But it sells a lot of software and hardware and greases more than a few palms in Congress.
#datamining #nsa #masssurveillance
Utah wants to bring back firing squads, just as a back up. Well, we used to hang traitors. At a time of great global turmoil these Senators wish to drag us down further than the depths we now wallow.
Coincidence with increased #fracking is possible, but not bloody likely.
That would be a good change.
#twostates #israel #palestine
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