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Conservatives Should Take the Lead Against Government Injustice

NewJAl Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 8:20 AM
Lawyers, for all the good they do, have their part that this play, with personal profits in mind. The creepy part, that reminds me of Holder, is the associate of an emperor, who was angry with someone that emperor did not like. All the laws were explored, to find the one the opposition had broken, and, if one was not found, one was invented. Too familiar. Why pretend people are any different, now? At least, here in America, I can opine like this. In the Country Bill Ayres, Harry Belafonte, Van Jones, and all they admire, I would be silenced. Want to know a man? Check who he hangs with.

If you think a twenty-something ought to be tossed in federal prison for 35 years because he tried to download some musty academic journal articles without permission, you are a lot things, but a conservative is not one of them.

You might be relieved to know that Aaron Swartz, one of the internet geniuses behind RSS and Reddit.com, will not be imprisoned for a third of a century. Unfortunately, that’s because the fragile young man hanged himself after the United States attorney prosecuting the case generously offered him the alternative of pleading guilty to a felony, paying a crippling fine...