The London Police Now Have A Firm Definition Of Thought-Crime … And They’re Going To Use It

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TweetYum“Whether he went on with the diary, or whether he did not go on with it, made no difference. The Thought Police would get him just the same. He had committed—would still have committed, even if he had never set pen to paper—the essential crime that contained all others in itself. Thoughtcrime, they called it. […]

Senate Bill 1867: Are YOU an “Enemy Combatant” or a “Terrorist”?

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TweetYumby Ty Bollinger | CancerTruth.net With so much information (and “disinformation”) floating around the internet regarding the passage of Senate Bill 1867 (the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, for fiscal year 2012), I felt it necessary to post this article.  The NDAA regularly comes before Congress for changes and additions, but Senate Bill 1867 […]

The Limits of States’ Rights

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TweetYum By Gary Bauer | Human Events By invoking “states’ rights,” some Republican presidential contenders argue that national efforts to protect normal marriage and unborn life betray the federalist principles at the heart of conservatism. I’ve always believed that the government that’s closest to the people governs best. But the definition of society’s most vital […]

Many Alleged Sexual Assaults at VA Medical Facilities Not Reported, Study Finds

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TweetYum(FOXNEWS)    There have been nearly 300 alleged sexual assaults at Department of Veterans Affairs medical facilities over three years, through the end of 2010, and many of the allegations were not reported to higher-ups by VA police as required by law, according to a government report released this week. The Government Accountability Office reported Tuesday that of the […]

Is the US Department of Labor About To Develop Hit Lists of Individuals To Be Targeted By Unions?

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TweetYumAs a preface, sometimes it helps to have been “on the other side” when trying to determine what the unions’ game plan is within the Obama Administration. What you are about to read comes from having been on the other side and, quite frankly, putting two and two together. And, if you are not alarmed […]