Repeal the Patriot Act

March 9, 2020 4th Amendment 0

By: Judge Andrew Napolitano I have been writing for years about the dangers to human freedom that come from government mass surveillance. The United States was born in a defiant ...

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Applying the Fourth Amendment’s Original Meaning to Cell Phones and Heat Sensors

By: Michael Rappaport How should the Fourth Amendment’s original meaning be applied to modern technology that was not in existence at the time of the Amendment’s enactment? Many commentators believe ...

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Originalism, the Fourth Amendment, and New Technology

December 13, 2019 4th Amendment / Court Cases 0

By: Michael Rappaport One of the important issues for originalism is whether it can be applied to new circumstances that were not envisioned at the time of the original Constitution. ...

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Supreme Court Simultaneously Tramples State Sovereignty and Fourth Amendment

By: Suzanne Sherman A case recently decided by the U.S. Supreme Court once again reveals the inherent danger of placing virtually unlimited authority in the federal judiciary and centralizing decision ...

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Cops Use Lexis Nexis Facial Recognition To Identify Your Family And Friends

By: jprivate What is it going to take for Americans to realize that law enforcement has become an extension of Big Brother? All across the country, police officers are secretly ...

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Organized Destabilization of America

May 7, 2019 4th Amendment / Anarchy 0

By KrisAnne Hall The FBI, CIA, Congress, Patriot Act, USA Freedom Act, Smith-Mundt Modernization Act, etc... Listen as we connect the 4th Amendment & Due Process dots for you that ...

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San Francisco Committee Passes Ordinance to Ban Facial Recognition

By: Mike Maharrey SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (May 6, 2019) – Today, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ Rules Committee unanimously approved an ordinance that would set the stage to limit ...

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Amazon Powers Police Facial Recognition: Good Morning Liberty 05-03-19

By: Michael Boldin Amazon’s facial-recognition technology is supercharging local police. On previous episodes of this show, we reported that Amazon has been pushing local and federal agencies to use its ...

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Cities Are Tracking Your Cell Phone

By: jprivate If ever you needed a reason to turn off your cellphone, then maybe this story this will convince you. The Palm Beach Post recently revealed how the City of Palm ...

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Federal Judge Cites “National Security” as Reason to Throw out Lawsuit over NSA Spying

By: Mike Maharrey People often say we shouldn’t worry about federal surveillance because the federal courts will protect our rights and ensure agencies like the NSA and FBI operate within ...

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