FCC to Steal or Restore Internet Freedom

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Since the 1980’s income growth for all but the top 10% of the U.S. citizenry has stagnated and in many cases declined. The thought was to concentrate money in the hands of the job creators, who would in turn use the additional wealth to create more jobs, this phenomenon would

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Government & Industry Perfect Spying on Citizens

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October 2017 the administration launched an initiative to increase public surveillance with unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or drones. This initiative opts to partner the federal government with private industry, state, local & tribal governments to improve techniques for unconstitutional public spying. Strategically by allocating federal dollars to local jurisdictions the

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Congressional Watchdog (GAO) Sounds Liability Bell

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Every two years the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) better known as the “congressional watchdog” reviews federal agencies for waste, mismanagement, fraud, systemic abuses & certain problems. Agencies deemed to need restructuring find themselves on a high risk list of departments needing immediate change on the GAO’s High Risk” report

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Citizenship for Sale & Free Assimilation Grant $

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Once again it’s the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) at it again, crunching the constitution by placing some religions over others and by continuing efforts to sell U.S. Citizenship. USCIS just announced $10 million in grants to organizations helping permanent residents get ready for naturalization (citizenship). This award

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U.S. Streamlines Process to sell Citizenship

The U.S. is back at it again, selling U.S. citizenship which begins as temporary and eventually becoming permanent via legal gymnastics with the support of law makers. The hidden agenda behind many temporary employment stints is U.S. citizenship (pay to play). The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) released

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Technology Drones/Robots and More War

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There are drones that can launch from moving objects, track various movements and targets, protect perimeters, orbit targets, monitor threats and more. In fact, there are drones that swarm and work together like bees, who change their contributions according to the need of the swarm. Essentially, when members of the

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DOE fighting for the right to be in the Stone Age

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March 2018, President Trump required heads of agencies to review current orders, guidance documents, policies, agency actions and more by signing Executive Order (EO) 13783 which was created & signed to help unravel former energy regulations & to promote U.S. energy independence while spurring economic growth. So, in April 2017

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Government to Advertise within Private Property

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The Major & City Council of Baltimore along with 9 states are combining to fight a challenge to a law that gave local lawmakers the right to mandate Private Religious Organizations advertise the government’s message within the premises of said entities. The ordinance requires Private Religious Organizations post the governments

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Tackling the Nations Homelessness Epidemic

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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE), United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH), American Institutes for Research (AIR), U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) and more are some of the agencies tasked

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Rep. Babin Delays ELD to Save Small Business

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In 2015 the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) made a rule requiring commercial drivers use Electronic Logging Devices (ELD) to replace manual log sheets. Manual logs have been used since 1938 for drivers to log on duty and off duty hours. The use of ELD

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Big Business & Your Slowing Internet

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In 2015 the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) required Internet Service Providers (ISPs) follow Title II regulations (Common Carrier Regulation) of the Communications Act of 1934. Moving ISP control under Title II regulations put a stop to ISPs slowing down internet speeds for some customers while speeding it up for other

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Gullible U.S. Pays $535m for Virtual Training

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Traditionally U.S. armed forces focused on insurgency, counterinsurgency (COIN) and stabilizing operations. Only since the turn of the century has the U.S. military began to focus heavily on COIN as a major strategy for combating 21st century enemies. In dealing with its enemies and potential enemies the U.S. has the

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2020 Census Gerrymandering is set to Begin

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Census Bureau (CB) preparations for the 2020 Decennial census are and have been underway for several years. Planning for the constitutionally mandated country wide event takes years to plan and billions of dollars in expenses. Every ten years the official count of United States citizenry is published by the CB

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Lowered Hazardous Pipeline Standards Ok’d

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For generations the U.S. has used steel pipelines to move liquid hazardous materials into, out of and across the country. These steel pipeline networks have been the preferred technology for moving hazardous liquids because of steels ability to operate under high pressure. Ultimately, allowing great amounts of material to be

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Boston Bright Ideas Scheme takes Scalps

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Rentsmart, Boston 2030, Analyze Boston, Imagine Boston, City Score & the Open Source toolkit are Government programs and initiatives designed to enhance the Bostonian experience. Officials such as Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, City Inspectional Services, Department of Innovation & Technology, Governor Charlie Baker, State Legislature and many others have conspired

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