Kicks 4 Guns – Turn in your guns, no questions asked (Central Florida)

(CFNews13) – A huge effort to collect unwanted and dangerous guns kicks off Friday morning across Central Florida.

The Kicks 4 Guns event allows anyone to turn in any firearm, no questions asked, in exchange to shoes or a gift certificate. Continue reading

Video: The Government Wants To Own The Internet and Turn It Off At Will – Jack Cafferty

(CNNCaffertyFile) – US Senate committee has approved a bill that apparently gives the President authority to shut down the Internet. According to TechWorld.com, “A US Senate committee has approved a wide-ranging cybersecurity bill that some critics have suggested would give the US president the authority to shut down parts of the Internet during a cyberattack.”

The report continues by saying, “The bill, introduced earlier this month [by Senators Joe Lieberman, I-Connecticut, Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Thomas Carper, D-Delaware], would establish a White House Office for Cyberspace Policy and a National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications, which would work with private US companies to create cybersecurity requirements for the electric grid, telecommunications networks and other critical infrastructure.” Continue reading

Obama Internet ‘kill switch’ plan approved by US Senate committee

Obama Internet ‘kill switch’ plan approved by US Senate committee –President could get power to turn off Internet 25 Jun 10 A US Senate committee has approved a wide-ranging cybersecurity bill that some critics have suggested would give the US president the authority to shut down parts of the Internet during a cyberattack [or during the next US false flag]. The committee unanimously approved an amended version of the legislation by voice vote Thursday, a committee spokeswoman said. The bill next moves to the Senate floor for a vote, which has not yet been scheduled.

MSM: Circulation drops at U.S. newspapers as readers turn to online news sources

(LATimes) – The average circulation at about 400 daily newspapers falls more than 10% in the last six months as compared to a year ago. Smaller newspapers fare better. Continue reading