If you use a cordless or cellular phone, then any kid with a radio receiver can listen in on your calls - legally. Snoops can wiretap other phone conversations with a simple alligator clip, though it may not be legal without a warrant. This … [Read more...] about Federal Snoopers Want to Listen In
An unreported meeting of about 30 persons took place at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC on December 5 where some serious-minded movers and shakers plotted to rewrite the U.S. Constitution. A feeling of quiet arrogance pervaded the discussions; … [Read more...] about Plotting to Rewrite the Constitution
State Legislatures are rejecting the proposed Washington, DC Amendment to the U.S. Constitution by a ratio of almost three to one. Original motions for ratification have already failed in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Wyoming, South Carolina, Missouri, … [Read more...] about WASHINGTON, D.C. AMENDMENT
John Maynard Keynes is a perfect illustration of the truth of his own words when he said: "The ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than is commonly understood. Indeed the … [Read more...] about THE SANTA CLAUS STATE
The gloom-and-doom commentators who solemnly assured us after the election last year that Ronald Reagan, now age 66, and Gerald Ford, who will be 64 this year, were too old ever to be presidential candidates again, must feel a little foolish as they … [Read more...] about HOW OLD IS TOO OLD?