Alex Jones reports that Congress has passed anti-freedom legislation which would make blogs like this one register as “lobbyists” with the government. That, and Manchurian Candidate John McCain wants to fine us $300,000 for anything the regime finds offensive. After that, see
Justin Raimondo at Antiwar.com
is rallying support for US House Joint Resolution 14, a binding resolution that forbids the President from ordering an attack on Iran absent military action against U.S. forces, or a demonstrably imminent threat of attack.
At Rad Geek People’s Daily, Charles
Johnson talks about how US opium eradication in Afghanistan is causing a rise in young girls being sold into slavery by their families.
In a case of absurd over-reaction, besides tasering and arresting a smoker who wouldn’t put out his cigarette at a bus stop the cops “also contacted the Armenian Consulate in Washington, D.C., and notified the Joint Terrorism Task Force” . (via Lew Rockwell Blog).
Oh yeah, and as if that wasn’t enough, there’s video of US troops taunting a crippled dog in Iraq. Aren’t you looking forward to these guys being our militarized police and prison (camp) guards back home? I know I am.
UPDATE: Brad at Wendy McElroy’s blog says the provision that makes bloggers lobbyists was stripped out of the bill that passed…that probably means they will be re-introducing it in other bills, so let’s keep an eye on it.