Archive For The “US Constitution” Category
“Trump supports the First Step Act, a bipartisan prison reform bill which passed the House in May. It would provide $250 million over 5 years to beef up education, vocational training and rehabilitation programs within the federal prison system.
“Julie Novkov, also the chairwoman of the political science department at the State University of New York at Albany, said that Mr. Trump’s supporters whom she calls “overt racists” smoldering with “white racial resentment,” will “provoke violence” when he leaves office no matter the circumstances.”
“It’s time to amend the Constitution and abolish the presidency.”
“It also came after Hizzoner appeared on national TV Sunday to proclaim, “I believe in a free, strong media with diverse views — I’ll defend it with all I’ve got.””
DNA lasts forever….
“State police conducted the pilot program with Q-tips, swabbing saliva from about 170 people who volunteered to open their mouths along roadside sobriety checkpoints and at an unnamed local drug treatment facility from April 2016 to December 2017, state police spokesman David Procopio said.”
“Gab isn’t the only company suffering from Big Tech censorship. Freestartr, a free speech crowdfunding site, is still shut down after losing its payment processor for similar reasons. According to founder Charles Johnson, Wells Fargo is behind the shuttering of conservative sites like his because the bank uses the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate group” lists to discriminate against the people the SPLC tells them to. The SPLC’s lists have already gotten people shot. Wells Fargo has not responded to attempts to contact them.”
“The revolution is happening in the most unlikely of places. The resistance ― the true resistance ― is not coming from the Democratic Party or from the liberal establishment. I can’t reveal too much right now, but there is a real insurgency taking place.”
“Potential Policy Proposals for Regulation of Social Media and Technology Firms” penned by Sen. Mark Warner calls for geo-location metadata and positive identification of all social media users (but obviously not voters in an election).
“I wanted to use a visual aid in a speech I was preparing on cryptography, but I realized to do so would be a mistake. Because my audience might have included foreign citizens, showing the visual aid could have made me an unlicensed munitions exporter — subject to as much as $1,000,000 in fines and up to ten years in jail under United States law. This was not a fair gamble when the speech would have earned me only a free lunch.
The visual aid was a T-shirt.”