Mark 4: 24-25 NLT

everything that is hidden will eventually be brought into the open, and every
secret will be brought to light.
with ears to hear should listen and understand.”
Then he added, “Pay close attention to what you hear. The closer you listen, the more
understanding you will be given
—and you will receive even more.
those who listen to my teaching, more understanding will be given
But for those
who are not listening, even what little understanding they have will be taken
away from them.”

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Monday, February 25, 2013

Coast To Coast AM Feb 22 2013 Anti-NDAA Legislation & Open Lines C2CAM
Host:John B. Wells
Guests:Bob Hasegawa, Jared Wright, Open Lines
Filling in for George, John B. Wells was joined in the first hour by Washington State Senator Bob Hasegawa, who discussed his efforts to repeal the indefinite detention provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Fighting the controversial law is personal for Hasegawa, as his parents and other relatives were put into detainment camps in southern Idaho for three years during World War II. Despite this violation of due process, some Japanese Americans volunteered to serve in doomed missions with the segregated 442nd Regimental Combat Team, he noted. Hasegawa lamented the power that money wields in the political process and called for a cultural shift back the Golden Rule as a guiding philosophy. If you get the most out of the system, you are morally obligated to put the most back into the system, he said. Hasegawa recommended talking about this issue with family and pledged to continue his fight against the NDAA.
In the second hour, Colorado State Representative Jared Wright spoke about his related work on anti-NDAA legislation. The NDAA has the potential to be very dangerous to the constitutional fabric of the country, Wright warned. For those who may not yet fully understand the threat of indefinite detention posed by this law, Wright echoed Hasegawa in noting that it has already happened and was upheld by the Supreme Court. Not only were the rights of 120,000 Japanese Americans suspended 70 years ago but several thousand U.S citizens of German and Italian descent as well, he explained. Wright credited our present age of 'war frenzy' for motivating many politicians, including President Obama, to support the NDAA. He suggested that unconstitutional arrests are already happening under the law and cautioned that anyone at anytime could be accused of a so-called 'belligerent' act against the country and arrested too.

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