4th Amendment Group

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.[1]

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no member of Congress was allowed to read the first Patriot Act that was passed by the House on October 27, 2001

-------------------------------Abolish The Patriot Act-----------------------------------

-------------------------------Abolish The Dept Of Homeland Security--------------

------------------------------Abolish NSA Spying on American Citizens-------------

-------------Abolish NDAA Provisions Authorizing American Detention--------------------

Judge Napolitano--The Patriot Act

t's been a well known fact, DHS has been militarizing local police officers with weapons used for war. In fact, local police officers are starting to resemble military members as they train in our communities, and we already know our backyards are now the battlefield according to Congress. They have given up their responsibility to declare war on true enemies while declaring our private property, neighborhoods, and communities the battlefield. Now DHS is really overflexing their muscle.

They are removing law enforcement officers who aren't swallowing the DHS Kool-Aid.

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Military Commissions Act of 2006

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Comment by on January 14, 2011 at 5:08pm
Comment by STRATIOTES on December 30, 2010 at 10:25pm
Look at the numbers, in the year 2000 there were 75 million production jobs in America, in 2010 there were 65 million production jobs in America, there is no way to sustain the standard of living at the present level on planet earth the way it is being administered now, the evil stewards plans are clear, genocide, they see human beings at pests needing extermination. Plan for the worst hope for the best.
Comment by Jabber on December 30, 2010 at 12:31pm

I'm am so flippin' tired of our privacy being invaded!!!


Comment by on December 29, 2010 at 9:47pm

FBI Pushes For Expanded Wiretapping Capabilities


Comment by on November 29, 2010 at 11:11am
How the USA PATRIOT Act redefines "Domestic Terrorism"
Comment by Doyle Pritchard, Tn. St. Pres. on September 28, 2010 at 11:54am
Stratiotes is exactly right with his observations! The Fourth Amendment has been pulverized into dust! We are losing, folks...and we'd best get to doing something about it.
Comment by Proud American on September 28, 2010 at 11:32am
" The DHS didn't respond to requests for comment on exactly which of its agencies use the ZBVs. The New York Police Department confirmed that it uses the technology but wouldn't divulge specifics. Privacy-conscious travelers may cringe to think of the full-body scanners finding their way into dozens of airport checkpoints around the country.

Most likely aren't aware that the same technology, capable of seeing through walls and clothes, has also been rolling out on U.S. streets."
how's that hope and change working for US now????

"American Science & Engineering ( ASEI - news - people ), a company based in Billerica, Mass., has sold U.S. and foreign government agencies more than 500 backscatter X-ray scanners mounted in vans that can be driven past neighboring vehicles or cargo containers to snoop into their contents. And while the biggest buyer of AS&E's machines over the last seven years has been the Department of Defense for operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, the company says law enforcement agencies have also been using them domestically, deploying the roving scanners to search for vehicle-based roadside bombs in American cities. "This product is now the largest-selling cargo and vehicle inspection system ever," says Joseph Reiss, AS&E's vice president of marketing."

Scanner Vans Allow Drive-By Snooping
Andy Greenberg, 09.09.10, 12:40 PM EDT
Forbes Magazine dated September 27, 2010
X-ray vans that can see through walls--and clothes--hit America's streets. Nervous yet?

may i interject.. 'the PROGRESSIVES' have been laying the 'infrastructure' to quell the population, replace 'the Republic with 'elitest rule' for well over 100 years...

please check out these books...
Road to Serfdom

The coming insurrection...

Illegals: The Unacceptable Cost of America’s Failure to Control Its Borders.

The Roots of Obama’s Rage

■The Secrets of the Federal Reserve by Eustace Mullins

please dont take my word for any of this.. 'do your own research'!
Comment by Bill Barnes Jr on August 5, 2010 at 1:59pm
There is plenty of evidence that the gov has been preparing to seize all communications and in the process has been building a platform to activate control.
Comment by STRATIOTES on August 5, 2010 at 1:26pm
A free citizenry does not ask its governments' permission to exercise a right. It does not register its exercise of a right. It does not waive any other right, such as the right to privacy, in exchange for permission to exercise a right such as the right to keep and bear arms. It does not permit government to claim the exercise of a right is probable cause, or prima facie evidence, or even a suspicion, of a crime having been committed. It does not discuss, or negotiate, what rights it will or will not exercise with government or with any government functionary. In short, a free citizenry, founded in principles of liberty, does not give up its right to determine what kind of government will receive its Consent to Govern. --Donald L. Cline

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