Dr. Stan Monteith: Secret Beginnings of The Freemasons – Alex Jones Tv

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Infowars: JFK Truthers Banned From Dealey Plaza for 50th Anniversary

Infowars.com Friday, April 27, 2012

JFK Truthers Banned From Dealey Plaza for 50th Anniversary: Jim Marrs Reports

‘To avoid the carnival atmosphere that has often prevailed at previous anniversaries on the plaza, museum officials are planning to take over commemoration activities there.’

Published on Apr 27, 2012 by TheAlexJonesChannel

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Dallas News: Dallas’ JFK museum to oversee Dealey Plaza events for 50th anniversary of assassination

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Jesse Kline on current threats to Internet freedom: The statists strike back

National Post http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2012/03/06/jesse-kline-on-current-threats-to-internet-freedom-the-statists-strike-back/

Jesse Kline on current threats to Internet freedom: The statists strike back Mar 6, 2012

Jesse Kline

Two Freemasons: Justice Minister Rob Nicholson, right, and Public Safety Minister Vic Toews introduce bill C-30 in Ottawa Feb. 14.

The modern Internet is a product of the Cold War: Following the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, the U.S. military built a decentralized computer network that could continue to operate in the event of a nuclear attack. Where previous networks relied on a central server to facilitate the transfer of information, what came to be known as the Internet was decentralized, so that communication could continue even if a large part of the network was destroyed. The result was a communications medium that, to this day, is largely free from government censorship.

But that may change — unless those of us who treasure our online freedoms stand up to government efforts to monitor and even control our key strokes and page views.

The first major attempt by the U.S. government to enforce state control over the Internet came in the form of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Part of the Act, which was later struck down […]

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