Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Collecting Americans Financial Data Without Authorization

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(Washington Examiner) With Congress and American’s attention diverted to Syria lately, serious allegations are being raised that Obama’s new ‘Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’ (CFPB) which has recruited the U.S. Trustee program to collect bankruptcy data on its behalf to aid yet another controversial data-mining program.

Documents obtained by the Washington Examiner describes efforts by the CFPB to collect a decade’s worth of private financial data on the consumer behavior of five million American citizens without their consent.

When was the 4th Amendment repealed?

Related: NSA Phone Records Spying Violated Court for Years

Obama Administration Has Now Lost All Credibility –NY Times

Woops! Los Angeles Times Claims Democrats Led to Passage of 1964 Civil Rights Act

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(Breitbart) In a stunning historical error Los Angeles Times reporters history revisionists Kathleen Hennessey, Richard Simon and Alexei Koseff claimed, reporting on the 50th Anniversary of the Martin Luther King March on Washington this week:

“Since Democrats led the passage for Civil Rights legislation that marchers pushed for in 1963, Republicans have struggled to recover with black voters, leaving a stark racial divide in American politics.”

Flashback: On the 10 June, 2012 Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit correctly noted “On this day in history in 1964, Democrats filibustered the 1964 Civil Rights Act.”

GOP Senate Leader Everett Dirksen (R-Illinois) condemned the Democrats 57 day filibuster against the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Leading the Democrats in their opposition to Civil Rights for Black Americans was KKK Member Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV) which Democrats to this day still refer to him as “the conscience of the Senate.”

Glendale Unified School District Hires Company to Spy on Student’s Social Media Posts

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(CBS Los Angeles) The Glendale Unified School District has hired a Hermosa Beach company at a cost of $40,500 a year, to monitor 13,000 student’s social media posts claiming, its for the kid’s to prevent them from hurting themselves or someone else.

Riiight…

On 06 March, 2012 the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a law suit under the caption of R.S. et al -v- Minnewaska School District et al, USDC Minnesota over invasion of a student’s privacy on the grounds that the student’s Civil Rights were violated by the school district and the Pope County Sheriff’s Dept in two separate instances involving Facebbok.

The ACLU Minnesota Executive Director Charles Samuelson argued, “Student’s don’t shed their First Amendment Rights at the school house gate, (see: Tinker -v- Des Moines, 393 U.S. 503 (1969)) yet schools like Minnewaska seem to have no regard for that standard.”

Who actually believes that the Glendale Unified School District will be any more consciousness than the Obama Administration’s NSA when it comes to privacy?

Congressman Charlie Rangel’s Selective Memory: ‘Tea Party, Same Group of “White Crackers” That Fought Civil Rights’

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(Daily Caller) Rep Charlie Rangel (D-NY) sat down with The Daily Beast today lambasting ‘The Tea Party’ saying:

“It is the same group we faced in the South with those White Crackers and the dogs and the police. They didn’t care how they looked, it was just a fierce  indifference to human life that caused America to say enough is enough–I don’t want to see it and I am not part of it. What the hell! If you have to bomb little kids and send dogs out against human beings, give me a break.


More here from Deneen Borelli

Related: Obama’s Watch: Black Teen Unemployment 41.6% –Breitbart

Where’s the Moral Outrage for the Cold Blooded Murder of 13 Mo Old Baby in Stroller by Black Georgia Teens?

Sonoma State Univ Orders Student to Remove a Cross Necklace for It May be Offensive to Others

War On Christianity

(Washington Times)  A 19 year old California student filed a religious accommodation request after she was ordered to remove a cross necklace because it may offend other students.

Audrey Jarvis was working for the schools Associated Students Productions at a student orientation fair when a Supervisor ordered her to take the necklace off FOX News reports.

It is well established that students retain their constitutionally protected 1st Amendment rights–this includes the right of students to wear T-Shirts other other religious symbols. See, Tinker -v- Des Moines Indep Community School District 393 U.S. 503 (1969) Burnside -v- Byars 363 F. 2d 744 (1966)

Accordingly the American Center for Law & Justice reports school officials do not have complete control over students, likewise students may not be compelled to only express sentiments that are ‘officially’ sanctioned–Schools may only restrict the free speech rights of students when it “materially  or substantial disrupts school discipline,” See, Burnside -v- Byars Id

On the 14 February, I wrote here “In order for the state in the person of school officials to justify the prohibition of a particular expression of opinion, it must be able to ‘show that its action was caused by something more than a mere desire to avoid the discomfort and unpleasantness that always accompanies an unpopular viewpoint. Certainly where there is no finding and no showing that engaging in the forbidden conduct would ‘materially  and substantially interfere with the requirements of appropriate discipline in the operation of the school the prohibition can not be sustained.” See Tinker -v- Des Moines Indep Community School Dist Id and Burnside -v- Byars Id

Sonoma State Univ spokesperson Susan Kashack confirmed to FOX News that the incident did occur and expressed the regret that university president Ruben Arminana extended.

H/T: California Political News & Views

Tea Party “Audit the IRS” Rally in Washington, Draws Bigger Crowd Than Obama in Berlin

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(Breitbart) Today’s “Audit the IRS” Tea Party rally today in Washington far surpassed the crowd estimated to hear Obama in Berlin today.

One unofficial estimate put today’s Tea Party rally today on Capitol Hill at 7,000 to 10,000 at its peak.

Related: Capitol Hill Police Thugs Block Some Tea Party Activists

IRS Poised to Pay $70 Million in Bonuses –Politico

CNN Poll: 47% Now Believe Obama Administration Directed IRS Targeting of Conservatives

Spying on Americans

(CNN) 47% of Americans (up 10 pts from a month ago) now believe that Senior Obama Administration officials are behind the IRS targeting of Conservative and Jewish nonprofit  organizations, according to a new CNN/ORC Intl Survey released today.

U.S. Spooks Said to Be Swapping Americans Personal Data With Thousands of Companies

Obama Lying

(Businessweek) Thousands of technology firms, finance and manufacturing companies are working closely with U.S. national security agencies, providing sensitive information and in return, receiving benefits that includes access to classified intelligence, four Whistleblowers familiar with the process have confirmed.

The government has previously assured us that the “data mining” of our personal information is kept in the strictest of confidences.

Do you feel better now, not knowing who may be the actual custodian of your personal information today and who its being shared it with?

Related: IRS to be ObamaCare Reservoir of Americans Medical Records

Michigan Democrat Congressman John Conyers: U.S. on Verge of Becoming a Surveillance State

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(CBS News Detroit) Michigan Democrat Congressman John Conyers says that he fears that the nation may be “on the verge of becoming a surveillance state,” during Obama’s Watch.

Conyers comments follow growing concerns amid revelations about government surveillance of Americans.

“We have a feeling, at least some of us, that its not necessary, nor does it serve a legitimate legal protective service,” Conyers said adding that he believes the NSA surveillance on Americans is too “far reaching…and violates the fundamental privacy, of law-abiding citizens.”