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To Really Make America Great, Trump Could “Reassert 4th Amendment And Roll Back Surveillance State”

This article was written by Kelli Sladick and originally published at the Tenth Amendment Center. Editor’s Comment: The truth of the matter is that presidents come and go, and while some are better than others, it is better that way. What remains, and shall not be infringed, is our rights as a people. Unfortunately, 9/11 […]

The FBI Has Planted Surveillance Cameras Throughout Seattle, You Just Can’t Know Where / by Tyler Durden – Jun 19, 2016 2:28 PM Last month, we noted that the FBI had hidden microphones in public places throughout the Bay Area – now it’s Seattle’s turn. A federal judge recently blocked the city of Seattle from releasing information about surveillance cameras that the FBI has placed around the city, […]

Wake Up, America! / By Andrew P. Napolitano / June 9, 2016 While Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are battling in their final round in the Democratic primaries and Donald Trump is arguing that Clinton should be in prison for failing to safeguard state secrets while she was secretary of state, the same FBI that is diligently investigating her is […]

Ron Paul: Before Applauding Freedom Act, Address “CIA Secret Government Far Above the Law”

Finally, a move towards freedom and the restoration of rights… well, not quite so fast. Hold your applause. The passage of the USA FREEDOM Act and the expiration of parts of the PATRIOT Act are being hailed as monumental steps in ending unwarranted surveillance, but – signed into law by President Obama – it is […]

NSA Head Covers for Violations of Fourth Amendment While “Disheartened” by Rand Paul’s Criticism / Suzanne Hamner / March 26, 2014 Individuals in the Obama administration just can’t seem to stop with the lying and constant propaganda. The latest individual to grace the lame stream enemedia with falsehoods was none other than General Keith Alexander, head of the National Security Agency. Alexander appeared on Fox News yesterday defending the NSA’s […]

What Are The Off-White Boxes That Are Going Up On Utility Poles All Over Seattle? / By Michael Snyder / November 11th, 2013 The Big Brother control grid is constantly growing and expanding all over America.  Right now, a “wireless mesh network” is in the process of being installed in Seattle that some believe will ultimately have the capability of tracking the location of every wireless device in the city.  If you live in […]

I’m from the Government, I’m Here to Bend You Over / By David Galland / August 23, 2013 Most of us have reasonable eyesight, a sense of smell, taste, feel, and all that. Yet, despite coming with roughly the same set of equipment, the degree to which each of us uses it varies considerably. Case in point: looking out over the countryside here in the rural […]

Meet the NSA’s “Fat Finger” / By Michael Krieger / August 16, 2013 James R. Clapper Jr., the director of national intelligence, has acknowledged that the court found the NSA in breach of the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures, but the Obama administration has fought a Freedom of Information lawsuit that seeks the opinion. Generally, the NSA reveals […]

Want to Defend Your Privacy? / By Doug Hornig / July 4, 2013 Happy Independence Day to our American readers, wherever they might be. While you’re enjoying friends, family, and that charbroiled steak, perhaps this is also a good time to take stock of your own state of independence. To ponder your privacy, or lack thereof, and what you might […]

It’s Official, the Fourth Amendment is Dead / By Kurt Nimmo / February 28, 2013 On Tuesday, the Supreme Court disemboweled the Fourth Amendment. In a 5-4 decision, the Court ruled that citizens cannot challenge government wiretapping laws, in particular the unconstitutional Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 and, more recently, the FISA Amendments Act of 2008. According to Justice Samuel Alito, millions […]