#1 Nazi Germany was a totalitarian Big Brother police state that constantly monitored everything that German citizens did.
Today, the bureaucrats that run things in the United States are also absolutely obsessed with constantly trying to monitor us. For example, there are now control freaks that inspect the lunches of preschool students in certain areas of the country in order to make sure that they contain the “right” foods….
A preschooler at West Hoke Elementary School ate three chicken nuggets for lunch Jan. 30 because the school told her the lunch her mother packed was not... Read More
If proof was EVER needed the USA is turning into a police state, well this is it, it CAN’T be denied. Forget left, right,blue, red, this is WRONG. First Amendment: The FCC has cooked up a plan to place “researchers” in U.S. newsrooms, supposedly to learn all about how editorial decisions are made. Any questions as to why the U.S. is falling in the free press rankings?
As if illegal seizures of Associated Press phone records and the shadowy tailing of the mother of a Fox News reporter weren’t menacing enough, the Obama administration is going out of its way to institute a new intrusive... Read More
We must see the game for what it is. If we remain blind to the process, then it’s our own fault for where we find ourselves and where this country ends up. I didn't write what you’re about to read next, but it bares analysis because there must be some understanding of the process before we can effectively change it into something that works. We have been divided on purpose, while the animals run amok in the House and Senate:
“If you start with a cage containing five monkeys and inside the cage, hang a banana on a string from the top and then you place a set of stairs under the banana,... Read More
On Friday, we learned that the U.S. economy added a lower-than-expected 113,000 jobs in January and the “official” unemployment rate had dropped to 6.6% from 6.7% in December.
How can we create so few jobs and have the unemployment rate improve? It’s because the way the government calculates the unemployment rate is skewed. (It gets me outright mad to listen to politicians tell us the jobs market is getting better, when in fact, it’s not.)
The most obvious problem with the government’s way of calculating the unemployment rate is that it excludes people who have given up looking... Read More
The Federal Sentencing Commission has recommended a change to the Sentencing Guidelines that could shorten drug sentences by an average of 11 months. This proposal is yet another indication that lawmakers and policymakers are starting to realize that federal drug penalties are way too long and need to be reigned in.
The Commission's recommendation is not yet in effect. It still has to pass the Commission's approval process and get the thumbs up from Congress -- something that could happen this Spring. Based on the current political climate in Washington, all of this seems possible.... Read More
One of the great injustices of the Maryland state bail system is that it discriminates against the poor. People who are charged with crimes are often held on high bails that they cannot possibly afford. This can happen for even relatively minor criminal allegations. The only way they can get out is by paying a bail bondsman, who may charge an exorbitantly high interest rate. Oftentimes, judges and commissioners, when setting bails, err on the side of caution -- that is, if in doubt, they set a very high bail.
The results of this system can be devastating for families and defendants... Read More
Hawthorne's Mayor Elect Chris Brown Swearing-in Ceremony
Hawthorne-History was made in the City of Hawthorne last month. Citizens elected it's first African American Mayor. Mayor Elect Chris Brown (at age 32) is also the youngest mayor ever elected in the City of Hawthorne.
Thursday, December 5th, Hawthorne Mayor Elect Chris Brown held a public, honorary swearing in ceremony, at the Hawthorne Memorial Center, 3910 West El Segundo Blvd.
The center was beautifully decorated with patriotic red, white and blue ballons, accentuated with some seasonal poinsettas. Several elected... Read More
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