In contrast to Texas legislation introduced by state representative Jason Villalba (R-Dallas) that would penalize a citizen for filming police activity within a proposed 15-foot area, lawmakers in Colorado have introduced a bill that would penalize police officers for obstructing, seizing or destroying citizen recording.
“Can you hear me now?”
Border patrol agents say the Department of Homeland Security’s new $1 billion updated radio system makes it even more difficult than before to communicate with each other while patrolling the Southwestern border.
The agents’ concerns were documented in a new report from the Government Accountability Office released Thursday, including situations where they said that issues with the radio system jeopardized their safety.
by Chuck Baldwin:
Texas Senator Ted Cruz made his candidacy for President of the United States official this week. He is the first Republican to officially jump into the presidential race. He chose my alma mater, Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, to make the announcement. Readers immediately inundated me with requests for my thoughts on his candidacy. Today’s column will attempt to answer those requests. Mind you, these are preliminary thoughts, subject to change one way or the other as I learn more about Senator Cruz.
Before I list what seem to me to be more obvious pros and cons of his candidacy, let me say that it is extremely obvious that Mr. Cruz is wanting to “corner the market” on the Christian conservative vote and make them the ideological and political base of his campaign. The fact that he chose Liberty University, the largest evangelical Christian university in the country, to make his announcement makes it crystal clear. And if some of the early reactions to the senator’s strategy are any indication of whether Senator Cruz succeeded or not, it may seem that he has taken a big step in that regard.
PAF: My sentiments EXACTLY. In the political arena it is more efficient to work with the "irate minority" than it is the clueless majority. Though we should always engage the communities that we live to change the hearts and minds of the American people, instilling values such as principles and freedom.
The Internet Explained by Senator Ted Stevens (R - Alaska)
By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT - MARCH 27, 2015
New York Times
WASHINGTON — An examination of the server that housed the personal email account that Hillary Rodham Clinton used exclusively when she was secretary of state showed that there are no copies of any emails she sent during her time in office, her lawyer told a congressional committee on Friday.
There is nothing politically correct about Hillary Clinton wiping her emails from her days at the State Department.Submitted by They_called_the_wind on Sat, 03/28/2015 - 03:50
Especially while we have a guy like Snowden who committed similar crimes in exile in Russia, and who would be punished to the full extent of the law. One was hiding the truth from the American public, the other bringing it to them.
Formatting on sites like this is always difficult to sort through but I thought there were some intriguing tidbits our crowd may enjoy. I personally don't know Jim Stone. I found him through another web personality I follow more closely.
Here is my final statement regarding the Germanwings downing:
What if everyone in the world used bitcoin for a day?
Basically, the day would be a marketing effort for Bitcoin where we would ask everyone who hasn't tried Bitcoin yet to try it on this day. We would ask everyone to use it for as much of that days businesses as they can.
I've set up a one page website for the idea.
What day should it be on? What do you think of the idea?
I think most of us here are on the same page. Share this info and all the other DP vac and GMO posts here with others outside the DP community, they are the ones that need this info.
Attorney Demolishes Pro-Vaccine Talking Points-
Lays Bare The Shocking Facts About Vaccination Risks And Dangers
5 1/2 month-old infant dies after 8 vaccines IN ONE DAY.
‘SIDS’ put On Death Certificate. Then the hospital refuses to issue an autopsy report!
Ron Paul at Reason's 15th Anniversary
Can anyone show me the proof wars are good for us?
Why do we have wars?
Her book unveils her experience selling pharmaceuticals and the dirty secrets the industry doesn’t want anyone to know. Olsen explains that when drugs hit the market, no one knows even 50 percent of the side effects associated with the drug. Doctors are convinced of the drug’s effectiveness and their patients literally become test subjects or lab rats for the pharmaceutical companies. Olsen even confesses, “We were being trained to misinform people.”