The dangerous internet passport proposal
The hysterical bleating that passes as legitimate journalism since the tragedy in Tucson, is a stark reminder of how the tightly controlled prison of the Soros /Obama media complex views Americans and their Constitutional rights. It took less then five media cycles (three days) for the usual suspects (Lenin's useful idiots) to call for sweeping changes to both the First and Second Amendments. William Randolph Hearst would certainly recognize the emotionally laden, sensationalized fictional swill that the Media Elites would like us to meekly ingest.
PENN: President Clinton reconnected through Oklahoma and --MATTHEWS: Because of the bombing down there.PENN: -- the president seems removed, and it wasn't until that speech that he re-clicked with the American public. Obama needs a similar kind of event.
That's right; Penn was hoping, publicly, that Americans would be murdered so as to provide the proper emotional context for a political speech. Could you imagine the liberal lynch mobs that would be chasing Sarah or Rush if they made such a statement? So why is Penn still allowed to mingle with moral people, after unleashing such violent vitriol? Next time you walk into a room and see Mark Penn, you should walk over and politely tell him that his remarks are the embodiment of all that is wrong with political discourse in 21st Century America. Please refrain from pointing your index finger, spilling your drink on his shoes or farting in his direction, as these acts could be interpreted as violence toward progressives. On the other hand you could just blame your flatulence on talk radio and the liberals would knowingly nod their heads and instantly forgive you.
The White House cybersecurity adviser joined Commerce Secretary Gary Locke to announce what amounts to a national ID card for the Internet.Their plan is straightforward. Instead of logging onto Facebook or one's bank using separate passwords established with each individual company or website, the White House will take the lead in developing what it calls an "identity ecosystem" that will centralize personal information and credentials. This government-approved system would issue a smart card or similar device that would confirm an individual's identity when making online credit-card purchases, accessing electronic health care records, posting "anonymous" blog entries or even logging onto one's own home computer, according to administration documents.Officials insist this would be a voluntary program and deliver significant benefits to the public.Centralizing access to personal information only makes it easier for the bad guys because it means they only need to steal one key to unlock a vast wealth of financial and personal information. It's likely that the real motivation for this is to ensure the feds always have backdoor access into what people are doing in the online realm.