US House Resolution 1955

House Resolution 1955, titled the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007, is a resolution submitted to the House of Representatives by Representative Jane Harman (D-California) during the 110th United States Congress which seeks to deal with “Homegrown terrorism and Violent radicalization.” [1] The resolution was introduced April 19th, 2007. [2] The bill has been said to define Thoughtcrime, providing a legal basis for the prevention and prosecution of it.[3]


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  1. chrism says:

    I know what this bill is called: “how to be as unamerican as possible!” … First Amendment, read it bitches!

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