and its companion piece in the house
"The Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007" (H.R. 1955)
According to the Center for Global Research,
"Under cover of studying "violent radicalization," both bills would broaden the already-fluid definition of "terrorism" to encompass political activity and protest by dissident groups, effectively criminalizing civil disobedience and non-violent direct action by developing policies for "prevention, disruption and mitigation."Read more.
By targeting the Internet, House and Senate thought police claim that "the Internet has aided in facilitating violent radicalization, ideologically based violence, and the homegrown terrorism process in the United States by providing access to broad and constant streams of terrorist-related propaganda to United States citizens."
So much for a democratic majority.
Meet the new boss. Same as teh old boss.