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Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 16, 2013
Absolute Rights, the freedom fighting news and opinion source, has sent the latest edition of its Digital Newsletter to online readers. Articles on executive orders, the mainstream media, and national debt are included and written by Managing Editor Tim Young and his contributing writers.
The main article is by Brent Dickerson, who examines the intentions of our president to use executive orders to bypass the constitutional authority of Congress. Threats to the Second Amendment are seemingly forthcoming, as Obama prepares for gun rights restrictions in the wake of recent violent gun crimes.
“If he is allowed to continue to trespass on our rights, as he has blatantly done in the past, without recourse then he will continue to press forward with new and more offensive rules,” wrote Dickerson. “He will become more extreme and daring with each new order.”
The Contender’s Corner portion of the Newsletter was authored by Young, and shares perspective on the government’s latest supposed solution for the national debt problem. Young wrote that “a trillion dollar coin that we mint purely for the purpose of paying off our own debt is a staggeringly stupid idea.”
Young contests that the founding fathers would have never reduced to such measures, and argues that the idea will do little to curb the overspending and incomprehensible debt. “Surely, there must be a better way to accomplish what we need to,” wrote Young in the article.
The next section in the Newsletter is the Crisis Ops article, written by Dickerson and focusing on the manipulations of the media.
“Thousands of events happen throughout the world on a daily basis, and we cannot be privy to them all at every given moment, so the media acts as a kind of filter. They choose what information lives and what information dies,” Dickerson wrote. “While the debate over controlling our lives explodes in Washington, be aware that there is more to the debate than what is being presented to you by the media.”
Grady Kerr wrote the last article in the Newsletter, the Global Watch portion that zooms in on foreign news and opinion. The latest version covers the story of Osama bin Laden’s capture and death, which includes photographs never released for national security reasons.
“Now a conservative legal group, Judicial Watch, is demanding that these photos be released to the public. They contend that The Freedom of Information Act requires the government to release the pictures or better explain why the release of specific images would damage national security,” Kerr wrote in the article.
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