*  Wall Street Banker: “I’m surprised!   He’s a real class warrior…”

* Must read: Abdullah’s Fifty-Seven State Solution


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Some of Barack Obama’s richest supporters fear they have elected a “class warrior” to the White House, who will turn America’s freewheeling capitalism into a more regulated European system.  (Perhaps they should be giving their  money to Winds of Jihad before supporting a Marxist Muslim candidate…..) More>>

Pamela from Atlas:

More O-control of monumental proportion. Not only does this communist (Obama) want to be able to turn off the internet in America at his discretion, now he wants to be able to stop cell phone communication at his discretion.

The prison thing is laughable. Prisoners cannot have cell phones. And should one get past prison security? Hardly reason enough to give Obama’s thug force the power to shut down cell phone communciation. Talk about exception making bad law. He thinks we are frighteningly stupid.

You have to ask yourself, what is this dictatorial wannbee planning?

Eternal vigilance by the people is the price of liberty, and that you must pay the price if you wish to secure the blessing. 

Andrew Jackson

Maryland pursues cell-phone jamming test      Washinton Times hat tip Mike

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley plans to ask federal regulators to allow Maryland to hold a cell-phone jamming demonstration at a state prison to show the effectiveness of stopping inmate cell-phone use, which has been a safety threat in prisons around the nation.

The Federal Communications Commission can give federal agencies permission to jam cell-phone signals, but the Communications Act of 1934 doesn’t allow state and local agencies to use the technology, which prevents cell-tower transmissions from reaching the targeted phone.

“Current attempts to ensure that cell phones stay out of prisons can easily be foiled and must be supplanted by the best technology available,” Mr. O’Malley wrote in a letter to Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, Maryland Democrat, who is co-sponsoring legislation in Congress to legalize cell-phone jamming at state and local prisons.