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From Fox News Published September 25, 2013
Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday signed a controversial U.N. treaty on arms regulation, riling U.S. lawmakers who vow the Senate will not ratify the agreement.
As he signed the document, Kerry called the treaty a “significant step” in addressing illegal gun sales, while claiming it would also protect gun rights. . . . Read Complete Report
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John Kerry To Sign U.N. Arms Trade Treaty
Published on Jun 4, 2013
This is Guerrilla Politics commentary on the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty and the fact that Secretary of State John Kerry’s intention to sign it. This treaty has bipartisan opposition in the House and Senate and members of Congress have sent a letter to the Obama Administration stating that it will not be ratified. President Obama is going ahead with the signing of this treaty despite all of the opposition. Please feel free to like, subscribe and comment.
This is typical of our so-called-leaders; they named the package used to take basic freedoms away from Americans “The Patriot Act”.
So, now the law to take away the freedom to be a citizen reporter or start your own site like this one, is being called, “Free Flow of Information Act” which is actually being put in place to STIFLE the free flow of information. Let’s see if this obviously unconstitutional law will stand the trip through our crooked government. . .EDITOR
From youtube uploaded by The Young Turks
Published on Sep 18, 2013
“The fact that the US Senate is now defining what a journalist actually is sets a dangerous precedent threatening the present marketplace of ideas that in recent history has been greatly expanded by the internet.
Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI Archive
Sept. 17, 2013: False Flag Legislation to Turn Free Speech Into a Privilege. (Video Report)
Sept. 16. 2013: Senate Moves Forward on Media Laws; Hayden Calls for Chinese-style Internet (Video Report)
Uploaded by RTAmerica
Published on Dec 27, 2012
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act , or FISA which is a piece of legislations that allows the US government to monitor civilian phonecalls and interraction without a warrant has been up for debate in the Congress. Some congressmen took the turn discussing dangers of the act while another demanded to make it a little more transparent, which was turned down though. The bill hasn’t been well-received by privacy advocates either. RT’s Meghan Lopez has more.
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