Tag Archives: National Defense Authorization Act

RT – US Judge Blocks Indefinite Detention Of Americans – 17 May 2012

Plaintiff Jennifer "Tangerine" Bolen speaks to reporters during a news conference outside the Federal Court in Manhattan March 29, 2012 (Reuters / Mike Segar)

Plaintiff Jennifer “Tangerine” Bolen speaks to reporters during a news conference outside the Federal Court in Manhattan March 29, 2012 (Reuters / Mike Segar)

A US federal judge has temporarily blocked a section of the controversial National Defense Authorization Act that allows for the indefinite military detention of US citizens. Continue reading

Regina Meredith – Reply Of The Conscious Media Network – More thoughts on Global Economic Restructuring – 3 January 2012

(Lucas : Comment: Nice to see a reply on the annoucement made. I said before James  Martinez is the messenger – Do not shoot the messenger. He is a great reporter even if he  has announced the message and put his name on the line by doing so.)
January 3, 2012

When we were approached to post this statement, we understood that it would be like blowing smoke in the beehive of the alternative news communities but we had a gut reaction to go ahead with it. Continue reading

Lucas – US State Of Montana Recalls Her Elected Senators By Voting For The NDAA – 28 December 2011

Whilst reading all the news that passed the couple of days I came across this interesting info of recalling elected officials as part of 9 State Codes of the USA. Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Michigan, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, and Wisconsin. New Jersey’s federal recall law was struck down when a NJ state judge ruled that it was not Constitutional. This is a questionable ruling as the Constitution does not say or prohibit these recalls  in its 10th Amendment. This legal tool enables  these States to recall (federal officials) also senators from office on the grounds of physical or mental lack of fitness, incompetence, violation of oath of office, official misconduct, or conviction of certain felony offenses.  Continue reading