A fraction of elected officials and law enforcement have spoken publicly about the Social Media password Bill that will impact millions in NY State. The fate of this Bill, and impact to citizens, remains dubious at best.
A response to State Senator Kevin Parker defense of Social Media Password Bill. Expanding on the flaws of the Bill, danger to public, and State Senator Akshar’s thoughts. Because this Bill had the luck of having a click-bait friendly title to draw interest. The next abuse of power won’t.
Government would never abuse its power like that, you say. Corruption like that could never happen, not in New York State, you say. Read the State Senate Bill and try to say that again.
The tone of the 2019 NY State Senate has now been defined with proposed legislation S09191. That tone is one of fear and persecution of firearm owners.
The 15th time we go direct to the public to speak about the issues that affect us all – in this live simulcast we talk about expression of free speech and the compelled speech that is advocated via the internet. That includes commercials and the banning of commercials, corporations big and small, the impact on all voters, and the negative impact to the Left. Plus a bit about the NY Air Show that we had exclusive coverage of. Check it out and join us next week.
Upcoming speaking event at SUNY Broome, featuring Michael “Vass” Vasquez, president of M V Consulting, Inc.
If an ever expanding list of firearms is banned, or arbitrarily seized, or ownership is criminalized, isn’t that the effective equivalent of outright seizure? Worse, the Right is being seized – and if one Right can be taken, then all Rights can. Especially when the first Right to go is the very one defending all other Rights.
In this episode we cover what Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand omitted when she talked about helping small business – how Democrats plan to hurt businesses. We continue the podcast discussing how the 2nd Amendment is being compromised – with HR 5087 and allegedly in a news story sweeping the nation. Finally we address the impact of censorship in Social Media, not just in theory but in fact with the example of Mert Melfa. It’s a lot of information that you can’t get in 30 seconds.
Given the mainstream media preference and investment in President Obama, how did they do in giving the public an honest understanding of the candidates? Overall, it can be seen that while the rampant bias of the 2008 election was not present in 2012 there was still significant bias on the part of the mainstream media and social media. What does the American public lose if the news media cannot, through partisanship and preference, ask tough questions and be the watchdog of politics as it was originally intended to be?