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The Confession of Justice

October 26th, 2003 · No Comments

In the case of Dr. Butler it’s not going to be a simple decision of deciding whether a fraudster is telling the truth or whether the jury should believe the FBI. It’s going to — first — be a question of what actually happened; that is, what are the facts of this case. Only after that will there be a question of whether or not Dr. Butler is a scientist highly-respected and world-renowned in his field or whether he is a criminal, a “multiple fraudster.”

But more importantly, it’s going to be a question of whether the United States of America follows the rule of law or the rule of force when it comes to the investigation of its citizens for their alleged crimes.

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Tags: The Rule of Law

We’re All Scheduled To Be On The Truman Show

October 5th, 2003 · 1 Comment

As new polls suggest 49% of Americans believe the First Amendment provides too much freedom (freedom of the press is cited as the biggest flaw in the Constitution by these folks), the Federal Government has announced plans to put cameras everywhere, starting with airplanes, to monitor pilots and passengers in case somebody makes a no-no.

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Tags: Homeland Security