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1.3 Privacy

Posted: 13th May 2018 by SouthernWatchman in Freedoms, LimitedGovernment, Privacy, SouthernWatch
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Anyone who thinks it’s okay for their privacy to be invaded because they have nothing to hide should post their bank P.I.N.s in the comments right now. If you think it’s crazy to do that, then congratulations, you actually DO understand privacy for pivacy’s sake.

Comments Off on Kevin Williamson Declares the ‘Passing of the Libertarian Moment’… Again.

REASON – At The Atlantic, new (and controversial) contributor Kevin Williamson makes his debut by declaring “The Passing of the Libertarian Moment“: Senator Rand Paul is a man out of time. It was only a few years ago that the editors of Reason magazine held him up as the personification of what they imagined to […]

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We are LIVE with Dennis Prager from his home study. Topics today include why he wrote a book on the Bible, the #marchforourlives, positivity, and Dennis’s favorite things! Dennis Prager’s new book, The Rational Bible, will be released this Monday! Be one of the first people to get a copy by ordering today!

Comments Off on Sacramento Sheriff’s Dept. SUV Knocks Down Police Abuse Protester, Then Drives Off

REASON – The Sacramento Sheriff’s Department poured gasoline on a fire when one of its cruisers struck a 61-year-old protestor Saturday night and then drove off. The woman, identified as Wanda Cleveland, was among the protestors rallying in response to the Sacramento Police’s fatal shooting of Stephon Clark, 22, while police were investigating a 911 […]

Comments Off on Irrational Fear of Mass Shootings Can’t Justify Unconstitutional Gun Control

REASON – “Americans are now more likely to be shot to death than to die in a car accident,” Margaret Renkl declares in a New York Times op-ed piece calling for more gun control. Since Renkl is talking about mass shootings, which she says “are no longer so unthinkable,” the implication is that the risk […]

Comments Off on When Trump Goes to War With Amazon, Everybody Loses: Podcast

REASON – Will there be any winners—or even any survivors—after the war between President Donald Trump and Jeff Bezos’ Amazon goes nuclear? Probably not. Today on the Reason Podcast, Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman, Elizabeth Nolan Brown, and yours truly squabble over the usual odd assortment of topics, including the Conner family as a proxy for […]

Comments Off on Apple Wants Washington to Fix Facebook

REASON – Apple CEO Tim Cook has “doubled down” on his call for increased government regulation of Facebook, Recode reports, teasing an interview with Cook that will air Friday April 6 on MSNBC. Cook had already publicly called for a government crackdown on Facebook once before, telling an audience in Beijing, according to Bloomberg News, […]

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Oh how far we have slipped…

Comments Off on Foreign Servers No Longer Safe From Justice Department Snooping, Trade War With China Heats Up, Kremlin Says Trump Has Requested White House Summit With Putin

REASON – The Justice Department’s digital reach now extends worldwide, thanks to the CLOUD Act. The Department of Justice (DOJ) has been quick to flex its new authority since President Trump signed the “CLOUD Act” into law in late March. On Friday, DOJ asked the Supreme Court to rule moot a case involving Microsoft’s refusal […]

Comments Off on Trump Administration Announces Rollback of Obama-Era Vehicle Emissions Standards

REASON – In a widely expected move, the Trump Administration announced today that it would be rolling back stringent fuel efficiency standards imposed by former President Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Under the Obama-era rules, makers of cars and light trucks were expected to raise their average fleet-wide fuel economy to 54 miles per gallon […]