Rep Matt Shea
I met Representative Matt Shea in Spokane WA in 2010 while I was mobilizing the Church in that region through Operation Rolling Thunder. I liked Matt right away. He is an army officer, a combat veteran, an attorney and a Christian. I like all that, but what I truly like is that Matt entered the political arena to serve. He did not check his morals and convictions at the door of political expediency. From my observation, truth is something that is important to him and he is not afraid to stand up with boldness and courage to fight for the truth.
I remember the oath I took to defend the constitution of these United States and from watching him over the last three years, I'd say he remembered that oath too. It also appears like he has actually read it and is defending it rather than undermining it and violating it for political expediency. I appreciate the moral conviction and courage he has been demonstrating. Now, I'd like to share with you some sage advice he just offered in his recent blog
"How to maintain your privacy." 6-12-13 By Matt Shea
Click here for the complete article.
Based the overwhelming response to my latest radio show…here is what you can do to maintain some semblance of privacy in the electronic age:
1. Everything you post, say, text, email, or do is being monitored. This is the reality. Act accordingly. Still have a friend that trusts
government? Here is a great article to share… http://ow.ly/lY8DB;
2. Use Startpage.com instead of google to search for things on the web;
3. Use TOR Internet Browser to surf the web (this is used by underground churches in communist countries as a starting place for internet security) download here: https://www.torproject.org/;
4. Set up a Startmail email account (https://startmail.com/ available later this year);
5. Use Silent Circle for secure phone, text, video, and email. Subscribe here (only $10 a month right now!) https://silentcircle.com/;
6. Ironkey thumbdrive. http://ow.ly/lYquv; and
7. Use virus protection (even Macs). Here’s one for Mac that I use http://www.intego.com/.
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