Pulitzer Winner’s 96-second NDAA Cartoon

Posted: January 21, 2012 in NEWS, POLICE STATE, POLITICS
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Carl Herman, Contributing Writer
Activist Post

2010 Pulitzer-winner Mark Fiore’s 96-second animated cartoon highlights the removal of Constitutional Civil Rights. When “rights” are no longer absolute, they are no longer rights. This changes the definition of the US from defending unalienable rights and limited government under a Constitution, to having control over what liberties people receive and unlimited government and no restraining law, at least in these areas of the Bill of Rights.

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Comments
  1. kemorley says:

    As a US citizen, I feel these detainees should have their day in MILITARY COURT. This is the US and we believe in Due Process. 10 years and counting. COME ON

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