Obama starts Cracking Down on Food Co-op’s!

A New York based food co-op is looking into ending it’s well-known, volunteer-based model over concerns it leaves them open to federal complaints, according to reports Sunday. Federal agencies have moved to redefined employment under President Barack Obama. The definition has grown to include workers who were not traditionally considered employees. Some members at Honest Weight Food Co-Op are concerned the widening definition puts their business model at risk of federal scrutiny. Food co-ops Read more […]

Can we Repeal the Spying Measures Embedded in the Omnibus Bill?

  Conservative Congressman Justin Amash (R-MI) has been fighting for our liberty since the day he entered Congress. His most difficult battles have been against his own party’s decision to support unconstitutional government spying on innocent Americans in the name of “protecting” us from the terrorists. Recently, Amash has been forced back onto the warpath after Congress decided to pass the horrible Omnibus Bill funding many of the most egregious liberal hobby horses around (like Planned Read more […]

Senator Rand Paul “Appalled” by NSA Surveillance of Congress Members

No pun intended, I’m sure. Senator and presidential candidate Rand Paul said that he was “appalled” by the NSA’s surveillance of not just U.S. members of congress, but also Jewish-American groups and Israeli leaders. Some Paul critics are “appalled” that Paul is appalled over this, saying that he must think members of Congress are “above the law” and should be exempt from widespread surveillance that the NSA implements on all other Americans. Rand Paul has always been opposed Read more […]

Donald Trump Wants to do What with American Muslims?

So in another Twilight Zone episode of history repeating itself, Donald Trump is not ruling out tagging, logging, and tracking every Muslim in the US just in case one might be a terrorist: “Some people are going to be upset about it, but I think that now everybody is feeling that security is going to rule,” Trump said. “Certain things will be done that we never thought would happen in this country in terms of information and learning about the enemy,” he added. “We’re going to have Read more […]

Rand Paul Gets “Real” on Government Surveillance

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) got “real” with the media earlier this week when he shot down any suggestion that the latest terrorist attacks on Paris might be reason to expand the surveillance state. He left no doubt about how he felt about the notion. So when they stand up on television and say, the tragedy in Paris means you have to give up your liberty, we need more phone surveillance. Bull Shit. Are you allowed to use profanity? Are we in the free speech zone? They are collecting your Read more […]

Chris Christie Thinks the 4th Amendment is “Ridiculous”?

During the sound bite contest presidential debate, Chris Christie was asked about Rand Paul’s position on the NSA’s surveillance programs. “Do you really believe you can assign blame to Senator Paul just for opposing the people’s bulk collection of phone records in the event of a terrorist attack?” moderator Megyn Kelly asked. Christie had commented just last month that Senator Paul “should be in front of hearings in front of Congress if there’s another attack.” Oh, brother. Read more […]

TSA Let Explosives Go through Security but Seize Traveler’s $75,000

It was reported recently that undercover federal agents tested the TSA’s security protocols by trying to get through (inert) explosives, weapons, and other contraband. Apparently, these undercover agents were successful about 95% of the time in getting these items passed security. That success pointed out the extreme failure of the TSA’s security protocols. But when there’s cash involved, they’re quick to find it, confiscate it, and announce it to the social media world, together with Read more […]

EPA to Monitor Colorado Residents’ Water Usage

Recently, we reported about how the EPA wanted to monitor hotel guests’ shower habits in an attempt to “modify” people’s behavior. Leave it to them to decide how long is “too long” for a person to take a shower. Unless you’re one of those people who takes a shower once a month whether you need to or not, the EPA thinks you should cut down your shower time by at least a minute. Apparently, this is such a big deal that they’ve done studies to find out how long the average shower is. Read more […]

Senate Bill Gives $60 Million to CDC to Study “Epidemic of Gun Violence”

I didn’t know that “gun violence” was a disease. Liberals are always redefining things. Marriage has been redefined so that it is no longer just between a man and a woman. Science has been redefined so that it is now something that is determined by a consensus of politically connected scientists. And now disease has been redefined to include things such as “gun violence.” Gun violence is now not only a disease; it’s an epidemic. Even our new Surgeon General had declared it a “public Read more […]

New Thync Device Gets You Excited or Puts You to Sleep on Command

A new wearable device called Thync will allow users to zap their brains into whatever general state the user desires, excitement or drowsiness: Thync costs $299 and has just been released to the public. It provides “calm or energy on demand”, the company says, by using “neurosignalling” to activate nerves and change people’s state of mind. The Thync looks like a small, white plastic triangle that is placed on the forehead. It’s then fed with “Vibes” — specially-formulated zaps Read more […]

White House Afraid to Say Whether Patriot Act Actually Does Any Good

I remember during the dreaded “sequester,” government officials and media personalities were saying that planes were going to fall out of the sky, people were going to be eating diseased meat products because government meat inspectors would be put on leave, and we were going to sustain another terrorist attack because the Defense Department was “shutting down.” Of course, none of that happened, but the Obama administration tried its best to make things as uncomfortable as possible in order Read more […]

Senate Fails to Reauthorize the Patriot Act – NSA Spying Over?

The Senate blocked reauthorization of the Patriot Act early Saturday, and left for Memorial Day recess without a clear plan to reauthorize the bill before it expires May 31. Senators rejected both a two-month extension of the bill the National Security Agency uses to justify its bulk collection of phone data, and a reform bill that would make phone companies responsible for keeping the data. The House overwhelmingly passed the reform bill, the USA Freedom Act, and won’t be back in session Read more […]