Could There be a Worse Time for a “Don’t Film Cops” Bill? (Nanny of the Month, March ‘15)

 

Reason TV’s ‘Nanny of the Month’: February 2014

 

John Stossel – New Tactics Of The Police State

I am a huge fan of Julian Sanchez.

 

Nanny of the Month: September 2013

Overcriminilization

Think about it – there are now so many laws and regulations which carry a criminal penalty (in the US, as per the video below, but elsewhere, too) that the federal government bureaucrats say they don’t have enough manpower to list them all in a central database where citizens could easily access them.  The obvious implication of this is that most citizens are not aware of what the laws they live under and thus may infringe them many times a day without being aware of it.  (This is the topic of the video below.)

But, take it a step further:  consider the widespread supervision of the government of each and every citizen….now, it is clear that it is not a tinfoil-hat-conspiracy-talk, but reality we are living every day.

Then, remember how top bureaucrats are implicated in directing other bureaucrats to target the Obama regime’s political opponents.  So far, only the IRS department is implicated, but it would be highly naive to think this form of corruption is limited to only one department.

So, if you want to target a person disliked by the Obama regime, you just have to pull up all the records of their activities, compare them to obscure criminal regulations and voila, your political opponent gets sent to jail for a criminal misconduct….no need for ‘political prisoners’.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how the game is played!

 

 

A ‘Least Untruthful’ Statement to Congress (Julian Sanchez)

 

US Supreme Court: the police can collect your DNA without a warrant

Warrantless DNA collection is now a reality in the USA, as per the US Supreme Court.

In a State that, with the coming of Obamacare, how long do you think it will take before the police and medical files are linked?

And in an increasingly broke state, how long do you think it will take before medical treatment is rationed – and denied to people with genetic markers for specific diseases, even if they are disease-free, simply because it would be a ‘risky’ investment for The State to make?