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Infowars | Infowars news on the NDAA dention bill being signed into law.
WSJ | A pattern of governance has emerged in Washington that departs substantially from that envisaged in our Constitution. Under our basic concept of governance: (1) a president and vice president are elected; and (2) the departments of government are staffed by constitutional officers including secretaries, undersecretaries, assistant secretaries and others who are nominated by the president and confirmed for service by the consent of the Senate. They are publicly accountable and may be called to testify under oath about their activities.
Wake the Church | Have you ever wondered which broad general law Americans are under? Some people answer this question by saying they are under statues/laws passed by Congress, State legislatures and cities and counties, or perhaps interpretations of laws by courts. If you are a Christian you would likely answer the question by saying that you are obligated to follow God's laws the moral laws called the ten commandments and the two great laws that Jesus gave commanding us to love God and our neighbor. However, all of us as Americans have also consented to be bound knowing or unknowingly by many private contracts that we have been placed under by our parents or that we have voluntarily entered into as adults.
Politico | The 29-year-old daughter of President George W. Bush announces in a web video posted late Monday that she supports same-sex marriage. “I’m Barbara Bush and I’m a New Yorker for marriage equality,” she says. “New York is about fairness and equality. And everyone should have the right to marry the person that they love.”
Infowars.com | The Obama administration is busy attempting to pass legislation that would give the President a kill switch for the Internet in the United States while at the same time decrying Egyptian authorities for shutting down the Internet in a bid to deflate the unfolding revolution against Hosni Mubarak. The reason is simple – the government fears an Egypt-style revolt occurring in the U.S. and wants to block access to the world wide web if and when it happens.