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The Cell Phone as a Tool of Resistance

Written by Gary North on October 24, 2012

Think of the cell phone as unleashing a million Rodney King videos. As citizens grab their cell phones to make YouTube-ready copies of bureaucrats’ unconstitutional imposition of force, the bureaucrats are going on the defensive. There is a kind of cold war going on. Every time the bureaucrats impose new restrictions on cell phones, cell […]

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Feds Spend $550,000 to Monitor Texting While Driving

Written by Gary North on October 22, 2012

The Department of Transportation, a federal agency, has just given $275,000 each to the governments of Massachusetts and Connecticut to study drivers who text while driving. Why don’t those two governments fund their own studies? Why does the federal government get involved? Because the feds plan to get all of the states involved in anti-texting […]

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Federal Judge Orders Sex-Change Operation for Convicted Murderer, to Be Paid for by Taxpayers

Written by Gary North on September 6, 2012

A federal judge has decided that a prisoner in a Massachusetts prison for having killed his wife is suffering emotionally. He is really a woman, hormonally speaking. So great is the suffering, the judge determined, that the taxpayers of Massachusetts must pay for a sex-change operation. Incarcerated rapists in prisons around the nation are strongly […]

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The Montpelier Manifesto (Sept. 4, 2012)

Written by Gary North on September 5, 2012

This manifesto sounds mostly Tea Party-like. It has only one obviously anti-free market provision: Public and private sector labor unions which have been under open attack by the government since the Reagan administration, by hostile anti-union private employers such as Wal-Mart, and more recently by some Republican governors. All the rest is straight Tea Party. […]

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THE NSA May Have Tapped Your Phone

Written by Gary North on September 4, 2012

The National Security Agency, known as NSA (“No Such Agency”), is allowed to tap the communications of Americans, but only insofar as they are dealing with people outside the USA. For over five years, the NSA has been monitoring the communications of Americans who were communicating only inside the USA. The Electronic Freedom Foundation has […]

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The UN’s Agenda 21 Is Officially Losing Traction

Written by Gary North on August 29, 2012

Agenda 21 is a global land-use planning proposal of the United Nations Organization. It came into existence in 1992 as part of the global warming agenda. George H. W. Bush signed it, but it has never been introduced to the Senate by any President for ratification. Bush, Sr., was a great proponent of the New […]

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Showdown Over Illegal Immigration: ICE Agents Sue Janet Napolitano

Written by Gary North on August 27, 2012

President Obama’s executive order on illegal immigration breaks existing federal laws on immigration. So say the President of the Immigration and CustomsĀ  Enforcement Agents and Officers Union and nine other agents. They have taken their case into the federal courts. They are suing the head of the Department of Homeland Security, who is enforcing the […]

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