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Why Can’t We Sue the TSA For Assault?

April 20, 2022 Federal Programs 0

by Ron Paul When I was in Congress and had to regularly fly between DC and Texas, I was routinely subjected to invasive “pat-downs” (physical assaults) by the Transportation Security Administration ...

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Republicans Miss the Real Issue Regarding TSA Scanners

By: Laurence M. Vance The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is back in the news again, and, as usual, it is not because the agency did something noteworthy. The TSA was established ...

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The Government’s Kill Switch for Your Car, Your Freedoms and Your Life

by: John Whitehead “A psychotic world we live in. The madmen are in power.” —Philip K. Dick, The Man in the High Castle If we haven’t learned by now, we should ...

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Benjamin Franklin on “Doing Good to the Poor”

The federal government lacks any legitimate constitutional authority to establish welfare programs for the poor. Not only that, the federal welfare system fails in its promise to “help the poor” ...

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Two Americas

THERE ARE TWO AMERICAS ~

In early January 2020, Bob Lonsberry, a Rochester talk radio personality on WHAM 1180 AM, said this in response to Biden’s Income inequality speech: Two Americas The Democrats are right, ...

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Big-Tech More Powerful than the U.S. Government? Not Even Close

By: Michael Boldin While big-tech censorship is concerning, it’s absurd to claim Facebook and Amazon have more power than the federal government in Washington D.C., the largest government in the history ...

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We The People

Is the U.S. Government the Enemy of the People?

September 28, 2019 Current Events / Federal Programs 0

  By: John Whitehead   Take heed, America. Our losses are mounting with every passing day. What began with the post-9/11 passage of the USA Patriot Act  has snowballed into the eradication ...

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How Federal Programs Helped Rich White People and Corporations Steal Land from Poor Black Farmers

By: Mike Maharrey A lot of people believe that the federal government is a friend to liberty because it protected African-Americans against discrimination in the 1960s. But research shows that ...

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