Monthly Archives: December 2011

MCCRC returns to protest NDAA, finds Obama Maryland office empty

As promised by Twitter, Facebook, and email, we returned to the Obama Kensington campaign office yesterday to protest the imminent signing of the National Defense Authorization Act.  A cold and windy late winter afternoon probably helped keep our own numbers … Continue reading

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Video: MCCRC visits Obama MD campaign HQ

For a writeup, see the prior post, “With NDAA looming, MCCRC activists pay the Obama campaign a visit.” —  A second protest will be held at the same location next Wednesday, Dec. 28, starting at 4:30pm; sign up for it … Continue reading

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With NDAA looming, MCCRC activists pay the Obama campaign a visit

President Obama announced last week that he was not planning to veto the National Defense Authorization Act — a bill with provisions upending the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and arguably common law dating back to the Magna Carta: the … Continue reading

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County Council tables curfew, loitering bills

On Tuesday the County Council voted on the youth curfew and loitering/prowling bills  — but neither approved or rejected either one.  Instead, in a procedure that left at least one pro-curfew councilmember fuming, the Council simply tabled both bills. While … Continue reading

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Protect Your Digital Privacy: WiFi

Coffee houses have a historical caché as the place where revolutions are born, but today they are also one of the easiest places for the authorities or others to eavesdrop on your electronic communications. Broadband wireless, or WiFi, is not … Continue reading

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