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Excerpt from "The Savage Nation" on July 24th, 2009.
Dr. Michael Savage interviews Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily. It appears that search engines, including Google, Yahoo and Bing are collaborating with the Obama administration to censor posts about the Obama Birth Certificate/Citizenship issue.
Gag The Interent.
AN OBAMA OFFICIAL'S FRIGHTENING BOOK ABOUT CURBING FREE SPEECH ONLINE
When it comes to the First Amendment, Team Obama believes in Global Chilling.
Cass Sunstein, a Harvard Law professor who has been appointed to a shadowy post that will grant him powers that are merely mind-boggling, explicitly supports using the courts to impose a "chilling effect" on speech that might hurt someone's feelings. He thinks that the bloggers have been rampaging out of control and that new laws need to be written to corral them.
Advance copies of Sunstein's new book, "On Rumors: How Falsehoods Spread, Why We Believe Them, What Can Be Done," have gone out to reviewers ahead of its September publication date, but considering the prominence with which Sunstein is about to be endowed, his worrying views are fair game now. Sunstein is President Obama's choice to head the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. It's the bland titles that should scare you the most.
Sunstein was appointed, no doubt, off the success of "Nudge," his previous book, which suggests that government ought to gently force people to be better human beings.
Czar is too mild a world for what Sunstein is about to become. How about "regulator in chief"? How about "lawgiver"? He is Obama's Obama.
Hi books www.amazon.com...
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
Reporting from New York -- CNN/U.S. President Jon Klein told staffers of "Lou Dobbs Tonight" on Thursday that the controversy regarding the legitimacy of President Obama's birth certificate -- a topic Dobbs has avidly pursued on the air -- is a "dead" story.
But in an interview, the cable news chief left open the possibility that Dobbs may continue to raise questions about why the president has not produced a long-form birth certificate. The absence of such a record has spawned rumors that Obama was not born in the United States, despite plenty of evidence to
That appeared to be a "
from the stance Klein took in his e-mail Thursday, in which he wrote that CNN researchers had determined that Hawaiian officials discarded paper documents in 2001. Because of that, Obama's long-form birth certificate no longer exists and a shorter certificate of live birth that has been made public is the official record, they reported.
Originally posted by autowrench
reply to post by Stormdancer777
I think I can sum this up for all of us. IF, operative word here, Obama is an American citizen, then why does he not make it public, and stop all the hype? I can prove my citizenship, why can't he?
THESE ARE THE PEOPLE we should be legitamitely concerned about not wither it's puppet A or puppet B in the White house
On a story that no news organization has followed more closely than WND – questions surrounding Barack Obama's birth certificate – one of the Internet's top news portals, Google News, is now placing dozens of sources and even left-leaning blogs higher in the search rankings than WND.
So appears to be Bing, the new Google competitor.
Weeks ago, when WND was one of the few sources for news information about President Obama's eligibility controversy, a search for "Obama birth certificate" on Google News would have produced dozens of WND story links.
Today, however, typing in "Obama birth certificate" and sorting by relevance leads to a long list of links apparently deemed more "relevant" than WND's coverage. Even clicking to open the top package of stories under "all news articles," any article from WND takes a while to find. Instead, four of the top five stories listed are from the left-leaning Huffington Post. The sixth story is from the Los Angeles Times, titled "How to really shut up the Obama 'birthers.'"
Originally posted by Jadette
This is baloney. Do a search for 'obama birth certificate' on each of the search engines. On Yahoo, WND comes up on the first page, on bing and google, at the top of the second page. They aren't being censored at all. They're just complaining that now that all these other venues are covering this story, they have to compete with them now in the listings.