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This sounds a lot like sarcasm to me.
This is all good news, and if I had money to invest, I would be looking into U.S. oil companies. That being said, you can bet the political left will do all in its power to destroy these emerging markets. Obama is already trying since he doesn't want to see his Islamic friends in the middle-east lose their monopoly in the oil business, and he owes them BIG TIME. After all, they financed his rise to the presidency.
I'm happy for even this minor step. At least Hollywood is finally recognizing that sympathy to Islam is opposed to their own best interests.
I don't understand this author's use of George W. Bush as a reason why Hollywood is reluctant to criticize Islam. Since when did the Left listen to anything Bush had to say?
"Hollywood's reluctance to raise the question about Islam's treatment of women is also about money, or more specifically the use of Arab oil money to help finance movies." And there we have it. We should have known. Once again, the Bible proves to be eternal truth. "For the love of money is the root of ALL evil".
If only the ammunition were more than just words.
Great article until he got here: "Obama may have been a Constitutional Law professor back in the day, however, his actions as president reveal he knows very little about how to abide by the document." Another conservative writer claiming Obama is stupid or incompetent. You don't graduate from Harvard Law School (with honors) by being stupid or incompetent. This writer demonstrated courage by laying it all out about Obama's illegal acts. Why not continue the courage and speak the plain truth: Obama does not CARE about abiding by the Constitution. He commits illegal acts because he is a CRIMINAL! Why is it that after almost six years, very few journalists are willing to state that obvious but important fact?
Another nail in the coffin of the US economy. This was Obama's whole reason for seeking the presidency. Thank him.
Did all you cigar smokers who are angry about this stand up for cigarette smokers? If not, you are getting your due. As for everyone else, your day is coming. Don't think it's not. Whatever your vice, whatever you enjoy, whatever innocent little diversion you think is safe, the government is coming for YOU and for IT! When it happens, remember you could have nipped this in the bud, but you thought it was JUST FOR CIGARETTE SMOKERS.
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Ms Kelly Wrote: Apr 29, 2014 6:20 AM
"Perhaps, once you have spoken (or otherwise communicated) to another person, you no longer have the right of privacy?" Then I guess you would be okay with the government putting a listening device in your bedroom to record all the private conversations between you and your spouse.
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What Have You Said in Private?

Ms Kelly Wrote: Apr 29, 2014 6:16 AM
"I am convinced that they (cameras) are indispensable to apprehending violent criminals, as they were in the case of the Boston Marathon terrorists." We could have a completely crime free nation if that were our first priority. Lots of countries with far less freedom and privacy than we, have much lower crime rates. We could have a system where prosecutors get convictions in 99% of cases like they do in Japan, but all rights of the accused would be lost. It was inevitable that surveillance cameras would be used for mischief. There is no way to demand compliance with standards when cameras will pick up dirt on high profile individuals. The temptation is just too great and human beings can't be trusted with the power to intrude into the private moments of others.
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