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Fire works.

Pretty are they not?

A spectacular show those whom have not experienced the horrors of war. A simulation of the explosions, the roar, and the crackle of fire in the night. But Stinger missiles do not blast in shades of red white and blue, and phosphorus is a white that is blindingly bright that almost burns the eyes while it lights the night sky.

What have we become?

What have we done?

“The strength of the Constitution lies entirely in the determination of each citizen to defend it. Only if every single citizen feels duty bound to do his share in this defense are the constitutional rights secure.”
― Albert Einstein

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There are a lot of scary meme’s going around about the FCC regulating the Internet effective November 30th.

Obviously someone has never bothered to do their home work.

The FCC, by their very definition on their inception, has regulated the internet since their creation in 1934.

I recommend that the Congress create a new agency to be known as the Federal Communications Commission, such agency to be vested with the authority now lying in the Federal Radio Commission and with such authority over communications as now lies with the Interstate Commerce Commission--the services affected to be all of those which rely on wires, cables, or radio as a medium of transmission. Message from Theodore Roosevelt to Congress, February 20, 1934

Underline Emphasis mine.

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