Corporate feeders introduce internet censorship bill

A handful of corporate hardliners in the Senate is introducing a “resolution of disapproval” that would give phone and cable companies unrestricted power over the Internet. We need your help to ensure your senators don’t support this free speech-killing resolution.

The resolution would destroy existing Net Neutrality protections and strip the FCC of its authority to protect Internet users from carriers that seek to block our right to speak freely, connect with one another and share information on the Internet.

It’s time for us to mobilize to protect the open Internet. Enter your zip code, pick up the phone and urge your senators to stand up for Net Neutrality and reject this resolution of disapproval.

Owning our Airwaves: Michael Copps


California Governor Signs Vaccination without Parental Consent Bill

It can’t be more in your face.  The state is taking ownership of the children.  Of course it’s  being done “for their own good” like all child abuse, domestic or state-sponsored.  Except most parents have a built-in desire to promote their children’s welfare.   The state on the other hand, has a larger agenda, which certainly includes social control and population control.


Federal Reserve is a Cache of Stolen Assets

“The American Revolution, in no small part, was a repudiation of the central banking tyranny exported to the New World by the Bank of England. Few legacies have grown more despotic than the consequences of living under the rule of fractional reserve banking. Many good willed conservatives understand that the system is imploding. Some envision a second American Revolution that expels the remnant Tories that have hijacked our Federalism separation of powers form of government. Woefully, the prospects for a States Rights revolt are slim. However, the scenario of a domestic French Revolution style carnage is brewing with every escalation of the pompous arrogance worthy of a Jean-Joseph, marquis de Laborde or the manipulative usury of the House of Rothschild.”

Transparency in all things