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A Manhattan judge has just blocked the NDAA's most harmful provisions, citing concerns that it could threaten free speech and silence political dissent in the United States.

We did it, guys.
Late Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest granted an injunction to block certain parts of Obama's National Defense Authorization Act, citing the vague wording of "associated forces" and "e...
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IMO this does not mean we are out of the woods. We still need to reduce the size of government, get BIG MONEY out of government and government out of personal decisions. BIG Brother can not and should not be relied on for our im/morality.
BTW David I have not heard anything about CISPA lately.
+Loretta E Yes, fact that NDAA got this far is very scary - changes must be made, government is too powerful as is. Still, this is a victory for liberty and human decency.
The NDAA is not repealed..yet. It is blocked however, and is now getting some MSM coverage....
+David Seaman Sweet! We should start a campaign to have her nominated to the Supreme Court!
Under that bizarre ruling, the Waffen SS would be given a get-out-of-jail-free card since they were private units belonging to the Nazi Party and not part of the German government or military. In other words, the SS were "associated forces". Good job David, Eichmann would give you a kiss. ;-)

"The trouble with Eichmann was precisely that so many were like him, and that the many were neither perverted nor sadistic, that they were, and still are, terribly and terrifyingly normal. From the viewpoint of our legal institutions and of our moral standards of judgment, this normality was much more terrifying than all the atrocities put together, for it implied — as had been said at Nuremberg over and over again by the defendants and their counsels — that this new type of criminal, who is in actual fact hostis generis humani, commits his crimes under circumstances that make it well-nigh impossible for him to know or to feel that he is doing wrong."

-- Hannah Arendt, 'Eichmann In Jerusalem', 1963
The issue with NDAA is imprisoning people on SUSPICION alone. It's blatantly unconstitutional.
David, since you seem to have been born on Jan 20, 2009, you forget that the US government was already doing that long before any of you ever heard of the NDAA. So why were you stone silent prior to January 20, 2009?
And now the government defies the ruling...
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