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If you thought feds wanted to track you before, check out now

June 29, 2011
If you thought feds wanted to track you before, check out now

The federal government is arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court that police investigators and other authorities should be allowed to track American citizens in the U.S. to develop the “probable cause” needed for search warrants and other investigative tools. But a team of civil-rights experts says such permission would pose a grave danger to freedom-loving […]

Have the “Supremes” Gone Plumb Loco?

June 13, 2011
Have the “Supremes” Gone Plumb Loco?

”….. a commitment in each of us to liberty and mutual respect?”  What happened to that as the lofty goal of the judiciary and all other men?  “Liberty” ….. a pipe dream, when an irrational ideology arises to trump it.  That ideology is liberalism, progressivism, socialism and/or communism and for the last 100 years or […]

Obama Nullifies and Ends US Constitution

June 2, 2011
Obama Nullifies and Ends US Constitution

Sometime in May 2011, the United States Constitution was rendered null and void by then €œPresident€ Barack Hussein Obama. Although it was later accepted that Mr. Obama was ineligible to be President of the United States, due to his not meeting the US Constitution’€™s requirement of €œnatural born citizen,€ (and some speculated this was the […]

Rutherford’s concerns for 4th Amendment

June 2, 2011
Rutherford’s concerns for 4th Amendment

The Rutherford Institute says the U.S. Supreme Court has done away with the Fourth Amendment by sidestepping a case involving parental rights and student protection. Though the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Sarah Green’s Fourth Amendment rights had been violated, the Supreme Court says the case is moot now that she is nearly […]

Senate debates president’s power during cyber-attack

May 24, 2011
Senate debates president’s power during cyber-attack

Senators squared off with Obama administration officials Monday about plans to give the president emergency powers to protect vital U.S. electronic networks from attacks by hackers, cyberterrorists and foreign governments. The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held a hearing on the administration’s legislative proposal, announced two weeks ago, that would rely on a […]

Stealing cyberspace

May 2, 2011

by Jon Christian Ryter NewsWithViews.com Emboldened by what the media purported to be a “people’s revolution” that toppled the regime of Tunisian strongman Ben Ali over, the media reported, rising unemployment and Ben Ali’s corruption, the “freedom movement” instigated by the Muslim Brotherhood leapfrogged Libya and brought its Islamic brand of political unrest to Egypt. […]

USJF launches campaign against FCC control of Internet

March 14, 2011

On Dec. 17, 2010 the United States Justice Foundation launched an aggressive campaign to alert the American people of an attempt by the Federal Communications Commission through the Department of Homeland Security, based on an Executive Order issued by President Barack Obama, to assume control of the Internet.

Proposed use of instant DNA testing by Homeland Security.

March 4, 2011

By Michael Connelly The use of portable DNA testing devices by the Department of Homeland Security raises several issues with Constitutional implications.

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