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DECEMBER 1, 2013 




P.A.N.D.A. People Against The NDAA
Today's guest: Dan Johnson



About Dan

Dan is 20 years old, an Eagle Scout, and has been recognized as one of the top 30 impromptu speakers in the United States. He is a Political Science Major at Bowling Green State University, and speaks a moderate amount of Japanese. He was always interested in politics, and was appalled when he saw the direction our country was heading in.

His wake-up call was watching a video on the NDAA in November. After doing further research, in late January, he founded PANDA (People Against the National Defense authorization Act). PANDA is supported by groups across the political spectrum, and is now one of the fastest growing liberty movements in the nation; with over 30 state teams across the country.

Recognized by many as an upcoming expert on the subjects of Liberty vs. National Security, the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, the 2001 AUMF, and the gradual slide toward an American Police State, Dan Johnson has spoken at the Northwest Ohio Conservative Conference, the Oathkeepers Midwest Regional Conference and
P.A.U.L. Fest, writes for many online publications including the Huffington Post, Policy Mic, and Western Journalism and has been interviewed on multiple radio shows including Coast to Coast AM, Liberty Roundtable, and Red Ice Radio.


Anonymous, GoDaddy and SOPA: A Warning of What's to Come
I was just getting back from a long day of classes and was about to enjoy a generous lunch when I received a message from my friend, Donny Tsunami.

"Your website's down, man."

I Immediately went to my website,, and sure enough, a "DNS Error" showed up.

I had seen something recently on my Facebook Timeline about a message for GoDaddy from Anonymous, so I immediately googled "Anonymous Godaddy hack."

It turns out, Anonymous was quick to accept responsibility for taking down not only GoDaddy but millions of websites hosted on its servers as well.

"I'm taking godaddy down bacause well i'd like to test how the cyber security is safe and for more reasons that i can not talk now " reads a tweet from @AnonymousOwn3r.

An Anonymous source clued me into their intentions.

This was a warning shot.

GoDaddy has been under fire before for supporting the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), a bill that would have extremely limited internet freedom and introduced unprecedented censorship. Even the noted entrepreneur and founder of took GoDaddy to task for supporting SOPA:

"We will move our 1,000 domains off @GoDaddy unless you drop support of SOPA. We love you guys, but #SOPA-is-cancer to the Free Web."

The internet hosting company has also drawn the ire of civil liberties activists. On February 11th, 2008, visitors to received an "Oops!" image urging the owner of the site to contact GoDaddy on why they pulled the plug. When founder Gino Sesto inquired about why his site was down, GoDaddy said it was for "suspicious activity."

GoDaddy was down for almost an entire business day.

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