Monthly Archives: October 2011

Repercussions sprouting in the onion fields.

I caught a program on P.B.S. last night (Tuesday, Oct 18th) which dealt with the Secure Communities Act, designed to catch undocumented immigrants who had committed serious crimes by fingerprinting all those who enter into jails equipped to cross-check prints … Continue reading

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Help Kill the Beast!

Bank of America allowed some scumbag to steal my money! It started July, 24th, 2008 when my Online Banking Service alerted me to the fact that my profile – mail address, email address etc. – had been modified. BofA’s Customer … Continue reading

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You’re only bitching because it’s your turn, now!

Occasionally, my browsing leads me along meandering byways to blog sites. Libertarian, by nature and conviction, I tend to read anti-war, anti-corporate, minimal government authors, like this, this, this and this, while for a constitutional lawyer’s opinion of the lawlessness … Continue reading

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“Liar! Liar! Actuators on fire!”

This article, published at TomDispatch.com, deals with the dangerous turn of events in the so-called ‘War on Terror’ and the dangers of deploying drone aircraft across the globe. Oddly enough, I wrote a fictional story about this subject on my … Continue reading

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