In other good news:
People on both sides are now working together against the latest NDAA bill, giving the government the possiblity to lock up anyone for life without trial – merely on suspicion.
“Any statute that could possibly be interpreted to allow a president to detain American citizens without charge or trial is incredibly alarming,” said Landry, a freshman lawmaker and member of the Tea Party Caucus who has introduced a bill in the House to clarify the law.
[..] “You go down a slippery slope,” Franken (D-Sen.) told The Hill. “To not give people a hearing, to not give an American citizen the right to have his case heard in a court — I think that’s one of our basic rights. Once we’re starting to get rid of our basic rights, we’re in real trouble.”
Finally some pushback on the 1% doctrine.