Biometrics
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Arizona Citizens Tracked In Facial Recognition Database In First Step For REAL ID Implementation

Source: Activist Post November 4, 2017 By Aaron Kesel Arizona citizens are now in a government database that uses facial recognition technology to track them simply for getting a driver’s license. This allows federal and local law enforcement to use the “perpetual lineup” of suspects not accused of a crime to …

Police State

Cops Shoot So Many People, New State Regs Teach Drivers ‘How NOT To Get Shot By Police’

The Free Thought Project By Rachel Blevins Driver’s manuals in Arizona will now include a section detailing “how not to get shot by police” during traffic stops, which is specifically aimed at armed drivers in the wake of the shooting that killed Philando Castile. Driver’s manuals in Arizona will now …

News/Commentary

Reality Zone Unfiltered News 2011 February 12-18

Wisconsin: Protestors take control of the state capitol, and 14 Democrat Senators flee the state to prevent the legislature from functioning. The issue behind this is that the Governor introduced a bill (supported by the Republican majority) to balance the budget by requiring state employees to pay a larger share …

News/Commentary

Between the Lines News Brief

The Giffords Shooting Changes Nothing Generally, when one is in the midst of national tragedy, unspoken but expected rules of social conduct tend to take effect. These rules require us to engage in a chorus of collective theater in which every person must act out their best teary-eyed monologue. We …

News/Commentary

Reality Zone Unfiltered News 2011 January 8-14

JP Morgan-Chase bank says its net income jumped 47% in the fourth quarter of 2010, and that executive salaries in their home-loan division tripled from $549 million to $1.8 billion since last year. CEO Jamie Dimon says that hurdles are high for investors who want to force banks to buy …

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Reality Zone Unfiltered News 2010 October 30-November 5

UN criticizes U.S. for human-rights violations. Ironically, the most vocal critics are from nations with the worst record on human rights. The criticism is based on statements contained in a report submitted to the UN last year by President Obama. This is preparing the way for the U.S. eventually to …

News/Commentary
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Reality Zone Unfiltered News 2010 September 18-24

Hornet’s nest of contention: In last week’s issue, we linked to a story relating to President Obama’s Executive Order #13544 that established a vastly expanded federal health-care bureaucracy. Now we are making a retraction – of sorts. Click here for the story behind the story. 2010 Sep 24 Unfiltered News …

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Reality Zone Unfiltered News 2010 September 4 – 10

Mexico’s profitable drug trade could be reduced to a mere trickle if California legalizes marijuana. [Drug cartels depend on illegality to produce high profit margins. Legal substances, unless highly taxed, are of no use to drug lords. However, Mexican and California politicians already are talking about high marijuana tax revenues. …

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Operation Red Pill News 2010 July 26

Stealing From Americans’ Pockets “The 2001 and 2003 Bush-era tax cuts expire on January 1, 2011. When the old rates return, the Congressional Budget Office calculates, this will cost taxpayers $115 billion next year alone. Between 2011 and 2020, the death of the Bush-era tax cuts will cause $2.6 trillion …

Immigration
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Illegal Immigration

Illegal Immigrants are Career Criminals The amount of illegal aliens who break laws will never be known for sure, but those that were caught provide some pretty terrifying insight. The Government Accountability Office, (GAO), released a study it conducted in 2005 of 55,322 incarcerated illegal aliens. The study population averaged …