U.S. military leaders are “angry” and “ashamed” over sexual assaults plaguing the armed forces, President Barack Obama said Thursday after ordering top Pentagon officials to “leave no stone unturned” in the effort to stop the abuse.Share on Facebook
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Steve Richardson with the FBI’s office in Mobile said at a news conference Monday afternoon that negotiations had deteriorated with 65-year-old Jimmy Lee Dykes. Dykes, who a week earlier had abducted the child from a school bus after fatally shooting the driver, had been seen with a gun. Officers believed the boy was in imminent danger, Richardson said.Share on Facebook
A new bill rocketing through Congress would give the president sweeping powers to police the Web for national-security reasons. Could this be a way to block WikiLeaks?
Is cyberspace about to get censored?
Confronting threats ranging from Chinese superhackers to the release of secret documents on WikiLeaks and other whistleblowing websites, the Obama administration may be on the verge of assuming broad new powers to regulate the Internet on national-security grounds.
The powers are granted to the White House under a bipartisan bill that was introduced in the Senate only last week but is already moving quickly through Congress toward passage. The legislation has generated considerable buzz on tech blogs—but drawn little notice so far by major news organizations.
“The way it seems to be worded, the bill could easily represent a threat to free speech,”
The Prairie fire against immigration has caught…
And IS spreading…..
The law is bound to be challenged and throwout…
It bans housing for illegal immigrants, requiring notifications to police and private citizens to check federal sources for the status of those suspected of being illegally in the country…..
But as in Arizona it main purpose is a statement and a message to those it could apply to…
‘We don’t want you here’….
The struggle begins on this story…..Share on Facebook
An angry Faisal Shahzad shocked prosecutors and court room observers today in a New York US Federal Court when he decided to plead guilty to the governments 10 changes in its indictment against him for his failed attempt to blow up a jeep in New York’s Times Square…..
Shahzab indicated Monday morning to his attorney that he wished to plead to the charges…
He spend more than a half an hour admitting in open court Federal Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum how and what he did to set up the incident….
He is expected to receive a life sentence under US Federal law sentencing guidelines….Share on Facebook