Senator Paul says NO to National ID Card – Protects American’s Privacy


Jun 20, 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. Rand Paul today announced the introduction of the Protect Our Privacy Act as amendment to the Senate’s Immigration Reform Bill. This amendment would prohibit the issuance of a national identification card system. In the wake of the IRS scandal and NSA wiretapping revelations, Sen. Paul believes that his amendment is necessary to protect the privacy of all citizens. America as if the NSA’s electronic surveillance wasn’t enough, you might want to be on the lookout for a lowflying drone spying, and possibly armed, near you. Look out and look up!!! Rand’s letter to FBI about Armed Spy Drones in USA Now? PBN’s story here: –PBN read more

Armed Spy Drones Flying Overhead now In USA? Rand Paul’s letter to FBI

rand_paul3USA, May God Bless Senator Rand Paul as he pursues obtaining true transparency on the use of spy drones domestically on US Soil on US Citizens with no probable cause & no search warrant. Senator Rand Paul’s inquiry letter to the FBI comes in the wake of NSA’s non-admission of the use of its agency for invasive, illegal and overreaching uses: spying electronically via internet and phone on US Citizens and all of our communications domestically and internationally. In addition Senator Rand Paul introduced an amendment called “Protect Our Privacy Act” to the Senate’s Immigration Reform Bill which would prevent mandating that all US Citizens would have to have a national identification card.  See PBN’s story on Senator Rand Paul Says NO to National ID Card here:  Due to the recent flux of serious scandals within the IRS and NSA wiretapping, Senator Paul believes his amendment is mandatory to protect the privacy of every American Citizen. –PBN read more

Consequence of NSA Probe Chilling Freedom of the Press “In Toto”

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UPDATE: Hastings murdered to cover up CIA’s Snowden plot?


LOS ANGELES, CA JUNE 18, 2013 — Los Angeles Police investigate a burned vehicle in the 600 block of North Highland Avenue, just south of Melrose Avenue where a man died early Tuesday June 18, 2013 after the car he was driving crashed into a tree and burst into flames in the Hancock Park neighborhood. Officials said they were notified just before 4:30 a.m., and the driver was pronounced dead on the scene. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Edward Joseph Snowden is seeking refuge at present via Hong Kong since his shocking release of facts about the NSA’s surveillance program on all Americans not just suspected terrorists or those who communicate with them.  It appears the web is getting stickier as time goes on.  The Obama administration, it’s Czars and overreaching agencies will have to answer some very hard questions sometime very soon. Snowden has stated he has done nothing illegal and is only trying to Protect the United States Republic not hurt her or its citizens in any way. – PBN read more