The New Film, “Snowden,” is a Must-See About All Americans!

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NSA Whistle-blower, Edward Snowden

Maryland Congressman Warning People Don’t See Snowden Movie:
http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2016/09/16/md-congressman-warning-people-dont-see-snowden-movie/

(Rick Ritter) A highly anticipated new movie hits theaters this weekend about the life of Edward Snowden, a Maryland man who worked for the NSA and leaked classified documents. Now a prominent Maryland congressman is urging people not to see the movie.

He labels himself a whistle blower, but critics call him a traitor. The saga of Edward Snowden has captivated the world for the past three years. His story is now a Hollywood movie.

In 2013, the Maryland man and NSA contractor leaked thousands of pages of classified government documents to media. Snowden says he wanted to expose the government’s collection of U.S. citizens’ private information. He now lives in Russia in asylum, and faces espionage charges in the U.S.

“I don’t know what tomorrow looks like, but I’m glad for the decision I made,” Snowden said.

The movie follows Snowden, from a young Army recruit to a computer expert for the NSA.

A new report released this week by the House Intelligence Committee says Snowden was just a disgruntled employee, and is not a whistle blower. It says the majority of the documents he stole were military and defense secrets–nothing to do with Americans’ privacy.

The movie Snowden hits theaters across the country this weekend, and Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger says Americans shouldn’t give Snowden any more publicity.

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My Commentary: Go see this movie. It’s about you.

Purge the Disease Called Authoritarianism, or it Will Continue to Rot the Very Roots of Our Societies

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Maryland Police Ban Tourists from Taking Roadside Pictures With Sunflowers:
http://thefreethoughtproject.com/maryland-police-ban-sunflowers/

(John Vibes) Each year, towards the end of summer, sunflowers pop up in fields across Harford County and they become somewhat of an attraction for people who want to take pictures or pick a few flowers to take with them.

However, this year, local police have ruined the fun and issued a statement telling motorists that they are no longer allowed to pull over to appreciate the sunflowers.

There has not been a major incident or accident to prompt this ban, just some complaints of minor traffic slowdowns on a country road. The field is located on a country road and near a red light, so while cars would have to stop to allow pedestrians to cross the road, the traffic on the street is so calm that it does not cause any major congestion.

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My Commentary: Authoritarianism is a disease. We must purge this corruption, or it will continue to rot the very roots of our societies.

Debating Police Brutality Against Non-Combative Student Inside Baltimore High School

The following debate originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “School Police Officer Repeated Slaps, Then Kicks, 16-Year-Old Student While Partner Stands By, Watching“…

Rayn: Fuck the police.

School Police Officer Repeated Slaps, Then Kicks, 16-Year-Old Student While Partner Stands By, Watching:

Greg C.: It takes insanity to police insanity…

Rayn: It takes the insane to justify the beating of children.

Greg C.: One slap yes…not 5 but its insanity no doubt.

Genaire: Adults, especially adults in a position of authority, should not hit children. When the parents of this child retaliates with justified violence then they should not be looked upon as the villain.

GenaireNow the taxes of the community will undoubtedly increase due to the issuing lawsuit.

Greg C.: Im wondering what the kid did. It had to be something to bring out such a reaction. I find it really filled with hypocrisy that just a short time ago HBO had “The Wire” on and it was an identical and absolute realistic representation of Baltimores aggressive policing against the drug trade. NOBODY SAID ANYTHING, THEY SAW IT AND THEY BOUGHT IT, with praise and now (politicians) are saying “No, No – This isnt right”

Rayn: Why not wonder how many other victims the cop has done this to before? (Click Here to Continue Reading This Post)

School Police Officer Repeatedly Slaps, Then Kicks, Non-Combative 16-Year-Old Student While Partner Stands By, Watching

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School Police Officer Repeated Slaps, Then Kicks, 16-Year-Old Student While Partner Stands By, Watching:

My Commentary: Fuck the police.

Police Shooting Victim, Kodi, Son of Korryn Gaines, Gives an Eyewitness Account of His Mother’s Murder that Contradicts Narrative of State

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Police shooting victim, Kodi Gaines, gives his eyewitness account of his mother, Korryn's, murder

Police shooting victim, Kodi Gaines, gives his eyewitness account of his mother, Korryn’s, murder

Watch: Korryn Gaines’s 5-Year-Old Son Speaks Out From Hospital Bed About His Mother’s Killing:
http://www.bet.com/news/national/2016/08/04/watch–korryn-gaines–five-year-old-son-speaks-out-from-hospital.html

The shooting and killing of Korryn Gaines has many debating whether or not the actions taken by the Baltimore County Police were justified. During the shooting, Gaines’s 5-year-old son, Kodi, was shot and injured.

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My Commentary: In a series of videos recorded by his family from his hospital bed, Gaines’ son states that he chose to stay with his mother when she was murdered by the State, declining the option he had to leave with his father. He explains that armed State thugs “kicked down the door” of his family’s home, and that he spent time hiding in the closet upon their forced entry into his residence. He recounts how the State thugs fired their weapons at his mother, first, and how he witnessed them shoot her down. He also reveals that the State thugs then shot him in the arm as he tried to run away from them upon witnessing them murder his mother.