I think that there should be a lot more discussion about free speech on the Internet and the expectation (or not) of privacy.
Many in the U.S. soundly decried that actions of China for this type of control. Should it be different if we are the one limiting the access or anonymity?
What do you think?
I just wanted to follow up on this.
We don’t understand the risks and there have not been long-term studies done!
Los Alamos suggesting that the DNA would be impacted at all is cause for alarm itself!
We don’t know how the production of proteins as the mRNA is made from the ‘shaken’ DNA will be impacted. We don’t know if the body will catch any mistakes in the proteins created from the mRNA.
Remember, the CDC doesn’t fully understand the BSE or mad cow disease which is apparently the consequence of a malformed or poorly functioning protein.
If the CDC doesn’t understand the mechanics of how a protein-like agent can be created or occur in nature, how can anyone conclude that the beaming of this radiation (which is what photons are) will not impact protein production in the subject?
Photons are at the quantum mechanics level of intricate and are not fully observable. So, how can the consequences of this acceleration of energy into the subject be confirmed as having NO effect?
We are shooting energy into the travelers without confirming that it is safe with quantifiable results showing that after a number of exposures that there were NO changes in physiology.
More fear and more fear for less individual control with less concern about the individual in the name of the State. That does NOT sound like Democracy!
I am not calling it anything else but wrong and short-sighted.
This sucks and is seemingly against ‘unlawful search’.
Why isn’t anyone losing their mind over this?
Now the TSA can check your genitals.
Why fly anymore?
I don’t mind the check, rub my balls, but damn prisoners don’t get checked like this.
You should be afraid people. Read and look to see what is going on.
Even if Prop. 19 passes, federal drug laws will be vigorously enforced, official says | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times
The Federal Government should not have the legal right to enforce a Federal mandate that has been approved by the residents of any state.
The scope of Congress was to regulate inter-state commerce and not mandate behavior based solely on political whim OVER voter approval in any state. The ‘law’ is titled as “DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND CONTROL” but it doesn’t mention any limitation on the federal authorities to remain solely focused on the inter-state commerce.
I am not for everyone growing pot or smoking it or whatever, but this government of ours is REALLY trampling state’s, and by extension, voter’s rights! I am not highlighting the current administration, this is not a Dem/Rep thing to me.
It is an erosion of our self-determination as voters.
Wake Up People!
Forgive me this one!
I am glad that a thinking man forced Senators to use a different playbook.
It appears from the article that Voinovich traded his vote for the Small Business Aid Bill for a reconsideration of the requirement for expanded 1099 reporting in the Health Care Reform, now law.
It is nice to see Voinovich do this. It is weak to only have them ‘reconsider’ the 1099 issue.
I would assume that the 1099 increased visibility is to spark tax revenues to pay for all of these bailouts and health programs.
So, please reconsider how you are going to pay for all of the ‘stuff’ that you have already max our credit card (budget) on.
I would have said, you get my vote after the amendment for this is fully heard. To keep either ‘side’ from shenanigans.
Just a thought!
Intolerance is intolerable!
The ironic thing is best both sides of any argument seem to be in a race to see who can be more unlike their tenants of faith, faster.
Another wonderful sign of the ‘recovery’.
People once dedicated to saving for the future are taking money out to survive.
I feel it, that awesome recovery.