Browsing the blog archives for April, 2013

President Obama’s Double Standards When Muslims Murder Non-Muslims

The tragic murder of three people and wounding of 180 others, many grievously by two Muslim brothers with the 19-year old brother surviving his older brother has echoes of the 11/05/2009 Fort Hood massacre by U.S. Army major Nidal Hasan that caused 42 casualties,13 killed, 29 wounded.

In both cases, President Obama warned against “a rush to judgment”. Most recently: “That’s why we take care not to rush to judgment – not about motivations of individuals, certainly not about entire groups of people.”

A significant difference, concerning the Boston bombing: Obama said “the FBI was investigating the twin bombings as a terrorist act”.

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Temple Tx Police Illegally Disarm And Arrest Active Duty US Army Sergeant

Temple Texas is the last place you’d expect police to bring tyranny to it’s citizens, but in the video shown below, the police are shown illegally disarming and arresting Christopher Grisham, an active duty US soldier while on a rural hike to help his son earn an Eagle Scout badge.

Why was he detained? The first responding officer said that someone called in and reported a man walking with a rifle slung over his shoulder (which is completely legal). Mr Grisham asked the officer if he explained the law to that the person that called the police. The Sergeant responded “They don’t care what the law is.”

When he asked the officers what law he had broken, the Temple police officers invented a new crime – “rudely displaying a weapon.”

IRS Claims That It Can Read Your Email, Text Messages and Other Private Electronic Communications Without Warrant

The latest shocking story that the main stream media is sure to ignore – The IRS is now bypassing the 4th amendment and claiming the right to read through all of your email, text messages, social media pages and other private electronic communications without obtaining a search warrant.

Via The Hill:

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has claimed that agents do not need warrants to read people’s emails, text messages and other private electronic communications, according to internal agency documents.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which obtained the documents through a Freedom of Information Act request, released the information on Wednesday.