New Political Comic Series Depicts the War on Terror

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The war on Terror has caused many Americans their lives, From the attacks on 911 to the war in Iraq. Democracy has been shaken up, Americans no longer have the past freedoms they where used to having.

Americans no longer have the privacy they where used to having. What is going on with America? The constitution Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin wrote is being shaken to its very core? The constitution was setup by congress to protect the American people from intrusive government. Americans Today have no privacy. Americans today have no Internet privacy, companies like Aol, and Msn are required to monitor your on line movements. Almost inherently violating Americans right to privacy in their own home.

The comic strip series is going to be titled “who's watching America?”. Well who is watching America? Is is the US Government, US corporations, or the Pentagon?

As a person Steven feels that the right to individual privacy in paramount. Every person has the right to privacy under the constitution. The US government has asked Aol, Msn, Google, ask jeeves and various other search engines to save their on line tracking data so they can monitor ip addresses and see where you are surfing. Think of this a Giant movie camera following everyone around watching their movements, watching them sleep eat, and love. The idea of being watched everyday by some person you don't know is not good, the idea of being watched without a court order is without a doubt a violation of the constitutional right to privacy.

About the artist Steven Roach, He was born in New York city. He grew up in Grants Pass Oregon.

Steven Roach studied art at Rogue Community College. He Studied under Walter Paddget.

He is currently attending Portland State University Pursuing a Ba in Art Drawing and print making.


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