The federal government regularly assures us that NSA warrantless surveillance is perfectly constitutional and necessary for the safety of citizens. Politicians, government officials, and media outlets constantly warn that if the government doesn’t have this power, citizens will fall prey to terrorist atrocities or attacks from “the outside.” 252 more words
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From the Tenth Amendment Center…
A Missouri bill which seeks to nullify virtually every federal gun control measure on the books, “whether past, present or future,” passed the Senate Thursday. 162 more words
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The OffNow coalition has now marched state and local efforts to stop unconstitutional NSA spying right onto the agency’s front porch.
Late last week, Maryland State Delegate Michael Smigiel introduced the Fourth Amendment Protection Act to end all state cooperation with the National Security Agency (NSA). 309 more words