One from Column A, one from Column B…

As more and more questions start to be asked…

From the Washington Free Beacon-

Senators are questioning whether the National Security Agency collected bulk data on more than just Americans’ phone records, such as firearm and book purchases.

A bipartisan group of 26 senators, led by Sen. Ron Wyden (D., Ore.) asked Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to detail the scope and limits of the National Security Agency’s surveillance activities in a letter released Friday.

Read the whole article HERE.

Are we now at the point that they are going to start using this stop light chart to set us up???

One from column A, and one from column B or C = terrorist/extermist (domestic or otherwise)???



I don’t have a good answer, but I think it’s NOT going to get any better any time soon… And when you add it the potential hot spots, both literally and figuratively,  this could truly turn into a long hot summer…

I’m sleeping in this morning, considering that I finally got home at midnight last night…

Go read the folks on the sidebar, they’re GOOD!


One from Column A, one from Column B… — 14 Comments

  1. The radicalization that the Obama Administration is concerned with would include: Writing a blog critical of the Obama Administration; Attend a Tea Party Rally; Participate in a subversive organization event such as an NRA firearms competition; Join a church that opposes same-sex marriage and abortion; Express critical opinions of ObamaCare, the IRS and other key ‘organs of State policy’; Associate with known radicals (such as Old NFO), military veterans or police officers and sheriffs from conservative states; Fly an American flag at your home; and the list of radicalization continues.

    THAT is why the matrix that the NSA has established is concerning. Simply expressing a view that the Bill of Rights is important has become a subversive activity. (Witness the IRS Scandal and Homeland Security priorities for identifying radicals)

  2. ….furthermore, one could argue that the “collection scope” becomes a prelude to Farenheit 451.

  3. “Complains about bias”. Gee, I thought that’s why affirmative action all came about”.

    Glad you are home and safe, I’ll do my duty and send you some food porn photos in a day or two.

  4. I’d have more confidence in the Fed.Gov if they didn’t say that Catholics and Tea Partiers were radicals.

  5. Seems like 4 or 5 from column A and several from column B fit the President pretty well.

  6. Given that list, almost no one would pass for however they define “normal”. I guess that’s the point.

    Welcome home, sir; glad you made it back safely.

  7. Hummm . . . . given I have a blog dedicated to weapons training, that I’ve purchased significant amounts of ammunition and reloading supplies lately and that I ordered/read pretty much every worthwhile book I could find on gun fighting from Amazon . . . . I expect a knock on my door pretty much any time. I wonder how many Germans in late 1938 and early 1939 felt as many of us do now??

  8. Good that you are home and get to sleep in your own bed for a change. LL and the rest hit it on the head. But Obama and the radical Leftist are so paranoid that they jump at anything… because they KNOW they are going against the American values and way of life. And they need to be.

  9. LL- based on your profile, “I” am in serious trouble… sigh… And I think you’re probably correct!

    Brigid- Supposedly… And looking forward to the food pics!!! 🙂

    MSgt- From you, I’ll take that as a compliment! 😀

    Peter- True, but ‘that’ would be racist… sigh

    BP- Good point!

    Rev- Yep, and honestly I think that is their ‘goal’…

    Bill- There with ya, although your blog is MUCH better than mine! And I’m thinking Jews in the attic is becoming less and less metaphorical and more and more literal!

    WSF- Yep

    CP- Good point!

  10. Going from the criteria on that graphic the conclusion is inescapable: Progressives are radicals who are prone to extreme violence, better put them on a watch list and gather their phone records.