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    federal government
  • A central government also known as a national government and in federal states, the federal government, is the government at the level of the nation-state. The structure of central governments varies from institution to institution.

  • a government with strong central powers

  • The U.S. federal government was formed in the eighteenth century and is considered to be the first modern national federation in the world.





    internet filter
  • Content-control software, also known as censorware or web filtering software, is a term for software designed and optimized for controlling what content is permitted to a reader, especially when it is used to restrict material delivered over the Web.











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The Constitution in Exile: How the Federal Government Has Seized Power by Rewriting the Supreme Law of the Land


The Constitution in Exile: How the Federal Government Has Seized Power by Rewriting the Supreme Law of the Land



What ever happened to our inalienable rights?


The Constitution was once the bedrock of our country, an unpretentious parchment that boldly established the God-given rights and freedoms of America. Today that parchment has been shred to ribbons, explains Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, as the federal government trounces state and individual rights and expands its reach far beyond what the Framers intended.


An important follow-up to Judge Napolitano's best-selling Constitutional Chaos, this book shows with no-nonsense clarity how Congress has "purchased" regulations by bribing states and explains how the Supreme Court has devised historically inaccurate, logically inconsistent, and even laughable justifications to approve what Congress has done.


It's an exciting excursion into the dark corners of the law, showing how do-gooders, busybodies, and control freaks in government disregard the limitations imposed upon Congress by the Constitution and enact laws, illegal and unnatural, in virtually every area of human endeavor.


Praise for The Constitution in Exile from Left, Right, and Center


"Does anyone understand the vision of America's founding fathers? The courts and Congress apparently don't have a clue. But Judge Andrew P. Napolitano does, and so will you, if you read The Constitution in Exile."-BILL O'REILLY


"Whatever happened to states rights, limited government, and natural law? Judge Napolitano, in his own inimitable style, takes us on a fascinating tour of the destruction of constitutional government. If you want to know how the federal government got so big and fat, read this book. Agree or disagree, this book will make you think."-SEAN HANNITY


"In all of the American media, Judge Andrew P. Napolitano is the most persistent, uncompromising guardian of both the letter and the spirit of the Constitution, very much including the Bill of Rights. Increasingly, our Constitution is in clear and present danger. Judge Napolitano--in The Constitution in Exile--has challenged all Americans across party lines to learn the extent of this constitutional crisis." -NAT HENTOFF


"Judge Napolitano engages here in what I do every day on my program-make you think. There's no question that potential Supreme Court nominees and what our Constitution says and doesn't say played a major role for many voters in our last couple of elections. What the judge does here is detail why the federal government claims it can regulate as well as tax everything in sight as it grows and grows. Agree or disagree with him-you need to read his latest book, think, and begin to arm yourself as you enter this important debate." -RUSH LIMBAUGH


"At a time when we are, in Benjamin Franklin's words, sacrificing essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, here comes the judge with what should be mandatory reading for the executive branch cronies who are busy stealing power while they think we're not watching. Thank goodness the judge is watching and speaking truth to power. More than a book, this is an emergency call to philosophical arms, one we must heed before it's too late." -ALAN COLMES

What ever happened to our inalienable rights?


The Constitution was once the bedrock of our country, an unpretentious parchment that boldly established the God-given rights and freedoms of America. Today that parchment has been shred to ribbons, explains Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, as the federal government trounces state and individual rights and expands its reach far beyond what the Framers intended.


An important follow-up to Judge Napolitano's best-selling Constitutional Chaos, this book shows with no-nonsense clarity how Congress has "purchased" regulations by bribing states and explains how the Supreme Court has devised historically inaccurate, logically inconsistent, and even laughable justifications to approve what Congress has done.


It's an exciting excursion into the dark corners of the law, showing how do-gooders, busybodies, and control freaks in government disregard the limitations imposed upon Congress by the Constitution and enact laws, illegal and unnatural, in virtually every area of human endeavor.


Praise for The Constitution in Exile from Left, Right, and Center


"Does anyone understand the vision of America's founding fathers? The courts and Congress apparently don't have a clue. But Judge Andrew P. Napolitano does, and so will you, if you read The Constitution in Exile."-BILL O'REILLY


"Whatever happened to states rights, limited government, and natural law? Judge Napolitano, in his own inimitable style, takes us on a fascinating tour of the destruction of constitutional government. If you want to know how the federal government got so big and fat, read this book. Agree or disagree, this book will make you think."-SEAN HANNITY


"In all of the American media, Judge Andrew P. Napolitano is the most persistent, uncompromising guardian of both the letter and the spirit of the Constitution, very much including the Bill of Rights. Increasingly, our Constitution is in clear and present danger. Judge Napolitano--in The Constitution in Exile--has challenged all Americans across party lines to learn the extent of this constitutional crisis." -NAT HENTOFF


"Judge Napolitano engages here in what I do every day on my program-make you think. There's no question that potential Supreme Court nominees and what our Constitution says and doesn't say played a major role for many voters in our last couple of elections. What the judge does here is detail why the federal government claims it can regulate as well as tax everything in sight as it grows and grows. Agree or disagree with him-you need to read his latest book, think, and begin to arm yourself as you enter this important debate." -RUSH LIMBAUGH


"At a time when we are, in Benjamin Franklin's words, sacrificing essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, here comes the judge with what should be mandatory reading for the executive branch cronies who are busy stealing power while they think we're not watching. Thank goodness the judge is watching and speaking truth to power. More than a book, this is an emergency call to philosophical arms, one we must heed before it's too late." -ALAN COLMES










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iYear




iYear





RE-DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

July 4, 2008

232 years have been hard on our government of, by, and for the people. “Of the people, by the people, and for the people” has been little more than a quaint sentiment for generations.

Our government says it serves 300 million citizens, but our voices are no more than a low-grade background hum. We find it responsive to interests that purchase attention.

How can 100 Senators hear our individual voices? Why would our 435 Representatives listen to anyone not contributing to the $3,000 they raise every single weekday? The answer: They can’t, and they won’t. But when 100 or 1,000 of us bring our voices together, public servants are forced to take notice. They have no choice but to account to those who hire them.

Welcome to the Independence Year Project, America’s Internet Town Hall. iYear.US is a non-profit, non-partisan, non-owned, non-commercial public utility amplifying the voices of individual Americans, the true employers of our elected officials. iYear is designed to deliver your influence to our government more easily and quickly than licking a stamp and dropping a letter in the US mail, and – importantly – to bundle our voices together, so that we cannot be ignored.

Today, when so many of us seek real change, Internet-based tools make it genuinely possible to combine our voices, money, and votes. Without our say in how we are governed, there is no true independence. Today, we can physically reassert our interests into the governing process, as originally intended by the founding fathers. Thus, we invite you to celebrate this Re-Declaration of Independence by participating in iYear!

iYear was built by veterans of the first Internet campaign, supported by private donors. iYear is an issues-based network providing access to every Congressional district, Senate seat, and Federal agency. Our ideas and grievances may come together here to form political firepower, aimed straight at the decision makers. At iYear, we can:

• Find common cause with others
• Filter out distractions from political zealots
• Spell out specific demands of our politicians
• Use the iYear Vote Delivery System to turn Internet talk into voting action

Take a look at the conversations, groups, topics, blogs, and networks available through this page, and explore these iYear sites:

NewPrez.US

• An independent site for every Presidential candidate
• A “master site” for feedback to the sitting President

A radical idea: Candidates no longer control our discussions of their candidacy. These sites live on after Election Day, helping us tell the new President what we care about.

NewGov.US

• A networking engine at each of the 435 Congressional district sites
• A networking engine for each of the 100 Senate seats

Our collective voice redirects the focus of local and regional political discussions. NewGov sites remain in place, as the politicians come and go…


GovAdvisers.US

• Collective citizen input to every Federal agency, bureau and office

Send a message directly to the agencies performing work you care about: FEMA.govAdvisers.US; INS.govAdvisers.US, TSA.govAdvisers.US, etc.


OurLaws.US

• 50 sites, for citizen input to each state’s law makers
• A citizen-controlled site for state legislative districts
• A “master site” for citizen guidance of Federal legislation

Direct voter comments on issues and legislation matter deeply to state legislators. Deliver yours through this consistent and efficient system – they will pay attention.

PeoplePressure.US

• The people’s war chest to hire and motivate the best Washington lobbyists
• Uses the fundraising techniques that propelled Ron Paul and Barack Obama to the forefront of people-financed power

The sharp tip of the iYear spear! Speak the language that politicians understand: Money. Power. Connections.

Democrats, Republicans, Independents: Re-declare your independence today. iYear.US.











365 Day 39




365 Day 39





I live in California. I am not from here, I moved here about 7 years ago. Since this is about as far west as America can go, this was one of the last modern developed places in the world. Think about it, Europe is mass developed and urbanized everywhere you go. People have been living there in their cities and towns and civilizations for tens of thousands of years. America as a country was developed in terms of the white man until the 1500’s or so. California was not really developed until the 1800’s. The early part of the 1900’s people were still coming out here claiming land as their own. The little ghost towns that I love to visit were once bustling towns that had their OWN community and their OWN life. Federal government really didn’t interfere much because it was the “Wild West”. How damn cool is the concept of the Wild West? Crazy people who had nothing left to lose traveled across the unknown country to find gold. Every little town and village along the way had a couple saloons, motel, jail, church, and the people who lived there. There were no highways. They didn’t own cars. They all knew each other. The passersby on their way had to deal with the locals. The local economy was real. The few people who held the power ran the entire town. The sheriff, the mayor, I’m not really sure. But I know that back then things were not interconnected and community was much more real. It was dangerous, but it was interesting. You were not as connected to the rest of the world in your little town in the Wild West, for better or for worse. Internet? You kidding me, not even close.

In any case I moved out here to California 7 years ago. What surprises me most about this newly developed piece of land is the amount of people I meet out here that have been born here and never left. Basically what that tells me is that I was born into a stagnant generation. There is no exploration. There is nowhere left to go for the promise of a better life. You don’t meet too many people that are from somewhere else. That to me tells me that I’m a generation or two too late. California isn’t the place to go to strike gold anymore or for an interesting exciting new life, its just another place in America where people are born and die. It isn’t new, it’s just like everything else. Now that’s not entirely true, but it isn’t the “wild west” or does it hold the “go west young man” theme that it had such a short tiny amount of years ago.

That said, Northern California is a great place to live. The weather is PERFECT and the people I surround myself by are pretty badass. However the matter of it being a place to be for entrepreneurs and rouges in search of a more engaging life it is no longer.

January 2nd, 2009









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This is a slim-line soft sided holster designed for use inside the waistband of slacks or skirts. The metal clip can be moved from side to side so it can be worn either right or left handed, anywhere around the waist. Its flexible design adds little bulk to the size of the gun. It is constructed of a three layer nylon laminate that includes a sturdy exterior, vapor barrier and soft lined interior allowing a rapid unobstructed draw. It includes a non-glare hardened steel spring clip and an adjustable, removable thumb break. The holster is constructed using only top grade, new materials, and no surplus automotive foams, fillers or liners. The nylon exterior provides resistance to scuffs, abrasions and moisture. It is sewn using nylon thread and edgebound with nylon binding tape using double needle stitching to provide about 14 stitches per inch reinforcement. The combination of materials and hand finishing provides a strong, good looking, long wearing holster.










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