Monday, January 14, 2008

Toxic Predators

It's a shame that there are slimy sub-humans who prey on children. It's a shame we have to have safeguards to the extent we do because of these vermin. Get the idea that I dislike child predators?

I wrote a blog recently about the Internet, the loss of freedoms and similar. I am a firm believer in the freedom of press, freedom of speech, but there are lines. Don't step on my toes when you're spouting your words, don't cram them down my throat, don't touch the babies and children in the world while you're pontificating.

The slime of the world cause more restrictions to be placed on those of us who walk within the bounds of decency.

MySpace is making some changes to protect the kids, Face Book is probably not too far behind. Here's two stories you'll find interesting that are related yet somewhat two sides of the coin:

MySpace agrees to new safety measures
ALBANY, N.Y. - MySpace has reached an agreement with more than 45 states to change to help prevent sexual predators and others from misusing it, state officials said Monday.

The Race for the American Mind
Last year's scamnesty bill had widespread support among the powers-that-be, with the president, the Democrat majority and mainstream media all singing its praises. Yet it went down to defeat, slain by a new-media coalition of talk radio and blogosphere warriors. Working tirelessly to expose the truth and rally the grassroots, they became a David who slew a Goliath.

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