3 reasons the American Revolution was a mistake. This July 4, let's not mince words: American independence in 1776 was a monumental mistake.
We should be mourning the fact that we left the United Kingdom, not cheering it. History of United States of America - in Depth - Continued. Transcript of 1954 Oppenheimer Hearing Declassified in Full. Department of Energy (DOE) OpenNet documents. USA: Rights & Liberties. To My Old Master. In 1864, after 32 long years in the service of his master, Jourdon Anderson and his wife, Amanda, escaped a life of slavery when Union Army soldiers freed them from the plantation on which they had been working so tirelessly.
They grasped the opportunity with vigour, quickly moved to Ohio where Jourdon could find paid work with which to support his growing family, and didn’t look back. What happened to the former slave that wrote his old master? Locked Away: How Ohio Schools Misuse Seclusion Rooms. DOJ.
FBI. Hconres331.pdf. Iroquois Confederacy - History, Relations with non-native americans, Key issues. Overview The Iroquois Confederacy, an association of six linguistically related tribes in the northeastern woodlands, was a sophisticated society of some 5,500 people when the first white explorers encountered it at the beginning of the seventeenth century.
The 1990 Census counted 49,038 Iroquois living in the United States, making them the country's eighth most populous Native American group. Although Iroquoian tribes own seven reservations in New York state and one in Wisconsin, the majority of the people live off the reservations. An additional 5,000 Iroquois reside in Canada, where there are two Iroquoian reservations. The people are not averse to adopting new technology when it is beneficial, but they want to maintain their own traditional identity. Iroquois Great Law of Peace (Kaianerekowa) Obama Ordered Wave of Cyberattacks Against Iran.
The worm that turned: How Stuxnet helped heat up cyberarms race. IRIB Iranian TV via Reuters TV file Workers are seen in what was described by Iranian state television as the control room at a uranium enrichment facility in Natanz, Iran, in this image taken from video released on Feb. 15.
By Robert Windrem, Senior investigative producer, NBC News When the worm dubbed “Stuxnet” wriggled into public view in July 2010, computer security experts recognized almost immediately that it was no ordinary piece of malware. Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release.
Ex-Pentagon general target of leak investigation, sources say. James Cartwright, a retired general and trusted member of President Barack Obama's national security team, has been informed that he's the target of a Justice Department criminal investigation into a leak about a covert cyberattack on Iran's nuclear program.
NBCs Mike Isikoff reports. By Michael Isikoff, National Investigative Correspondent, NBC News Legal sources tell NBC News that the former second ranking officer in the U.S. military is now the target of a Justice Department investigation into a politically sensitive leak of classified information about a covert U.S. cyber attack on Iran’s nuclear program. According to legal sources, Retired Marine Gen. America's Real Criminal Element: Lead. Illustration: Gérard DuBois When Rudy Giuliani ran for mayor of New York City in 1993, he campaigned on a platform of bringing down crime and making the city safe again.
It was a comfortable position for a former federal prosecutor with a tough-guy image, but it was more than mere posturing. Since 1960, rape rates had nearly quadrupled, murder had quintupled, and robbery had grown fourteenfold. New Yorkers felt like they lived in a city under siege. Chris Hedges "Brace Yourself! The American Empire Is Over & The Descent Is Going To Be Horrifying!" The Right to Know, the Responsibility to Protect: State Actions Are Inadequate to Ensure Effective Disclosure of the Chemicals Used in Natural Gas Fracking. Do you know how many natural gas wells are operating in your state or near the watershed that supplies your drinking water?
You should. Most of those wells rely on a process known as hydraulic fracturing (or natural gas fracking) that employs toxic chemicals to crack open shale beds and release methane gas. Both the chemicals used in fracking and the methane gas released pose a risk to local water supplies and the health of those who live nearby. Click image to enlargeSource: Al Granberg/ProPublica Community groups, individual citizens, and public officials have a right to know which chemicals are used in the fracking process. Before receiving a drilling permit, the owners and operators of natural gas wells should gather baseline information on nearby water sources and water and air quality. Read the report in medium-resolution PDF format [6 MB] Read the report in high-resolution PDF format [7.5 MB] FDA staffers sue agency over surveillance of personal e-mail. Information garnered this way eventually contributed to the harassment or dismissal of all six of the FDA employees, the suit alleges.
All had worked in an office responsible for reviewing devices for cancer screening and other purposes. Copies of the e-mails show that, starting in January 2009, the FDA intercepted communications with congressional staffers and draft versions of whistleblower complaints complete with editing notes in the margins. A k'wala's Gov & Orgs Daily.
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