Category Archive: Beware

Mar 10

More evidence that the FBI used Best Buy “Geek Squad” as a secret surveillance branch

Now there is additional evidence that the FBI used Best Buy’s “Geek Squad” to get around the Fourth Amendment. The FBI needs a warrant to introduce evidence taken from someone’s computer. But by enlisting (and paying) Best Buy’s “Geek Squad” to conduct secret surveillance on unsuspecting customers, the FBI has sought to evade the constraints …

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Dec 09

U.S. Homeland Security tried to hack into Georgia election computers

It is a recurring theme among government trusters that suspicions of election fraud are unfounded. Except that, out of the other side of their mouths, those pushing for expansive government assert that the States’ election computers are vulnerable to “hacking” by foreigners. Thus, Homeland Security should take over the States’ election programming. This year, after …

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Nov 17

No more gleaming government temples

The voters spoke to Gallatin County and Bozeman officials on November 8. But officials apparently didn’t get the message. Read this astounding Bozeman Daly Chronicle story by Eric Dietrich. It seems the government officials are intending to renew their efforts to convince voters to approve their marble-and-gold temple of government power (“law and justice center”). …

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Oct 10

Bank of America issues recession warning

Today every country on earth utilizes central banking to produce its currency. No currency on earth is backed by gold, silver or any other precious metal or commodity. Through the seemingly magical power of central banking, governments can produce ‘goods and services’ beyond their levels of taxation. But now one of the largest commercial banks …

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Aug 30

Be afraid. Homeland Security to Take over Elections

Be afraid. Be very afraid. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has announced that it will take jurisdiction over the U.S. election system. Elections, declared the Department, are “critical infrastructure.” Upon the ruse, er. , . . justification of protecting elections from foreign hackers, the Department has announced it intends to oversee U.S. elections. See …

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Aug 30

The 15-Year “National Emergency”

U.S. President Obama has officially extended the national emergency that was declared after 9/11/2001: “Because the terrorist threat continues, the national emergency declared on September 14, 2001, and the powers and authorities adopted to deal with that emergency must continue in effect beyond September 14, 2016.” Few Americans are aware of how many ongoing “national …

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Aug 27

Government cracks down on private rescuers in Louisiana floods

During Hurricane Katrina, government troops erected roadblocks to keep out (private sector) rescuers. Government agencies wanted credit for any rescues. Entire trucks filled with needed supplies, such as Wal-Mart semis carrying bottled water to the Hurricane victims, were turned away. Government agents wanted to deliver water to the victims (albeit a few days later and …

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Aug 14

Baltimore Police totally ignore 4th amendment restrictions

After months of urban rioting and complaints in Baltimore, the U.S. Justice Department commissioned a report into police practices there. The results show a tyrannical local government, drunk on power and gorged on money, openly defying constitutional limits regarding searches and seizures. The report found that in Baltimore, police routinely stop people on the street …

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Aug 08

South American Socialism has destroyed the environment

Professor Thomas Dilorenzo of Loyola University of Maryland writes about the way that socialism destroyed the environment of the old Soviet Bloc: The world learned that the socialist countries dumped untreated sewage into their rivers, streams, and lakes for decades; the Volga River in Russia was so polluted that boat were equipped with signs warning …

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Aug 06

Increasingly, government “services” are security checkpoints for the police state

Interesting essay by L. Reichard White on It seems that police departments are increasingly using the admissions counters at clinics and hospitals as warrant/security/background check stations. When people enter government hospitals for “care,” they must first show ID, provide Social Security numbers and identify themselves. A front counter person punches the information into an …

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