won His Nobel Prize | Real Science

Originally posted on The Invisible Opportunity: Hidden Truths Revealed:

Al Gore won his Nobel Peace Price in 2007, and predicted the Arctic would be ice-free in 2014. Since he made that prediction, there has been no change in Arctic sea ice area.

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via No Change In Arctic Sea Ice Since Al Gore Won His Nobel Prize | Real Science.

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New study: regular churchgoers and married people most satisfied with their love life

Originally posted on Wintery Knight:

This article from Science Daily was tweeted by Fazale Rana of Reasons to Believe.


Regular churchgoers, married people or those who enjoy harmonious social ties are most satisfied with their love life. This also goes for people who are currently in love or who experience the commitment and sexual desire of their partners, says Félix Neto and Maria da Conceição Pinto of the Universidade do Porto in Portugal. Their findings, published in an article in Springer’s journal Applied Research in Quality of Life, look at the influences on love life satisfaction throughout one’s adult life.

The researchers associate love with the desire to enter into, maintain, or expand a close, connected, and ongoing relationship with another person. In turn, love life satisfaction is a purely subjective, overall measurement of someone’s actual enjoyment of love. To investigate the factors that influence this across various age groups, 1,284 adult Portuguese women…

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ATF Attempts Bulk Collection of Customer Data From Gun Stores

Originally posted on tomfernandez28's Blog:

ATF Attempts Bulk Collection of Customer Data From Gun Stores

Agency likely creating a centralized gun registry by fiat

Kit Daniels
April 16, 2014

Barely a month after the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms raided a California gun parts manufacturer for its customer data, the agency is now trying to force a Maine gun store owner out of business after he rejected an ATF agent’s demand for his customer records last year.

Despite not being charged with any crimes, Phil Chabot, the owner of Pac N Arms in Sanford, Maine, received a “notice of revocation” of his gun dealer license after he prevented ATF investigator Wayne Bettencourt from “scanning a copy of every page” of his customer records, according to Chabot’s attorney Penny Dean, who also added that the ATF has not even scheduled a hearing regarding the revocation.

“If he was really this bad person like ATF says he is, wouldn’t you have a hearing right away…

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Oversight member on Lois Lerner coordination with DOJ: ‘Now I see why IRS is scared to give up emails’

Originally posted on tomfernandez28's Blog:

Oversight member on Lois Lerner coordination with DOJ: ‘Now I see why IRS is scared to give up emails’

Key members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform expressed outrage at revelations made in newly released emails showing ex-IRS official Lois Lerner coordinating with the Department of Justice on prosecuting nonprofit groups.

One committee member said the emails prove why the IRS is “scared to give up the rest of Lois Lerner’s emails.” IRS commissioner John Koskinen was recently threatened with contempt for stonewalling the committee’s investigation. Koskinen claimed in a hearing that it could take years to provide the documents requested by Oversight.

“The release of new documents underscores the political nature of IRS Tea Party targeting and the extent to which supposed apolitical officials took direction from elected Democrats,” Oversight chairman Rep. Darrell Issa said in a statement. “These e-mails are part of an overwhelming body of evidence that political pressure from prominent Democrats led to the targeting of Americans for their political beliefs.”


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Jonah Goldberg Explains “Social Justice”

Originally posted on YouViewed/Editorial:

What Is Social Justice?

Published on Mar 24, 2014

” Social Justice” is a term you hear almost every day. But did you ever hear anybody define what it actually means? Jonah Goldberg of the American Enterprise Institute tries to pin this catchall phrase to the wall. In doing so, he exposes the not-so-hidden agenda of those who use it. What sounds so caring and noble turns out to be something very different.

  You can support Prager University by clicking…. Free videos are great, but to continue producing high-quality content, even small contributions are greater.

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John Stossel Explores Asset Forfeiture

Originally posted on YouViewed/Editorial:

John Stossel – Policing For Profit

” Eapen Thampy (Americans for Forfeiture Reform) joins John to discuss a form of legalized theft called civil asset forfeiture.

Via Wikipedia

  There are two types of forfeiture cases, criminal and civil. Approximately half of all forfeiture cases practiced today are civil, although many of those are filed in parallel to a related criminal case.

  In civil forfeiture cases, the US Government sues the item of property, not the person; the owner is effectively a third party claimant.

  The burden is on the Government to establish that the property is subject to forfeiture by a “preponderance of the evidence.” If it is successful, the owner may yet prevail by establishing an “innocent owner” defense.”


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April 16, 2014 1 comment

Citizens in Buffalo, NY Shred Gun Registration Forms on Registration Deadline Day (video)

Originally posted on PUMABydesign001's Blog:

Screenshot NY SAFE ACT protest Albany NY shredding gun registration forms

Guns Saves Lives

Citizens who oppose New York’s gun registration law and the entire SAFE Act turned out today to commit a public act of civil disobedience. It is thought that anywhere from tens of thousands to possibly over 1 million gun owners in New York have refused to register their firearms that the state has deemed to be “assault weapons”. However, one group of citizens in Buffalo, NY took things a step further and actually shredded their registration forms in public. The group had planned to burn the forms, but as public burning is banned in Buffalo (oh, FFS), they had to resort to shredding [...]

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American Gun Owners

April 16, 2014 1 comment

The Grey Enigma:

I love Brittius. :-)

Originally posted on High Heels and Handguns:

American Gun Owners

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Missouri Department of Transportation Uses LRAD Sound Cannons Against Speeding Drivers

Originally posted on wchildblog:

Source: Story Leak, by Mikael Thalen

The Missouri Department of Transportation revealed two newly acquired LRAD sound cannons this week, which will reportedly be used to target vehicles that speed in work zones.

Coming in at $25,000 a piece, the Long-Range Acoustic Device, a sonic weapon best know for its use against protesters and insurgents in Afghanistan, will alert drivers to road conditions by shooting a loud verbal message through their windshields.

“The LRAD puts out up to 153 decibels of sound through an emitter, not a loud speaker,” said MoDOT employee Michele Compton. “The sound easily penetrates the windshield and well-insulated cab of a car, even overriding the vehicle’s engine sounds and a radio turned up loud enough to jam to tunes at highway speeds.”

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Raid and shoot: This ain’t your grandpa’s PD


40% of Russia’s Food is from Dacha Gardens

Originally posted on Stop Making Sense:

From Natural Homes:

In 2011, 51% of Russia’s food was grown either by dacha communities (40%),  or peasant farmers (11%) leaving the rest (49%) of production to the large agricultural enterprises. But when you dig down into the earthy data from the Russian Statistics Service you discover some impressive details. Again in 2011, dacha gardens produced over 80% of the countries fruit and berries, over 66% of the vegetables, almost 80% of the potatoes and nearly 50% of the nations milk, much of it consumed raw.

While many European governments make living on a small-holding very difficult, in Russia the opposite is the case. In the UK one councillor‘s opinion regarding living on the land was, “Nobody would subject themselves to that way of life. You might as well be in prison“; tell that to a nation of gardeners living off the land.


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FBI Visiting Gun Shops to Investigate “People talking about Big Government”

April 15, 2014 2 comments

Originally posted on Evil of indifference:

In keeping with the tradition of the FBI’s position on gun rights, it appears the Bureau is working overdrive to monitor and harass gun owners and the gun shops that sell to them.

While government surveillance of gun purchases and gun owners is nothing new, a recent visit by an FBI Counterterrorism agent to a Columbia, South Carolina gun shop has only reinforced the knowledge that the U.S. government is growing more and more concerned by the prospect of a well-armed populace – particularly one that prefers to live without constant government interference in their personal lives.

While the narrative surrounding “counterterrorism” operations used to eviscerate civil liberties after 9/11 was initially based upon the threat of Muslim fundamentalists, that narrative has clearly shifted to a focus on gun owning, law-abiding American citizens – both those who are politically active and those who are blissfully ignorant of current events.

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NJ Taxpayers To Foot Legal Bill For Some State Employees In ‘Bridgegate’ Scandal

April 15, 2014 1 comment

Originally posted on CBS New York:

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey taxpayers will pay $340 per hour for law firms to represent some state employees as lawmakers and prosecutors investigate lane closures near the George Washington Bridge.

The state attorney general’s office released on Monday the names of five law firms that represent current or former state employees who have been or could be subpoenaed by a state legislative committee or the U.S. attorney’s office, both of which are investigating the closures. The office released retention agreements between the state and the law firms but redacted the names of the employees who are being represented, though some have already been publicly disclosed.

The law firms on the state payroll include those representing Bill Stepien, a former campaign director and aide to Gov. Chris Christie, but only for the time he was employed by the administration, until April 2013. Other lawyers are representing Christie press secretary…

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo Signs National Popular Vote Bill

The Grey Enigma:

Here we go: Democrat perma-majority.
Just in time for the collapse.

Originally posted on CBS New York:

ALBANY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) –  Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation to enter New York in an interstate agreement to award its electoral votes to the presidential candidate who receives the majority of the popular vote.

The National Popular Vote agreement would be triggered if states representing 270 electoral votes commit. Currently 10 states and the District of Columbia, representing 165 electoral votes — 61 percent of what is needed to win a presidential election — have signed the measure.

The bill signed by Cuomo adds New York’s 29 electoral votes. The legislation was approved the state Senate and Assembly on March 25.

New York is the second largest state, behind California — which has 55 electoral votes — to join the effort.

“With the passage of this legislation, New York is taking a bold step to fundamentally increase the strength and fairness of our nation’s presidential elections,” Cuomo said in a news…

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90% of N.Y. gun owners refuse to register guns

Originally posted on Cry and Howl:

Despite the best efforts, or at least the latest efforts of the anti-gun folks, even New Yorkers are defying the gun-grabbing freaks.

Via: Conservative Tribune

BREAKING: 90% of NY Gun Owners Refuse to Register Guns

Not unlike what’s happening in Connecticut right now, New York gun owners are refusing registration, blatantly defying the state’s unconstitutional new gun control law, called the NY SAFE Act.

We recently reported how gun owners in New York burned at least a thousand registration forms in defiance of the law.  We also noted that police are refusing to enforce it, as sheriffs in other states like Colorado and Connecticut that have new gun control laws are doing.

According to new figures leaked by sources inside the New York State Police, as many as 90% of gun owners may have refused to register their “assault weapons,” as only 3,000-5,000 guns have been registered so…

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Miscellany ……..

Originally posted on Freedom Is Just Another Word...:

Yes I have to admit…

I have a strong dislike towards DemocRATS..

Especially those named Obama, Biden, Kerry, Clinton, Pelosi, Feinstein, Boxer, Reid…Etc..

Or McCain, Boehner, Mcconnell…..RINOS….

So I guess I must be racist…


Got Diabetes?

Then the ObamaScare Diabetes Police will be watching you!!


Only 52 percent think taxes are to high?

Seems low…One would think a 100 percent would feel that way..


You pass laws that effect businesses…

And they have the opportunity to move someplace else where the business climate is a bit more friendly..

What do you expect?


Another rebellion?

Over stupid gun laws?


How the Government creates felons….

By passing laws that are asinine..


pResident Buck Ofama..

Not only has a problem with the number of States in the US of A..

Does it again..


This would be War on Women..

Not the crap the FemNazi’s and Flukes…

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Citizen Control Enables Evil #CitizenControl #Evil #GunControl

Originally posted on Duct Tape & Paracord:

peter van uhm

Sunday evening we posted a relatively famous talk given by Peter van Uhm, chief of defense for the Netherlands, in which he explains why he “chose the gun” as his tool of choice to make the world a better place.

van Uhm is a good man, and I suspect that most of of you were nodding along with his line of thought,until he got to the portion of his talk where he began talking about the importance of the government having a monopoly on force in a democratic society.

It’s an alien mindset to those of us here in the United States, who instinctively know that a government monopoly on force—democratically elected or otherwise—is a nightmare scenario, ensuring that the ever-corrupting forces of government will one day turn citizens into subjects, and eventually, subjects into victims. The 100+ million…

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So that’s what happend? War College: Social media helping destabilize world.

The Grey Enigma:

AH ha!!
It IS the messenger after all!

Originally posted on wchildblog:

World instability

Security forces from Provincial Reconstruction Team Ghazni secure a landing zone while Polish medics arrive to provide medical care in Ghazni province, Afghanistan. Poles and militaries from other Eastern European countries participated in Iraq and Afghanistan with the hope that someday when they need military assistance, the U.S. would provide it, said Robert D. Kaplan, chief geopolitical analyst for Stratfor.

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, April 11, 2014) — Twitter, Facebook and other types of social media are contributing to global instability, said Robert D. Kaplan, chief geopolitical analyst for Stratfor — a team of intelligence experts.

The use of social media, he explained, has been shown to unite and rally demonstrators at a moment’s notice, enabling them to focus their energies on toppling regimes in just a matter of days. An example…

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PressTV: Americans see worst fears come true

Originally posted on 2012: What's the 'real' truth?:

The US First Amendment states, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereofThe US First Amendment states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof

Sat Apr 12, 2014 11:53AM GMT

Tim King

Related Interviews:

Americans are increasingly feeling the heat from their own government, and they are starting to see the manifestation of their own worst fears; those predicted by visionaries such as George Orwell.

Federal agents with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) attacked a group of protestors this week in rural Nevada, using tasers, dogs, and even moving vehicles to strike people who oppose the BLM’s policies toward historic cattle ranch practices.

The ranchers say their animals are being killed and starved on BLM property and protestors with the 140-year old Bundy Ranch say their anger was elevated when federal officials arrived with a dump truck and a back hoe…

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NY: How to register your gun.

Bow down, Dingy Harry speaks

The Grey Enigma:

……               Uh, yes Harry we can and will have an American people who break all sorts of unjust laws. We are not your serfs, nor your sheep. We are citizens. God Bless America!

Originally posted on Eatgrueldog:

Harry Reid said something interesting yesterday in response to the Bundy ranch drama. He stated that it is not over because “We can’t have an American people who break the law”. What is interesting is the all inclusive “An American people”. He isn’t referring to some people or individuals, but rather the people as a whole.    This flies in the face of everything that America stands for. When the people as a whole reject laws, there is a problem. It is supposed to be our voices in Washington, by proxy, passing those laws, so of course we wouldn’t break them.    Instead, what we have are a bunch of arrogant, self serving, rat-bastards doing as they please and stifling our freedom with onerous laws. It is with complete confidence and arrogance that Reid states this.” Why of course we are going to force the people to do as we say.” You…

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