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UPDATED: Site Which Exposed Facebook Censorship Gets Hit With 3 days of constant DDoS Attacks After Story Appears on Drudge

What are the odds?  Ever since our inception (we launched SecretsOfTheFed.com in August of this year) we have never been the victim of any effort to disrupt the publics ability to reach our website.  However, yesterday, December 18 2012, that all changed. Anyone who is familiar with Secretsofthefed.com knows that we are constantly posting controversial articles, videos and memes.  Whenever we see corruption ...

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Anti-NDAA Bill Introduced in Nevada

The Bill, sponsored by Nevada State Senator Don Gustavson, will be part of the 2013 Nevada State Legislative session which begins in February. Passage of the Nevada Liberty Preservation Act will demonstrate the Legislature’s commitment to Constitutional Law and Individual Liberty by restoring the right to due process to all persons in Nevada. The 2012 National Defense Authorization Act was overwhelmingly pa ...

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The Shameful Exploitation of Bradley Manning

Keep an American soldier locked up naked in a cage and driven half mad while deprived of all basic rights, and you will be instantly condemned as a barbaric terrorist. Unless the jailer is an authorized agent of the U.S. government, in which case even treatment approaching torture will go largely unnoticed. Certainly if a likable constitutional law professor happens to be president, all such assaults on hum ...

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PLOICE STATE: Britain issues new guidelines on prosecuting offensive online comments

LONDON – People who post offensive messages on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter should face criminal charges only if their comments are harassing or threatening and not simply in bad taste, according to new legal guidelines in Britain that follow a spate of controversial prosecutions. Free-speech advocates here have been alarmed in recent months by a number of incidents in which users of social ...

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Bill of Rights: The Founders’ Vision is Dead and Gone

Editor’s Note: Bill of Rights Day is December 15th. But as Kevin Gutzman points out in this article, originally published December 14, 2009, it’s not a day of celebration. Instead, it should be a day of mourning for the death of decentralized self-government. In 2008, the Supreme Court of the United States decided Kennedy v. Louisiana. In that decision, the Court created a new categorical right to rape a ch ...

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German Law Demands Facebook Pseudonyms Be Allowed

  Facebook’s attitude to user privacy has ruffled feathers in many countries—but particularly in Germany. After recent tussles over facial recognition and user data rights, the social networking website has now been savaged yet again by the country’s officials. The issue this time? Facebook’s refusal to allow users to adopt pseudonyms—described as an “unacceptable” violation of German data protections ...

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War Crimes are War Crimes – Prosecute Bush, Impeach Obama

  Well, it looks like Obama is going to attack Syria with at most token opposition by the national antiwar organizations, as was the case when he “phoned in” the order to bomb the crap out of Libya back on March 19, 2011. After a year’s worth of bloodshed in Libya and simultaneous drum-beating for invading Syria in the same manner, H.Con.Res. 107 was introduced on March 7, 2012 by Rep. Walter Jones (R- ...

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Angry Unions Plan New Offensive After Michigan Defeat

  Blindsided by a new law weakening union rights in Michigan, organized labor is preparing to target Republican governors in politically important states up for re-election in 2014 — part of a renewed offensive against perceived anti-union policies. While unions fared reasonably well nationally last month at the ballot box, their struggle to survive has forced them to spend staggering sums just trying ...

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UPDATED: Site Which Exposed Facebook Censorship Gets Hit With 3 days of constant DDoS Attacks After Story Appears on Drudge

What are the odds?  Ever since our inception (we launched SecretsOfTheFed.com in August of this year) we have never been the victim of any effort to disrupt the publics ability to reach our website.  However, yesterday, December 18 2012, that all changed. Anyone who is familiar with Secretsofthefed.com knows that we are constantly posting controversial articles, videos and memes.  Whenever we see corruption ...

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People Against the NDAA, Tenth Amendment Center, Break Ground in Michigan

  The dedicated efforts of People Against the NDAA (PANDA), the Tenth Amendment Center, and thousands of volunteers paid off in the Michigan Legislature on Friday. Senator Randy Richardville (R-Monroe) - the Senate Majority Leader - told PANDA's Michigan team that the 2013 version of Rep. Tom McMillins' HB 5768 (non-compliance with the indefinite detention provisions of the 2012 NDAA) will be scheduled ...

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