Violent crime is on the rise in the US.
We can’t find Osama Bin Laden in seven years.
Millions of illegal aliens are hiding in the country, gainfully employed.
And we’re arresting music bloggers.
A Los Angeles blogger has been arrested for allegedly sharing music online. Twenty-seven-year-old Kevin Cogill was arrested by FBI agents at his home Wednesday and charged with violating federal copyright laws. He is accused of releasing several Guns N’ Roses songs from their album Chinese Democracy before the album’s commercial release.
Cogill was arrested in his pajamas, and government agents recommended that bail be set at $50,000.
What does this tell the world about US law enforcement priorities?
We’re keeping the world safe for big business.