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Archive for February, 2010
The US government’s policy of leaving the Internet alone is over, according to Obama’s top official at the Department of Commerce.
President Obama just signed a one year extension of the Patriot Act. As a Senator, he had criticized the Patriot Act. Had he done nothing, something Obama is supremely gifted at, the provisions of the Patriot Act would have expired this Sunday.
From: Fox News
The battle over the meaning of the Second Amendment returns to the Supreme Court Tuesday when the justices hear a case that is a follow-up to their historic ruling in 2008 that individuals have a Constitutional right to keep and bear arms. On Sunday, Fox’s Shannon Bream spoke with a couple of key figures in the gun rights debate: lawyer Alan Gura and Dennis Henigan of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence. Gura argued and won D.C. v. Heller two years ago and will appear before the Court Tuesday.
From: Huffington Post
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court says it will take up a challenge to Chicago’s ban on handguns, opening the way for a ruling that could set off a vigorous new campaign to roll back state and local gun controls across the nation.
Victory for gun-rights proponents in the Chicago case is considered likely, even by supporters of gun control, in the latest battle in the nation’s long and often bitter dispute over the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. A ruling against the city’s outright ban could lead to legal challenges to less-restrictive laws across the country that limit who can own guns, whether firearms must be registered and how they should be stored.
The case is to be argued early next year.
A clip of Dutch people protesting against the trial of Geert Wilders in front of the court where his political trial is taking place. The people of Holland are supporting Wilders in what is a trial of truly historical consequence.
“For centuries we have had a separation of church and state and now we have a religion which just ignores that.”
After two centuries of neutrality, Switzerland found itself in a bizarre and unprecedented situation Friday, facing a would-be “holy war” announced by Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi.
Gadhafi called for the “holy war” ostensibly because of a recent Swiss referendum that banned the construction of new mosque minarets in the country. He also urged Muslims everywhere to boycott Swiss products and to bar the country’s planes and ships from the airports or seaports of Muslim nations.
“The agency has an annual budget of more than $800 million, and it employs 635 thousands of people. That not a single one of them is an EE or software engineer borders on the criminally insane.”