By GW Shultz, reporter fro the Center for Investigative Reporting May 10, 2010 The autobiography of a former police officer in Minnesota discloses fresh details about the breadth of law enforcement spying on political protesters that took place leading up the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul. The book has received only scant attention […]
The attempted override of Governor Brad Henry’s veto of HB 2569 failed today in the OK House. HB 2569, a very popular bill by Rep. Paul Wesselhoft of the House and Sen. Dan Newberry of the Senate, prohibits “the imbedding, affixing, adhering, or assigning of a radio frequency identification tag (RFID) or RFID-type ink into or […]
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Conservatives across the nation were surprised recently when U.S. Senator Tom Coburn praised House…
Updating. . . . 5/11/10 More Norman Oklahoma Tornado Footage Remarkable shot of the Norman tornado 5/10/10 Damage near Lake Thunderbird Choctaw Aftermath AP Reporting CBS NEWS FOOTAGE Footage Norman, OK May 10, 2010 Over the National Weather Center-This was my route home today. Clouds were spinning all the way home. Funnel forming Norman shots […]
By ANDREW W. GRIFFIN Oklahoma Watchdog, editor May 10, 2010 OKLAHOMA CITY — Last year, at RipOffReport.com, a concerned citizen in Dallas, Texas wrote a piece saying he was being “raped” by the North Texas Toll Authority over charges he had allegedly accrued during his commute to and from work. It’s an alarming post. Wrote […]
The OK House has agreed to vote to override Governor Brad Henry’s veto of HB 2569, the bill prohibiting RFID tags in the OK DL/ID cards.
This vote was originally set for Wednesday, 5/5/10, but has now been moved to Tuesday, 5/11/10.
There is some evidence that the Governor is applying pressure to members of the Democrat caucus not to override his veto on this bill.
New ‘Metamaterial’ Device May Lead to See-Through Cameras and Scanners Boston University Team Makes Strides in Detecting and Controlling Terahertz Radiation CLEO/QELS WASHINGTON (BUSINESS WIRE) Devices that can mimic Superman’s X-ray vision and see through clothing, walls or human flesh are the stuff of comic book fantasy, but a group of scientists at Boston University (BU) […]