Tonight on Axxiom For Liberty Live! Privacy is the Antidote to Surveillance, Guests David Slane and Donovan Farrow
|June 13, 2013||Filled under AxXiom, Network, Privacy, Social Networking||
|June 12, 2013||Filled under Education, Federal, Network, OKGrassroots, Privacy, Social Networking, Teaparty||
“I went to the Wagoner County GOP monthly meeting on Thursday night to see what Barresi could possibly say to defend or sell Common Core to the public. Luckily, this was a group of very informed, anti-common core voters who had done their research. She spent a good 30 minutes on “fake fluff” – really avoiding the details of Common Core and speaking in generalities on how great it was. I could tell the audience wasn’t falling for the usual politician talk. We were asked to write questions down and submit them to be answered to keep the crowd under control since this is a very controversial topic.
|June 11, 2013||Filled under Network, News, OKGrassroots, Privacy, Social Networking, Teaparty||
As we scream and yell and show our outrage about the unconstitutional spying on Americans by the Obama administration we as Republicans should take a moment to look in the mirror.
Which of our legislators supported the laws that gives the presumed legal right to spy on us?
Who among us was outraged when President Bush was using the same or similar spying with his warrantless wiretapping in the name of security?
We have to be better than only being outraged when it is the “other team” doing the wrong.
|May 3, 2013||Filled under Ethics, Events, Features, Network, News, Privacy, Science and Technology, Social Networking, Teaparty||
“You probably haven’t heard of HD Moore, but up to a few weeks ago every Internet device in the world, perhaps including some in your own home, was contacted roughly three times a day by a stack of computers that sit overheating his spare room. In February last year he decided to carry out a personal census of every device on the Internet as a hobby. ‘[It] drew quite a lot of complaints, hate mail, and calls from law enforcement,’ he says. But the data collected has revealed some serious security problems, and exposed some vulnerable business and industrial systems of a kind used to control everything from traffic lights to power infrastructure.” more
|May 1, 2013||Filled under Network, OKGrassroots, Privacy, Social Networking, Teaparty||