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Congress Pushes Bill To Create Internet Kill Switch

RWELL LIVES! EVEN AS EGYPT'S GOVERNMENT attempts to crackdown on street protests by shutting down internet and mobile phone services, the US is preparing to reintroduce a bill that could be used to shut down the Internet, a kill switch. The legislation, which would grant presidential powers to seize control of and even shut down the internet, would soon be reintroduced to a Senate committee, Wired.com reported. It was initially introduced last year but expired with a new Congress. The proposed legislation, introduced into the US Senate by independent senator Joe Lieberman, who is chairman of the US Homeland Security...

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President Obama's New Best Friends

AS WE ABSORB THE SECRETS OF TREASON we continue to witness, some in this nation have begun to wonder how long until talk of impeachment moves from the shadows of a stunned but still alert public onto the floor of the newly invigorated House of Representatives now that Barack Obama has publically endorsed a role for the Muslim Brotherhood in a new, post-Mubarak government for Egypt. Rumors, and rumors of those rumors can be found in the secondary media. This should come as no surprise. Mr. Obama has behaved consistently all along, from his refusal to back the protesters in...


Sarah Palin's Buoyant March To Washington

MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO former Republican Party VP candidate, Sarah Palin, is a recent YouTube sensation. The video went viral Monday, burning up Twitter and popping up on various news and entertainment websites. The tribute song is set to the tune of the famous Civil War-era 'Battle Hymn of the Republic.' According to credits posted on YouTube, the song was written by Tom Dempsey and sung by Gary Mcvay. The song is an anthem to Sarah Palin in particular, and the Tea Party in general, although the song is not officially affiliated with Gov. Palin nor her organization in any way....


Congressman Allen West's Presidential Timbre

NOW THAT COLONEL ALLEN WEST has been elected to the US Congress from Florida, and today, being appointed to the House Armed Services Committee, we can look forward to progress on these important matters before us. Thank God for Colonel West, America now has an insider who KNOWS his stuff.


Considerations On Such Height

nd then there were none. Well, there is still the dazed and confused Taliban-loving Patti Smith, strutting her prayer rug into the clouds of another piston in effort of the poor devils groveling at her feet. But after Ginsberg and Burroughs left the beat in the late 90s, and Corso ducked behind the curtain in 2001, Jim Carroll was damn near the final nail in the famous and infamous Beat Generation tool shed annex to fade to rust. Carroll contributed an untitled poem to the pages of Rolling Stone at the height of his rock and roll stardom: It’s sad...