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Constitution Day Event with Sheldon Richman on Sep 17th at Oklahoma Memorial Student Union

At 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday September 17th (Constitution Day), in the Heritage Room of the Oklahoma Memorial Union, Sheldon Richman of the Future of Freedom Foundation will be doing a presentation on the move from the Articles of Confederation to the Constitution, favoring the anti-ratification perspective often ignored in contemporary discussions. The event is being hosted by the Future of Freedom Foundation, as well as the student groups OU Young Americans for Liberty and OU Students for a Stateless Society. more

Constitutional Liberty Coalition Has New Resources to Share and New Information Streams

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Rand Paul on Bradley Manning: “I just can’t support that”

“Manning faces a maximum jail sentence of 136 years with multiple convictions of Espionage Act violations, but was declared ‘not guilty’ for aiding the enemy. Sen. Paul reasoned that there need to be some laws that protect certain secrets and that Manning put many lives at risk by releasing millions of pages ‘willy-nilly’. His main concern is that whistle-blowers break laws in order to reveal state secrets. Paul made an effort to bring a distinction between the NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning who were both charged with leaking diplomatic documents, but asserted that there needs to be justice when whistle-blowers break the law.” Continue reading

What Happened When One Man Pinged the Whole Internet

“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.”