The war on whistleblowers takes an unexpected turn

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PostMon Nov 19, 2012 11:39 pm » by Willease

Published on Nov 19, 2012 by RTAmerica

Last week, Congress made it safer for federal employees to blow the whistle on government agencies eliminating the fear of retaliation. One of the agencies significantly affected by the new legislation is the Transportation Security Administration. RT Web Producer Andrew Blake breaks down what the legislation can and cannot do.

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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 12:26 am » by Seahawk

Lol. No responses. :headscratch:

This is one of the better pieces of news that I've heard in a while. We haven't seen any steps in the right direction in quite some time- at least, not in my observance.

I think it's great. :flop:

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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 12:39 am » by Marcydare

Awesome, maybe this will help people become more aware
of the "slave training" they are going through. :flop:
The T.S.A.= Degrading People one X-ray and one groping at a time.
The T.S.A. must be stopped ! :vomit:

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PostTue Nov 20, 2012 12:56 am » by Toxic32

Seems to me that the truth has a cost? Maybe your life. But God forbid that the the truth is hidden! You have to ask your self why?? It's always because they have something to hide. And the chances are you are paying for it. But if you new about it you would hang the bastard's. Or cut their balls off. LOL. Long live the truth. It will always find them out. The thing is our gang will always be much bigger than their gang.
A black-hole is not a hole it's a sphere. As will be the universe when compressed into the smallest unit it can be.

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