Preventing someone from driving drunk is a good thing. But could these breathalyzers become an eventual invasion of privacy? Technology is a good thing, but when people with evil motives are in charge, no wonder why some of think the worse in some situations.
We need more higher level people in Government speaking out against evil. General Taguba should be commending for his honesty and bravery.
These politicians are comical. Most of them have no idea about religion and politics and should stay away from both subjects.
This the same court that says it's cool to torture people at
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If you are asked to make the ultimate sacrifice for your country, can you actually put a price tag on your arms and legs?
Leaked confidential NIST documents concerning the investigation into the collapse of WTC 7, the 47-storey skyscraper that was not hit by a plane but imploded in under seven seconds on 9/11, reveal that an "unusual" event preceded the collapse of the building - a "jet of flames" that shot out of several windows after most of the fire had already died down.
Governments have been caught time and time again using agent provocateurs. This is nothing new, just another example of Governments getting caught and back peddling.
Maybe a graduation speech wasn’t the right place to complain, but you got to give the kid credit for not being a wimp and speaking up for what she thought was right.
Police reports show that three men arrested in a
A quarter of the entire adult population of the United Kingdom will be mandated to pass a state check operated by a newly formed government agency to have any physical contact with children under the age of 16 in public - including their own kids.
Perhaps most controversially, the bill effectively pardons the telecom giants that assisted the Bush administration in the warrantless wiretapping program. They will now be shielded from dozens of civil lawsuits brought against them after their involvement was exposed. House Democrats insist that the telecoms are not automatically getting off the hook. Instead, the companies must go before a federal judge. But here's the catch: For the suits against them to be "promptly dismissed," they must demonstrate to the judge not that what they did was legal but only that the White House told them to do it.
And all the while I thought that it was the big bad commodity speculators. FYI folks, the commodities are denominated in DOLLARS, which have been devalued. Welcome to economics 101!!!!!
Oceans clearing greenhouse gases faster than expected...someone needs to contact Al Gore and tell him that science still works. Can we get a return on that Nobel Peace Prize, if necessary, Al?
Taxpayers could be on the hook, AGAIN!!!! When will you learn?
The FACT of the matter is that the 2nd Amendment to our Constitution states quite clearly that "the Right of the People to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." It's also a FACT that the Supreme Court has already stated in their decision Miranda v
In Murdock v.
In Sherer v. Cullen, 481 F 946 "There can be no sanction or penalty imposed upon one because of this exercise of constitutional rights."
In Shuttlesworth v.
With the ruling that the Second Amendment does convey an INDIVIDUAL right to keep and bear arms, prior Supreme Court Rulings make it clear that gun registration and indeed even limits to the kinds of weapons the individual may choose to keep are unconstitutional.
The phrase "well-regulated" was in common use long before 1789, and remained so for a century thereafter. It referred to the property of something being in proper working order. Something that was well-regulated was calibrated correctly, functioning as expected. Establishing government oversight of the people's arms was not only not the intent in using the phrase in the 2nd amendment, it was precisely to render the government powerless to do so that the founders wrote it.
Fortis expects a complete breakdown of the American financial markets within days or weeks. This explains, according to the bank insurer, the series of interventions on Thursday with the aim of strengthening themselves by € 8 billion. "We are ready at the last moment. The
People are using their credit cards to pay for gas and even their mortgages, just trying to hang on until the HIGH-PAYING jobs come back. But the jobs are NEVER COMING BACK. Bush actually gave huge tax credits to corporations to make it easier for them to offshore manufacturing jobs.