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Congressman: Fourth Amendment “Is Not Absolute”

FILE - In this Jan. 31, 2013, file photo Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, listens to testimony during hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. After revelations this week that the National Security Agency (NSA) is allowed to gather U.S. phone calls and emails to sift through them for information leading to terrorist suspects, lawmakers are questioning the scope of the information gathered. “Does that data all have to be held by the government?” asked King, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, who was briefed on the program this week. “I don’t think there is evidence of abuse, but I think the program can be changed to be structured with less levels of intrusion on the privacy of Americans.” (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File) In these trying days of political dog and pony shows with every Mitch, John and Nancy telling the American people what the Constitution says, it behooves every American to have a couple of copies of the Constitution of the united States of America and read it thoroughly, each time some politicians tells you what's in […]

Unconstitutional Emergency Powers Give Barack Obama Authority Over Just About Everything During A Major National Crisis

Barack-Obama-With-His-Hand-On-The-Resolute-Desk Presidents have always exercised emergency powers, but now thanks to dozens of new laws, regulations, court decisions and executive orders, Barack Obama is the most powerful president in all of U.S. history. Of course, the U.S. Constitution does not actually give the president any special powers during a time of national emergency, but over time […]

Rand Paul Launches Filibuster Against Renewal of Patriot Act

senator-rand-paul Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) promised a filibuster on the renewal of the tyrannical and unconstitutional Patriot Act signed into law following the 9/11 attacks by George W. Bush. On Wednesday, Senator Paul made good on that promise. "I'm going to lead the charge in the next couple of weeks as the Patriot Act comes forward," […]

Highwayman Government: Kiss Your Assets Goodbye

1TrainRobbery If you’re an American laboring under the assumption that you’re “free” because you live here, this story ought to allow you to see the truth. In the May 6th edition of the Albuquerque Journal, the plight of Joseph Rivers was detailed. Rivers is a 22-year-old man with a dream of becoming a producer of music videos. He […]

A Court Decision is No Law at All

140320-supreme-court-building-1638_270584ad8e0c4320a6cced0bb491c96f "All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void." - Marbury v Madison 1803. Repugnant – distasteful, offensive, disgusting. Contradictory, incompatible, inconsistent. Null - without value, effect, consequence, or significance. Void - having no legal force or effect; not legally binding or enforceable; useless, ineffectual, vain. Therefore, all laws inconsistent with the […]

USA FREEDOM Act: Just Another Word for Lost Liberty

freedom-liberty Apologists for the National Security Agency (NSA) point to the arrest of David Coleman Headley as an example of how warrantless mass surveillance is necessary to catch terrorists. Headley played a major role in the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack that killed 166 people. While few would argue that bringing someone like Headley to justice is […]