In almost all cases, those who oppose the national government’s universal surveillance of U.S. citizens are correct. It is unconstitutional because it violates the 4th Amendment, undermines the 1st Amendment, and is only necessary because the national government has put the United States in a lose/lose situation. It will not stop the U.S.-led overseas military, political, and cultural interventions that motivate the Islamists to attack Americans, but it will not use the U.S. military to its fullest potential to destroy the enemy it has motivated to kill Americans. So long as this status quo continues, the civil liberties of Americans will be incrementally abridged and perhaps ultimately eliminated. That is simply the unavoidable result of prolonged and unnecessary wars, and the executive branch’s aggrandizement of power that inevitably accompanies such wars.
Trump Is Bringing Control of the Secret Space Program Under the Control of the Elected Government – Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show
It is clear to me that Trump is transferring the control of the secret space program from Deep State to elected government. However, he is doing so under the ruse that the program is one […]
The Rutherford Institute :: Martial Law Masquerading as Law and Order: The Police State’s Language of Force | By John W. Whitehead |
Forget everything you’ve ever been taught about free speech in America. It’s all a lie. There can be no free speech for the citizenry when the government speaks in a language of force. What is […]