Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – May 27, 2012 –
Please note that the reported information was not readily available. It was necessary to sue under the freedom of information act to obtain this information. The litigation costs money, and unless someone is willing or able to sue…the information is hidden. This is not good.
There are roughly 500-600 words that the DHS looks for. They are listed at the bottom of the Mail Online article. The thought of pasting the list here…entered my mind. The consequences might be unwelcome. We are not even free to list the words the DHS looks for.
I read not too long ago that the DHS was hiring contractors to search the internet for “words”. The linked article reports what those words are. That is a violation of free speech. The salaries of these contractors comes from taxes, borrowed money, and printed money. It is surely an excess… that this country can survive without. Ben Franklin said that we give up our freedom for security. This is an example of his idea.
This is part of the reason we have a large number of Tea Party representatives in the House of Representatives. Tea…taxed …enough…already. The huge deficit, and the national debt, are reason enough alone, to cut this expense. The printing of money …and borrowing…puts our economy in danger.
The violation of free speech should, and may, be brought to the courts…I would hope so.
Fox News reported this information. The Mail Online reported this information. I’d be curious to know what other main stream media reported on the words the DHS looks for.
DHS was used in this article to avoid using words “on the list”.
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