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Civil War, the U.S. Constitution and History

November 1, 2012 2 comments

We should do our best to avoid another Civil War and the best way to do that is to insist upon faithful adherence to the U.S. Constitution.

An article entitled The U.S. Constitution and Civil War, posted at my blog on December 27, 2011, has received more “hits” than any other post there. It has received 14.66% of my total hits this year thus far; 33.10% of those hits came this October, more than in any previous month. Another article, Shall we Have Another Civil War posted on August 10, 2011, has also received many hits this year.

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Should the Constitution be amended ? Vanity post

November 1, 2012 1 comment

Oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America.

Should the Constitution of the United States of America be amended to only allow those who have taken a oath to defend the Constitution to vote including citizens ?

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“Remember Benghazi” – A Bumper Sticker with Impact

November 1, 2012 9 comments

Feel free to copy and use this bumper sticker, Remember Benghazi.

 

TOPICS: Government; Military/Veterans; Politics; Click to Add Topic

 

KEYWORDS: benghazi; election; obama; Click to Add Keyword

 

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garyjohnson (Photo credit: GunnyG1345)

 

FReepathon: Please keep those cards and letters coming, folks. No matter what happens on November 6, we’re going to need FR more than ever!

 

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A Tale of Two Presidents…

November 1, 2012 1 comment

This is the story of two very different American presidents and how they each answered their emergency Libyan phone calls.

First, the story of Ronald Reagan. When he got a call about trouble with Libya it was in August of 1981 and I happened to be having dinner with him and Nancy in Los Angeles.

Ronald Reagan wearing cowboy hat at Rancho del...

Ronald Reagan wearing cowboy hat at Rancho del Cielo. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We had just finished eating and were having coffee when Ed Meese phoned. Meese was my father’s top policy adviser, and there was a serious military crisis brewing in the Mediterranean.

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Prison Planet.com » Big Sis Loaning Out Military Style Drones To Sheriffs Departments: Privacy Group Sues

November 1, 2012 Leave a comment

DHS secretly flying surveillance missions for other law enforcement agencies

Steve Watson

Prison Planet.com

Nov 1, 2012

Big Sis Loaning Out Military Style Drones To Sheriffs Departments: Privacy Group Sues

A privacy rights watchdog is suing the Department of Homeland Security for information relating to the agency’s practice of loaning out Predator drones to law enforcement agencies in the US.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation wants to obtain and make public details regarding the DHS’ granting permission for domestic police departments to borrow and operate the same type of drones that are used by the military in Afghanistan and elsewhere.

Information via news items, DHS press releases, and word of mouth has made it apparent that the DHS is overseeing predator drone flights for a range of local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.

The Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is flying DHS drones fitted with video cameras, infrared cameras, heat sensors, and radar. The Texas Rangers, as well as the Bureau of Land Management, and the Department of Defense have also used DHS drones. Even a county sheriff’s department in North Dakota is reported to have operated a predator drone belonging to the DHS.

“We’ve seen bits and pieces of information on CBP’s Predator drones, but Americans deserve the full story,” said EFF Staff Attorney Jennifer Lynch.

The EFF filed suit in a federal court in San Francisco after the DHS did not respond to a Freedom of Information Act request.

“Drones are a powerful surveillance tool that can be used to gather extensive data about you and your activities. The public needs to know more about how and why these Predator drones are being used to watch U.S. citizens.”

The EFF is also suing the US Federal Aviation Administration for similar information regarding authorization of drone flights by domestic police departments. The agency has released some information but is responding too slowly to FOIA requests, meaning any data EFF receives is already well out of date.

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Did Our President and Others Commit Treason In Benghazi?

November 1, 2012 1 comment

In spite of all the reasons I have to not like this President, Barack Obama, it is with a heavy heart that I approach the question in today’s title.

I have had strong differences with most of the presidents in my life time, however, I have never questioned a president’s loyalty to country or to the men and women who serve our country.

Yet the bizarre handling by this president and his surrogates of the attacks on our diplomatic mission in Libya and the events leading up to the attacks, compels me to ask if Barack Obama and his senior advisor committed treason against the men in Benghazi. The President and his administration have been less than forthcoming about what happened in Benghazi, Libya. What we do know is only due to information leaking out and made public by Fox News. No other media outlet is covering this story.

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GyG ReBlog: Patrick Henry Predicted The Presidents Will Betray Us! ~ Time Has Proven Patrick Henry’s Predictions To Be True/THE SHERIFF: A NECESSARY OFFICE by Bernadine Smith…

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Patrick Henry Predicted The Presidents Will Betray Us! ~ Time Has Proven Patrick Henry’s Predictions To Be True

Patrick Henry Predicted The Presidents Will Betray Us!

“The president will lead in the treason. Your militia will leave you and fight against you.

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