Is privacy dead in America? Many of us thought it was after a disastrous year of almost total usurpation of both freedom and privacy by the federal government. Since the founding of our country more than 200 hundred years ago, Americans have enjoyed the core rights and liberties that have made our country not just unique, but exceptional in protecting basic freedoms. But no more! Under the guise of protecting Americans from terrorism, congress and the past two presidents have stripped away many of the protections guaranteed to American citizens under the Bill of Rights.
we used to have real leaders in america. leaders of courage and intelligence, larger-than-life men and women whose dreams for america could do more than merely inspire. they changed people.
well, folks, you don’t need me to tell you that those men, and women, just ain’t around washington any more, and definitely not in this election cycle.
the reason for this is simple: the corruption and moral bankruptcy of both major political parties and the democratic process by global corporate fortunes.
you have no real choices between parties any more. presidents, senators, congress members regardless of party are bought and paid for by the same corporate megalomaniacs whose greed has infected american political life, and the cancer can no longer be cured by conventional means.
Governor Bobby Jindal addressed the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge today where he outlined his plan to reform the state pension system to keep the state’s promise to workers, protect critical services and save taxpayer dollars.
Below Are The Governor’s Full Remarks As Prepared For Delivery:
It’s bad news anytime a “good Samaritan” efforts are stymied; It’s horrible news when the Semaritan is killed as a result of the effort. In fact, it isa crime.