Obama Has Signed 3 New Executive Orders

Obama has signed 3 new executive orders: www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/05/01/executive-order-promoting-international-regulatory-cooperation and www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/05/10/executive-order-identifying-and-reducing-regulatory-burdens and www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/03/15/executive-order-establishing-white-house-council-strong-cities-strong-co This latest executive order will allow the soviet socialists in our local communities through their committees to adopt and enact United Nations regulations designed to establish absolute United Nations’ control over our every resource. The laws of the United States, individual states, counties, […]

Congress Looking Happy to Reauthorize Broad, Secret Spying Powers

ShareThis Congress Looking Happy to Reauthorize Broad, Secret Spying Powers 31 May 2012 House lawmakers of both stripes in a Thursday hearing seemed amenable to the Obama administration’s request to continue giving the government broad, warrantless electronic surveillance powers over American citizens – though some suggested Americans or at least members of Congress deserved to […]

China parliament unveils dissident detention powers

China’s parliament unveiled legislation on Thursday solidifying police powers to hold dissidents in secret, prompting an outcry from artist Ai Weiwei and other rights campaigners caught in a surge of clandestine detentions last year. Red Ice Creations News Feed              

The U.N. Threat to Internet Freedom

On Feb. 27, a diplomatic process will begin in Geneva that could result in a new treaty giving the United Nations unprecedented powers over the Internet. Dozens of countries, including Russia and China, are pushing hard to reach this goal by year’s end. As Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said last June, his goal and […]

Col. Fletcher Prouty Discusses The Gary Powers U2 Flight

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Canada boosts police powers, alarms privacy watchdog

A new law gives police stronger powers to track what Canadians do online, but raises concern from the privacy watchdog about “warrantless access to personal information.” The Conservative government says the draft law it unveiled on Tuesday aims at hunting down pedophiles or other criminals by giving police, the country’s spy agency and the Competition […]

Canada unveils new cyber monitoring rules

From: Breitbart.com Canada’s government Tuesday introduced a bill to give law enforcement authorities sweeping powers to probe online communications, but the move sparked criticism about threats to privacy. “New technologies provide new ways of committing crimes, making them more difficult to investigate,” Justice Minister Rob Nicholson told a press conference in unveiling the measure. “This […]

Ron Paul slams absurd Libya war powers debate


Executive Orders violates the separation of powers of the Constitution

Executive orders violates the U.S. Constitutions separation of powers because executive orders appear very similar to laws and executive orders threaten American citizens with imprisonment which is unlawful as the executive branch cannot enact laws and the power is delegated to only the Congress to enact laws which the executive branch has to execute. One […]