January 27, 2012
Where not to go: Danger Zones
Wrote Donna Leinwand Leger in yesterday's USA Today: "Each year, U.S. citizens are abducted abroad. The State Department repeatedly warns Americans about kidnap threats in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Mexico, Colombia, the Philippines and many African countries."
See also yesterday's post on the NSA's tips for travelers.
January 27, 2012 at 04:01 PM | Permalink
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Compton, Virginia Tech, Washington, D.C. Neighborhoods, certain physician's homes in CT, areas of Brooklyn and the South Bronx, Chicago, New Orleans, Harris County, Tx, Miami-Dade and all of Arizona seem to be missing. WTF?
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Jan 28, 2012 3:43:47 AM
Every year, U.S. citizens are murdered abroad--by the US government. And now POTUS has signed into law the repeal of constitutional protections of U.S. citizens from such murder. The Feds can legally now do anything to anybody anywhere--citizen or not.
Of course, they were anyway. That's what being the the Mafia boss--in this case, the only imperial power--is all about.
Hey, is that a drone I see coming?
Posted by: Michael Slaughter | Jan 27, 2012 10:45:01 PM
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