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Video: Police and Military . . . Was Your Oath Sincere?



When you signed up you took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic, but did you ever actually read that document? Was your oath sincere, or were they just empty words?




House Votes to Kill Fourth Amendment



Kurt Nimmo
Prison Planet.com
September 13, 2012

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives voted to extend amendments added in 2008 to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act’s Amendments Act (FAA) in essence reduces the Fourth Amendment to a nullity.

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Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., chairman of the House Intelligence Committee,
says the government is not conducting dragnet surveillance of Americans.

The unconstitutional extension passed by a vote of 301 to 118. 111 Democrats and seven Republicans voted no.

The amendments allow the government to electronically intercept domestic phone calls, emails and other communications without going to a court and obtaining a search warrant.

The Fourth Amendment states: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

The government exploited fear over cyber attacks to reauthorize the amendments. “Foreign nations continue to spy on America to plot cyber-attacks and attempt to steal sensitive information from our military and private sector industries,” said Rep. Lamar Smith of Texas who sponsored this bill and an earlier one, the internet censorship bill SOPA.


We Take Care of Our Own: Eric Holder and the End of Rights



By Peter Van Vuren
Fmr. State Dept. Iraq PPART
Huffington Post
March 6, 2012

Historians of the future, if they are not imprisoned for saying so, will trace the end of America's democratic experiment to the fearful days immediately after 9/11, what Bruce Springsteen called the days of the empty sky, when frightened, small men named Bush and Cheney made the first decisions to abandon the Constitution in the name of freedom and created a new version of the security state with the Patriot Act, Guantanamo, secret prisons and sanctioned torture by the U.S. government. They proceeded carefully, making sure that lawyers in their employ sanctioned each dark act, much as kings in old Europe used the church to justify their own actions.

Those same historians will remark from exile on the irony that such horrendous policies were not only upheld by Obama, a Nobel Peace Prize winner and professor of Constitutional law, but added to until we came to the place we sadly occupy today: the Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder, publicly stating that the American Government may murder one of its own citizens when it wishes to do so, and that the requirements of due process enshrined in the Constitution's Fifth Amendment, itself drawn from the Magna Carta that was the first reflowering of basic human rights since the Greeks, can be satisfied simply by a decision by that same president.

Yesterday will thus be remembered as the day we gave up. No more clever wordplay (enhanced interrogations, "patriot" act, targeted killing, kinetic operations) but a simple declaration that the U.S. government will kill its own citizens when it wishes to, via a secret process we, and our victims, are not allowed to know or contest.


America is a Constitutional Republic . . . NOT a Democracy



By Daneen G. Peterson, Ph.D.
How often have you heard people refer to America as a Democracy? When was the last time that you heard America referred to as a Republic, or better yet . . . a Constitutional Republic?

There is a very good reason that our Pledge of Allegiance refers to our country as a Republic, and there is a very good reason that our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution do not even mentioned the word "democracy".


Many people are under the false impression our form of government is a democracy, or representative democracy. This is of course completely untrue. The Founders were extremely knowledgeable about the issue of democracy and feared a democracy as much as a monarchy. They understood that the only entity that can take away the people's freedom is their own government, either by being too weak to protect them from external threats or by becoming too powerful and taking over every aspect of life. Isn't that where we are today?


They knew very well the meaning of the word "democracy", and the history of democracies; and they were deliberately doing everything in their power to prevent having a democracy.

In a Republic, the sovereignty resides with the people themselves. In a Republic, one may act on his own or through his representatives when he chooses to solve a problem. The people have no obligation to the government; instead, the government is a servant of the people, and obliged to its owner -- We the People. Many politicians have lost sight of that fact.

Why Oath Keepers Is Dangerous



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Whenever any government in any country is taken over by lawless and power mad traitors they naturally demonize the people and the defenders of individuals freedoms as "terrorists," and "extremists" to divide and rule the nation. This is the case in America today, where armed agents of the state have been brainwashed to be on the lookout for "domestic terrorists" and "right wing extremists" in the guise of groups like the Oath Keepers.

The Oath Keepers is a non-partisan, apolitical group of current soldiers, veterans, fire fighters, and police officers who have pledged to honor their oath to defend the Constitution of the United States and disobey officials orders that are clearly in violation of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

Oath Keepers is considered dangerous and treated like terrorists by the tyrants who have hijacked the U.S. government because they have promised to protect the rights of American people and keep their oaths to the Constitution. Oath keeping is frowned upon by the mainstream media and the political establishment because in the twisted world of these traitors and rats to do good is evil and to do evil is good.

It is a sad age when nobility is demonized as terrorism and oath keeping is cynically called a "looney" act and a product of "paranoid conspiracy theories." This is what the world has come to. This shows how far America has fallen. Treasonous tyrants in Washington feel free to throw dirt on true warriors like the Oath Keepers while they deceive tens of thousands of other warriors to fight in pointless, criminal and unending wars overseas that are based on total lies.

While You Were Sleeping, They Abolished the Fourth Amendment



Debate Over: The United States has official entered the annuls of history as a Soviet-style police state

By Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com

Two recent Supreme Court cases have served to virtually abolish the Fourth Amendment in the United States of America, with citizens no longer being “secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.”

 

 

In a precedent described by dissenting justices as “breathtaking” and “unnecessarily broad,” the Indiana Supreme Court ruled last week in a 3-2 vote that doing anything to resist police busting down your door and conducting an illegal search is now a criminal act.


What's the Constitution? Don't bother asking 70% of Americans



Alarming number of U.S. citizens don't know basic facts about their own country.

By Rachel Quigley
Mail Online

First Christina Aguilera forgot the words to the national anthem.

Now it has emerged that 70 per cent of Americans do not know what the Constitution is, and six per cent don't even know when Independence Day falls.

Newsweek recently gave 1,000 Americans the U.S. Citizenship test and found that their knowledge of the history and running of their own country was seriously lacking.

Stumped: In the U.S. citizenship test, only 38 per cent of
Americans passed and some didn't know answers to basic questions like
who is the vice president?

Stumped: In the U.S. citizenship test, only 38 per cent of Americans passed and some didn't know answers to basic questions like who is the vice president?


Audio: Where Does The Constitution Authorize Congress to Order Americans To Buy Health Insurance, Pelosi Says: 'Are You Serious'



When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was asked, "Where the Constitution authorizes Congress to order Americans to buy health insruance, she dismissed the question with one of her own: "Are you serious?"

  





CNSNews.com
asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday where the Constitution authorized Congress to order Americans to buy health insurance--a mandate included in both the House and Senate versions of the health care bill--Pelosi dismissed the question by saying: “Are you serious? Are you serious?”
 
Pelosi's press secretary later responded to written follow-up questions from CNSNews.com by emailing CNSNews.com a press release on the “Constitutionality of Health Insurance Reform,” that argues that Congress derives the authority to mandate that people purchase health insurance from its constitutional power to regulate interstate commerce.

The exchange with Speaker Pelosi on Thursday occurred as follows:

 
CNSNews.com: “Madam Speaker, where specifically does the Constitution grant Congress the authority to enact an individual health insurance mandate?”
 
Pelosi: “Are you serious? Are you serious?”
 
CNSNews.com: “Yes, yes I am.”

Friends of the Constitution - Helping To Educate Our Nation on Our Responsibility To Preserve, Protect and Defend The Constituti



By Keith Broaders

Our nation was born on September 17, 2009 in Philadelphia. The Founding Fathers knew that to secure the blessings of liberty they needed to amend the Articles of Confederation and create a central government with the power necessary to protect the unalienable rights of the people. They knew that they needed to create a government that could be restrained by a written Constitution. They believed that an unrestrained government was like a hungry lion that would protect them on one day and eat them on another.They knew that if "We The People" did not control the beast it would one day consume us.

According to the Declaration of Independence the government was instituted among men deriving its just power from the consent of the governed. It was created to be the guardian of our liberty and the defender of our unalienable rights.

Video: Judge Andrew Napolitano Speaks On Natural Rights and the Patriot Act



Judge Andrew Napolitano gives a speech from the heart about freedom and from where our rights come. The Judge explains the hard core truth about the Constitution and why we must fight to regain and retain our freedoms.
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