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VIDEO Daily Wire Speaks With Sen. Mike Lee About The ‘Due Process Guarantee Act’

June 15, 2018

In 2011, section 1021 was added to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). This text, which features vague language associated with the detention of “covered persons,” set off alarm bells among civil rights watchdogs. 1,412 more words

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Fine Tuning Our Dynamic Democracy

 As individuals who are part of families, and in a larger sense, the local and national community, we are taught the value of bettering ourselves, learning from our mistakes, making amends, and improving ourselves. 1,199 more words

Know Your Rights - Part 10

The Tenth Amendment is one I cite like NRA members cite the Second. I often refer to it because I think it validates my call for the abolition of the Department of Education (among many, many others.) I’m very passionate about K-12 education and I do not like that the federal government has their hands in it. 270 more words

Know Your Rights - Part 9

Welcome back to A World Under Fire and the Know Your Rights series. We have been talking about the importance of knowing our rights and defending them against the government, big government activists, and anyone who seeks to dispose of them. 113 more words

The Bill of Rights (1791)

The Bill of Rights (1791)

Amendment I

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

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Government Spying on Citizens

Two departing members of Congress, Paul Ryan and Trey Gowdy have come out and said that the DOJ did nothing wrong by spying on the Trump Campaign. 603 more words


Florida’s "Red-flag" Law Taking Guns Without Due Process

 June 6, 2018 by  Bob Adelmann

After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, it didn’t take long for Florida’s “red-flag” law to be implemented. The Florida legislature enacted the law on March 9, apparently deciding that the ends justified the means, i.e., that judicial processes in place since the founding of the Republic were just too cumbersome and took too long. 755 more words