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Betraying Our Own

January 21, 2014

By Michael Connelly They are extraordinary Americans. It is said that they sign a blank check to their country and their countrymen pledging that they will give their all, up to and including their lives, to defend the American way of life and their fellow Americans. They are the men and women who are currently […]

Will The Supreme Court Kill Constitution?

November 13, 2013

In 2012, National Federation of Independent Business vs Sebelius was considered by many to be one of the most significant Supreme Court cases heard in decades. On its outcome would depend the continued liberty of the American people. For if our elected officials can force the public to purchase government-approved health insurance, what can they NOT demand […]

Obama Assigns Job Of Gun Confiscation To…

July 26, 2013
Obama Assigns Job Of Gun Confiscation To…

“Ideally, handguns, which account for more than half of all homicides in the United States, should be banned completely, but we recognize that this is not currently politically feasible,” wrote Dr. Karl P. Adler in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). For years, the confiscationist left have fought a losing battle in their […]

Top Terrorism Experts: Mass Surveillance Doesn’t Keep Us Safe

July 11, 2013
Top Terrorism Experts: Mass Surveillance Doesn’t Keep Us Safe

The fact that mass spying on Americans isn’t necessary to keep us safe is finally going mainstream. The top counter-terrorism czar under Presidents Clinton and Bush – Richard Clarke – says: The argument that this sweeping search must be kept secret from the terrorists is laughable. Terrorists already assume this sort of thing is being done. […]

The Most Unconstitutional Law in American History

April 23, 2013
The Most Unconstitutional Law in American History

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but something has happened that you need to know about. Last week, while our attention was diverted to the Boston Marathon bombing manhunt, the U.S. House of Representatives snuck in and struck a blow to civil liberties. They passed new legislation called the Cyber Intelligence Sharing […]

Obama gets detention authority back – for now

October 30, 2012

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Obama: detention ok for 1st amendment “activities”

October 30, 2012

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The Fourth Amendment in the Supreme Court This Week

October 29, 2012

Jim Harper, Director of Information Policy Studies of the Cato Institute, posted an article entitled: “The Fourth Amendment in the Supreme Court This Week.”

SCOTUS to Decide if POTUS Can Cow Americans, Crush Their Spirit, and Put Terror in Every Heart

October 29, 2012

  On October 29, 2012, oral argument is scheduled in Clapper v. Amnesty International. The Court will then decide whether Americans have standing to challenge a federal statute that permits the government to intercept their communications without suspicion of any crime, without a warrant, and with virtually no meaningful judicial oversight of any sort. Our […]

Outcry after military veteran detained for anti-government Facebook posts

August 21, 2012
Outcry after military veteran detained for anti-government Facebook posts

A former Marine involuntarily detained for psychiatric evaluation for posting strident anti-government messages on Facebook has received an outpouring of support from people who say authorities are trampling on his First Amendment rights. Brandon J. Raub, 26, has been in custody since FBI, Secret Service agents and police in Virginia’s Chesterfield County questioned him Thursday […]

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