This is personal!
Keep government out of our personal business!
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Lawmakers in the House voted 288-to-127 Thursday afternoon to accept the bill. Next it will move to the Senate and could then end up on the desk of US President Barack Obama for him to potentially sign the bill into law. Earlier this week, though, senior White House advisers said they would recommend the president veto the bill.
Should CISPA earn the president’s autograph, private businesses will be encouraged to voluntarily share cyberthreat information with the US government. The authors of the bill say this is an effort to better combat the reportedly increasing attempts to harm America’s critical computer networks and pilfer the systems of private companies for intellectual property and other sensitive trade secrets.
Read more here: http://rt.com/usa/congress-house-bill-cispa-031/
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You Can’t Occupy This
In post-Occupy America, it’s often hard to know whether new citizen protest laws signal the end of free speech or a mere tweak of the machine. That looks to be the case with the new anti-protest bill that passed the House of Representatives overwhelmingly two weeks ago and was signed into law by the president soon thereafter. On its face, the new legislation doesn’t change a whole lot. Yet the Occupy protesters are in an uproar that the bill both targets them and also signals a radical shift in free speech law. Almost nobody else seems to have noticed it at all. Who’s right?
That all depends on what you want to protest and where.
H.R. 347, benignly titled the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act, passed the House 399-3. Such a lopsided vote suggests that nobody in Congress is bothered by this, on either side of the aisle. When President Obama signed it on March 8, almost nobody seems to have cared.
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Our entire government has been corrupted with the evils of Monsanto which is a corporation that wants nothing more than to control the entire world’s food supply. Luckily, most of the world has wised up, and over 50 countries now ban or severely restrict Monsanto’s monstrous grip on our food that is grown with poison directly inside of it! Unfortunately for the U.S. and Canada, they are firmly gripped by Monsanto’s tenacious tentacles! Money talks big time in America!
Even our own congress has accepted millions of dollars from Monsanto! How else can you explain secret biotech riders slipped into other government spending, like defense spending, that easily passes through both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate? Our elected legislators made it crystal clear that they side with large corporations and mega-banks, and so has our president. After all, President Obama was the one who appointed Michael “Monsanto” Taylor to lead the FDA back in 2010 which was three years after then-Senator Barack Obama promised to get GMOs labeled!
How can the U.S. fight back against Monsanto’s toxic GMOs that are slowly poisoning everyone to death when our leaders that we placed into power accept fistfuls of cash from Monsanto’s lobbyists? How can we take back our food supply when Monsanto ships its workers directly over and into the U.S. government? Take a look at no less than 13 current and former Monsanto employees who work for our government! Click on their names, and notice how many times the word “lobbyist” pops up:
Now if excessive greed does not bother you, then you may want to rethink your conscience!
Let congress and the president know that it is time for Monsanto to go!
U.S. House of Representatives: http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/
by John Loeffler – Fountain City, Wisconsin
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“Look what I found regarding my findings below!
Page 80 is of great concern, since it’s Monsanto’s
Biotech Rider in disguise! Our govt. is hiding all
sorts of destructive secrets:
Secretive U.S. Amendment Would Weaken Biotech Oversight
On Page 80 is the ‘Plant Protection Act’: http://www.appropriations.senate.gov/news.cfm?method=news.view&id=4aaebbb9-924d-4e96-8221-240813428a13
This is a Senate version of H.R. 933 that passed in the House of Representatives on March 6, 2013 allocating money for the Dept. of Defense to spend during Sequestration.”
On March 6, 2013 the U.S. House of Representatives passed almost $1 trillion in new spending for the Department of Defense (DoD). The U.S. is in Sequestration due to the inability of Congress to pass a balanced budget. Massive cuts to the DoD were supposed to kick in, but our elected legislators in the House opted to increase defense spending at taxpayer expense! Here is the bill called H.R. 933: http://beta.congress.gov/bill/113th-congress/house-bill/933/text
Here is a line chart of what the United States has spent on defense in billions of dollars:
Defense spending is out of control!
On March 6th, during the Senator Rand Paul filibuster distraction, The US House of Representatives approved H.R. 933 for Fiscal Year ending September 30, 2013. It distributes $982 billion mostly to the Department of Defense, but it also reserves money for Military Construction, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Planned Parenthood.
Why is the U.S. government spending more than half of the world combined in defense at a time of fiscal crisis? Why is the House of Representatives trying to rush H.R. 933 through the U.S. Senate en route to President Obama’s desk for signature into law when Sequestration calls for deep cuts in defense spending? The ones who suffer the most, as always, are the U.S. taxpayers! The vast majority of citizens who will shoulder the burden of an over-bloated Department of Defense budget are the same ones who are going to suffer under the remaining Sequestration cuts from education to Social Security and more. This secrecy reeks of a government who has grown too big for its britches, and one that is in desperate need of down-sizing instead of super-sizing for a change!
Let your representatives know that you do not appreciate their financially irresponsible actions while our economy teeters on the brink of collapse: http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/
By John Loeffler – Fountain City, Wisconsin