March 6, 2012

mclarissa:

H.R. 347 was passed unanimously in the senate and almost unanimously in congress with only 3 voting no. Though this bill is labeled  Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011 (Referred in Senate - RFS) in a brilliant piece of Orwellian Newspeak, it makes free speech, dissent, right to assemble and 1st amendment criminal. It is a crime to do the things we Americans brag to the world about, send our kids to war for. FREEDOM!

Obama will probably sign it, just as he was happy to re-up The Patriot Act, NDAA, and ACTA. He could veto it and then force Congress/Senate to vote to overturn it thereby putting it in the media spotlight. But that is not what happens. Instead, these laws of authoritarian design that strips away our liberties are snuck in under the radar while most of the citizens are just trying not to slip further into ruin.

Ask yourselves, is this really the land of the free when dissent is now a criminal act?

When freedom is outlawed then only outlaws will be free and apparently the US is marching is goose step toward a future in which only corporations and the very wealthy/powerful have free speech. They will make the rules and it will be for their best interest often at the expense of all else. This is what is going on right now (Citizens United) but the weapon in which Patriots have had the most success-protest-is now made illegal.

A government afraid of its people is a democracy but people afraid of its government is tyranny.

Now this country with the biggest armies, the most lethal weapons, and perhaps the most influence on the world stage can do anything it wants to its people, and others around the world. Who will stop it now? Who can? How many of US are willing to make the sacrifice of jail, bankruptcy, stigmatization, loss of a job, home, even voting rights? Maybe when enough people lose enough just following the rules or friend and family that they are willing to make the sacrifice it will take to dissent. However, by then it could be too late.

We will be demonized as terrorists when all we wanted was what our forefathers and founding fathers promised US. Freedom. Did you think this was possible?

And now we have drones, cameras everywhere, and facial recognition software.

I will fight until they come for me and put me in a box, torture me, and driven  mad. Only in madness can this be reconciled.

(via anonymissexpress)

March 6, 2012
#Dow and #Monsanto Join Forces to Bring #AgentOrange Component to America’s Heartland

anonymissexpress:

Posted by Good German on March 4, 2012, via

Ear Of CornRichard Schiffman writes on OpEdNews:

In a match that some would say was made in hell, the nation’s two leading producers of agro-chemicals have joined forces in a partnership to reintroduce the use of the herbicide 2, 4-D, one half of the infamous defoliant Agent Orange, which was used by American forces to clear jungle during the Vietnam War. These two biotech giants have developed a weed management program that, if successful, would go a long way toward a predicted doubling of harmful herbicide use in America’s corn belt during the next decade.

The problem for corn farmers is that “superweeds” have been developing resistance to America’s best-selling herbicide Roundup, which is being sprayed on millions of acres in the Midwest and elsewhere. Dow Agrosciences has developed a strain of corn that it says will solve the problem. The new genetically modified variety can tolerate 2, 4-D, which will kill off the Roundup resistant weeds, but leave the corn standing. Farmers who opt into this system will be required to double-dose their fields with a deadly cocktail of Roundup plus 2, 4-D, both of which are manufactured by Monsanto.

But this plan has alarmed environmentalists and also many farmers, who are reluctant to reintroduce a chemical whose toxicity has been well established. The use of 2, 4-D is banned in several European countries and provinces of Canada

Read more here.

(via mymanatee)

March 5, 2012
Project #Antishock: Project #AntiShock

antishock:

Short version: Think of it as the cure to the shock doctrine as Naomi Klein put it. To everything there is a history, an actor, an action, and a method. By defining the terms, we define differences. Where there are differences, there is a current. A motion. Where there is movement there is more…

(Source: )

February 27, 2012
youranonnews:



OUR POLLS — OCCUPY THE VOTE - ELECTION SEASON 2012

Announcing “OUR POLLS” - A new joint effort between Anonymous and the Occupy Movement to hold politicians accountable to the People.

Elected officials serve one purpose — to represent their constituents, the people who voted them into office. Last year, many of our elected officials let us down by giving in to deep-pocketed lobbyists and passing laws meant to boost corporate profits at the expense of individual liberty. 

Our Senators and Representatives showed how little they cared about personal freedoms when they voted overwhelmingly to pass the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The NDAA allows for the indefinite detention of individuals based merely on a suspicion or allegation of sympathizing with questionable groups or causes. This act is a prominent threat to the inalienable due process rights of every US citizen as laid out in the Constitution. It allows the military to engage in civilian law enforcement, and to suspend due process, habeas corpus or other constitutional guarantees when desired. Our congressmen passed one of the greatest threats to civil liberties in the history of the United States. Will we hold them accountable on election day?

Will we hold our elected officials accountable for supporting rigid Internet censorship laws such as SOPA, PIPA, HR 1981 and the ACTA treaty? The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) aimed to crack down on copyright infringement by restricting user access to websites that hosted or helped facilitate pirated content. SOPA and PIPA’s ambiguous, broad wording would have cast a wide censorship net around most of the Internet, thus creating questions of due process, burden of proof, and privacy violations. The proposed laws were lobbied and paid for by Hollywood, RIAA, MPAA and other massive media companies and would safeguard entertainment industry profits at the expense of essential freedoms, the Internet and constitutional civil liberties . Even if the goal was to merely regulate pirated content, the ambiguous wording demonstrates that the authors and supporters of SOPA and PIPA have little-to-no understanding of the Internet’s architecture or the frightening implications of the legislation. 

What can you do? You are one person. You have one vote. Use that vote on November 6 to hold your elected official accountable for supporting bills such as NDAA, SOPA and PIPA. 

We are calling on voters, activists and keyboard warriors under all banners to unite as a single force to unseat the elected representatives who threaten our essential freedoms and who were so quick to minimize our individual constitutional rights for a quick corporate profit. 

Follow @OurPolls and @AnonPAC for updates, news, leaks, and calls to action.

Below we have a couple lists for you to consider: 
(1) All US Senators up for reelection in 2012 who voted to support the NDAA and who still support PIPA
(2) All US Representatives up for reelection in 2012 who voted to support the NDAA and who still support SOPA
** Note: ALL 435 seats in the US House of Representatives are up for reelection in November 2012

(1) US Senators Up For Reelection Who Supported NDAA and/or PIPA

Sen. Daniel Akaka [D, HI] ^
Sen. John Barrasso [R, WY] ^
Sen. Jeff Bingaman [D, NM] ^ *
Sen. Scott Brown [R, MA] ^
Sen. Sherrod Brown [D, OH] ^
Sen. Maria Cantwell [D, WA] ^
Sen. Thomas Carper [D, DE] ^
Sen. Robert Casey [D, PA] ^ * 
Sen. Kent Conrad [D, ND] ^
Sen. Bob Corker [R, TX] ^ *
Sen. Dianne Feinstein [D, CA] ^ * 
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand [D, NY] ^
Sen. Orrin Hatch [R, UT] ^
Sen. Dean Heller [R, NV] ^
Sen. Kay Hutchison [R, TX] ^
Sen. Amy Klobuchar [D, MN] ^ * 
Sen. Herbert Kohl [D, WI] ^ * 
Sen. Jon Kyl [R, AZ] ^ * 
Sen. Richard Lugar [R, IN] ^
Sen. John Manchin [D, WV] ^
Sen. Claire McCaskill [D, MO] ^
Sen. Robert Menedez [D, NJ] ^ 
Sen. Ben Nelson [D, NE] ^
Sen. Bill Nelson [D, FL] *
Sen. Olympia Snowe [R, ME] ^
Sen. Debbie Ann Stabenow [D, MI] ^
Sen. John Tester [D, MT] ^
Sen. Jim Webb [D, VA] ^
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse [D, RI] ^ * 
Sen. Roger Wicker [R, MS] ^ 

^ = Supported/voted for NDAA
* = Still support PIPA and similar law

(2) US Representatives Up For Reelection Who Supported NDAA and/or SOPA

Rep. Gary Ackerman (NY-5) ^
Rep. Sandy Adams (FL-24) ^
Rep. Robert Aderholt (AL-4) ^
Rep. Todd Akin (MO-2) ^ †
Rep. Rodney Alexander (LA-5) ^
Rep. Jason Altmire (PA-4) ^
Rep. Mark Amodei (NV-2) *
Rep. Robert E. Andrews (NJ-1) ^
Rep. Steve Austria (OH-7) ^ †
Rep. Joe Baca (CA-43) ^ * 
Rep. Spencer Bachus (AL-6) ^
Rep. Tammy Baldwin (WI-2) ^ †
Rep. John Barrow (GA-12) ^ * 
Rep. Roscoe Bartlett ^ 
Rep. Joe Barton (TX-6) ^
Rep. Charles Bass (NH-2) ^ * 
Rep. Dan Benishek (MI-1) ^
Rep. Rick Berg (ND, at-large) ^ †
Rep. Shelley Berkley (NV-1) ^ †
Rep. Howard Berman (CA-28) ^ * 
Rep. Judy Biggert (IL-13) ^
Rep. Brian Bilbray (CA-50) ^
Rep. Gus Bilirakis (FL-9) ^
Rep. Sanford Bishop Jr. (GA-2) ^
Rep. Rob Bishop (UT-1) ^
Rep. Timothy Bishop (NY-1) ^
Rep. Diane Black (TN-6) ^
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (TN-7) ^
Rep. Jo Bonner (AL-1) ^
Rep. Mary Bono Mack (CA-45) ^ * 
Rep. Dan Boren (OK-2) ^ †
Rep. Leonard Boswell (IA-3) ^
Rep. Charles Boustany Jr. (LA-7) ^
Rep. Kevin Brady (TX-8) ^
Rep. Robert Brady (PA-1) ^
Rep. Mo Brooks (AL-5) ^
Rep. Paul Broun (GA-10) ^
Rep. Corrine Brown (FL-3) ^
Rep. Vern Buchanan (FL-13) ^
Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle (NY-25) ^
Rep. GK Butterfield (NC-1) ^
Rep. Ken Calvert (CA-44) ^
Rep. Dave Camp (MI-4) ^
Rep. Francisco Canseco (TX-23) ^
Rep. Eric Cantor (VA-7) ^
Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (WV-2) ^
Rep. Louis Capps (CA-23) ^
Rep. Dennis Cardoza (CA-18) ^ †
Rep. Russ Carnahan (MO-3) ^
Rep. John Carney (DE at-large) ^
Rep. John Carter (TX-31) ^
Rep. William Cassidy (LA-6) ^
Rep. Kathy Castor (FL-11) ^
Rep. Steve Chabot (OH-1) ^ * 
Rep. Ben Chandler (KY-6) ^
Rep. Judy Chu (CA-32) * 
Rep. David Civilline (RI-1) ^
Rep. Tom Cole (OK-4) ^
Rep. Michael Conaway (TX-11) ^
Rep. Gerry Conolly (VA-11) ^
John Conyers Jr. (MI 14) * 
Rep. Jim Cooper (TN-5) ^ * 
Rep. Jim Costa (CA-20) ^ 
Rep. Joe Courteney (CT-2) ^
Rep. Rick Crawford (AR-1) ^
Rep. Ander Crenshaw (FL-4) ^
Rep. Mark Critz (PA-12) ^
Rep. Joseph Crowley (NY-7) ^
Rep. Henry Cuellar (TX-28) ^
Rep. John Culbertson (TX-7) ^
Rep. Susan Davis (CA-53) ^
Rep. Geoff Davis (KY-4) ^ †
Rep. Jeff Denham (CA-19) ^
Rep. Charles Dent (PA-15) ^
Rep. Ted Deutch (FL-19) * 
Rep. Norman Dicks (WA-6) ^
Rep. John Dingell (MI-15) ^
Rep. Lloyd Doggett (TX-25) ^
Rep. Robert Dold (IL-10) ^
Rep. Joe Donnelly (IN-2) ^ †
Rep. David Dreier (CA-26) ^
Rep. Sean Duffy (WI-7) ^
Rep. Renee Ellmers (NC-2) ^
Rep. Jo Ann Emerson (MO-8) ^
Rep. Eliot Engel (NY-17) ^
Rep. Blake Farenthold (TX-27) ^
Rep. Stephen Fincher (TN-8) ^
Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick (PA-8) ^
Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (TN-3) ^
Rep. John Fleming (LA-4) ^
Rep. Bill Flores (TX-17) ^
Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (NE-1) ^
Rep. Virginia Foxx (NC-5) ^
Rep. Trent Franks (AZ-2) ^
Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (NJ-11) ^
Rep. Marcia Fudge (OH-11) ^
Rep. Elton Gallegly (CA-24) ^ * †
Rep. John Garamendi (CA-10) ^
Rep. Cory Gardner (CO-4) ^
Rep. Jim Gerlach (PA-6) ^
Rep. Bob Gibbs (OH-18) ^
Rep. Chris Gibson (NY-20) ^
Rep. Phil Gingrey (GA-11) ^
Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-1) ^
Rep. Charlie Gonzalez (TX-20) ^ †
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (VA-6) * 
Rep. Kay Granger (TX-12) ^
Rep. Sam Graves (MO-6) ^
Rep. Al Green (TX-9) ^
Rep. Gene Green (TX-29) ^
Rep. Tim Griffin (AR-2) ^
Rep. Michael Grimm (NY-13) ^
Rep. Frank Guinta (NH-1) ^
Rep. Brett Guthrie (KY-2) ^
Rep. Ralph Hall (TX-4) ^
Rep. Colleen Hanabusa (HI-1) ^
Rep. Richard Hanna (NY-24) ^
Rep. Gregg Harper (MS-3) ^
Rep. Vicky Hartzler (MO-4) ^
Rep. Doc Hastings (WA-4) ^
Rep. Nan Hayworth (NY-19) ^
Rep. Joe Heck (NV-3) ^
Rep. Jeb Hensarling (TX-5) ^
Rep. Wally Herger (CA-2) ^ †
Rep. Jamie Jerrera Beutler (WA-3) ^
Rep. Brian Higgins (NY-27) ^
Rep. Jim Himes (CT-4) ^
Rep. Mazie Hirono (HI-2) ^
Rep. Kathy Hochul (NY-26) ^
Rep. Tim Holden (PA-17) ^
Rep. Steny Hoyer (MD-5) ^
Rep. Randy Hultgren (IL-14) ^
Rep. Duncan Hunter (CA-52) ^
Rep. Jay Inslee (WA-1) ^ †
Rep. Steve Israel (NY-2) ^
Rep. Darrell Issa (CA-49) ^
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (TX-18) ^
Rep. Lynn Jenkins (KS-2) ^
Rep. Bill Johnson (OH-6) ^
Rep. Sam Johnson (TX-3) ^
Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-4) ^
Rep. William Keating (MA-10) ^
Rep. Mike Kelly (PA-3) ^
Rep. Dale Kildee (MI-5) ^ †
Rep. Ron Kind (WI-3) ^
Rep. Steve King (IA-5) ^
Rep. Pete King (NY-3) ^ * 
Rep. Jack Kingston (GA-1) ^
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (IL-11) ^
Rep. Larry Kissell (NC-8) ^
Rep. John Kline (MN-2) ^
Rep. Doug Lamborn (CO-5) ^
Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-7) ^
Rep. Jeffrey Landry (LA-3) ^
Rep. Jim Langevin (RI-2) ^ 
Rep. James Lankford (OK-5) ^ 
Rep. Rick Larsen (WA-2) ^
Rep. John Larson (CT-1) ^ * 
Rep. Tom Latham (IA-4) ^ 
Rep. Robert Latta (OH-5) ^
Rep. Sander Levin (MI-12) ^
Rep. John Lewis (GA-5) ^ 
Rep. Daniel Lipinski (IL-3) ^ 
Rep. Frank LoBiondo (NJ-2) ^ 
Rep. David Loebsack (IA-2) ^ 
Rep. Billy Long (MO-7) ^ 
Rep. Nita Lowey (NY-18) ^ 
Rep. Frank Lucas (OK-3) ^ 
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-9) ^ 
Rep. Daniel Lungren (CA-3) ^ 
Rep. Donald Manzullo (IL-16) ^ 
Rep. Kenny Marchant (TX-24) ^
Rep. Tom Marino (PA-10) ^ *
Rep. Jim Matheson (UT-2) ^ 
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (NY-4) ^
Rep. Kevin McCarthy (CA-22) ^ 
Rep. Michael McCaul (TX-10) ^ 
Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (MI-11) ^ 
Rep. Patrick McHenry (NC-10) ^ 
Rep. Mike McIntyre (NC-7) ^ 
Rep. Buck McKeon (CA-25) ^ 
Rep. David McKinley (WV-1) ^
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-5) ^ 
Rep. Jerry McNerney (CA-11) ^ 
Rep. Pat Meehan (PA-7) ^ 
Rep. John Mica (FL-7) ^ 
Rep. Candice Miller (MI-10) ^ 
Rep. Jeff Miller (FL-1) ^ 
Rep. Gary Miller (CA-42) ^ 
Rep. Tim Murphy (CT-5) ^ 
Rep. Randy Neugebauer (TX-19) ^ 
Rep. Kristi Noem (SD at large) ^ 
Rep. Richard Nugent (FL-5) ^ 
Rep. Devin Nunes (CA-21) ^ 
Rep. Alan Nunnelee (MS-1) ^ * 
Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) ^ 
Rep. Bill Owens (NY-23) ^ * 
Rep. Steven Palazzo (MS-4) ^ 
Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. (NJ-8) ^ 
Rep. Ed Pastor (AZ-4) ^ 
Rep. Erik Paulsen (MN-3) ^
Rep. Steve Pearce (NM-2) ^ 
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (CA-8) ^ 
Rep. Ed Perlmutter (CO-7) ^ 
Rep. Collin Peterson (MN-7)
Rep. Thomas Petri (WI-6) ^ 
Rep. Todd Platts (Pa-16) ^ † 
Rep. Ted Poe (TX-2) ^ 
Rep. Mike Pompeo (KS-4) ^ 
Rep. Tom Price (GA-6) ^
Rep. Ben Quayle (AZ-3) ^ 
Rep. Nick Rahall (WV-3) ^
Rep. Tom Reed (NY-29) ^
Rep. Dennis Rehberg (MT at-large) ^ †
Rep. David Reichert (WA-8) ^ 
Rep. Jim Renacci (OH-16) ^ 
Rep. Silverstre Reyes (TX-16) ^ 
Rep. Laura Richardson (CA-37) ^ 
Rep. Scott Rigell (VA-2) ^ 
Rep. David Rivera (FL-25) ^ 
Rep. Martha Roby (AL-2) ^ 
Rep. Mike Rogers (AL-3) ^ 
Rep. Mike Rogers (MI-8) ^ 
Rep. Harold Rogers (KY-5) ^ 
Rep. Tom Rooney (FL-16) ^
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL-18) ^ 
Rep. Peter Roskam (IL-6) ^ 
Rep. Mike Ross (AR-4) ^ †
Rep. Dennis Ross (FL-12) ^ * 
Rep. Steven Rothman (NJ-9) ^ 
Rep. Jon Runyan (NJ-3) ^ 
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (MD-2) ^ 
Rep. Paul Ryan (WI-1) ^ 
Rep. Linda Sanchez (CA-39) ^ 
Rep. Steve Scalise (LA-1) ^ 
Rep. Adam Schiff (CA-29) ^ * 
Rep. Bobby Schilling (IL-17) ^ 
Rep. Jean Schmidt (OH-2) ^ 
Rep. Aaron Schock (IL-18) ^ 
Rep. Kurt Schrader (OR-5) ^
Rep. Allyson Schwartz (PA-13) ^ 
Rep. Tim Scott (SC-1) ^ 
Rep. James Sensenbrenner (WI-5)
Rep. Pete Sessions (TX-32) ^ 
Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-7) ^ 
Rep. Brad Sherman (CA-27) ^ *
Rep. John Shimkus (IL-19) ^ 
Rep. Heath Shuler (NC-11) ^ 
Rep. Bill Shuster (PA-9) ^
Rep. Albio Sires (NJ
Rep. Adam Smith (WA-9) ^ 
Rep. Adrian Smith (NE-3) ^ 
Rep. Chris Smith (NJ-4) ^ 
Rep. Lamar Smith (TX-21) ^ * 
Rep. Steve Southerland (FL-2) ^ 
Rep. Cliff Stearns (FL-6) ^ 
Rep. Steve Stivers (OH-15) ^ 
Rep. John Sullivan (OK-1) ^ 
Rep. Betty Sutton (OH-13) ^ 
Rep. Lee Terry (NE-2) ^ 
Rep. Glenn Thompson (PA-5) ^ 
Rep. Mac Thornberry (TX-13) ^ 
Rep. Pat Tiberi (OH-12) ^ 
Rep. Niki Tsongas (MA-5) ^ 
Rep. Michael Turner (OH-3) ^ 
Rep. Robert Turner (NY-9) ^
Rep. Fred Upton (MI-6) ^ 
Rep. Peter Visclosky (IN-1) ^ 
Rep. Greg Walden (OR-2) ^ 
Rep. Timothy Walz (MN-1) ^ 
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-20) ^ * 
Rep. Mel Watt (NC-12) * 
Rep. Henry Waxman (CA-30) ^ 
Rep. Daniel Webster (FL-8) ^ 
Rep. Allen West (FL-22) ^ 
Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (GA-3) ^
Rep. Ed Whitfield (KY-1) ^ 
Rep. Frederica Wilson (KY-1) ^ 
Rep. Joe Wilson (SC-2) ^
Rep. Robert Wittman (VA-1) ^
Rep. Frank Wolf (VA-10) ^
Rep. Steve Womack (AR-3) ^ 
Rep. Kevin Yoder (KS-3) ^
Rep. Don Young (AK at-large) ^
Rep. Todd Young (IN-9) ^ 

^ = Supported/voted for NDAA
* = Still support SOPA and similar law
† =Retiring in 2012
Special Thanks to the following in coordinating this on-going action:
@OccupyKC
@Occupy_DC
@OccupytheNation
@OccupyProv
@OccupyPdx
@OccupyBaltimore
@Ghostpickles
@AnonyOps
@AnonymousIRC
@Anonops
@Tw1tt3rart
@AnonyOps_
@GardenSlayer
@OperationLeakS
@YourAnonNews
* More to come :)

youranonnews:

OUR POLLS — OCCUPY THE VOTE - ELECTION SEASON 2012

Announcing “OUR POLLS” - A new joint effort between Anonymous and the Occupy Movement to hold politicians accountable to the People.

Elected officials serve one purpose — to represent their constituents, the people who voted them into office. Last year, many of our elected officials let us down by giving in to deep-pocketed lobbyists and passing laws meant to boost corporate profits at the expense of individual liberty. 

Our Senators and Representatives showed how little they cared about personal freedoms when they voted overwhelmingly to pass the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The NDAA allows for the indefinite detention of individuals based merely on a suspicion or allegation of sympathizing with questionable groups or causes. This act is a prominent threat to the inalienable due process rights of every US citizen as laid out in the Constitution. It allows the military to engage in civilian law enforcement, and to suspend due process, habeas corpus or other constitutional guarantees when desired. Our congressmen passed one of the greatest threats to civil liberties in the history of the United States. Will we hold them accountable on election day?

Will we hold our elected officials accountable for supporting rigid Internet censorship laws such as SOPA, PIPA, HR 1981 and the ACTA treaty? The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) aimed to crack down on copyright infringement by restricting user access to websites that hosted or helped facilitate pirated content. SOPA and PIPA’s ambiguous, broad wording would have cast a wide censorship net around most of the Internet, thus creating questions of due process, burden of proof, and privacy violations. The proposed laws were lobbied and paid for by Hollywood, RIAA, MPAA and other massive media companies and would safeguard entertainment industry profits at the expense of essential freedoms, the Internet and constitutional civil liberties . Even if the goal was to merely regulate pirated content, the ambiguous wording demonstrates that the authors and supporters of SOPA and PIPA have little-to-no understanding of the Internet’s architecture or the frightening implications of the legislation. 

What can you do? You are one person. You have one vote. Use that vote on November 6 to hold your elected official accountable for supporting bills such as NDAA, SOPA and PIPA. 

We are calling on voters, activists and keyboard warriors under all banners to unite as a single force to unseat the elected representatives who threaten our essential freedoms and who were so quick to minimize our individual constitutional rights for a quick corporate profit. 

Follow @OurPolls and @AnonPAC for updates, news, leaks, and calls to action.

Below we have a couple lists for you to consider: 

(1) All US Senators up for reelection in 2012 who voted to support the NDAA and who still support PIPA

(2) All US Representatives up for reelection in 2012 who voted to support the NDAA and who still support SOPA

** Note: ALL 435 seats in the US House of Representatives are up for reelection in November 2012

(1) US Senators Up For Reelection Who Supported NDAA and/or PIPA

Sen. Daniel Akaka [D, HI] ^

Sen. John Barrasso [R, WY] ^

Sen. Jeff Bingaman [D, NM] ^ *

Sen. Scott Brown [R, MA] ^

Sen. Sherrod Brown [D, OH] ^

Sen. Maria Cantwell [D, WA] ^

Sen. Thomas Carper [D, DE] ^

Sen. Robert Casey [D, PA] ^ * 

Sen. Kent Conrad [D, ND] ^

Sen. Bob Corker [R, TX] ^ *

Sen. Dianne Feinstein [D, CA] ^ * 

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand [D, NY] ^

Sen. Orrin Hatch [R, UT] ^

Sen. Dean Heller [R, NV] ^

Sen. Kay Hutchison [R, TX] ^

Sen. Amy Klobuchar [D, MN] ^ * 

Sen. Herbert Kohl [D, WI] ^ * 

Sen. Jon Kyl [R, AZ] ^ * 

Sen. Richard Lugar [R, IN] ^

Sen. John Manchin [D, WV] ^

Sen. Claire McCaskill [D, MO] ^

Sen. Robert Menedez [D, NJ] ^ 

Sen. Ben Nelson [D, NE] ^

Sen. Bill Nelson [D, FL] *

Sen. Olympia Snowe [R, ME] ^

Sen. Debbie Ann Stabenow [D, MI] ^

Sen. John Tester [D, MT] ^

Sen. Jim Webb [D, VA] ^

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse [D, RI] ^ * 

Sen. Roger Wicker [R, MS] ^ 

^ = Supported/voted for NDAA

* = Still support PIPA and similar law

(2) US Representatives Up For Reelection Who Supported NDAA and/or SOPA

Rep. Gary Ackerman (NY-5) ^

Rep. Sandy Adams (FL-24) ^

Rep. Robert Aderholt (AL-4) ^

Rep. Todd Akin (MO-2) ^ 

Rep. Rodney Alexander (LA-5) ^

Rep. Jason Altmire (PA-4) ^

Rep. Mark Amodei (NV-2) *

Rep. Robert E. Andrews (NJ-1) ^

Rep. Steve Austria (OH-7) ^ 

Rep. Joe Baca (CA-43) ^ * 

Rep. Spencer Bachus (AL-6) ^

Rep. Tammy Baldwin (WI-2) ^ 

Rep. John Barrow (GA-12) ^ * 

Rep. Roscoe Bartlett ^ 

Rep. Joe Barton (TX-6) ^

Rep. Charles Bass (NH-2) ^ * 

Rep. Dan Benishek (MI-1) ^

Rep. Rick Berg (ND, at-large) ^ 

Rep. Shelley Berkley (NV-1) ^ 

Rep. Howard Berman (CA-28) ^ * 

Rep. Judy Biggert (IL-13) ^

Rep. Brian Bilbray (CA-50) ^

Rep. Gus Bilirakis (FL-9) ^

Rep. Sanford Bishop Jr. (GA-2) ^

Rep. Rob Bishop (UT-1) ^

Rep. Timothy Bishop (NY-1) ^

Rep. Diane Black (TN-6) ^

Rep. Marsha Blackburn (TN-7) ^

Rep. Jo Bonner (AL-1) ^

Rep. Mary Bono Mack (CA-45) ^ * 

Rep. Dan Boren (OK-2) ^ 

Rep. Leonard Boswell (IA-3) ^

Rep. Charles Boustany Jr. (LA-7) ^

Rep. Kevin Brady (TX-8) ^

Rep. Robert Brady (PA-1) ^

Rep. Mo Brooks (AL-5) ^

Rep. Paul Broun (GA-10) ^

Rep. Corrine Brown (FL-3) ^

Rep. Vern Buchanan (FL-13) ^

Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle (NY-25) ^

Rep. GK Butterfield (NC-1) ^

Rep. Ken Calvert (CA-44) ^

Rep. Dave Camp (MI-4) ^

Rep. Francisco Canseco (TX-23) ^

Rep. Eric Cantor (VA-7) ^

Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (WV-2) ^

Rep. Louis Capps (CA-23) ^

Rep. Dennis Cardoza (CA-18) ^ 

Rep. Russ Carnahan (MO-3) ^

Rep. John Carney (DE at-large) ^

Rep. John Carter (TX-31) ^

Rep. William Cassidy (LA-6) ^

Rep. Kathy Castor (FL-11) ^

Rep. Steve Chabot (OH-1) ^ * 

Rep. Ben Chandler (KY-6) ^

Rep. Judy Chu (CA-32) * 

Rep. David Civilline (RI-1) ^

Rep. Tom Cole (OK-4) ^

Rep. Michael Conaway (TX-11) ^

Rep. Gerry Conolly (VA-11) ^

John Conyers Jr. (MI 14) * 

Rep. Jim Cooper (TN-5) ^ * 

Rep. Jim Costa (CA-20) ^ 

Rep. Joe Courteney (CT-2) ^

Rep. Rick Crawford (AR-1) ^

Rep. Ander Crenshaw (FL-4) ^

Rep. Mark Critz (PA-12) ^

Rep. Joseph Crowley (NY-7) ^

Rep. Henry Cuellar (TX-28) ^

Rep. John Culbertson (TX-7) ^

Rep. Susan Davis (CA-53) ^

Rep. Geoff Davis (KY-4) ^ 

Rep. Jeff Denham (CA-19) ^

Rep. Charles Dent (PA-15) ^

Rep. Ted Deutch (FL-19) * 

Rep. Norman Dicks (WA-6) ^

Rep. John Dingell (MI-15) ^

Rep. Lloyd Doggett (TX-25) ^

Rep. Robert Dold (IL-10) ^

Rep. Joe Donnelly (IN-2) ^ 

Rep. David Dreier (CA-26) ^

Rep. Sean Duffy (WI-7) ^

Rep. Renee Ellmers (NC-2) ^

Rep. Jo Ann Emerson (MO-8) ^

Rep. Eliot Engel (NY-17) ^

Rep. Blake Farenthold (TX-27) ^

Rep. Stephen Fincher (TN-8) ^

Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick (PA-8) ^

Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (TN-3) ^

Rep. John Fleming (LA-4) ^

Rep. Bill Flores (TX-17) ^

Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (NE-1) ^

Rep. Virginia Foxx (NC-5) ^

Rep. Trent Franks (AZ-2) ^

Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (NJ-11) ^

Rep. Marcia Fudge (OH-11) ^

Rep. Elton Gallegly (CA-24) ^ * 

Rep. John Garamendi (CA-10) ^

Rep. Cory Gardner (CO-4) ^

Rep. Jim Gerlach (PA-6) ^

Rep. Bob Gibbs (OH-18) ^

Rep. Chris Gibson (NY-20) ^

Rep. Phil Gingrey (GA-11) ^

Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-1) ^

Rep. Charlie Gonzalez (TX-20) ^ 

Rep. Bob Goodlatte (VA-6) * 

Rep. Kay Granger (TX-12) ^

Rep. Sam Graves (MO-6) ^

Rep. Al Green (TX-9) ^

Rep. Gene Green (TX-29) ^

Rep. Tim Griffin (AR-2) ^

Rep. Michael Grimm (NY-13) ^

Rep. Frank Guinta (NH-1) ^

Rep. Brett Guthrie (KY-2) ^

Rep. Ralph Hall (TX-4) ^

Rep. Colleen Hanabusa (HI-1) ^

Rep. Richard Hanna (NY-24) ^

Rep. Gregg Harper (MS-3) ^

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (MO-4) ^

Rep. Doc Hastings (WA-4) ^

Rep. Nan Hayworth (NY-19) ^

Rep. Joe Heck (NV-3) ^

Rep. Jeb Hensarling (TX-5) ^

Rep. Wally Herger (CA-2) ^ 

Rep. Jamie Jerrera Beutler (WA-3) ^

Rep. Brian Higgins (NY-27) ^

Rep. Jim Himes (CT-4) ^

Rep. Mazie Hirono (HI-2) ^

Rep. Kathy Hochul (NY-26) ^

Rep. Tim Holden (PA-17) ^

Rep. Steny Hoyer (MD-5) ^

Rep. Randy Hultgren (IL-14) ^

Rep. Duncan Hunter (CA-52) ^

Rep. Jay Inslee (WA-1) ^ 

Rep. Steve Israel (NY-2) ^

Rep. Darrell Issa (CA-49) ^

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (TX-18) ^

Rep. Lynn Jenkins (KS-2) ^

Rep. Bill Johnson (OH-6) ^

Rep. Sam Johnson (TX-3) ^

Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-4) ^

Rep. William Keating (MA-10) ^

Rep. Mike Kelly (PA-3) ^

Rep. Dale Kildee (MI-5) ^ 

Rep. Ron Kind (WI-3) ^

Rep. Steve King (IA-5) ^

Rep. Pete King (NY-3) ^ * 

Rep. Jack Kingston (GA-1) ^

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (IL-11) ^

Rep. Larry Kissell (NC-8) ^

Rep. John Kline (MN-2) ^

Rep. Doug Lamborn (CO-5) ^

Rep. Leonard Lance (NJ-7) ^

Rep. Jeffrey Landry (LA-3) ^

Rep. Jim Langevin (RI-2) ^ 

Rep. James Lankford (OK-5) ^ 

Rep. Rick Larsen (WA-2) ^

Rep. John Larson (CT-1) ^ * 

Rep. Tom Latham (IA-4) ^ 

Rep. Robert Latta (OH-5) ^

Rep. Sander Levin (MI-12) ^

Rep. John Lewis (GA-5) ^ 

Rep. Daniel Lipinski (IL-3) ^ 

Rep. Frank LoBiondo (NJ-2) ^ 

Rep. David Loebsack (IA-2) ^ 

Rep. Billy Long (MO-7) ^ 

Rep. Nita Lowey (NY-18) ^ 

Rep. Frank Lucas (OK-3) ^ 

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-9) ^ 

Rep. Daniel Lungren (CA-3) ^ 

Rep. Donald Manzullo (IL-16) ^ 

Rep. Kenny Marchant (TX-24) ^

Rep. Tom Marino (PA-10) ^ *

Rep. Jim Matheson (UT-2) ^ 

Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (NY-4) ^

Rep. Kevin McCarthy (CA-22) ^ 

Rep. Michael McCaul (TX-10) ^ 

Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (MI-11) ^ 

Rep. Patrick McHenry (NC-10) ^ 

Rep. Mike McIntyre (NC-7) ^ 

Rep. Buck McKeon (CA-25) ^ 

Rep. David McKinley (WV-1) ^

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-5) ^ 

Rep. Jerry McNerney (CA-11) ^ 

Rep. Pat Meehan (PA-7) ^ 

Rep. John Mica (FL-7) ^ 

Rep. Candice Miller (MI-10) ^ 

Rep. Jeff Miller (FL-1) ^ 

Rep. Gary Miller (CA-42) ^ 

Rep. Tim Murphy (CT-5) ^ 

Rep. Randy Neugebauer (TX-19) ^ 

Rep. Kristi Noem (SD at large) ^ 

Rep. Richard Nugent (FL-5) ^ 

Rep. Devin Nunes (CA-21) ^ 

Rep. Alan Nunnelee (MS-1) ^ * 

Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) ^ 

Rep. Bill Owens (NY-23) ^ * 

Rep. Steven Palazzo (MS-4) ^ 

Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. (NJ-8) ^ 

Rep. Ed Pastor (AZ-4) ^ 

Rep. Erik Paulsen (MN-3) ^

Rep. Steve Pearce (NM-2) ^ 

Rep. Nancy Pelosi (CA-8) ^ 

Rep. Ed Perlmutter (CO-7) ^ 

Rep. Collin Peterson (MN-7)

Rep. Thomas Petri (WI-6) ^ 

Rep. Todd Platts (Pa-16) ^ † 

Rep. Ted Poe (TX-2) ^ 

Rep. Mike Pompeo (KS-4) ^ 

Rep. Tom Price (GA-6) ^

Rep. Ben Quayle (AZ-3) ^ 

Rep. Nick Rahall (WV-3) ^

Rep. Tom Reed (NY-29) ^

Rep. Dennis Rehberg (MT at-large) ^ 

Rep. David Reichert (WA-8) ^ 

Rep. Jim Renacci (OH-16) ^ 

Rep. Silverstre Reyes (TX-16) ^ 

Rep. Laura Richardson (CA-37) ^ 

Rep. Scott Rigell (VA-2) ^ 

Rep. David Rivera (FL-25) ^ 

Rep. Martha Roby (AL-2) ^ 

Rep. Mike Rogers (AL-3) ^ 

Rep. Mike Rogers (MI-8) ^ 

Rep. Harold Rogers (KY-5) ^ 

Rep. Tom Rooney (FL-16) ^

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL-18) ^ 

Rep. Peter Roskam (IL-6) ^ 

Rep. Mike Ross (AR-4) ^ 

Rep. Dennis Ross (FL-12) ^ * 

Rep. Steven Rothman (NJ-9) ^ 

Rep. Jon Runyan (NJ-3) ^ 

Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (MD-2) ^ 

Rep. Paul Ryan (WI-1) ^ 

Rep. Linda Sanchez (CA-39) ^ 

Rep. Steve Scalise (LA-1) ^ 

Rep. Adam Schiff (CA-29) ^ * 

Rep. Bobby Schilling (IL-17) ^ 

Rep. Jean Schmidt (OH-2) ^ 

Rep. Aaron Schock (IL-18) ^ 

Rep. Kurt Schrader (OR-5) ^

Rep. Allyson Schwartz (PA-13) ^ 

Rep. Tim Scott (SC-1) ^ 

Rep. James Sensenbrenner (WI-5)

Rep. Pete Sessions (TX-32) ^ 

Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-7) ^ 

Rep. Brad Sherman (CA-27) ^ *

Rep. John Shimkus (IL-19) ^ 

Rep. Heath Shuler (NC-11) ^ 

Rep. Bill Shuster (PA-9) ^

Rep. Albio Sires (NJ

Rep. Adam Smith (WA-9) ^ 

Rep. Adrian Smith (NE-3) ^ 

Rep. Chris Smith (NJ-4) ^ 

Rep. Lamar Smith (TX-21) ^ * 

Rep. Steve Southerland (FL-2) ^ 

Rep. Cliff Stearns (FL-6) ^ 

Rep. Steve Stivers (OH-15) ^ 

Rep. John Sullivan (OK-1) ^ 

Rep. Betty Sutton (OH-13) ^ 

Rep. Lee Terry (NE-2) ^ 

Rep. Glenn Thompson (PA-5) ^ 

Rep. Mac Thornberry (TX-13) ^ 

Rep. Pat Tiberi (OH-12) ^ 

Rep. Niki Tsongas (MA-5) ^ 

Rep. Michael Turner (OH-3) ^ 

Rep. Robert Turner (NY-9) ^

Rep. Fred Upton (MI-6) ^ 

Rep. Peter Visclosky (IN-1) ^ 

Rep. Greg Walden (OR-2) ^ 

Rep. Timothy Walz (MN-1) ^ 

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-20) ^ * 

Rep. Mel Watt (NC-12) * 

Rep. Henry Waxman (CA-30) ^ 

Rep. Daniel Webster (FL-8) ^ 

Rep. Allen West (FL-22) ^ 

Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (GA-3) ^

Rep. Ed Whitfield (KY-1) ^ 

Rep. Frederica Wilson (KY-1) ^ 

Rep. Joe Wilson (SC-2) ^

Rep. Robert Wittman (VA-1) ^

Rep. Frank Wolf (VA-10) ^

Rep. Steve Womack (AR-3) ^ 

Rep. Kevin Yoder (KS-3) ^

Rep. Don Young (AK at-large) ^

Rep. Todd Young (IN-9) ^ 

^ = Supported/voted for NDAA

* = Still support SOPA and similar law

† =Retiring in 2012

Special Thanks to the following in coordinating this on-going action:

@OccupyKC

@Occupy_DC

@OccupytheNation

@OccupyProv

@OccupyPdx

@OccupyBaltimore

@Ghostpickles

@AnonyOps

@AnonymousIRC

@Anonops

@Tw1tt3rart

@AnonyOps_

@GardenSlayer

@OperationLeakS

@YourAnonNews

* More to come :)

(Source: youranonnews)

January 22, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - Hokey Pokey

2:23pm EST - You do the hokey pokey and you kiss your rights goodbye, THAT’s why we occupy.

January 22, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - Hokey Pokey

2:23pm EST - You do the hokey pokey and you kiss your rights goodbye, THAT’s why we occupy.

January 22, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - Occupy the Trees

2:20pm EST Off of the grass and into the trees.

January 22, 2012
A few of our friends @ #j17 #OccupyCongress.

A few of our friends @ #j17 #OccupyCongress.

January 22, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - Oops, We Made It Across The Wall (3 of 3)

2:16pm EST

January 22, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - Oops, We Made It Across The Wall (2 of 3)

2:12pm EST

January 22, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - Oops, We Made It Across The Wall (1 of 3)

Just after 2:00pm EST the crowd breaks through to the other side of the police line. The inital rush was provoked when US Capitol Police were seen hassling Capt. Ray Lewis.

January 21, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - Second Arrest of the Day

the second arrest of the day just before 2pm EST US Capitol #J17

January 21, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - Sgt. Shamar Thomas

Sgt. Shamar Thomas at the US Capitol, #J17 giving an interview (I believe w/ NPR)

January 21, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - The Fences Coming Down (2of 2)

11:43 am EST US Capitol - the cattle cages continue to be removed, Capitol Police begin to assist

January 21, 2012

raw #J17 #OccupyCongress - The Fences Coming Down (1of 2)

10:21 am EST US Capitol - the cattle cages coming down