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New Jersey Will Pay You $1000 To Destroy The 2nd Amendment

In Activism, Human Rights, Police State, Society on January 13, 2012 at 5:13 am

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Gun control in New JerseyThere is nothing more disgusting or detestable than a citizen informant. Without citizen informants, tyrants could never retain the kind of power they wield. In fact, without citizen informants, totalitarian movements would never gain traction. This is why EVERY functional oligarchy throughout history has implemented programs designed to encourage the development of common spies, using the promise of monetary reward, or collective recognition.

Turn in your neighbor for owning a gun….get $1000 REWARD in Newark, NJ [VIDEO]

Sadly, there are many in our society that would gladly sell out their closest friends and family to the tortures of authoritarian bureaucracy for nothing more than a firm pat on the head and a few fiat dollars. If there was ever a more degraded lot of bottom feeding opportunist scum, the citizen informant is the very epitome.
With the implementation of the “See Something, Say Something” program, and the increasing drive by the White House to institute community watch efforts to route out “extremists”, showcased quite clearly in strategic outlines like the ‘Empowering Local Partners To Prevent Violent Extremism In The United States’: continue reading ‘New Jersey Will Pay You $1000 To Destroy The 2nd Amendment‘, at Global Freedom Technology Firm.

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ACLU Urges U.S. Sentencing Commission to Restore Basic Fairness to Criminal Justice System

In Activism, Economics, Human Rights, Police State, Society on April 20, 2011 at 7:27 pm

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On March 21, the ACLU submitted recommendations to the U.S. Sentencing Commission in response to the commission’s request for public comments on a variety of proposed amendments to the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. In the comments, the ACLU urges the commission to:

The overarching theme of the ACLU’s comments is that by adopting the policies described above, the Sentencing Commission can take a major step toward restoring basic fairness in our criminal justice system. In the 40 years since President Nixon‘s declaration of a “war on drugs,” America has spent approximately one trillion dollars pursuing a failed policy that has had little to no effect on the supply of or demand for drugs in the United States. In fact, the major result of this “war” is that it has helped earn America the lamentable distinction of incarcerating more people – in absolute numbers and per capita – than any other nation in the world. To make matters worse, this population disproportionately and overwhelmingly consists of individuals of color and the poor.

As the independent agency responsible for setting sentencing policies for the federal courts, the commission needs to take specific practical steps to reinstate confidence in our criminal justice system. By reducing unequal and unnecessary drug sentences the commission would help wean America off its misguided reliance on ineffective, draconian policies for drug offenders that have promoted not only racial disparities in sentencing but also a sustained and costly explosion in the number of people in the federal penal system.

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Many states — including KentuckyNew Jersey and Washington — have already embraced meaningful drug sentencing reform, and the ACLU will continue working with the Sentencing Commission, the administration and Congress to ensure that the federal criminal justice system also imposes sentences that protect the public and preserve precious financial resources.

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