Monthly Archives: November 2007

>US to Fingerprint Foreign Vistors But Let Illegal Immigrants Enter Without Visas

>DHS to begin full fingerprint scans for visitors The Homeland Security Department intends to begin scanning all 10 fingerprints for foreign visitors starting Nov. 29 at Dulles International Airport in Virginia, department officials said Tuesday. Foreigners visiting the United States … Continue reading

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>Airport screeners missed bomb parts

>So goes the headline of a lead Yahoo news story. The story continues: WASHINGTON – Government investigators smuggled liquid explosives and detonators past airport security, exposing a dangerous hole in the nation’s ability to keep these forbidden items off of … Continue reading

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>Not My Problem

>There is a saying that keeps wise people out of other people’s troubles: “Not my Problem” or NMP. To say there are many problems in the world today, always has been and always will be, is a gross understatement. The … Continue reading

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>Original Right of Self-defense

>The founding fathers envisioned the several and individual states would be an adequate obstacle to the rise of tyranny by the national, i.e. federal, government. It was their intent – with the right of individual citizens of the various states … Continue reading

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>Waterboarding Was Considered Torture by the Cambodians

>If U.S. attorney general nominee Michael Mukasey needs help in deciding whether waterboarding is torture or not, perhaps he should visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh Cambodia, where these photos were taken. They depict the torture technique, … Continue reading

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