National ID Card? Congress Approves Electronic ID Card

Written by Richard A. Chapo

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From a practical standpoint,repparttar Department of Homeland Security will put forth specifications forrepparttar 141416 cards. It is believed thatrepparttar 141417 cards will be issued through state DMV offices and may be incorporated into drivers’ licenses. To obtainrepparttar 141418 card, citizens will be required to produce a photo identification, proof of address, social security number card and possibly finger prints or retinal scans. The information will then be digitized and put into a federal database. The particularly scary element of this is that there are no limitations on whatrepparttar 141419 can be required byrepparttar 141420 Department of Homeland Security. Can DNA samples be far behind?

Backers ofrepparttar 141421 Act argue that it is needed to stop illegal immigrants from obtaining drivers’ licenses and prevent terrorists from “hiding inrepparttar 141422 open.” Opponents arguerepparttar 141423 cards constitute a national ID card, gross violation of civil rights and platform for massive identity theft. Whether you supportrepparttar 141424 Act or not, it is undeniable that big brother will have you in his sights beginning May 2008.

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Is America Racist Still?

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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Throughoutrepparttar 1920s,repparttar 141377 German proponents of racial sterilization drew uponrepparttar 141378 arguments of their American counterparts, using datarepparttar 141379 American eugenicists had collected to justifyrepparttar 141380 case for distinguishing between "superior" and "inferior" racial types; they also maderepparttar 141381 case that America was more enlightened and progressive in its racial policies, since numerous American states had passed sterilization laws, while German law was "backward" in its narrow defense of individual rights that frustrated equivalent German legislation.

With Hitler's coming to power in 1933, Germany's racial hygienists came into their own, with institutes for race science and research being established or expanded. They solicited articles by many ofrepparttar 141382 leading American eugenicists for their "scholarly" journals, translated many of their works into German, and gave them wide distribution. The Nazis used these American books and articles to demonstrate that they were not alone inrepparttar 141383 world in advocating compulsory racial improvement and purity.

A number of American eugenicists happily cooperated. Harry L. Laughlin, who authoredrepparttar 141384 "model" sterilization law for Virginia that was then copied by several other states, saw his proposals explicitly implemented in Germany's 1933 Hereditary Health Law, that prohibited racial intermarriage and codified forced sterilization inrepparttar 141385 new Germany. As a tribute,repparttar 141386 University of Heidelberg awarded Laughlin an honorary degree in 1936, which he enthusiastically accepted.

Even inrepparttar 141387 late 1930s and early 1940s, some American eugenics publications refused to criticize Nazi race policy in general or legal persecution ofrepparttar 141388 Jews in particular. Some ofrepparttar 141389 leading eugenicists argued that to do so would be to unjustifiably mix science with politics.” (5)

The leader ofrepparttar 141390 House Un-American Activities lynching was John Stennis who keptrepparttar 141391 real Holocaust(s) alive in his words ‘They Killed our Savior’ long after Nuremberg whererepparttar 141392 Nazis were not allowed to mount certain Synarchy defenses that might have educatedrepparttar 141393 world aboutrepparttar 141394 truth of what happened in Germany (and Russia). Most Jews do not know their origin and often they too are abusive of other Jews likerepparttar 141395 Khazars.

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