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  Struggling with Hayden ConfirmationMay 26, 2006 17:40 I'm struggling with the fact that during in the confirmation of U.S. Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden to head the CIA, that more than double the number of Democrats voted for Hayden than against him. Doesn't it mean anything that the gentleman presided over two probably illegal invasions of citizen privacy and executive branch overstepping during his tenure at the NSA? Isn't it shameful that he's part of the intelligence failures that plagued our wrongful entry into the Iraq war? What is the Democratic party thinking?
  REX 84 - FEMA DetentionsMay 18, 2006 16:06 And here's the Wikipedia REX 84
  FEMA Concentration Camps: Locations And Executive OrdersMay 18, 2006 15:48 Here's another one that's making me nervous.

 
  The New World Order, By Conquest Or Consent?May 18, 2006 15:45 I don't like some of her terminology/phraseology, but I'm seeing an increasing number of articles on the New World Order stuff... If it's even 5% true, it's pretty scary.
 
  Humane Society Katrina Response ReportMay 09, 2006 20:16 The Humane Society of the United States did a ton with the money that many folks like us contributed after Hurricane Katrina. Check out what they've done.
 
  Save the Internet with MoveOn.orgMay 01, 2006 22:23 I just signed MoveOn's civic action petition to help keep the internet free:

From MoveOn.org: Congress is now pushing a law that would end the free and open Internet as we know it. Internet providers like AT&T and Verizon are lobbying Congress hard to gut Network Neutrality, the Internet's First Amendment and the key to Internet freedom. Net Neutrality prevents AT&T from choosing which websites open most easily for you based on which site pays AT&T more. So Amazon doesn't have to outbid Barnes & Noble for the right to work more properly on your computer.

Many members of Congress take campaign contributions from these companies, and they don't think the public are paying attention to this issue. Let's show them we care - please sign this petition today.

Congress must keep the Internet free and open by voting for meaningful and enforceable Network Neutrality--the Internet's First Amendment.