September 1st  -  249 notes  -  J
Liberal: Stop forcing your beliefs down other people's throats!
Liberal: (Five seconds later) Forcibly taking money from people and giving it to others who are less fortunate is fine because I believe it's what people should do! If they don't want to help, we should force them to.
Conservative: We have a right from God to enforce morality!
Conservative: (Five seconds later) Let's bomb every country who is different!
Libertarian: Respect that everyone has their liberty, and leave everyone alone!
Libertarian: (Five seconds later) Respect that everyone has their liberty, and leave everyone alone!
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August 31st  -  8 notes  -  J

Peter Schiff says he is voting for Romney because he is the “lesser of two evils.” Really disappointed in Schiff after everything he’s done and stood for!

August 31st  -  1 note  -  J

Doug Wead: Romney Threatened Ron Paul with PR A-Bomb

Ron Paul’s Senior 2012 Campaign Adviser Doug Wead gives WeAreChange an exclusive interview about the Ron Paul RNC delegate controversy, criticism of Jesse Benton, and the real reason Ron Paul didn’t attack Mitt Romney during the campaign.

August 17th  -  2 notes  -  J

WRC Wrap-Up: Arrested Lemon Seeking Asylum

This week’s episode: the Julian Assange situation, an update on’s Amemo Freemon, a young girl raising money to help stop slavery, and Lemonade Freedom Day in DC.

August 16th  -  65 notes  -  J
Judge Says It’s OK To Use Your Seized Phone To Impersonate You And Entrap Your Friends.

“A federal judge has upheld the practice of police using seized phones to impersonate their owners, reading messages and sending sending entrapping replies to contacts in the phone’s memory, without a warrant. The judge reasoned that constitutional privacy rights don’t apply to messages if they appear on a seized device — even if the messages originated with someone who has not been arrested or is under suspicion of any crime:

A federal appeals court held that the pager owner’s Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure were not violated because the pager is “nothing more than a contemporary receptacle for telephone numbers,” akin to an address book. The court also held that someone who sends his phone number to a pager has no reasonable expectation of privacy because he can’t be sure that the pager will be in the hands of its owner.

Judge Penoyar said that the same reasoning applies to text messages sent to an iPhone. While text messages may be legally protected in transit, he argued that they lose privacy protections once they have been delivered to a target device in the hands of the police. He claimed that the same rule applied to letters and e-mail. (Police would still need to seize or search a phone or computer legally, and phones are much easier for cops to seize than computers, which generally require a warrant.)

"On his own iPhone, on his own computer, or in the process of electronic transit, Hinton’s communications are shielded by our constitutions," he wrote, referring to both the state and federal constitutions. "But after their arrival, Hinton’s text messages on Lee’s iPhone were no longer private or deserving of constitutional protection." Penoyar rejected Roden’s privacy arguments on similar grounds.

It’s legal: cops seize cell phone, impersonate owner
August 15th  -  0 notes  -  J

U.S. Rep Timothy Huelskamp: GMO’s Perfectly Safe Facepalm

Kansas Representative Timothy Huelskamp gets asked by WeAreChange correspondent Julio N Rausseo if he favors labeling genetically modified food or not.

Huelskamp claims GMOs are “perfectly safe” and that environmentalist groups use false information and scare tactics.

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August 14th  -  0 notes  -  J

Harassed for Filming: The Confrontation of Henry Paulson [video]

Before confronting Henry Paulson (former US Secretary of the Treasury & Goldman Sachs chairman), Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gets harassed & intimidated by NYPD Officers for filming, then has an exchange with a secret service member during & after the confrontation.

August 14th  -  52 notes  -  J

Police Drone Crashes into Police

The Montgomery County (Texas) Sheriff’s Office had a big day planned. After becoming the first department in the country with its own aerial drone ($300,000!), they were ready for a nice photo op. And then the drone crashed into a SWAT team.

August 14th  -  89 notes  -  J
August 14th  -  1 note  -  J

Lemonade and Raw Milk Freedom Day in Washington DC

"Coming up in just a few short days is an amazing opportunity to join thousands of other like-minded individuals in taking a unified stand for health and food freedom. From Friday, August 17, to Saturday, August 18, the Raw Milk Freedom Riders (RMFR) will help co-host Lemonade Freedom Day, a special two-day event in the Washington, D.C., area that aims to educate the public about how to demonstrate peaceful non-compliance in the face of tyranny, as well as how to rally and organize others to do the same." Learn more:

This is going to be a great day!




August 14th  -  2 notes  -  J

Occupy Wall Street and Tea Party unite in Iowa against Big Brother

Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange talks to William A Johnson about how he united Occupy Wall Street and The Tea Party in Dubuque, Iowa behind a populist cause: red light cameras.

August 12th  -  0 notes  -  J

WeAreChange weekly wrap-up: Vengeful Orwellian Rain Dancing

On this week’s episode of the WRC Wrap-Up, Sierra Adamson breaks down Roger Pion’s tractor rampage, Hillary Clinton’s failed diplomacy, Gary Harrington’s terrorist rainwater collecting operation, and the new independent film, Gray State.

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"I am a member of the Federal Reserve, which is the most insidious one."

Paul Volcker, former Chairman of The Federal Reserve under United States Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan, gets confronted by Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange about his attendance of past Bilderberg meetings.