Archive For The “US Constitution” Category
One of the great disconnects in 2016 was the fact that so many experts thought candidate Donald Trump’s focus on illegal immigration was political suicide. Instead, it’s clear it was a major boost on the way to his election.
Zuckerberg’s comments reflect those of other Silicon Valley bigwigs, including Sam Altman, the president of venture capital firm Y Combinator.
The first and, by far, the greatest reason is this: They do not believe that America is engaged in a civil war, with the survival of America as we know it at stake. While they strongly differ with the Left, they do not regard the left–right battle as an existential battle for preserving our nation. On the other hand, I, and other conservative Trump supporters, do.
Shutting down conservatives has become de rigueur. But now anti-free-speech activists are increasingly turning their ire on free-thinking progressives. Liberals shouldn’t cede the responsibility to defend free speech on college campuses to conservatives. After all, without free speech, what’s liberalism about?
The Divide NYS Caucus several years ago hit on the idea of forming autonomous regions within the state that would be led by their own governors and legislators instead of seeking approval from the Legislature and Congress to form a new state.
“It could be a model for other states, too, to go to the regional-districts method,” said Mr. Bergener, the Divide NYS Caucus chairman. “This way you only need an amendment to your state constitution.”
This is a common feature in modern printers for forensics investigations, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Those tinfoil-wearing, anti-government, paranoid types turned out to be right after all.
The U.S. government says it has direct access to your Facebook accounts, email accounts, and calling services like Skype, and is mining the data even as you read this.
Specifically,, both the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National Security Agency (NSA) have been secretly collecting data on U.S. residents since 2007, according to a leaked document.
Oh, and another little thing… what kind of nut job is Mr. Comey to supposedly hear remarks that constitute a crime, not report them, just write little gossipy notes in his diary with reindeer and hearts on it, and then send the notes to his pals? If he thought he was being tampered with in violation of law, why didn’t he go to law enforcers at once? Why did he wait to release them until he wanted revenge for being fired (in a very crude and awful way)? What kind of Sheriff is that?