Category Archives: Liberty

The Case Against Mass Surveillance

NOTE: this post was published in June of 2016, but it was gone from my post listings when I went looking for it to optimize it. Fortunately, my RSS feed had published it in its entirety. The content is still … Continue reading

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Orchestrated Divisiveness

Let’s address the elephant in the room: I’m a middle-aged white female, so the viewpoint is going to come from that angle. It’s also important that you know that I do not watch the news, and I’ll explain later why … Continue reading

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No Expectation of Privacy

I have tried a couple of times to post this to facebook, but it never makes it to publication.  I got to Google+. The liberal media wants to play this down by saying it’s not important. It is. Make no … Continue reading

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Do You Have a “Right” to the Internet?

Finland has declared that broadband internet access is a basic fundamental human right, and the United Nations concurs (http://www.forbes.com/sites/randalllane/2011/11/15/the-united-nations-says-broadband-is-basic-human-right/).  [Of course, that the head of one of the unions representing a group who would benefit from a huge government contract … Continue reading

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In Over My Head

Oh, my goodness, I started writing a blog post on the Constitution. I quickly found that I will never be able to keep it to blog-post-length. This is in part because I seriously love the document itself, and partly because … Continue reading

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Mr. Breitbart is Wrong

**editor’s note: This was written in February of 2011. Andrew Breitbart has since died, and this is meant in no way to be disrespectful of him, his efforts, his memory, or etc.; it’s just how I felt when I read … Continue reading

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“…With Liberty and Justice for All”

When the Board of Supervisors for the City of San Francisco stands to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, one voice is silent. Jane Kim, who represents the Sixth District, stands with the rest of the Supervisors, but she refrains from … Continue reading

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What Makes a RIGHT a RIGHT?

…and by that I mean a RIGHT as an ENTITLEMENT, as opposed to a WRONG or a LEFT. I learned this in college, in an excellent class called Political Philosophy. As much as I would love to mention the professor’s … Continue reading

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