Friday, June 14, 2013

Police Department DNA Databases

It seems that the Honolulu Police Department's attempt to get a DNA sample from me before returning my property after our burglary was only part of a national trend toward local police DNA databases from criminals, suspects, and innocent victims alike. No debate, no regulation.

I never submitted the sample: the insurance company had already paid off, and there was no reason to even ask if the sample would remain in the database or be discarded after the check: We already know the police are allowed to lie to us. We can trust nothing they say. That in itself should give people pause, but of course it doesn't.

The comments are hardly surprising, with a lot to the effect that If you have nothing to hide, why are you concerned? Rather self-righteous, in fact. I think we have lost not just the battle, but the war for Constitutional government. We exist to serve the state.

Such innocent people...

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Thursday, June 13, 2013

George Will & Our Criminal Government

I suspect few of them committed any statutory crimes. They write the laws. But they still should be thrown out, indicted for whatever laws they did violate, then fairly tried, and imprisoned as they are criminals and traitors who have infiltrated and taken over our government.

More here.

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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Madison Mayor Paul Soglin Shows The Fascist Mindset Is Alive And Well

Madison, Wisconsin's Mayor Paul Soglin is an old time lefty who returned to power some time back, and continues to demonstrate his fascistic mindset. He wants all city contractors to be required to disclose their political donations so he can vet them for future contracts.

Government already demands to know the racial makeup of contractors' companies, and the sex ratios. I wonder when he will demand to know their religion as well. And what will Madison's Dear Leader do with that information?

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Monday, June 10, 2013

The "least untruthful manner"

The director of national intelligence, James Clapper, said in an NBC interview that he had responded in the "least untruthful manner" possible when he denied in congressional hearings last year that the NSA collected data on millions of Americans.
European officials are reportedly not amused. One of the problems with the protestations of sufficient controls is that they are also identical to those which seriously bad people would make.

Also: Even if these are decent people in positions of power, there is every reason to believe that they will eventually be succeeded by people considerably less benign.

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