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U.S. Supreme Court: If You're Being GPS-Tracked, You're Being Searched

If the government puts a GPS tracker on you, your car, or any of your personal effects, it counts as a search—and is therefore protected by the Fourth Amendment. 720 more words

Police State USSA

The Federal Income Tax, Another Fraud Perpetrated Against Americans

Americans are in the middle of tax season; attempting to figure out how much they owe and then file the appropriate paperwork by April 15th.   In recent history, this ritual has occurred at the same time each and every year while the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issues threats and warnings, including an updated version of their list of the… 1,077 more words

Income Tax

A Look Inside the Net Neutrality Rules: It's Worse Than You Think!

Written by C. Mitchell Shaw for the New American Magazine

After the FCC made its “Net Neutrality” rules public late last week, The New American… 2,589 more words


Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

What ever the government gets into gets screwed up no exceptions and its directly proportional to how much they get involved.

Let's see--Bibi is major league, even an IDF commando, bamster is a poseur, a doper with limp wrists.

I think we would be better off if we had never seen this creep from Indonesia with muslim and commie roots. 713 more words


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No argument from me!

Wikipedia Rewrite History – Part II

By Paul Homewood


After much crowd sourcing, I can update the position regarding Wikipedia’s downgrading of Hurricane Camille. For those who missed the first part, it is… 152 more words

Climate Change

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

Control "history" and you control the present! If you control the "present" the future is yours!

What Kind of Country Have We Become?

The Fourth Amendment states that any authority must have reasonable suspicion before searching a person or their property. Further, American citizens are not required to disclose the destination of their travel. 98 more words