Are You Living in a Constitution Free Zone? December 15, 2006 Using data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, the ACLU has determined that nearly 2/3 of the entire US population (197.4 million people) live within 100 miles of the US land and coastal borders. The government is assuming extraordinary powers to stop and search individuals within this zone. Garry Davis Sol Gareth "Garry" Davis (27 July 1921 – 24 July 2013) was an international peace activist who created the World Passport, a travel document originally based on the unrecognised concept of world citizenship. Previously Davis worked as a Broadway stage actor and served as an American bomber pilot in World War II. Early life
Crowdfunding the Exotic Free Energy Movement NEST will soon be launching a crowdfunding site that will help make the funding of clean energy ventures more democratic, based on the votes of the people who chip in. And not long from now, US citizens will even be able to make small investments through crowdfunding. by Ray Jennings for Pure Energy Systems News With the enactment of the Crowd Fund Act in April of 2012, we are all poised to witness a new and potentially profound effect upon the exotic free energy movement. The new law, which seems to have largely flown under the radar, was set to take effect January, 1, 2013, or when the SEC sets in place the rules to protect investors, whichever occurs later…
World citizen World Citizen flag by Garry Davis Albert Einstein described himself as a world citizen and supported the idea throughout his life, famously saying "Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind DHS Funded Report: Sovereign Citizens Greatest Threat To U.S. Brandon TurbevilleActivist Post Back in April, 2014, I wrote an article entitled “FBI Visiting Gun Shops To Investigate ‘People Talking About Big Government,” where I reported the fact that FBI Counterterrorism agents were visiting South Carolina gun shops in order to gain information regarding potentially “suspicious” customers. These “suspicious” people were not those suspected of Muslim extremism but Americans who were concerned with big government.
Defending Yourself Against "Legal Fiction" We as living people no longer know or understand who we are and everything has been inverted upside down. We have lost our identities and once again have given away our birthright for "bowl of pottage." First Comment: Paul Greetings Henry, In our work to date, we have come across these claims several times: it's important to realize that some of themcan be substantiated with good authority, while othersappear to be theories that have somehow "morphed" into fact primarily for the one(s) asserting such claims.
Ubuntu Party UK: Home Welcome to the official website of the UBUNTU Party UK We also refer to ourselves as UBUNTU Contributionism Answering the Two Most-Asked Questions About the Internet of Everything #IoE Since Cisco began discussing the Internet of Everything (IoE) last year, two questions have arisen consistently: 1) What is the difference between IoE and the Internet of Things (IoT)? According to Cisco, IoE brings together people (humans), process (manages the way people, data, and things work together), data (rich information), and things (inanimate objects and devices) to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before—turning information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunity for businesses, individuals, and countries.
The police state just got stronger: Supreme Court rules that cops can pull you over even if they only 'believe' you've broken the law © Wikipedia CommonsWATCH OUT: A U.S. Supreme Court ruling has found that officers can initiate traffic stops even if motorists haven’t broken a law. In a ruling handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court, the nation's top court found that a police officer who mistakenly interprets a law and pulls someone over hasn't violated their Fourth Amendment rights. The case pertained to a traffic stop initiated on Nicholas Heien in North Carolina, on account of a broken tail light. The stop and search of the vehicle, conducted by the officer after the initial citation, yielded a good amount of cocaine.
Antony Garrett Lisi Lisi is known for "An Exceptionally Simple Theory of Everything," a paper proposing a unified field theory based on the E8 Lie group, combining particle physics with Einstein's theory of gravitation. The theory is incomplete and not widely accepted by the physics community. Biography Early life After the Ph.D.
Speaking at TED TED isn't a typical conference. The TED audience has high expectations of the speakers; the TED speaker team works with speakers well in advance of the conference to help shape a presentation that will succeed on the TED stage. TED is the place to give the talk of your life. 'Globals' Generation Focuses On Experience hide captionJennifer Larr (center) is seen here in Rwanda at the Gashora Girls Academy, where she was a teacher in 2011. Larr is part of a new generation of young adults focusing on travel, studying abroad and global experiences. Courtesy of Jennifer Larr Jennifer Larr (center) is seen here in Rwanda at the Gashora Girls Academy, where she was a teacher in 2011. Larr is part of a new generation of young adults focusing on travel, studying abroad and global experiences. Jennifer Larr has the itch to go abroad.
Recognizing Enslavement 23rd January 2015 By Sue McIntosh, M.D. Guest Writer for Wake Up World “The best slave is the man who believes he is free.” ~ Goethe.