Police State

(Independent) – Coalition reneges on pledge to scrap central NHS database

To the anger of civil liberties campaigners, ministers have announced that the coalition will push ahead with the controversial Summary Care Record (SCR) database introduced by the Labour government, despite fears that it will expose private medical data to insurance firms and intrude on patients’ privacy. Read More Here

(Telegraph) – Only a totalitarian state disarms law-abiding citizens: we want no more oppressive gun laws

You could not look for a better encapsulation of the mentality of the state-worshipping ruling elite than the claim by Sir Ian Blair, former disastrous Metropolitan Police Commissioner and newly-appointed peer (nothing succeeds like failure), writing in The Guardian on the topic of gun control: “The possession of a firearm is a privilege, not, except in a few cases, a necessity.” Read More Here

(LondonTelegraph) – Brain scans ‘could be used to snoop on thoughts’

The use of brain scanners must be regulated in order to prevent them being used to invade privacy and threaten civil liberties, a legal expert has warned.

Researchers have concerns that brain scans – already used in some death row trials in the US – could be used by British police to determine whether a suspect is lying, or has planned a crime they have yet to commit. Read More Here

(DailyStar) – Green Police To Search Trash, Fine Offenders

BIN police are planning to fine people £1,000 if they fail to ­recycle their ­rubbish. Read More Here

(UKDailyMail) – Every Google search to be logged and saved for two years under new Euro MP plan

‘Written Declaration 29′ is intended to be used as an early warning system to stop paedophiles by logging what they look for using search engines.

But civil liberty groups have hit out at the proposal which they say is a ‘completely unjustifiable’ intrusion into citizens’ privacy. Read More Here

Video: Political Prisoner Richard Fine Jailed 14 Months Without Charge of a Crime

(CNN) – Once a dapper Beverly Hills attorney known for his bow tie, Richard Fine has been held in solitary confinement at Los Angeles County Men’s Central Jail for 14 months, even though he’s never been charged with a crime. Video Link Here

Video: Epic Corruption and the Whistle-blower

(Infowars) – The U.S. Supreme Court will be holding a private conference hearing on Friday, April 23rd 2010, to determine whether to hold a full court hearing on corruption charges within the Los Angeles County government for illegally imprisoning attorney Richard Fine. A rally to acknowledge the U.S. Supreme Court hearing will be held at the L.A. Superior Court building at 8 am Tuesday April 20th, by supporters of Richard Fine’s release from illegal imprisonment. Mainstream media has avoided any mention of this epic corruption scandal, despite its significance, and now it is on its way to the the Supreme Court.

Richard Fine, who holds a PhD in international law and served as an anti-trust prosecutor at the Department of Justice in Washington D.C., has been in jail in the L.A. County Jail for over a year in solitary confinement. He never had a trial, there has been no conviction, nor any sentence to keep him there. Sheriff LeRoy Baca claims he does not know why Fine is in jail, yet he keeps him there and failed to answer Fine’s Writ of Habeas Corpus. Baca refused to allow a filmed interview with Fine until Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit on behalf of Full Disclosure Network, and then, out of the blue, he “changed his mind” and granted a filmed interview with them! View Video Here

No joke: South Carolina now requires ’subversives’ to register

(RawStory) – February 5, 2010 – Terrorists who want to overthrow the United States government must now register with South Carolina’s Secretary of State and declare their intentions — or face a $25,000 fine and up to 10 years in prison. Continue reading

Think Government Is Corrupt? You May Face 10 Years In Jail

(PaulWatson) – Subversives who think government is corrupt and should be controlled by the people face 10 years in prison and a $25,000 dollar fine if they fail to register with authorities in South Carolina, in another chilling example of how free speech and dissent is being criminalized in America. Continue reading

Virginia Senate Passes Health Care Freedom Act

(TenthAmendmentCenter) – Breaking: Today the Virginia State Senate passed Senate Bill 283 (SB283) by a vote of 23-17.

Provides that a resident of the Commonwealth shall not be required to obtain or maintain a policy of individual insurance coverage. This applies regardless of whether the person has or is eligible for health insurance coverage under any policy or program provided by or through his employer or a plan sponsored by the Commonwealth or the federal government. The measure also states that no provision of Title 38.2 renders a resident liable for any penalty, assessment, fee, or fine as a result his failure to procure or obtain health insurance coverage.

Also passed today is SB310 and SB417, both of which provide “that a resident of the Commonwealth shall not be required to obtain or maintain a policy of individual insurance coverage.”
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Americans threatened with jail time, huge fines for refusing to buy health insurance

(NaturalNews) – There’s a popular video circulating on the ‘net right now about how to escape handcuffs without using a key. Americans are watching the video to bone up on essential skills that will soon be needed for health care reform, it seems, since the new laws that are about to be put in place call for Americans to be arrested and thrown in jail if they refuse to buy health insurance. Continue reading

Internet Will Become “Paid System” Within “Five Years”

The days of the free Internet will draw to a close over the next five years, according to the chairman and chief executive of IAC, the interactive services company which operates a collection of more than 30 Internet sites which produce $1.5 billion a year in revenue. Continue reading

Guilty of Being Poor

The jailers of the 19th century – even in the pre-Civil War South – largely abandoned the practice of imprisoning people for falling into debt as counterproductive and ultimately barbaric. In the 1970s and ’80s, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed that incarcerating people who can’t pay fines because of poverty violates the U.S. Constitution. Continue reading

Fed Said to Order Banks to Stay Mum on ‘Stress Test’ Results

(Bloomberg) – The U.S. Federal Reserve has told Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Citigroup Inc. and other banks to keep mum on the results of “stress tests” that will gauge their ability to weather the recession, people familiar with the matter said. Continue reading

Anti-Loitering Bill Called Unconstitutional

A bill criminalizing gatherings of more than two people in DC is drawing outrage and opposition from community and labor activists, as well as civil rights advocates. “This is a clear and blatant violation of the Constitutionally-guaranteed right of the American people to assemble,” Continue reading

Looks Like The Gun Grab Is Real..

To my gun owning friends,

All the things you are about to read below are not B.S.  They are 100% true.  Immediately following and in the attachment is a link to the actual HR bill.  For those who do not have Internet access I have copied the bill into a Word document.  Lost in the Word document are hyper links, within the bill, that provide definitions and explanations.   So, if you have access, go to the actual Bill at the link immediately following my comments.

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