Wiretaps, USA: Are You a Victim?

Written by Gary North on July 2, 2012

July 2, 1776, was the day Congress voted in favor of the Declaration of Independence. The signing took place on July 4. Today’s Congress would not be so rash. Those of us who are paranoid about our privacy are under assault these days. Government spying on Americans is escalating. A handful of members of Congress […]

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“Get a Warrant!” Supreme Court Tells Police: GPS Tracking

Written by Gary North on January 25, 2012

The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously decided that it is not constitutional for law enforcement agencies to install a GPS tracking device on a citizen’s vehicle unless a judge has issued a warrant. In a unanimous decision, the high court said Fourth Amendment guarantees against unreasonable searches prohibit police or federal agents from affixing a […]

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Worse Than the NDAA: This Bill Is Before Congress

Written by Gary North on January 10, 2012

Its called the Enemy Expatriation Act. It is probably going to be signed into law. But first, let’s review. In America today, the politicians have convinced most of us that in order to keep us all “safe” we must give up many of our rights and move toward becoming a totalitarian police state.  In the […]

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