Alas, the vote was taken, and a fresh steaming pile of fascism was passed onto the floor of the Senate. Only Senator Gorman had the presence of mind (apologizing as she did so) to point out that the committee had not been notified of the Bill’s heari
Fans of toll booths, checkpoints and restricted travel will be pleased to learn that SB1420 is being pushed through the Transportation Committee on Tuesday 2/26/08 at 1:30pm in Senate Hearing Room 3 at the State Capitol. With the Senate nearing a dea
Jay is the primary sponsor of the Bill. This bill has very dangerous and Orewellian language in it. This has to stop while it's in committee
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...the enrollment agency can be the DMV within any state, & the SSN, birth certificate documents can also be stored within the card, & not within a national database, available for access by every county, state & federal agency...
The next time you want to leave the USA. will your government let you go? When you want to come back, will they allow you to come home? Unless people assert their rights, maybe not. And you’ll need the government to gıve you papers or permission
Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano says the deployment of new photo radar enforcement technology on state highways is all about public safety. But her proposed state budget counts on the speeding fines to help erase a projected revenue shortfall.
...under a $781,588 state contract, 150,000 surveys were mailed to homes stating: "You are being asked to participate in these efforts because the license plate of a vehicle registered in (your) name was randomly recorded" during a highway
Are drivers ready to be scanned like groceries at the supermarket? Technology scans drivers and passengers with bursts of infrared light that detect human skin. The technology is so sophisticated that it can distinguish human faces from decoy dummies
Enter researchers from the Univ of Iowa Public Policy Center, who have developed a system for charging you by the distance traveled, instead of by the gallon of fossil fuel. 2,700 drivers from Maryland,Texas,North Carolina,Idaho, and California
The town of Prescott Valley is preparing to add speed cameras to the freeways that run through the town beginning October 6. The program is a joint project with the state Departments of Public Safety and Transportation.
Millions of inventions pass quietly through the US patent office each year. Patent No. 7,033,406 did, too, until energy insiders spotted six words in the filing that sounded like a death knell for the internal combustion engine.
Continuing its work to expose governments’ efforts to control our movements through various schemes requiring, ”Your papers, please!”, the Identity Project has filed formal comments with the Department of Fatherland Security...
U.S. truckers will become the next unemployment victims of insourcing from Mexico's truckers. U.S. citizens will become victims from unqualified drivers, substandard trucks, lack safety protocol and horrific crashes. Find out why.
The United Auto Workers union appears to be simultaneously crafting new labor contracts with each of the three Detroit automakers, a break from traditional tactics but one motivated by a desire to keep the financially strapped American companies aliv
The state will allow Redflex to run a pair of speed camera vans on roads anywhere in the state where they might generate significant revenue. The cameras are merely the first installment in a more comprehensive plan by Governor Janet Napolitano
Springfield found that lengthening yellow warning times at intersections with photo radar cameras eliminated ticket profits. To increase profits, the city will move the cameras to intersections with shorter yellow warning times.
Recently proposed Homeland Security rules would prohibit anonymous travel by air or sea, compel monitoring of travelers and collection of lifetime travel records and control movement through requiring prior permission of the DHS.
New legislation will require visitors to the US to register their travel plans 48 hours before departing for the US. The agreement -- signed by the US and the European Union -- will allow the US Dept of Homeland Security(DHS) to continue using
A flying saucer that glides 10 feet off the ground and carries 2 passengers has gone into commerical production. US company Moller International has begun to manufacture parts for its Jetsons-like personal flying pod, the M200G Volantor.