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[Disclaimer: Due to the design of our site, we cannot verify the identities of the people who submitted these questions. For a full explanation, please view our Technical FAQ.]

Admiral Poindexter of Washington, DC writes:
     I love your site. It is refreshing to see your advocacy of a strong, unaccountable government, and I will do my best to make it come true. "The buck stops here!" - 'dexter
We reply:
   Thank you very much for your compliments. We are great admirers of your work. [Editor's Note: follow this link (offsite) to read about the Admiral's participation in the Total Information Awareness initiative.]
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Amelia R. Bankersville of Elton, MI writes:
     If we punish people without giving them trials, isn't there a risk of punishing the wrong people? I thought that was why we had a court system in the first place.
We reply:
   You make a convincing argument, but you are misinformed on several points. The origin of trials and courts is in the Dark Ages, when feudal knights would pay respects at "court" and when "trials" would serve to honor the best warrior. While they are admirable reminders of the strength of feudal government, trials and courts have little place in modern society.
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An anonymous reader writes:
     how does your tip line work? i think my friend is,, he might be doing something.i want to use your tip line to report my friend Dan.
We reply:
   If you suspect him, there's no time to waste. Our tip line works the same way you might expect the new Homeland Security Department to work. Once you report your friend, we'll save the information in a database and send duplicates to any interested parties. This is primarily to make sure he doesn't hop on a plane, or drive out of state, while he's under investigation.

Over the course of a few weeks, we'll check through Dan's bank statements and toll booth transponder records for any curious patterns. If he appears to be politically active, the police will do a quick "sneak and peek" search of his house during work hours. With any luck, he'll be off the street before he can do any real harm.




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