Police State

Police State: Thousands of Americans’ Electronics Illegally Searched at Border

Source: The Daily Bell January 8, 2018 By Joe Jarvis Over 30,000 people had their electronic devices searched without probable cause or a warrant by Customs and Border Protection in 2017. This is a 50% increase from 2016. Most of the searches took place at airports when travelers were leaving …

Surveillance State

U.S. Government Targets “Homegrown Violent Extremists” In Broad Surveillance

Source: Activist Post October 26, 2017 By Aaron Kesel The U.S. government has increased its physical and digital surveillance to now include a broad definition of “homegrown violent extremists” in the Department of Defense’s manual which isn’t clearly defined, Reuters reported. The change actually happened last year, announced under the Obama …

Police State

Warrantless Searches Are Always Unlawful

Lost Horizons Pete Hendrickson The historical record of the Fourth Amendment makes clear that there are no exceptions. AMERICANS HAVE BEEN SIMMERING WITH ANGER IN RECENT YEARS over revelations about the NSA and FBI hoovering-up everyone’s phone-calls, email, “social media” posts and so on, along with other systematic, institutionalized privacy …

Authoritarianism

Why nearly all state gun control laws being passed today will soon be null and void

Friday, April 05, 2013 by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Gun control zealots currently think they are winning. Connecticut has just passed a wildly unconstitutional new gun control law, and it was preceded by New York’s similarly-outrageous assault on private gun ownership liberties. Colorado, Maryland and California are all either …

Collectivism

The U.S. Supreme Court: Architects of the American Police State

– John W. Whitehead (Bio and Archives)  Monday, February 25, 2013 From time to time throughout history, individuals have been subjected to charges (and eventual punishment) by accusers whose testimony was treated as infallible and inerrant. Once again, we find ourselves repeating history, only this time, it’s the police whose testimony is …