Fourth Amendment


State Sets Massive Precedent, Passes Law To Effectively Ban The NSA

By Rachel Blevins Free Thought Project May 21, 2018   State Sets Massive Precedent, Passes Law To Effectively Ban The NSA While the federal government continues to give itself more power, one state has passed a law that bans NSA data collection without due process.       Michigan has become the first state to ban […]

State Sets Massive Precedent, Passes Law To Effectively Ban The NSA

War with Russia Approaching

Spy Court Finds Surveillance Operating Outside The Law

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org January 23, 2018   The NSA, CIA, and FBI are criminal organizations that should be abolished and their leaderships imprisoned. Here is proof from the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that security agencies have been operating outside the law: On page 4 the federal court that oversees […]


Paradigm Shift: State Courts Rule Police Raids Over Weed Were Illegal and Uncalled For

By Rachel Blevins Free Thought Project November 30, 2017   Paradigm Shift: State Courts Rule Police Raids Over Weed Were Illegal and Uncalled For Courts in two states are finally admitting that dangerous early-morning raids conducted by SWAT teams searching for cannabis are illegal and unwarranted.     Courts in both Florida and Michigan have admitted […]

Paradigm Shift: State Courts Rule Police Raids Over Weed Were Illegal and Uncalled For

Can the Government Keep Us Safe?

Can the Government Keep Us Safe?

By Judge Andrew P. Napolitano Mises Institute October 10, 2017   Can the Government Keep Us Safe?   Here we go again. The United States has been rattled to the core by an unspeakable act of evil perpetrated by a hater of humanity. A quiet, wealthy loner rented a hotel suite in Las Vegas, armed it […]


Armed and Dangerous: If Police Don’t Have to Protect the Public, What Good Are They?

The Government Is Still the Enemy of Freedom

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute March 13, 2017   The Government Is Still the Enemy of Freedom   My friends, we’re being played for fools. On paper, we may be technically free. In reality, however, we are only as free as a government official may allow. We only think we live in a […]


The StingRay Is Exactly Why the 4th Amendment Was Written

By Olivia Donaldson Foundation for Economic Education February 15, 2017   The StingRay Is Exactly Why the 4th Amendment Was Written     Imagine you are in the middle of your typical day-to-day activities. Maybe you are driving, spending time with family, or working. If you are like most people, your phone is at your […]

The StingRay Is Exactly Why the 4th Amendment Was Written

Should Microsoft Be Allowed To Tells Its Users When Government Searches Their Data?

Should Microsoft Be Allowed To Tells Its Users When Government Searches Their Data?

By Chris Morran Consumerist January 24, 2017   Should Microsoft Be Allowed To Tells Its Users When Government Searches Their Data?     If the police serve a search warrant on your home, you know, but if law enforcement searches your cloud-stored files, you’ll probably have no idea — and companies like Microsoft are currently […]


‘We the Prisoners’: The Demise of the Fourth Amendment

‘We the Prisoners’: The Demise of the Fourth Amendment

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute June 30, 2016     “Our carceral state banishes American citizens to a gray wasteland far beyond the promises and protections the government grants its other citizens… When the doors finally close and one finds oneself facing banishment to the carceral state—the years, the walls, the rules, the […]


The Raping of America: Mile Markers on the Road to Fascism

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute August 24, 2015   The Raping of America: Mile Markers on the Road to Fascism   “Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.”—Martin Luther King Jr. There’s an ill will blowing across the country. The economy is tanking. The people […]

Armed and Dangerous: If Police Don’t Have to Protect the Public, What Good Are They?

The Spy in Your Pocket

By Nicole Kardell and Joseph S. Diedrich Foundation for Economic Education July 21, 2015   The Spy in Your Pocket How a Federal Court Skirted the Fourth Amendment and Dealt a Blow to Privacy     Does the government need a search warrant to know where you’ve been? Not if your cell phone provider knows. […]