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Mom Banned From Praying on Public School Property

I'm of the mind that the school had no right to ban her.  She didn't work for the school, wasn't obstructing anyone, and regardless of what the FFRF say, it is not unconstitutional.  Giving the impression that the school supports a particular message is a far cry from actually officially supporting it.  Banning someone because they might offend someone's delicate sensibilities is wrong.

The school administration are chickens, and took the easy way out bowing to pressure than stand up for what is right.  Suppressing the freedom of speech and expression is absolutely unconstitutional, while protecting someone from what they may perceive as the school sanctioning a religion is quite a stretch.

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FBI pressures Internet providers to install surveillance software

The domestic surveilance broadens.  I guess the FBI didn't want the NSA to have all the fun.  Seen at :

The U.S. government is quietly pressuring telecommunications providers to install eavesdropping technology deep inside companies' internal networks to facilitate surveillance efforts.

FBI officials have been sparring with carriers, a process that has on occasion included threats of contempt of court, in a bid to deploy government-provided software capable of intercepting and analyzing entire communications streams. The FBI's legal position during these discussions is that the software's real-time is authorized under the .

Attempts by the FBI to install what it internally refers to as "port reader" software, which have not been previously disclosed, were described to CNET in interviews over the last few weeks. One former government official said the software used to be known internally as the "harvesting program."

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Subway Stabbing Victim Can't Sue NYPD For Failing To Save Him

When the police have no duty or obligation to protect, and the law does not let you protect yourself, it leaves one in a bit of a pickle, no?  Seen at :

A man who was brutally stabbed by Brooklyn subway slasher two years ago had his negligence case against the city yesterday, despite the fact that two transit officers had locked themselves in a motorman's car only a few feet from him at the time of the attack.

Gelman in the face, neck, hands and head on an uptown 3 train in February 2011, after in a 28-hour period. Lozito, a father of two and an avid martial arts fan, was able to tackle Gelman and hold him down, and Gelman was eventually arrested by the transit officers. Lozito sued the city, arguing that the police officers had locked themselves in the conductor's car and in time.

The Elite’s Agenda Explained in 22 Quotes

Some of these I've read before, others not.  Look at the status and direction of society today; how far off are we from their vision?  Seen at :

1. “In the next century, nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. National sovereignty wasn’t such a great idea after all.” — Strobe Talbot, President Clinton’s Deputy Secretary of State, as quoted in Time, July 20th, 1992.

2. “The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of “liberalism” they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.” — Norman Thomas, for many years U.S. Socialist Presidential candidate.

3. “Today the path of total dictatorship in the United States can be laid by strictly legal means, unseen and unheard by the Congress, the President, or the people. Outwardly we have a Constitutional government. We have operating within our government and political system, another body representing another form of government – a bureaucratic elite.” — Senator William Jenner, 1954

We The People

Vindication: Zimmerman Not Guilty!

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George Zimmerman was acquitted of second degree murder and manslaughter on Saturday afternoon, ending one of the most controversial trials in recent memory.

The jury deliberated for sixteen hours before reaching a verdict at 9:50 on Saturday evening.

The saga of race, guns, and media started sixteen months ago when Zimmerman shot seventeen-year-old Trayvon Martin. Thanks to the application of Florida’s Stand Your Ground law, Zimmerman was not arrested, prompting weeks of protests that eventually led to the state of Florida’s appointment of a special prosecutor, who ordered Zimmerman’s arrest.

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