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Big Sis Doesn’t Answer

Concerning the large number of bullets that the DHS has purchased over the last year — “Congressman Timothy Huelscamp revealed this week that the Department of Homeland Security has refused to answer questions from “multiple” members of Congress regarding its … Continue reading

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Rand Paul Filibuster – The Discussion Isn’t Over

Senator Paul asked “Are we so afraid of terrorism that we’re willing to just throw out our rights and our freedoms?” Apparently, there are many members of congress and constituents who answer “yes” to that question. Rand Paul’s filibuster was … Continue reading

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To Tell The Truth

When Eric Holder finally clarified, in a letter to Sen. Rand Paul, that the president does not have “the authority to use a weaponized drone to kill an American not engaged in combat on U.S. soil”, some breathed a sigh … Continue reading

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Senator Paul Filibusters For Justice

Tonight Senator Rand Paul is filibustering on the Senate floor to bring national focus to the Obama administration’s policy that claims the executive right to kill American citizens on US soil without trial and without proof.  The policy makes one … Continue reading

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M-day Passed Quietly By

World War II was exploding on the European continent in the year run up to the 1940 US Presidential election. The isolationist, non-interventionist mindset, still strong since WWI, became more of an election issue as the war moved to the … Continue reading

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Two Narratives — Heros and Helplessness

I read this post, The Joy of Dadhood, on Nate’s blog several years ago. I remembered it, not just because it was funny, but because of the narrative that Nate is telling into his children’s lives. So an otherwise quiet morning … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity Incomplete

President Obama’s executive order on cybersecurity appears to get a start on building the framework for sharing intelligence between private industry and government in order to prevent loss of critical infrastructure by cyber attack, Zach Whittiker of ZDNet explains. While … Continue reading

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