Filling in for George, John B. Wells was joined for the entire show by law expert Stephen Miller and Dan Johnson, founder of PANDA (People Against the National Defense Act), for a discussion on the controversial NDAA and other issues impacting freedom.
"We are heading toward the last stand for America as we are close to the edge a police state," warned Johnson. The NDAA has been enacted for the last 48 years to provide funding for the military but the latest iteration is the most dangerous, as it authorizes the indefinite detention of American citizens without charge or trial, he explained. America has actually been under a declared state of national emergency since 1933, which means the Constitution is no longer in effect, Miller added.
Johnson spoke about Section 1022 of the NDAA, which authorizes the President to waive the military custody requirement of the act. The waiver does nothing to quell the powers granted under the NDAA, he said, noting that the powerful elite are reluctant to give up any of their powers. The younger generation is not easily fooled so the elite are moving quickly to further their agenda, Miller suggested.
Johnson credited the Ron Paul revolution and the Internet with waking up his generation. Miller revealed how the government has terrorized and surveilled him, even to the point of zapping his radio prior to tonight's interview. "I don't think they are happy about what we're doing," he offered. Miller also commented on how Agenda 21 makes Michigan a Constitution-free zone. Johnson agreed, pointing out that "much of the country is under a Constitution-free zone."
While the odds of being hit by lightning are fairly remote, it didn't help this unfortunate driver on a particular rainy day in Russia. A dashboard camera captured the unlucky moment when a flash of lightning strikes the roof of an SUV. Check out the video at Yahoo's The Sideshow.
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