Welcome to NJ, Pro Gun Citizen Forcefully Removed From Hearing in the Middle of His Testimony James Kaleda explains that the proposed NJ Gun Bills will not save any lives but will endanger them. He is ejected by Committee Chair Senator Norcross. This took place at the NJ Senate gun control hearings in Trenton on April 30, 2013.
Notice in the video the legislators laugh as they have their security (armed with guns of course) remove Kaleda before he finished his testimony.
I guess this is how they handle dissent in NJ, remove it from the building with armed guards.
How Medicaid and Obamacare Hurt the Poor - and How to Fix Them (by ReasonTV)
The problems outlined in this video = Canada in a nutshell except 30 times worse.
Introducing 30 million new consumers into the healthcare market while the supply of doctors is decreasing is not a recipe for a functioning healthcare system. Not to mention that the law pays for itself by imposing taxes on medical equipment or prohibits physician-owned hospitals. All that’s going to happen is the system is going to become even more dysfunctional which will be what they use for justification for more government regulation (while simultaneously blaming the free market).
Anarchists Get Solitary Confinement for Not Snitching
“You have to be strong. The only thing you do all day is just not break,” says Katherine “KteeO” Olejnik, on her two month detention in solitary confinement.
In September 2012, KteeO and her colleague, Matthew Duran, were imprisoned and sent to solitary confinement at Seattle Federal Detention Center for refusing to testify in front of a grand jury. They weren’t being tried for any crime, but refused to testify because of their political ideals.
I’m not typically political on this blog, but I think this is too important to simply like.
Take it as you will. I’m horrified that incidents such as the one described in this video are becoming ever more regular in our “justice” system.
“I don’t believe we’re growing. I don’t believe we’re growing at all. I do believe we’re borrowing a lot of money and we’re spending it. We’re counting spending borrowed money as economic growth.” — Peter Schiff