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An Occasional Victory for Freedom!

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SOME OCCASIONAL COMMON SENSE FROM THE SUPREME COURT

Is privacy dead in America?  Many of us thought it was after a disastrous year of almost total usurpation of both freedom and privacy by the federal government. Since the founding of our country more than 200 hundred years ago, Americans have enjoyed the core rights and liberties that have made our country not just unique, but exceptional in protecting basic freedoms. But no more!  The Patriot Act was the beginning of stripping basic American civil liberties, and it’s been all downhill with one assault after another on basic freedoms.  There was a slight blip or light at the end of the tunnel this week, when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that law enforcement officers cannot arbitrarily attach a GPS  to your car to monitor everywhere you are going.  They have to get a search warrant.  Take a look at the positives of this Supreme Court decision, and more commentary on the erosion of basic liberties in this week’s column now posted.  You can read it by Clicking on the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.  Still not concerned!  Check out the video below.

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