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MacMinute reports that speeches from the Democratic National Convention are now available for free download via the iTunes music store. Problems sleeping? Just grab John Kerry's speech. Want to learn a foreign language? Go download Teresa Heinz Kerry's riveting piece. There's something for everyone.
Conservatives, fear not, RNC speeches will be available following that convention, which kicks off on August 30.
Ok, when I first heard about this, I thought it was just another internet hoax making the rounds, but it looks like there's meat to this one, and folks need to speak up and make their voices heard.
I'm speaking about the INDUCE Act, check that link for more info and what you can do about it. Also do a Google seach on 'INDUCE Act' and you'll come up with more info.
I'm a Wright leaning sort, but this bill needs to be stopped...
This link found it's way into my mailbox today, you can now have a copy of the US Constitution on your iPod, courtesy the American Constitution Society.
I heard an interesting story on the news this AM on my way in to work. It seems that there is a movement afoot to return the right to vote to convicted felons, after they have served their time and paid their debt to society. To me, this seems fair, and at this point I don't think I have any problems with that.
The story then went on that they're using the slogan 'Taxation without representation', claiming that since these folks are taxpaying citizens, they should have a voice. Here's where I start having problems...