Posts Tagged ‘ NDAA ’

The Politics Of Liberty

The Politics Of Liberty

The disembodied, suspended rock face you see above is probably the only redeeming feature of Work in Progress, the dreadful night club where  Libertyfest was held. Thankfully, the day overshadowed the venue. Mike Salvi, the Master of Ceremonies, did a capable job overseeing the proceedings, despite the unusual nature of the event and sporadic disruptions, gently...
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Resisting Injustice

Resisting Injustice

Yesterday afternoon Danny Panzella and a group of  liberty activists took to the streets of New Dorp, Staten Island in order to demonstrate their opposition to the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, particularly Sections 1021 and 1022, which authorize the indefinite detention of anyone who commits a belligerent act against the United States or...
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Repeal the NDAA’s Indefinite Detention Provision

One of the most controversial pieces of legislation to be signed into law during this session of Congress is the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012. Normally a routine expenditure funding Department of Defense operations, this year’s NDAA gained notoriety for two amendments that could be interpreted to allow for the indefinite detention of...
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Manhattan Libertarianism

Manhattan Libertarianism

One of the problems with modern election campaigns is that the media tend to focus almost exclusively upon mainstream political candidates, which means men like Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. Fortunately, the advent of the World Wide Web has allowed those with limited media exposure to disseminate their message to a much broader audience....
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