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PSO's Deception

PSO vs The People:  Who’s Lying Now?

PSO has claimed: Smart Meters Don’t Collect Personal Data

And yet, on August 15, 2016, the Attorney General’s office sent a letter to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission… 268 more words

Tulsa 9.12

Constitution Memorial Day

Saturday marked the 229th anniversary of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.  It established the United States as the world’s first constitutional republic.  We may be mere months from the end of America’s existence as such.  863 more words


Anchorage officials silent on unconstitutional cell phone tracking device bought by APD

From: KTUU

City officials silent on cell phone tracking device bought by APD

ANCHORAGE (KTUU) The Anchorage Police Department will not say if it using a controversial surveillance device that privacy advocates say might infringe on the public’s constitutional rights. 225 more words

Alaska • ToBeFree

DEA regularly mines Americans' travel records to seize millions in cash

Civilian Asset Forfeiture and the War on Drugs are both cash cows for the domestic police state.

USA Today

WASHINGTON — Federal drug agents regularly mine Americans’ travel information to profile people who might be ferrying money for narcotics traffickers — though they almost never use what they learn to make arrests or build criminal cases. 538 more words

Police State