Privacy

News article New Jersey lawmakers seek to stop airport security scans The use of full-body scanners at airports should be reconsidered because the machines are ineffective, are overly intrusive and open the door to further invasions of privacy dependin…

The ATI anticipated a great variety of ID tech for vehicles as being standard issue on vehicles in the near future but they needed a way to implement their charging scheme NOW! Continue reading →

There is a lot to be concerned about here but the following is my special favorite; These records will be maintained in electronic systems. Routine uses 1. For Law Enforcement Purposes—To disclose pertinent information to the appropriate Federal, Sta…

Naked Scanner!  Do Not Want!

Opt Out of a Body Scan? Then Brace Yourself JOE SHARKEY, On Tuesday note-agent pictured is not the person in this story.   He’s just random scary dude. November 2, 2010 HAVING been taught by nuns in grade school and later … Continue readi…

EPIC Says TSA’s Program Violates Travelers’ Right

WASHINGTON, DC – On November 1, 2010 the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) filed the opening brief in the case against the controversial full body scanner program administered by the Department of Homeland Security. According to the EPIC f…

A4L Radio: Brogdon’s Freedoms Roll and The Common-Sense Judge has a “Verdict for America”

Tonight on Axxiom for Liberty Radio:    I will be co-hosting with Kaye Beach –Constitutional Liberty Activist and Board Member of Constitutional Alliance.  Axxiom for Liberty can be heard evey Friday from 6:0 to 8:00 PM CST.  Go to www.ruleoflawradiocom to “Listen Now” via the internet or find a radio station near you.  Rule of Law Radion is now available […]