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10/07/2004 Archived Entry: ""
Gordon P. writes, H.R. 10 and S. 2845 are two bills receiving virtually _no_ media attention, yet they have immense potential to expand the intrusive powers of the FedGov. If passed, these bills contain text and amendments that will: 1.) Greatly expand the domestic surveillance powers of the FedGov; 2.) Turn state driver's licenses into de-facto National ID cards; 3.) Interlink all state databases to allow Federal "data mining"; 4.) Give the Attorney General the power to compel all businesses to submit all job applicants to the FedGov for approval. Again, I must wonder if the agency in charge of these domestic intrusions will be called "The Committee for State Security" (KGB) or "The Ministry for State Security" ("the Stasi")... >:-(