Obama signs new NDAA American detention guidelines

On Thursday, March 1, the die has been cast again as the American Republic entered the post-NDAA era. On March 1, the major provisions of that unconstitutional measure went into legal effect. Then, with another stroke of his pen, President Barack Obama implemented a set of regulations establishing the policies for implementing the immense powers granted him by the National Defense Authorization Act. Thus, he, and we, crossed into uncharted territory.Full Story at  New AMerican
The media have portrayed these directives as a move by President Obama proving the strength and sincerity of his resolve to never deploy the military to detain American citizens without a trial. A closer look reveals that the media blowing of the President’s trumpet is mostly sound and fury, signifying nothing.

Now we get our news from Russian T.V. Thanks Russia. I am a news junkie, but I sure missed the reporting of this gem. H/T: to Commie Blaster for the lead.

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In December of last year, the US Congress voted to pass the National Defense Authorization Act. The bill will allows the indefinite detention and torture of American citizens without a trial. This week President Obama has tweaked the highly controversial bill making it discretionary for the military to detain suspects, but it still gives him the authority to detain suspects. So does this change restore liberties that were originally stripped? David Seaman, journalist and host of the DL Show, joins us to analyze the changes.

Recall Rand Paul and his speech of what now makes up a Terrorist?

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