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Green lights eastern and western

As usual, Ron Paul gets it.

Hat tip lewrockwell.com//blog

Photography is not a crime

Great must-visit website

Phtography is not a crime

Big brother on your tail

Big brother on your tail. “Suppose I approached you with a request. I want you to carry a small gadget that will automatically transmit your location to the police, allowing them to track your every movement 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Chances are you would politely decline…”

(via strike-the-root.com.)

2010 Census: Will your answers stay private?

The 2010 Census: Will your answers stay private?, by James Bovard, in March 24, 2010 Christian Science Monitor (via slashdot.org.)

What do WW I Draft-dodgers, Japanese-Americans in 1942, and Arab-Americans in 2003 have in common?

Hint: The U.S. Census fingered them—and gave their information away in every case. How confidential are your census answers? See Census Confidentiality? The Check’s is in the Mail, by David Kopel.

(Tipped off to this from Lew Rockwell mp3 radio interview on the census at lewrockwell.com.)

Big Brother has landed

No, this is not a production from TheOnion.com.

(Via lewrockwell.com blog.)

Photographer films his own anti-terrorism arrest in UK

Taking photographs is “anti-social”? See the video. (Via blacklistednews.com.)

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