In a Time of Universal Deceit, Telling the Truth is Revolutionary.
Monday, January 18, 2021

Land of the watched, home of the spied upon

062506video.jpgI live in the mountains – deep in the mountains – of Southwestern Virginia, far away from what most call civilization.

You’ve heard of the proverbial town with one stop light? Our county has only one stop light, one permanent one since a construction project on U.S. 221 added four temporary stoplights to two bridges that the Virginia Department of Transportation is resurfacing and cut down to one-lane.

Yet even in my little backwoods hick county, I’m under video surveillance many times a day.

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Placing the blame for illegal immigrants where it belongs

Mexican politicians are the cheekiest participants in today’s immigration debate. South of the border, officials consider Uncle Sam responsible for nurturing Mexico’s poor. Thus, they demand, America must welcome illegal Mexican immigrants. Far be it for Mexico’s leaders to improve conditions below the Rio Grande so that their constituents might stay home.

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The Hillary factor

Nearly two and a half years away from a presidential election, the only name on everyone’s lips is hers. Outside of President Bush, and perhaps her own husband, she is the most visible politician in America and that includes her potential Republican opponent in the most popular of the 2008 scenarios, Arizona Sen. John McCain.

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The Hillary factor

Nearly two and a half years away from a presidential election, the only name on everyone’s lips is hers. Outside of President Bush, and perhaps her own husband, she is the most visible politician in America and that includes her potential Republican opponent in the most popular of the 2008 scenarios, Arizona Sen. John McCain.

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Is a watched society a free society?

Thanks to the spreading use of surveillance cameras, a citizen now has no expectation, reasonable or otherwise, of any privacy at all in a public space. An average American now appears on a surveillance camera between 10 and 100 times a day.

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God, what a waste of time

Watching hours of debate in the U.S. Senate about the war in Iraq was akin to listening to canned political speeches at a county fair — tiresomely repetitive and a little pathetic.

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