I want to believe Snowden. I want to believe that he really wants us to know. I don’t want to hear about how he might be a plant of some kind, a misdirection, or a dupe. But Wolf raises some awfully good questions…
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Here’s one that the Supreme Court got just right.
This is a beautiful thing to watch.
One more step backward into the abyss of the Therapeutic State by Governor Brown of California. Republicans voted for it overwhelmingly.
The poisonous lies of the SPLC have been picked up and transformed into truth by the US Army. The SPLC is a master at this and will continue to succeed as long as it can continue to delude useful idiots into believing them.
71 years ago today an overzealous general, following unconstitutional orders from his commander-in-chief, started deporting American citizens living in California for the crime of being Japanese.
26 Republicans joined Democrats in voting for this non-binding but important resolution: it’s ok to allow states to extract sales taxes from internet companies even if they aren’t located in the state, thus overriding an important Supreme Court case to the contrary along the way.
American colonists declared that when King George started behaving as a dictator he “unkinged” himself. With his acts he became a dictator and no longer the King.
It’s too soon to rejoice. But that time is coming.
I guess I’ll just have to keep on keeping on. Perhaps someday they’ll notice me. That will be a great day.