Posts Categorized: 4th Amendment

Any Connection Between Snowden and 11 13 15 Paris Attacks?

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I cited Mike Morrell, former deputy CIA director, previously speaking out against Edward Snowden during a radio interview: HH: Mr. Morell, on Page 293, you talk about the treacherous Snowden. He’s just a traitor, and you write, “I believe that the Snowden disclosures will go down in history as the greatest compromise of classified information… Read more »

Obama regime ramps ups from IRS audits to death threats Update- the threats worked

Obama regime ramps ups from IRS audits to death threats Update- the threats worked

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Talk about your war on whistleblowers…. The Obama regime has been conducting an IRS pogrom against conservatives for several years now. Private records have been released, conservative groups and individuals have been audited continuously and the Obama regime has issued new rules codifying the persecution of conservatives. Now the Obama regime is taking it to… Read more »

Think Obama spying is bad now? You ain't seen nuthin' yet

Think Obama spying is bad now? You ain’t seen nuthin’ yet

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Allow me to introduce the Obamacare Federal Data Services Hub. It will eventually control your life. All of it. The Health and Human Services Department earlier this year exposed just how vast the government’s data collection efforts will be on millions of Americans as a result of ObamaCare. Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., asked HHS to… Read more »

Obama: I'm no Dick Cheney!

Obama: I’m no Dick Cheney!

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Barack Obama sought to once again use Dick Cheney as a whipping boy to create a distinction between his and the previous administration. President Barack Obama used a television interview set to air Monday night to defend his administration’s use of far-reaching surveillance programs as carefully supervised and controlled. Obama also appeared to reject comparisons… Read more »

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A Brave New World of Surveillance and Erosion of Privacy?

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Aside from fears of government intrusion into the private lives of ordinary citizens, what about intrusion from the private business sector of telecoms, internet apps companies, credit card services, and private data aggregators?

I finally took time out to watch the 2002 film “Minority Report“.

Within the movie, which takes place in something like 2056, iris-recognition technology is fully integrated into society:

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Hero Or Traitor

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Hero Or Traitor Edward Snowden is on the run for his life. He was being asked to perform a job he considered illegal, immoral, and un-American. Supposedly, he lost faith in the leader for whom young people, Leftist Ideologues, and Useful Idiots have placed so much faith. Yet, he knew our Nobel Peace Prize winning… Read more »

Probably as close to a smoking gun as you're going to get

Probably as close to a smoking gun as you’re going to get

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As we have previously noted, there need not be Obama fingerprints on anything- all that was needed was the “unofficial nod.” Kimberley Strassel of the WSJ put this timeline together and it makes very obvious what happened: Aug. 9, 2010: In Texas, President Obama for the first time publicly names a group he is obsessed… Read more »

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TSA Is Threatened By Me

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I've had my encounters with the TSA on a number of occasions. I would be considered a TSA Troll if such a definition existed. I follow their Twitter and have had some back and forth constitutional arguments with them about their ignorance, stupidity, and illegal actions. I'm convinced that since I use my real name… Read more »

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4th Amendment Erosion

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Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. –Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759 A couple of days ago, I read an article about how police in Michigan (go figure) were forcing motorists to surrender their cell phones upon being detention for traffic violations…. Read more »