Tag Archive: Non-Compliance


More on the man shot in his driveway while looking to have a smoke .

FBI’s Latest Proposal For A Wiretap-Ready Internet Should Be Trashed

 

 

 

” The FBI has some strange ideas about how to “update” federal surveillance laws: They’re calling for legislation to penalize online services that provide users with too much security.

I’m not kidding. The proposal was revealed in The Washington Post last week — and a couple days ago, a front-page story in The New York Times reported the Obama administration is preparing to back it.

Why? Federal law enforcement agencies like the FBI have long feared their wiretap capabilities would begin “going dark” as criminals and terrorists — along with ordinary citizens — shift from telephone networks, which are required to be wiretap-ready under the 1994 Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), to the dizzying array of online communications platforms available today.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tempers Flare at Fiery Meeting – New York State Resistance

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Clarence NY Town Hall

 

 

” Clarence, NY (WKBW) – A question and answer session on New York’s new gun law turned testy, as gun owners unleash a fury of anger on the new legislation.

Frustration boiled over for people who feel as though they are law abiding citizens, being turned into criminals.

For many, it was a chance to vent anger at Albany.

One WNYer even said “You put a brown shirt on Mr. Cuomo and put him on television, he would look just like Hitler.”

Another chimed in, “Angry people get together, they form militias folks. This country, this WNY is prime for something like that!”

 

 

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Half of U.S. States Refuse Insurance
Exchanges, Pose Threat to Obamacare

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” The Daily Caller has published a report that suggests that Obamacare is under serious threat, due to half of states refusing
to establish healthcare exchanges. The article suggests a pressure point for the massive healthcare program that could send the legislation back to the Supreme
Court. “