Tuesday, Jun 21, 2011 19:07 BST Texas
Senator Compares TSA Fight To Revolutionary War The Texas Senator at the forefront of the fight against
invasive TSA pat-downs has likened the stand-off between state and federal
authorities over a bill that would criminalize TSA groping to the revolutionary
war against Mexico, calling the situation a "Come and Take It"
moment once again for Texas.
are tired of wars
Libya is simply the most recent issue, but look at the 100,000 US troops
in Afghanistan and the 50,000 in Iraq, not to mention even more under
the radar in Pakistan. Still, the NATO assault is continuing in Libya
and 72% of Americans, according to the polls, are tired of all the military
initiatives the US is involved with and think the country should withdraw.
Showdown a Watershed Moment in Battle For Freedom
A bill that would criminalize invasive TSA pat downs in Texas has risen
like a phoenix from the flames, with Governor Rick Perry being forced
to include the item on the agenda for the current special session of
the legislature, setting the stage for what could potentially become
a watershed moment in the battle to peel back a federal power grab that
has characterized the advance of big government.
Tells Feds: Shove Your Light Bulb Ban State lawmakers have passed a bill that allows Texans to skirt
federal efforts to promote more efficient light bulbs, which ultimately
pushes the swirled, compact fluorescent bulbs over the 100-watt incandescent
bulbs many grew up with.
LulzSec Hacker Attacks the Work of Military Intelligence?
MSNBC reports the shadowy hacking groups LulzSec and Anonymous are now
working together and have claimed credit for launching a denial-of-service
attack that earlier today took down the website of SOCA, the British
police Serious Organized Crime Agency.
Troop Withdrawal in Afghanistan
Four cheers for the U.S. Conference of Mayors! It has just voted
up a resolution calling on Washington to transfer $126-billion in
annual spending from its Middle East wars to America’s cities!
and Rapper Argue About Bogus War On Terror
Fox’s Bill O’Reilly and rapper Lupe Fiasco went at it
on O’Reilly’s show Monday night. O’Reilly defended
Obama’s wars and Fiasco criticized them. Bill was supposedly
miffed that the Muslim rapper considers Obama a terrorist.
Zone: Deeper and Deeper Into the Mire
Obviously, there was a typo in the UN resolution approving NATO’s
operations in Libya. It was widely reported that the resolution
authorized the establishment of a “no-fly” zone in Libya
to protect civilians from being killed by military attack.
14 Reasons Why Rick Perry Would Be A Really, Really Bad President
Supporters of Texas Governor Rick Perry are not going to like this
article at all. Right now, Republicans all over the United States
are touting Rick Perry as the “Republican messiah” that
is going to come charging in to save America from the presidency
of Barack Obama.
‘surplus’ stores now selling personal items TSA steals
If you have ever wondered what happens to the countless barrels
of personal items that the US Transportation Security Administration
(TSA) confiscates (steals) from air travelers every single day,
you might be surprised to know that state governments are now reselling
these supposedly “dangerous” items in government surplus
stores for extra revenue.