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https://youtu.be/m6s-JFnw15Q   
This ^  ten minute youtube video is an aid in your understanding, as a westerner and American, of ISIL, radical Islam, an enemy of freedom, through the words of a British Islamist, Anjem Choudary. His view of Islam upholds the totalitarian notion that those non-Muslims and apostates who do not agree with, and bow to the tenets of his religion should be killed, and the entire world should be under the rule of sharia (Muslim) law. He repeatedly proclaims that the killing of non-Muslims, is legitimate.
On 6 September 2016, Choudary was sentenced to five years and six months in prison for his support for a proscribed organization ISIS.
 Several quotes from that trial:
The judge: “The jury were sure that you knowingly crossed the line between the legitimate expression of your own views and the criminal act of inviting support for an organisation which was at the time engaged in appalling acts of terrorism.”
The judge said both men (he and his acolyte Mohammed Rahman, 33) justified Isis’s most appalling acts and expressed contempt for democracy. They had “encouraged your audience ... to believe that no one who failed to support the caliphate established by Isis could be a true Muslim,” the judge said.
Pam Geller does a fine job (when she has a chance to speak) of defending the Western notion that the Lord God created people as free beings rather than robots, an inconvenient truth for tyrants and despots.
To allude to a comic strip, Pogo, from the 1950s to 1970s, We have met the enemy and this time it isn't us.


When will FCC's recent so called "net neutrality" regulations "come home to roost" in your pocketbook?

Two of the FCC commissioners had a chat with TechFreedom about the recent long sought  "transparent" regulations...

According to two FCC commissioners, those new regulations are bad all around

By Brad Matthews
Watchdog.org
March 4, 2015

The Obama administration and proponents of the FCC’s version of net neutrality may be ecstatic at the passing of regulations that make the Internet a public utility on Feb. 26th, but not all FCC members are so sunny in their outlook for the future.

TechFreedom held a fireside chat on Feb. 27th with two FCC commissioners, Ajit Pai and Mike O’Rielly, and the two of them concurred that the new regulations are far-reaching, largely unchecked and pose a threat to consumer bills and to innovation in the industry.
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Houston Subpoenas Pastors’ Sermons in Gay Rights Ordinance Case

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey
Religion News Service
October 15, 2014

Evangelical leaders are angry after city officials in Houston subpoenaed sermons given by local pastors who oppose an equal rights ordinance that provides protections to the LGBT community....
An Arizona-based religious liberty group, Alliance Defending Freedom, has filed a motion on behalf of the pastors seeking to halt the subpoenas. The ministers call the subpoenas “overbroad, unduly burdensome, harassing, and vexatious.”
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Top Senate Democrat: DOJ action against AP ‘inexcusable’


By Chris Moody, Yahoo News, Tue, May 14, 2013

While the White House remains quiet about whether the Justice Department was right to seize the phone records of Associated Press reporters, on Capitol Hill the top Democrat in the Senate was unequivocal about his opposition.

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When the government demands silence -- the ugliness of the Patriot Act

By Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Published March 21, 2013

FoxNews.com

In 1798, when John Adams was president of the United States, the feds enacted four pieces of legislation called the Alien and Sedition Acts. One of these laws made it a federal crime to publish any false, scandalous or malicious writing -- even if true -- about the president or the federal government, notwithstanding the guarantee of free speech in the First Amendment.

The feds used these laws to torment their adversaries in the press and even successfully prosecuted a congressman who heavily criticized the president. Then-Vice President Thomas Jefferson vowed that if he became president, these abominable laws would expire. He did, and they did, but this became a lesson for future generations: The guarantees of personal freedom in the Constitution are only as valuable and reliable as is the fidelity to the Constitution of those to whom we have entrusted it for safekeeping.

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Canada law would forbid homeschoolers to teach the Bible

by Joel McDurmon on Feb 28, 2012

For those who would like a snapshot of where liberalism and Statism lead, they need only look to our northern neighbor Canada. LifeSiteNews.com reports on Alberta’s new proposed law forbidding even homeschoolers from teaching what the Bible plainly says:

Under Alberta’s new Education Act, homeschoolers and faith-based schools will not be permitted to teach that homosexual acts are sinful as part of their academic program, says the spokesperson for Education Minister Thomas Lukaszuk.

“Whatever the nature of schooling – homeschool, private school, Catholic school – we do not tolerate disrespect for differences,” Donna McColl, Lukaszuk’s assistant director of communications, told LifeSiteNews on Wednesday evening.

“You can affirm the family’s ideology in your family life, you just can’t do it as part of your educational study and instruction,” she added.

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WND Exclusive

Verdict! Christians convict pastor for 'giving out Bibles'
$300 fine, 1 year probation, ordered to stay 1,000 feet away from scene of his 'offense'


Posted: September 01, 2011
By Bob Unruh

The pastor of a Wichita, Kan., church who has spoken on public streets against homosexuality, the influence of abortion interests in his state and other biblical issues says he has been convicted on charges related to his decision to hand out Bibles at a Muslim mosque – in a courtroom staffed and filled with Christians.

The counts against Pastor Mark Holick of Spirit One Christian Center, known as the church "without walls," technically were two counts of loitering and one count of disrupting a business.

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WND- 1ST AMENDMENT UNDER FIRE

City to allow "annoying" speech

Thanks to constitutional challenge


Posted: September 01, 2011
By Bob Unruh
© 2011 WND

Officials in Winchester, Va., will alter their noise ordinance and adjust its enforcement following a First Amendment lawsuit against city procedures that censored speech that might annoy some people, according to a legal team fighting the battle.

The city agreed to revise the challenged provisions, halt enforcement until the changes are made and pay undisclosed monetary damages and attorney's fees, according to today's announcement from the Rutherford Institute.

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Geert Wilders' (Narrow) Victory for Free Speech

by  Robert Spencer
from HumanEvents.com
06/28/2011

It is still legal to tell the truth in the Netherlands:  Geert Wilders has been cleared.  Wilders is the leader of the third-largest party in that country, and the protagonist in the largest Islamic challenge yet to the Western notion of the freedom of speech.  He made a number of statements about Islam that, while entirely true and accurate, got him hauled into court on charges of “inciting hatred,” and the Netherlands came quite close to criminalizing the speaking of unpleasant truths.  But Wilders was acquitted last week, and this bullet was dodged.  Challenges to the freedom of speech, however, are still very much with us, and will only grow more virulent.

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CLINGING TO THEIR CONSTITUTION?

Justices' free speech decision claim praised, faulted

By Bill Vidonic
PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW
Tuesday, June 21, 2011

The solicitor for Pittsburgh Public Schools says a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that a former eastern Pennsylvania police chief couldn't claim free speech in a private employment matter was a sound one.

"I think it represents a common-sense distinction between getting up at a public meeting and saying, 'I'm an employee, I live here, and taxes are too high,' which are matters of general concern, and work-related speech," Ira Weiss said of the decision Monday.

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Britain reaffirms its ban on Michael Savage

Guilty until proven innocent?


Posted: May 24, 2011
© 2011 WND

An attorney for the British government has reaffirmed the United Kingdom's decision to ban leading talk-radio host Michael Savage from entry.

WND reported last July the new Conservative-Party-led government of Prime Minister David Cameron informed the popular nationally syndicated host it would continue the ban initiated by the previous administration unless he repudiated statements made on his broadcasts that were deemed a threat to public security. The U.K., however, has never specified which statements it thought were so dangerous.

As WND reported in May 2009, then–British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith announced that Savage was on a list of 16 people banned from entry because the government believed their views might provoke violence. Smith said it was "important that people understand the sorts of values and sorts of standards that we have here, the fact that it's a privilege to come and the sort of things that mean you won't be welcome in this country."

In the latest communiqué from the British government, Michael Atkins, writing on behalf of the U.K.'s treasury solicitor, told Savage's London-based attorney, "Your client has not provided any evidence to show that he did not commit the unacceptable behaviour" that prompted the "decision to exclude him, nor has your client provided any acceptable evidence to show his repudiation of those unacceptable behaviours."

Atkins said Savage can do nothing at the moment to affect his status and must wait until December, when the decision is scheduled for review.

Responding to the lastest development, Savage pointed to Cameron and President Obama, during his current trip to the U.K., comparing themselves with President Reagan and Prime Minister Thatcher, "blathering about 'democracy' in the Arab world."

"How about democracy in the U.K.?" asked Savage, referring to his case. "The freedom to a trial? The freedom of appeal? The freedom to set the record straight?

"Why does the Cameron government protect Muslim terrorists and Muslim hate-preachers who espouse the overthrow of the British government, democracy itself, while banning Michael Savage from entering the land of their better forefathers?" he asked.

Savage has received support from Reps. Allen West, R-Fla., and John Culberson, R-Texas, who sent letters to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, urging her to review Britain's ban.

As WND reported, West's letter pointed out Savage was put on the U.K.'s banned-entry list with "ruthless criminals," including a Hamas terrorist and Russian skinhead.

West argued there is no basis for the action.

"For a nation who believes in freedom of speech and press," he wrote, "I have a hard time understanding why such a high level, government department would release this statement when there has not been one incident recorded in the United States regarding Dr. Savage instigating violence, let alone serious criminal acts."

Culberson, the assistant Republican whip, urged Clinton to use her position to press the U.K. to grant Savage a travel visa immediately.

On his website, Savage has appealed to his listeners to sign a petition urging Clinton to act.

Official U.K. government correspondence shows Savage was put on the list to provide "balance," because it contained so many Muslim extremists.

"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."  (Benjamin Franklin)

Oh, but it’s only the freedom of speech. Shame on our British cousins! And woe to those in our government who follow closely behind them. This article can be read in its entirety at

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=303069

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