CNN sends this, in which the point out this killing occurred almost immediately on the tails of the Colorado Intolerable Acts. http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/20/justice/colorado-prison-chief-dead/index.html
CALL YOUR SENATORS FRIDAY! THE FOLLOWING HI-CAP MAG BAN HAS BEEN SNUCK INTO THE CYBERSECURITY BILL: “SA 2575. Mr. LAUTENBERG (for himself, Mrs. BOXER, Mr. REED, Mr. MENENDEZ, Mrs. GILLIBRAND, Mr. SCHUMER, and Mrs. FEINSTEIN) submitted an amendment intended to be proposed by him to the bill S. 3414, to enhance the security and resiliency … Continue reading
Can your tribe communicate, mobilize, send/receive intel without the intertubes? best get to it. Obama signs new EO.
Feisty. – Cato, the American.
Firstly, let’s be clear. These were murders, not killings. Five people were sentenced between 5 and 65 years for their parts in the murder of unarmed civilians at the Danzinger Bridge. Evidence of perjury was present, but the judge stated that such was minor compared to the main issue at hand. A total of 20 … Continue reading
Iran warns world of coming ‘great event’… Developing Missile ‘That Could Reach America’… Hey, that rhetoric seems familiar some how…. Oh yeah, that’s right. WMDs. Looks like we’ve got an exit strategy, ‘head east.’ By the by, are you ready for CPX Foxtrot? – Cato, the American
This blog will stand down for the next 24 hours in protest to the so-called Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and it’s counterpart in the Senate PIPA. – Cato, the American.
AP has got a fantastic idea. http://buyagun2012.blogspot.com/ “Tyranny is a non-partisan activity. And we’re sick of it. So, on election day 2012, vote with your wallet. I say we overwhelm NICS, set a new daily record, and shake our rattle.” – Cato, the American.
From Lew Rockwell: We Have Crossed the Rubicon by Eric Peters ——————————————- Here’s the roll-call vote on the NDAA for FY ’12. Oh, and there’s that bit about indefinite detention without trial, charge, council, and maybe even at Gitmo. You know, the one Barack said he’d veto, not on civil liberties grounds, but because it … Continue reading