Freedom and Privacy Roundup – March 4, 2011

Welcome to the March 4, 2011 edition of freedom and privacy roundup.

Political

Jay Smith presents 20 Powerful TED Talks for Political Minds | Bachelor's Degree posted at Bachelor's Degree.

Jay Smith presents 11 Fictional Presidents We Wish Were Real posted at Online University Reviews.

Gary Voysey presents Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the Tse Tse Fly posted at Ramblings and other savageries, saying, "1891; genaesd"

Wenchypoo presents Bailout Boomerangs posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.

Privacy

Idiot/Savant presents DNA bill breaches BORA posted at No Right Turn, saying, "Spleen-vent about the NZ government's plans to go on a DNA fishing expedition"

Freedom

Preity Smith presents 80 Great Twitter Feeds for Tracking Human Rights posted at Bachelor's Degree.

Charles Chua C K presents Be Free and Be happy posted at All About Living with Life.

Socratez presents Wikicracy | Socratez Online posted at Socratez Online, saying, "An article about the hypocricy of 'free' democratic nations."

Gary Voysey presents Ahmadinejad: Obama can?t spell his own name ? Israel News, Ynetnews posted at Ramblings and other savageries.

Scott Hughes presents What Freedom Means to Me posted at Philosophy Forums, saying, "The word freedom has little meaning if we do not have a common definition. In this article, I explain my definition of freedom."

Dividist presents Obama Embraces the Bush/Cheney Unitary Executive. Again and again and again. posted at Divided We Stand United We Fall, saying, "During the FISA debate last summer, Markos Moulitsas asked "Where are the Libertarians?". He obviously was not looking very hard. No matter. As we now watch Barack Obama embrace and defend the Constitution trampling, power grabbing excesses and abuses of the Bush/Cheney imperial presidency, it is time to ask "Where are the Liberals?" Certainly there are a few liberals who have not hesitated to pick up the gauntlet, most notably Glen Greenwald, as he takes to task those whose loyalty is not to principle but to a man:"

Suppression

Gary Voysey presents Egypt Opposition to End Protest in Cairo Square « Ramblings and other savageries posted at Ramblings and other savageries.

Other

Cynthia Merritt presents The 10 Biggest Labor Showdowns in U.S. History posted at Criminal Justice Degrees Guide.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Facebook Face Off? posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.

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