Congress Seeks To Establish George Orwell’s “Ministry of Truth”
Posted with the permission of KrisAnne Hall Congress Seeks To Establish Ministry of Truth By KrisAnne Hall http://www.KrisAnneHall.com May 22, 2012 Once again, the National Defense Authorization Act is used as a Trojan horse to unload a dangerous threat on America. This time it is offered up in an amendment sponsored by Representative Thornberry from Texas and it’s called Dissemination of Information Abroad. This bill has also been referred | Read More »
NDAA Dangers Exposed by Constitutional Attorney KrisAnne Hall
Constitutional attorney, KrisAnne Hall, explains the dangers of NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act). This is a must see video! Sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) has caused a great deal of controversy. Congressmen all over the nation have defended their vote in favor of these sections in spite of the criticism that these sections allow the President to detain US | Read More »
Post 9-11 – World of Fear – Living on Edge!
A little rag tag group of not more than nineteen airplane hijackers, directed by one evil mastermind from a remote cave in north eastern Afghanistan, terrorized America on September 11, 2001 and literally sent shock waves through the world community that reverberated all the way from New York to Bombay and back! These shock waves set off a scare that hijacked the whole world, and has | Read More »
The Newt Show! Romney Exposed on 2nd Amendment!
Everyone this morning is talking about how good the Republican debate was last night. It was a good debate and had several memorable moments. Here is my take of what happened and who came out on top. 1) Newt Gingrich clearly won the debate. He probably has won all the debates though so that is not new. But he seemed to win this one by | Read More »
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Conservatives must oppose detaining U.S. citizens without trial.
The National Defense Authorization Act would give POTUS the ability to detain American citizens within our borders without trial. As long as a citizen is deemed to be a “terrorist” the U.S. military can detain you indefinitely without trial on our soil. It is known as provision 1031. Since 1878, when Congress passed the Posse Comitatus Act, the U.S. military has not been authorized to | Read More »