June 1, 2015 (OffNow.org) – Imagine your football team trails 42-0, and with time winding down in the fourth quarter, the kicker boots a 52-yard field goal. A great victory? Hardly. You can call it a moral victory. You can call it symbolic victory. But you didn’t win. That scenario serves as a pretty good…Details
Two bills (more info here) were introduced this year by State Senator Branden Petersen (R-Andover) to help protect the privacy rights of Minnesota residents against unlawful intrusion. Follow the action steps below to support these important bills. STATUS: SF32 and SF33 were both referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where they will need to pass…Details
There should be no local police, no county sheriff’s deputies and no state law enforcement officers involved. If states would simply quit cooperating, many of these constitutional violations would not happen. The feds don’t have the resources. They depend on state and local help.Details
Big Brother is transforming North Carolina State University from an institute of higher learning into an institute of constitutional degradation.
The National Security Agency recently partnered with NC State to create the Laboratory for Analytic Sciences (LAS) on its Raleigh campus, according to a recent press release.
“By immersing intelligence analysts with NC State’s diverse group of scientists, we hope to discover new and powerful ways to meet our foreign signals intelligence and information assurance missions – giving us an edge to better protect the nation,” NSA Director of Research Dr. Michael Wertheimer said.Details
Add New Jersey to the long list of states opposing drone operations within their borders. Drone surveillance activity using unmanned aerial vehicles or “UAVs” has become an urgent issue threatening the right to privacy, recognized by the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution. Anti-drone legislation recently introduced by Assemblywoman Quijano (D) and co-sponsored by Assemblywoman…Details
If ever one needed a cogent example of why relying on the federal government to comply with the constitution and protect the liberties of the people is hopeless, the senate just gave one. Robert Wenzel reports over at his EconomicPolicyJournal that in a 79 to 12 vote, the senate rejected an amendment to the Foreign…Details