By Doug Hagmann Monday, November 11, 2013
Despite what you are being told, the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA), commonly known as ObamaCare, is already proving to be a resounding success. The problem, however, is that the majority of Americans don’t fully understand the objectives of this plan, or the roles of its architects and its defenders. Even the vast majority of conservative pundits in all venues don’t seem to ‘get it’ and consequently, are leading their readers and listeners astray by focusing on the wrong issues.
First, it is vital to understand that the ACA is not now, nor never was, about providing affordable health care. It is merely disguised as such.
AudioGateway Pundit ^ | May 17, 2013 | Jim HoftPosted on Friday, May 17, 2013 4:24:44 PM by 2ndDivisionVet
IT GETS WORSE!The Obama IRS demanded that several Tea Party groups provide back-end access to their websites.
From reliable sources: This happened to several Tea Party groups!The source has this in writing.
It states they wanted access to everything the members had access to, which would be chats, email, contact information, etc.
by Jeff Boss (with Jim Fetzer)
Sometimes what you learn from those with whom you come into contact simply blows you away. In this instance, I contacted Jeff Boss for an interview on “The Real Deal”, where I had no idea what I was about to hear from him.
I can’t vouch for anything he told me, but I have visited his web sites and found a number of affidavits about the NSA making pay-offs to silence those who know his story.
We spoke for over an hour and he invited me to visit his websites, “bossformayor.com”, “bossforsenate.com”, and “bossforpresident.com”.
State Senator Wants Crackdown on Anonymous Internet Commentary… ” Under the proposed bill, to avoid having his content removed a poster would have to attach his legal name, IP address, and home address.“As it stands now, pretty much anyone can post anything he wants,” Silverstein complained”
Illinois State Senator Ira Silverstein D-Chicago has introduced legislation that would require Internet websites to remove anything posted by an anonymous poster if someone complains about the content.
Under the proposed bill, to avoid having his content removed a poster would have to attach his legal name, IP address, and home address.“As it stands now, pretty much anyone can post anything he wants,” Silverstein complained. “If he does it anonymously someone who is offended by the posting has no recourse other than to try to rebut it in his own post. This may be acceptable for a person who is articulate, but many people aren’t.”Silverstein said he isn’t worried that his bill could chill freedom of speech.
“Freedom of speech shouldn’t be a ‘blank check’ to offend other people,” he contended. “There’s also a need for government authorities to be able to identify potential troublemakers. Restricting web site access to those willing to give their real names will significantly aid this process.
At first blush, this story may not appear terribly relevant to national security blogs, democracy or human rights, but here me out. It concerns a 24 year-old British citizen whose website has acted as a go-between for other sites which allegedly infringe music and movie copyrights of U.S. entertainment companies. Richard O’Dwyer ran the site, TVShack.net, which linked to others accused of online piracy.
A political website that contained stinging criticism of the Obama administration and its handling of the Fast and Furious scandal was ordered to be shut down by the Obama campaign’s ‘Truth Team’, according to private investigator Douglas Hagmann, who was told by ISP GoDaddy his site contained information that was “maliciously harmful to individuals in the government.”
Last Friday GoDaddy.com sent a notice to the owner of Homelandsecurityus.com informing him that he needed to find a new home for his domain name and web site.
“We did receive complaints about objectionable content on Homelandsecurityus.com, but it was not from a government agency or campaign committee, nor was it political in nature.