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Americans Are Crazy
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Americans are truly unique in the world. We walk the streets enshrouded with our own sense of independence and freedom. We (supposedly) have the freedom to walk an individual path devoid of outside help and/or influence: we all do our own thing and the least amount of dependence translates into the greatest amount of strength. It also means Americans feel safer carrying concealed weapons. We have become so divided; we embody the Panopticon."
 

Living The Bill Of Rights
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Over Independence Day weekend I threw my Chinese military issue SKS semiautomatic 'assault rifle' in the back of the family mini van, grabbed my snub nose .38 revolver, picked up a friend and headed out to the Pawnee National Grasslands here in Northern Colorado. We proceeded to unleash a torrent of firepower on some aluminum cans and one old TV that we stumbled across once we arrived. It was a great way to celebrate the birth of our country. But what seemed so fun and downright American, an afternoon of shooting free of trigger locks, registration, cosmetic restrictions or paranoid regulations, is now illegal or extremely difficult in many states."
 

PA: Airport "security" screener charged with stealing cash from bag
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcWebDev.com

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"Federal prosecutors charged a government security screener Thursday with stealing cash from a person's belongings at Philadelphia International Airport."

"The criminal complaint said TSA screener Calvin Sanders took $273 from a passenger who passed through a terminal checkpoint."

"Sanders worked an X-ray machine at the checkpoint and stole the money while inspecting the person's things, the complaint said."

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Imagine - these yahoos are all that stands between us and more 9/11's.
 

Bilderberg Globalization Agenda: The Next Phase
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"To resist we must redirect our efforts. It will do nothing to stage protests outside the White House or to write your congressmen. In our global, market-driven world, politicians do not have the power. The Bilderberg makes the decisions and the corporations carry out their directives. Resistance must be aimed at individual corporations to have any chance at success."

"There is one thing Americans do better than any people in the history of the world. We consume. The ability to withhold that consumption is our greatest potential weapon. We can direct it like a cruise missile at the corporations of our choice. I would not be caught dead (or unemployed) wearing a pair of Nikes or carrying a Chase credit card."
 

Ron Paul: "Neo-conned"
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Early in our history, the advocates of limited, constitutional government recognized two important principles: the rule of law was crucial, and a constitutional government must derive 'just powers from the consent of the governed.' It was understood that an explicit transfer of power to government could only occur with power rightfully and naturally endowed to each individual as a God-given right. Therefore, the powers that could be transferred would be limited to the purpose of protecting liberty. Unfortunately, in the last 100 years, the defense of liberty has been fragmented and shared by various groups, with some protecting civil liberties, others economic freedom, and a small diverse group arguing for a foreign policy of nonintervention."
 

Jayson Blair scandal not new at New York Times?
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"When it comes to protecting the left the Times apparently has a double standard. For instance, it recently ran an editorial-page explanation backing away from a fine series of stories by Jeff Gerth and James Risen alleging that Los Alamos nuclear-lab employee Wen Ho Lee might be a Chinese spy, even though Lee pleaded guilty to some of the related charges."

"But it has yet to publish an explanation of Matthews' stories lionizing and promoting Castro."
 

MA: Surveillance cameras track passers-by throughout Hill
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Surveillance cameras, long confined to convenience stores, banks and other interior spaces, are appearing in increasing numbers in public areas around the Hill. As more cameras are installed, Beacon Hill residents soon may be forced to join a complex national debate on the role of surveillance equipment in a free society, a debate that places at odds two basic societal expectations — safety and privacy."

"Safety advocates argue that cameras serve as a deterrent to criminals, and provide evidence that allows the police to quickly solve crimes and get convictions. Civil libertarians and privacy defenders see cameras as one more element of a steady encroachment on the right of the individual to lead an anonymous life."
 

Privacy issue in surveillance
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"The Pentagon is developing an urban surveillance system that would use computers and thousands of cameras to track, record and analyze the movement of every vehicle in a foreign city."

"Dubbed 'Combat Zones That See,' the project is designed to help the U.S. military protect troops and fight in cities overseas." ...

"But scientists envision nonmilitary uses."
 

UK: Granny's nuts to burglar
Submitted by: John Fansler

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"Pensioner Joyce Edwards found a burglar with his testicles impaled on glass from a window he smashed breaking in."

"And when he screamed in agony that he was dying she snapped back: 'GOOD.' "

"One rescuer said the raider lost up to four pints of blood."

"He was treated in hospital but medics refused to say whether he had lost either of his testicles."
 

NJ: No More Grin and Bear It
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"The Northeast has always been a teensy bit smug about its ability to live harmoniously with nature, rolling a collective eye at Westerners who complain about the incursions of wildlife. And so it is with a teensy bit of smugness that we watch New Jersey finally admit that it has lost its battle with the wild things and decided to fight back."

"This week the New Jersey Fish and Game Council voted to allow the state's first black-bear hunt in 33 years. Officials will hand out 10,000 bear permits, in hopes of making a dent in a bear population that has been ransacking garbage cans, breaking into houses, killing livestock and mauling residents."
 

NY: County rubs out handgun mandate
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The Onondaga County probation department, in response to an accidental shooting by one of its officers last year, no longer requires its officers to carry handguns or to unload the weapons at home."
 

NJ: Paterson, NJ Home Terrorized - Letter to the Editor (Letter)
Submitted by: R.E. Parker

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"I write in response to Eileen Markey's article regarding the Paterson home of Minerva Alzamora being attacked. Markey characterizes the attackers as "young people' and 'rowdy teens.' Forgive my indelicacy, but, in my opinion, that home was attacked by a group of young thugs bent on doing serious damage, or worse, serious injury to someone."
 

Federal Gods
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"I have long contended that our socialist system of government is in fact nothing but a renovation of the ancient system of aristocracy. Whenever you have different rules and punishment for people based upon their status, in this case the status of being a government employee, you have
injustice (although the ones receiving the preferential treatment would of course argue against you)."

"A good example of this has occurred recently in Oklahoma City where John Carl Marquez was arrested for suspicion of beating his wife and faces a year in prison and a fine. During the arrest, the man also spit in an arresting officer's face."

"Guess what his sentence was for spitting in the officers face?"

"The man was given a life sentence!"

"Think about that for a minute, a year in prison for beating your wife seems appropriate if not a little light. Compare this to the sentence given for spitting on a public servant. Some may argue that the sentences are backward but Draconianism is not the sign of a free or just society."
 

U.N. vs. Guns
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"The U.N. claims that guns used in armed conflicts cause 300,000 deaths worldwide every year. The solution proposed in conference's 'Program of Action'? Keep rebels from getting guns by requiring that countries 'prevent, combat and eradicate' what those countries who want to stop rebels from getting the guns define as 'the illicit trade in small arms'."

"This may be an understandable 'solution' from governments that don't trust their citizens. But it also represents a dangerous disregard for their citizens' safety and freedom. Why? First, and most obviously, because not all insurgencies are "bad." It is hardly surprising that infamous regimes such as those in Syria, Cuba, Rwanda, Vietnam, Zimbabwe, and Sierra Leone support these 'reforms.' To ban providing guns to rebels in totalitarian countries is like arguing that there is never anything such as a just war."
 

Gun Lobby Attacks on Canada's Gun Control Efforts at the UN Backfire: International Groups Praise Canada's Resolve in Tackling the Gun Problem
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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" 'Aggressive attacks on Canada by the National Rifle Association (NRA) and the Canadian gun lobby only strengthen the resolve of groups and governments around the world to tackle illegal gun running,' said Professor Wendy Cukier, President of the Coalition for Gun Control (Canada), who attended the meeting."

"Noting the repeated efforts in recent years of the NRA to undermine Canada's gun control program, she said: 'Our success seems to make them nervous: Americans might actually realize there is another path to follow. When we compare Canada to most countries in the world, as we have over the past week, it's clear that we are on the right track'."

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On the right track to become just like England -- powerless to stop armed criminals from turning citizens into defenseless victims, and forced to go around confiscating toys.
 

UK: Outlaw all fake guns says Yard
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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FULL STORY BELOW:

Scotland Yard demanded Home Secretary David Blunkett ban all replica firearms yesterday to stop gun crime soaring.

The call came as police revealed 70 per cent of such offences are committed by Jamaican Yardie criminals using imitation weapons.

Mr. Blunkett plans to outlaw carrying airguns or replicas, which can be converted to fire live rounds, in public without a reasonable excuse.

But Assistant Metropolitan Police Commissioner Tarique Ghaffur said: "A complete ban would ensure no weapon was able to be converted."

He added that replicas were easier to buy - for as little as £50 - than real guns and could be converted without any special skills, training or tools.

Gun crime rocketed by 30 per cent last year.
 

NV: Nevada Supreme Court orders violation of Nevada Constitution
Submitted by: David Adams
Website: http://www.vasportsmen.org

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"The Nevada Supreme Court has (1) ordered the Legislature to enact a budget, and (2) suspended the operation of the two-thirds majority requirement. That's right, the two-thirds majority requirement is right there in the Nevada Constitution" ...

"The Nevada Constitution does mandate (art. 11, secs. 1, 2, and 6) that the legislature create and fund public schools, though it's silent on the level of funding that the legislature must provide. Most state constitutions do impose such an affirmative obligation on the state government, and many have been read as providing affirmative judicially enforceable rights; I do not object to that conclusion here. But the Nevada Supreme Court has held that the constitutional provision requires the state legislature to fund the schools through means that are themselves unconstitutional."
 

Recent Incidents Show Need for Greater Gun Control
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Tuesday morning turned to tragedy when a lone gunman fired at random with a shotgun and a semiautomatic rifle, killing five and injuring an additional eight before fatally shooting himself in a Lockheed Martin Plant in Meridian, Mississippi. Also yesterday, in Bakersfield, California, five people were found shot to death. All victims, including two young children and an infant, were found by friends of the victims to have been shot multiple times in their home. Only three days ago, on Sunday, three Oaklyn, NJ teenagers were arrested with a cache of guns and ammunition prior to their planned Columbine-type shooting spree."

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Enemies of freedom are at it again, like maggots, dining on fresh carcasses of our freedoms.
 

TN: Chattanooga Police Dept. Says Officer Shooting Was Justified
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"A man shot by a Chattanooga police officer remains in intensive care at a hospital."

"Deputy Police Chief Steve Parks says the preliminary investigation 'clearly indicates' the shooting early Thursday was justified."

"Authorities say Officer Adam Patterson fired only after William Scott Crawley disobeyed repeated commands to drop a foot-long kitchen knife he was holding as he threatened the officer."
 

NY: Study: Stray bullet fired from state gun
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"The results from a ballistics study reveal that the bullet that blew a hole in the wall of a child's bedroom May 10 came from the gun of a State Park Police officer."

"Undersheriff Michael Woodcock said Thursday the bullet that Ernie Powers of 30 Pheasant Run found in his 3-year-old's bedroom were examined at the State Police Forensic Laboratory in Albany along with seven weapons used during a police training exercise at the Kayderosseras Rod and Gun Club on Geyser Road."
 

Canada: Gun owners beg to be arrested
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"They have no intentions of dropping their weapons, but, then again, they haven’t been asked to."

" 'Arrest us!' they threaten. 'Throw us in jail!' they yell, but five provincial legislatures and a multitude of police stations later, no one has taken the Canadian Unregistered Firearms Association up on their offer."

"The association, comprised of six gun-owning men, is travelling across the country in an effort to be properly charged with possession of an unregistered firearm under the Firearms Act."
 

NY: Gun Run Bust
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Just hours before being assassinated in an undercover gun buy on Staten Island, NYPD Detective Rodney Andrews bought weapons from another gun-running operation in Brooklyn that was smashed yesterday by NYPD and federal officials." ...

"Mauskopf and federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Special Agent in Charge William McMahon said the feds are committed to shutting down the 'iron pipeline' that sends guns primarily from South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia and North Carolina to New York."
 

OR: Police use toy gun incident as tool
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Someone had reported seeing people carrying guns in a wooded area by Southwest 50th Avenue." ...

"In reality, the five teenagers were playing "capture the flag" and shooting toy guns. Police ordered them to drop their weapons, and the teens responded without incident." ...

"While the guns are not illegal, city ordinance prohibits the firing of guns, including BB guns, in unauthorized areas within city limits -- such as the wooded area."
 

Wishful Thinking About Lawrence (Web log)
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"What's wrong with Barnett's analysis of this particular decision is his claim that Lawrence is derived from a right to liberty--that the Court has decided that when a law is passed by a legislature, 'the onus then falls on the government to justify the restriction of liberty.' This is a perfectly fine libertarian idea--that the government should have to justify any law that it passes that interferes with any individual's non-injurious actions. But the Constitution is not a libertarian document. There are certainly components to it that confer considerable liberty on individuals..."


 

PAX Co-Founder Speaks Out on NJ Teens' Arrests Justified
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"PAX now wants to make sure every student and family in America learns about 1-866-SPEAK-UP. We are calling on concerned students, parents, educators and law enforcement across the country to establish SPEAK UP programs in their schools and communities this fall."

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The Soviets and the Nazis also established ways you could report your friends and neighbors, even if no crime was committed.
 

CA: Deputy's accidental shot hits man
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"A Castroville man was in fair condition late Thursday at a Salinas hospital a day after a Monterey County sheriff's deputy accidentally shot him in the head in front of his residence, sheriff's officials say."

"Guadalupe Luna, in his 40s, lives on the 14000 block of Del Monte Farms Road, was recovering in the intensive care unit Thursday at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital."

"The unidentified deputy is on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of a criminal and internal-affairs investigation, Sheriff Mike Kanalakis said."
 

MD: Local police agencies get federal, state money
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Local police agencies received state and federal money this month for programs to combat gun violence and to make school bus routes safer, but some agencies received less money than in previous years."

"Hagerstown City Police and the Washington County Sheriff's Department received $63,600 from the state Cease Fire Council, which aims to reduce gun violence."
 

Another shooting sounds the alarm about America’s anger and violence
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"An assistant principal at a California elementary school is investigated in the homicides of his wife, their three children and his mother-in-law. The police chief in Tacoma, Wash., shoots his estranged wife, then himself. A man kills three co-workers at a plant in Missouri, wounding five others before committing suicide."

"Some people will use these shootings to deplore the ready availability of firearms. That indeed is a relevant issue, but these incidents are far more complex." ...

"But there is a deeper question to confront: What is happening in our society?"
 

NE: Police team up to educate city's youth
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Every summer the Papillion and La Vista police departments take turns hosting a Gang Resistance Education and Training program."

"The program enlisted a record number of participants this year, as 80 sixth- and seventh-graders joined in activities every Tuesday through Thursday last week at the La Vista Community Center."
 

You Must Alter Human Nature
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Press reports said a man who bravely tried to grab the gun away from the factory killer was shot through the hand and lost several fingers as a result of his serious injury. How much better it would have been if that same man had used that same hand, not to stop a bullet, but to reach for a gun of his own."

"The best way to stop an armed criminal is with equal or greater firepower, but sadly, no one in the factory had a gun. When bad guys run amok, the good guys are defenseless. Maybe the bad guys would think twice about shooting, if they knew the good guys were armed, too."
 

NEA: Politicizing 'education'
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Since the National Education Association describes itself as 'America's largest organization committed to advancing the cause of public education,' is it not fair to ask why it spends so much of its energy on political issues having little to do with education?"
 

MN: University Gun Ban approved
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Relying on its constitutional autonomy from state government, a committee of University of Minnesota regents approved banning guns from property owned or leased by the university, including the Metrodome when used for Gopher football games."

"Final approval of the new policy was expected Friday at a board meeting."
 

NY: Man Dragged From Bed and Shot
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"A Jamaica man was dragged out of bed early Friday morning by intruders demanding money and shot to death, police said."

"Oniel Stephens, 29, was sleeping next to his wife when three men broke into his 157th Street home around 1 a.m. and roused him from his bed at gunpoint, police said."

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In New York, where the authorities refuse to recognize your right to defend yourself with a firearm without the permission of the nanny state, would apparently rather see this tragedy take place over the successful defense with a firearm of Ronald Dixon.
 

UK: Murder at 10
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"She was gunned down in broad daylight outside her London home in April 1999. The crime was shocking for Britain, where gun violence is rare." ...

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Compare the above report to this story which says gun crime in Britain is skyrocketing.
 

Big Brother is tracking you
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Anna Kahn was a 24-year-old Wall Street finance professional. She is now Anna Hahn."

"The frequent flyer changed her name, after being pulled out of many queues in airport security and, 'having people shining x-rays up my skirt'. Her original name, or any combination of the letters in it, sets off alarm bells in the US Terrorism Information Awareness (TIA) database, which vets individuals for links to terrorism."
 

Homeland Security Targets Child Predators
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"The agency created to combat terrorism is now targeting those who prey on children."

"Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge announced 'Operation Predator' yesterday. The initiative aims to crack down on child predators' crimes by pulling together fragmented investigative and intelligence resources. It will target illegal immigrants and foreign nationals who have avoided deportation."

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I sense mission creep.
 

Rule limits anti-terror liability
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"The Homeland Security Department issued a proposed rule today that would limit the liability for companies providing anti-terrorism technologies to the federal government."
 

Browning Demands GUNED To Remove All Links!
Submitted by: GUNED.COM
Website: http://guned.com

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"Gentlemen,
You recently contacted Browning and requested our permission to link to our internet site through your site at www.guned.com. That request was denied by our webmaster, Brady Smith. While we appreciate your request for permission, we would ask that you appreciate our denial of such request and remove all references to Browning on your internet site. In addition, you are not an authorized user of Browning's registered trademarks which appear on your site." ...

Later... after a thorough spanking by Mike W. Smith:

"Mr. Smith,
I am sorry you have chosen to be offended by my email requesting that you remove your link to Browning. Browning takes great pride in its name, products and trademarks. We rarely license the use of our name and trademarks and very rarely grant requests for links on websites. While we appreciate your support of Browning and we appreciate you removing the link to Browning, I would personally appreciate it if you would immediately remove my name and phone number from your website and also the names of Mr. Smith and Mr. Nelson."

Here is the contact information I have:
Brady Smith - Webmaster - 800-333-3288 ex.245
Jeannine C. Dameworth - 800-333-3288 ex.445
Do not know Larry Nelson's info.
The Vice President's name is Travis Hall, no contact info
General email link- webmaster@browning.com.
 

"Gun Violence" Film Wins Humanitas Prize
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Dwayne McDuffie and Alan Burnett, who received a $10,000 prize for children's animation for an episode of 'Static Shock' dealing with gun violence."
 

OH: Picture your ad here: on side of police car
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"A new police car for $1?"

"That's all Chardon might pay to put its officers on the road."

"But as is usually the case when an offer sounds too good to be true, there's a catch."

"The new cars would be rolling billboards, festooned with advertisements from corporate sponsors who pay to place their logo or name on police vehicles. Think of a toned-down NASCAR racer topped with a police light bar, and you've pretty much got the picture."
 

The PCspeak of Diversity
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"The evolution of PCspeak parallels that of Newspeak. Consider the evolution of public debate on affirmative action or, more broadly, 'diversity.' "

"First, there is the introduction of doublethink. Doublethink occurs when someone simultaneously accepts two contradictory beliefs as true. A common argument for affirmative action: it is wrong to judge people on the basis of skin color or gender; therefore, universities and employers should give preference to people based on skin color and gender."

"Second, euphemistic 'doublespeak' makes doublethink positions acceptable. The term 'affirmative action' strongly implies a positive and correct action."
 

PA: A leader in campus security, Penn is watching
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"There are 40 high speed street cameras and over 130 building cameras dispersed throughout campus. They can track suspects moving throughout the area. They can provide an evidentiary record to later convict criminals."

"They could count the freckles on your face." ...

"In less than a decade the University has seen a 32 percent drop in crime. But it was a change brought on by years of expansion, innovation and expense."
 

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