Real ID

Seth A. sent me an email asking if I was going to rant about the “Real ID” passing Congress now.  Heavy sigh.  It’s so wrong on so many levels and I just don’t have the energy for something I can’t … Continue reading

Nice sentiment

A bill being proposed in New Hampshire would make felons out of Federal Law enforcement officers that attempt to enforce certain Federal anti-gun laws: II. Any official, agent, or employee of the government of the United States, or employee of … Continue reading

Gray areas

Sebastian posted a very important piece about what MAIG is up to. It’s important stuff but that is his domain and I don’t have the time to get up to speed on MAIG enough to contribute anything of importance to … Continue reading

Softening us up

I’ve expounded at length about the problems with National ID Cards and how it fails my Jews In The Attic Test. I haven’t heard much about such cards recently. There is the defacto National ID Cards in the form of Real … Continue reading

Feds urged to repeal new ID law

That’s the headline for this article referring to a resolution being considered in the Washington State legislature: A resolution sponsored by Rep. Toby Nixon, R-Kirkland, heard by the House Transportation Committee this week, calls on Congress and President Bush to repeal … Continue reading

Our future with ID cards

The Brits did a trial run on a biometric ID card with 10,000 people.  The results are in: THE technology behind the government’s controversial ID card scheme fails to recognise one in every 25 people, it emerged yesterday. A Home … Continue reading