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The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is a federal law specifying the budget and expenditures of the United States Department of Defense.
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Ryan J. Reilly President Barack Obama’s decision not to veto the National Defense Authorization Act over controversial and unclear provisions regarding the handling of certain kinds of terror suspects will leave law enforcement officials scrambling to rewrite the rules for how they respond to suspected terrorist incidents.
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The Intellihub Shepard Ambellas December 15, 2011 The White House is ‘signing off’ on a bill that will officially end America (freedom) as we know it — The military will now potentially be able to detain foreign and domestic “terror suspects” at will. The Obama administration announced it’s full support on Wednesday. An excerpt from CBS reads;
Congress just passed the National Defense Authorization Act in a 283-to-136 vote. 190 Republicans and 93 Democrats voted for; 43 Republicans and 93 Democrats voted "against." Prepare to be arrested, without charge, simply because someone "up there" believes you engage in "terroristy" stuff.
Maybe you spent the last weekend shopping for gifts, writing out holiday cards or studying for final exams. For most of America, the end of the year is a busy time.
The version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that emerged from a House-Senate conference meeting Tuesday morning contains many of the same provisions that administration officials and national security experts have warned would harm national security.
Either Monday or Tuesday the Senate will vote on a bill that allows the US military to imprison civilians with no formal charges and hold them with no trial.
The police brutality against peaceful protesters in Berkeley , Davis , Oakland and elsewhere is bad enough. But next week, Congress will vote on explicitly creating a police state.
UPDATE III: The Senate rejected the Udall amendment 38-60 .