Hey this is what the Progressives and George Soros want "Open Borders' so as long as you are here during election time (longer is better you get to vote more times) you should be able to vote with no ID or restrictions.
In addition to being an operations management professional, I am also a lover and believer of and in freedom and free markets. As such, I was shocked to see that residents of the financial district in NYC were suing to stop a Denny’s restaurant from moving in. 323 more words
Diane Ravitch posted the following commentary on New York Governor Cuomo on her blog: http://dianeravitch.net/2014/10/28/cuomo-promises-more-charter-schools-tougher-teacher-evaluations-after-election/. Her posting references a New York Daily News article entitled “Cuomo will push new teacher evaluations, vows to bust school ‘monopoly’ if re-elected” … 155 more words
This has been an interesting story since it first surfaced in May of 2013. Sharyl has been tight lipped since she announced knowing who had bugged her back in June of 2013. 339 more words
As a former US Army Captain and Greet Beret (WIA Nam '67) I understand National Security better than most. My "expert" opinion (I have multiple degrees and studied political Philosophy) is that that the biggest threat to our constitution and our way of life is the uncontrolled spying on American citizens which were authorized by the Patriot Act and wording added in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Edward Snowden was right in what he did to warn us and I consider him a Patriot for that act. What the NAS is doing is the biggest threat to our liberty that there is today not the ISIS or Ebola or a president that only play golf. Benjamin Franklin is quoted as saying ... Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
FEC vice chair Ann Ravel (D) wants to regulate internet ads: “A reexamination of the commission’s approach to the internet and other emerging technologies is long overdue.” 145 more words
The only surprise here is that its taken them this long to get to the point that they can do this. I would guess by 2016 they will be a lot more regulations on what you can say --- the First amendment is now in practice gone!