Monthly Archives: March 2015

Invasion of Privacy Is Violence.

From Passive Surveillance to Active Disruption, The Growing Reach of the Betrayal of our Privacy Sinks In.  It has taken me since June of 2013 and Edward Snowden’s NSA spying revelations to arrive at the theory that Invasion of Privacy … Continue reading

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My Dog Is Smarter Than The Politicians Who Want To Cut Food Stamps.

  Looks like the war on the working poor is getting back into high gear. The austerians  in D.C. are declaring the lie that the economic recovery has raised all boats and that Food Stamps should be cut. They have … Continue reading

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C51 is “The Bomb.”

  This new Canadian bill ought to wreck their democracy pretty darn well. It will start with taking out basic legal rights, rights to legal representation, right to habeus corpus, right to a warrant from a judge based upon probable … Continue reading

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New Peace Book: “A Global Security System. An Alternative to War.”

  The folks at WorldBeyondWar.org have written a book about how to create world peace. (The free ebook is at the site.) Here is the executive summary:   “Resting on a convincing body of evidence that violence is not a … Continue reading

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What The Have-Nots Have.

click on the image to enlarge. The idea that these programs contribute to the Federal fiscal problems is ridiculous. Politically, we have only one Socialist Senator who cares more about us than the Haves. Only one. We have Medicaid if … Continue reading

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Global Powers Have Abandoned Their Human Rights Values.

The Report of the United Nations Human Rights Chief contains more truth in 3 short columns of print, than the entire New York Times newspaper for Friday, March 6th, 2015.  No one can hear the misery of the sufferers of … Continue reading

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Full Take.

This is a big story because the part (New Zealand’s seizure of data content) can stand for the whole (NSA and five eyes depth of spying on all populations, globally).  It means that spy agencies have the capacity and the … Continue reading

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