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Everything Else / where is it heading?
« Last post by Robert Harvey on Today at 07:40:06 PM »
http://dailycaller.com/2014/08/21/nsa-whistleblower-obamas-authority-to-label-terrorists-is-the-same-rule-the-nazis-issued-in-1933/?advD=1248,229064

“Look at the NDAA [National Defense Authorization Act] Section 1021, that gave President Obama the ability to define someone as a terrorist threat and have the military incarcerate them indefinitely without due process,” Binney said in a recent interview with DW while expanding on his testimony about NSA in Germany earlier this year.
“That’s the same as the special order 48 issued in 1933 by the Nazis [the so-called Reichstag Fire Decree]. Read that — it says exactly the same thing.”
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Other News / Re: Truancy cure for kids
« Last post by Robert Harvey on Today at 07:28:45 PM »
um... do they have a method of proving they are truant?
cause if they rounded up my kids and they were not truant, and they held them with out contacting me about it. some one WOULD be in trouble for kidnapping, etc...

Hmmm...of course the initial indicator is them being out of school when the schedule says school is in. Some assumption is possible to wit: If they're not truant, they would not be running around outside/unsupervised. This would be only initial indicators, mind you. No word as to whether any phone calls would be made. My guess would be not for now, wait till somebody complains.

Larger question, I guess: Better to risk a small number of irritated parents or the detrimental activities of the kids out of school? (Theft, burglary, vandalism, etc., opportunistic and not.) Or really long-term, leave them out and then see them on the welfare lists down the road?

I would have parents paying for pickup and delivery of any truants if I were them. Give them a financial incentive to get the kids where they're supposed to be.
Several issues at stake here.
public schools have their schedule and private schools have their schedules, and home schoolers have their schedules, and people with dr. appt. etc.
Just because they are not in a school after 8:30 does not mean they are truant.
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Everything Else / Re: police or gestapo
« Last post by NorCalChuck on Today at 07:06:48 PM »
This article written by a LAPD Officer Makes for interesting reading.
Well worth the time.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2014/08/19/im-a-cop-if-you-dont-want-to-get-hurt-dont-challenge-me/
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Everything Else / Re: police or gestapo
« Last post by mustang125 on Today at 04:48:12 PM »
It won't effect them unless they lose there job and are replaced with better officers. This hole we are the law so it doesn't apply to us has to go.
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Everything Else / Re: police or gestapo
« Last post by RayMich on Today at 02:53:48 PM »
I hope the lady gets a HUGE judgement form the city.

A $10 Million Dollar award would make them sit up and take notice. Yes, the money will come from the taxpayers, but they are just as guilty for voting in their mayor and city council who in turn appointed their chief of police and agreed to having their police department use such Gestapo force.

The only way to stop these civil rights violations is to hit them in their bottom line.
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Everything Else / Re: police or gestapo
« Last post by mustang125 on Today at 11:23:47 AM »
Really If you can't see the constitution being burned and good changed to evil and evil made good it is time to learn to go baa baa in my opinion. It is not that hard to spot.
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Everything Else / Re: police or gestapo
« Last post by mustang125 on Today at 08:29:48 AM »
My daughter is going to school to be a teacher. They are trying to teach the teachers that even the word gun and hunting are bad words that should never be spoken of. You should never use the word special needs or any other descriptive words to identify people because it discriminates against that person. My daughter ask if someone stole your car and you told the police that the person was white and had Red hair wouldn't that be discriminating against that person? Professor that would be a example of discrimination and should not be used in a class room.
That and all the other things the media and school districts around the country are teaching are leading us away from freedom. For goodness sake you can't say bless you at school?
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Everything Else / Re: police or gestapo
« Last post by oldranger53 on Today at 08:13:47 AM »
Things are going to Heck in a handbasket as my grandma would say. Problem is the sheep don't even handbasket let alone the wolves inside.

??? Please elaborate

Sent from phone.

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Everything Else / Re: police or gestapo
« Last post by mustang125 on Today at 06:27:40 AM »
Things are going to Heck in a handbasket as my grandma would say. Problem is the sheep don't even handbasket let alone the wolves inside.
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Everything Else / Re: police or gestapo
« Last post by oldranger53 on Today at 06:04:00 AM »
It's hard to be jovial when addressing this issue.
I could see this phenomenon emerging decades ago.  No one listened to my warnings, much like many are still not listening.
It's like we're in a boat that's headed for the falls, and we're callin out warnings, knowing we're all about to go for a swim, but most are too busy with their own little experiences to assist in changing the boat's heading. 
We're in for some seriously dangerous times, just ahead.  I can already hear the roar of the waters.

Good morning, my friends!

Sent from phone.

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