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Data Collection Isn’t Data Abuse -- Yet

Cicero9 Wrote: Jun 10, 2013 4:54 PM
Precisely. Hewitt is clueless.
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Data Collection Isn’t Data Abuse -- Yet

Cicero9 Wrote: Jun 10, 2013 4:53 PM
Indeed it did. An "Total Information Awareness" (Google it) originated with John Poindexter.
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Data Collection Isn’t Data Abuse -- Yet

Cicero9 Wrote: Jun 10, 2013 4:31 PM
I started turning Hugh's show off years ago. My guess is that you and I will become part of a trend, going forward.
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Data Collection Isn’t Data Abuse -- Yet

Cicero9 Wrote: Jun 10, 2013 4:30 PM
Hugh Hewitt is a waste of space, as are the other "conservatives" who defend the NSA. Just remember: "Total Information Awareness" originated with one John Poindexter.
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Pope Francis -- Against the West?

Cicero9 Wrote: Mar 15, 2013 3:04 PM
"The bad work begun at the Reformation is bearing its final fruit in the dissolution of our ancient doctrines -- the very structure of society is dissolving." Oh? And what bad work would that be? The fruition of the work of St. Augustine's, who is widely considered to be the greatest of the Church Fathers? The rediscovery of the Gospel? The Reformation is not to blame for the ills of the West. As James Burnham argued, it is liberalism that is the ideology of Western suicide, not Augustinian soteriology.
Oh? Do you think that someone who defends the legalization of marijuana is necessarily a "pothead"?
"That means two American states are to the left of the Scandinavian countries, Holland, and every other liberal country regarding marijuana." No, Dennis, it simply means that two American states have: 1) bucked early 20th-century nanny statism (following the repeal of the prohibition of alcohol); and 2) bolstered the cause of states' rights. Excuse me if I go with Bill Buckley on this one instead of you. Your argument is reflective of "conservative" hypocrisy at its worst.
Or die trying.
Or die trying.
Or die trying.
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