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The Good Ol Boys Club

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Well it seems that the recent Dubai ports deal has fallen due to a blatant prejudice against the United Arab Emirates. Make no mistake about it; the decision was based on the nationality of its people. The company has the best record for port operations in the world; it passed an initial background inspection, and […]

Citizen Accountability

Thursday, March 2nd, 2006

I have seen President Bush lie, steal, cheat, kill, destroy civil liberties, deny our history of scientific discovery, promote the parochial religious belief of creationism, create a culture of fear and the illusion of representative government, and get re-elected. Now a new and improved section in the recently renewed Patriot Act gives continued power to […]

war “quickie”

Saturday, February 25th, 2006

Well I’m happy to be back up and running on our new permanent site. Thanks to my friend and some excellent directions from word press we switched from n0nc0mpliance.com to noncompliance.org without loosing data. So…. here we are. I read recently in the news that the war in Iraq is becoming less of an insurrection […]

What?

Monday, January 30th, 2006

If you, like many others, are wondering why it is that a group like Hamas was elected, it is a simple case of pride. Its the same feeling that we Americans got when we decided to rebel against Brittish rule in 1776. The only difference is, we Americans are now the big imperial masters […]

In the news, and not.

Saturday, January 28th, 2006

Amidst the nice tropical breeze in a botanical garden, I read the New York Times while drinking my morning coffee. I thought about how lucky I was to be sitting there, instead of the mess of a world that the Times reports on. With each turn to read the extensions of headline articles, I am […]

Free from Liberty

Tuesday, January 10th, 2006

I dont understand the tolerance that Americans seem to have for the trumping of our civil liberties. The recent issues that have come about with regard to unwarranted spying on Americans drew no real outrage by the general public. There were no protests, and no real resistance against what I see as a major problem. […]

Pulse Post

Tuesday, November 1st, 2005

I have not written in almost a month. I thought that it would be nice to enter into November with a fresh post. So here it is. I would first like to talk about the Scooter Libby indictment. I cannot believe that this guy is the only one who could be found guilty of any […]

Eminent Domain

Saturday, October 8th, 2005

Well hello my faithful readers, its time to once again enter just another chapter on the corporate domination of our country. Before I begin, please let me go over something that is apparent in todays American society, apathy. Since I began writing this blog, I have uncovered numerous things that average American people do not […]

DC Survey

Friday, September 30th, 2005

I recently came from the national anti-war protest in Washington DC with, again, mixed feelings about the American perception of the war and the political arena in general. Perhaps the most troubling thing I found was in the form of a simple statement from a passenger on a train. He attended the school Catholic […]

The spread of Terrorism?

Monday, September 12th, 2005

In a report by the AP today, Bush and his administration have accused Syria of allowing terrorist insurgents enter Iraq through Damascus. It seems that the efforts on behalf of the united states have become ineffective at stopping the flow of religious fundimentalists who want to become terrorists.
Here is the problem I have, and […]