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What the paper isn't telling you
We'll cover some untold stories about Edward Snowden, including his online statements from years ago where he apparently was very critical of leakers. He also recently, when meeting with lawyers in Hong Kong, had visitors put their cell phones in a fridge. Why? We'll cover that as well. And the continued distraction of "where in the world is Edward Snowden" is picked up by the president of Ecuador.
What else are you not hearing about? We'll update you on the latest news concerning Michael Hastings' untimely death.
... and the use of drones is coming closer to home with the St. Louis police looking to utilize them in "high crime" areas.
Government sanctioned relationships
DOMA shouldn't have even been on the books to begin with. Nowhere in the US Constitution does it say the word "marriage." Nowhere in the Bill of Rights or the other amendments to the US Constitution does it have the word "marriage." So why is the federal government even taking up the issue of marriage? Why is the government in the business of marriage (gay or straight)? What is in the US Constitution: The words "right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed," "unreasonable search and seizure," and other things that the government is currently violating. What's so great about being married anyway? So now the second class citizenship status has been foisted upon all those single people out there ... a group that is now being kept from tax breaks and other benefits.