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There’s government electronic surveillance, and then there’s government online stalking. In its mission to ensure the government gets every last dollar it can from people, the Internal Revenue Service is now resorting to the latter.
Less than two years after being fully and finally “decimated” by the Administration of President Barack Obama, al-Qaida has somehow managed to foment new leadership and organize into what CNN described Wednesday as “what looks like the largest and most dangerous gathering in years.”
New emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit indicate that former Internal Revenues Service official Lois Lerner’s targeting of conservative groups was part of a broader assault on right-leaning groups by other Federal agencies.
Welcome to yet another desperate effort by the Democrats to come up with something that will distract voters from Obamacare. It’s no surprise that Democratic candidates running for re-election will try anything to keep this incredibly unpopular piece of legislation from being the No. 1 issue in the November elections.
On April 17, 1961, about 1,400 Cuban exiles, armed, trained and financed by the CIA and with the blessings of President John F. Kennedy, landed in Cuba at the Bay of Pigs. Their goal was to rally Cuban citizenry to rise up and overthrow Fidel Castro.
The mission was ill-conceived, the planning was bad, the execution was worse and the results were disastrous.
Americans have the ability to nullify unConstitutional laws through noncompliance and with the help of law enforcement who stand true to their oath to defend the Constitution.
The Census Bureau has been directed to change the wording of questions concerning Americans’ health coverage so that it will be impossible to compare the answers with those provided by takers of the bureau’s interim annual surveys in previous years.
While the police don’t like it and officers across the country repeatedly intimidate and even arrest those who do it, courts have ruled that citizens can indeed record police activities. Now Dallas Police Association President Ron Pinkston is asking the public to put away their recording devices for their own safety.
Pinkston told CBS DFW that it’s a safety issue. He made the recommendation after a woman from the police accountability organization Cop Block was spotted following a Dallas officer around recording his activities.
Civil rights advocates such as John Whitehead, president of the Rutherford Institute in Charlottesville, say the widespread collection and preservation of license plate data not only potentially violates search and seizure rights in the 4th Amendment, but it also makes people leery to exercise their 1st Amendment rights.
Recently, Senator John McCain said the Administration of President Barack Obama doesn’t carry a big stick; it carries a twig. The truth is Uncle Sam is too weak, too fat and too whimsical of mind to bother picking up much of anything up and waving it about.