Friday, June 6, 2008


AUSTIN, TX - Big fat thanks to the Austin Chronicle for posting the following:

TEXANS AGAINST REAL IDs- This gathering of concerned citizens will discuss how best to stop Real ID's, one of the many ill-conceived riders from the War on Terror legislative blitz of 2005. 7:30pm. Monkey Wrench Books, 110 E. North Loop,  407-MBWK. Free.

SO .. if you connect with words like "social issues", "green party, "Marxism" or the ACLU or "Progressive democracy" - The Monkey Wrench meeting is calling your name.  From here we will equip you with whatever legislative tools will boost your advocacy against Real ID's.    Today and tomorrow, the Texas State Democratic convention will be covering all of their reform committee agendas - an anti-Real ID was not on it.

Look for an article in the future from the Lone Star Iconoclast about what the 5-11 Committee is doing.  We are in the midst of organizing a fundraiser. The 5-11 beta version of our website will be live in about 3 days.
It seemed to take forever to get BeatTheChip on the map - but right now the issue is filling in the lines with quality content that will reinforce the best bets for THE KILL OF REAL ID.

Virtual Committee Meeting Under 8lbs of Dreads

One of the 5-11 committee members on our broadcast and public affairs team is the one and only, Guymon Adams, who does a show called Liberty After Dark on Revere Radio Network.  Take for granted that his audience is attuned for news of a Constitutional nature and keeping tabs New World Order agendas. While partisan policy makers all have public documents and PAC's developing the North American Union -the Amero is at the US mint  - there are a few people in the Global Elite camp who really don't want you to dwell on those facts. Unlike Jamison Foser at Media Matters, Guymon won't tell you that the NAU is a myth.   It would really help us all if it didn't exist, but there's a budget for it in the taxpayer reports. They really aren't doing a great job of hiding it. NONETHELESS , our public affairs hero has finally posted an archived account of yet another virtual 5-11 Campaign Committee Meeting.

Monday, June 2, 2008

Progressives Latest to Join Real ID Fights

Commentary c/o 

Progressives may be giving the new rallying cry against the perils posed by Real ID's.  This may bridge partisam divides, which in the past, pitched Real ID reforms squarely in the championship range of Ron Paul Republicans and the Libertarian party. Remember, it took both the House and the Senate to pass the Real ID Act of 2005.

Chief critics of the Real ID Act have marshalled their attacks on the new ID's based on privacy, identity security and vulnerable state budgets in a time of precarious economics in American history.   As States' collective opposition to Real ID's mount, evidence reveals that privacy, identity security and state fiscal affairs have activated many sleepy citizens to move against an orwellian reality, contrary to DHS's rhetoric that "the people have spoken loudly that they want [Real IDs]". This exposes party divides into a different polarization.  This would be those who want a globalized American modern politic to include personal attributions of your 3D biometric facial profile in an international database and those who feel that we should be going a different direction with US foreign policy - which includes a strong focus on domestic restoration of Constitutional protections.  This would also mean reeling back in the mile of trust from the inches given to FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security over the devastations and neglect of Post-Katrina New Orleans, the anullment of Habeas Corpus, and warrantless wiretapping due to the Patriot Act to name a few of the depraved indifferences endured by dutiful American taxpayers.

The former feel a need to shame Americans for being so backward in not performing at a world class level of citizen accountability.  The latter feel the need to extricate themselves from globalized politics used to suffocate the US taxpaying constituency and overextend themselves in foreign affairs where we know our presence is a detriment.   Whatever political philosophies abound regarding Real ID's - the breakdown is the same, state governments will have to come up with a painful amount of money to implement a grossly intrusive, compromised and fundamentally unpatriotic national ID card likened to those used in the European Union.  The Electronic Privacy  Information Center release a report last month on the debilitating and far-reaching losses the average American will endure due to Real ID's. The report contains comprehensive information on what lies ahead for America if we continue in this path.

Progressives have had to ride nuanced lines to support humanizing social values in liberal political culture.  Often they have reason and merit.  Conversely, for the same reasons they are as equally overlooked and marginalized as their right-winged counterparts.   If Real ID is any type of worthy fight it will require every American voting constituency to be represented with a voice to repeal The Real ID Act of 2005.  

After January 2010- everyone, party affiliation or no, will get a