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Would We the People Ratify the Constitution Today?

by Dr. Robert Owens on Monday, April 21st, 2014

This is article 178 of 181 in the topic US Constitution

We the People are the opening words of the preamble to the Constitution.  Many patriots glory in that name, “We the People” holding it aloft as a banner against the encroachments of an ever expanding central government.   In the minds of many it is connected somehow to Lincoln’s famous description of America’s government, “Of the People, by the people and for the people.” 

Both of these were revolutionary terms when first spoken. 

The people of the founding generation did not think of themselves as “Americans,” instead they saw themselves as citizens of their respective States.  The thirteen colonies, with the singular exception of North and South Carolina, were each founded as separate entities.  Each had its own history and relationship with the crown.  They banded together for the Revolution during which they established the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation.  This established a confederation composed of thirteen independent States. 

When the secretly drafted Constitution was finally revealed to the public many of the leading lights of the Revolution were enraged by what they saw as a counter-revolution seeking to supplant the legally constituted Confederation of States in favor of a consolidated central government.   Some of them say the truth was revealed in the first three words, “We the People.” 

Every school child can recite the most famous words of Patrick Henry, “Give me liberty or give me death.”  You probably said those words in your head before you read them once you saw his name.  He is synonymous with America’s defiance to tyranny.  While these famous words ring in the heads of all, few know his opinion on the Constitution. 

At the Virginia Ratification Convention in 1788, Patrick Henry said,  

And here I would make this inquiry of those worthy characters who composed a part of the late federal Convention. I am sure they were fully impressed with the necessity of forming a great consolidated government, instead of a confederation. That this is a consolidated government is demonstrably clear; and the danger of such a government is, to my mind, very striking. I have the highest veneration for those gentlemen; but, sir, give me leave to demand, What right had they to say, We, the people? My political curiosity, exclusive of my anxious solicitude for the public welfare, leads me to ask, Who authorized them to speak the language of, We, the people, instead of, We, the states? States are the characteristics and the soul of a confederation. If the states be not the agents of this compact, it must be one great, consolidated, national government, of the people of all the states. 

Ever since the Civil War fatally warped the original federal structure and We the People became a reality the central government of the United States has assumed more and more power until today totalitarianism appears to be within its grasp.  I am not referring to the crude overt totalitarianism of a Nazi Germany or a Soviet Russia instead I am referring to a soft totalitarianism, a kind of nanny state smothering of individual freedom, personal liberty and economic opportunity.  After the complete subjugation of the States to the central government by the Lincoln administration combined with the increased mobility of the modern era, we the people actually became the way most people think of themselves. 

In America today we have a president who in a 2001 interview expressed his inner most thoughts about the Constitution, 

If you look at the victories and failures of the civil rights movement and its litigation strategy in the court.

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Federal judge rules in favor of Obama spy program

by Jim Kouri on Saturday, December 28th, 2013

This is article 169 of 181 in the topic US Constitution

A federal judge in New York City ruled on Friday that the so-called “Obama spy program” is constitutional despite the Fourth Amendment’s protection of Americans against unlawful search and seizure, according to several national news reports.

Ruling in the lawsuit filed against the National Security Agency by the American Civil Liberties Union — ACLU v. Clapper, (13-cv-3994) — Judge William Pauley of the Southern District of New York found that the National Security Agency’s (“NSA”) program that spies on over 300 million Americans is allowed under the U.S. Constitution.

According to a legal watchdog group’s lead attorney, Judge Pauley claims the Obama-NSA intelligence gathering program is consistent with the U.S. Constitution and that “[t]his blunt tool only works because it collects everything.”

Pauley’s decision contradicts that of Judge Richard Leon of the District Court for the District of Columbia — Klayman v. Obama (13-cv-881) — who ruled on Dec. 16, 2013, that the NSA’s spy program violates the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Judge Leon characterized the intelligence program as being “almost Orwellian.”

“I cannot imagine a more ‘indiscriminate’ and ‘arbitrary invasion’ than this systematic and high-tech collection and retention of personal data on virtually every single citizen for the purposes of querying it and analyzing it without judicial approval,” said Judge Leon.

That successful ruling was the result of a lawsuit filed against President Barack Obama by Larry Klayman, former prosecutor for the U.S. Justice Department, founder of Judicial Watch and now chairman and general counsel of Freedom Watch.

However, Judge Pauley’s ruling is evidence that this important issue must be decided by the highest court in the land, according to attorney and political strategist Mike Baker.

“It’s obvious that the Judicial Branch is the only one that can save Americans’ freedoms including those protected by the First, Second, Fourth, Fifth and other Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. If the courts go along with the political radicalism of this administration and the majority of U.S. Senators, then Americans are stuck fending for themselves,” said Baker.

In responding to Judge Pauley’s decision, Klayman said, “Judge Pauley rules that the American people have no rights regarding the government and should be kept in the dark. His decision was obviously political and not based on the U.S. Constitution and the law.”

“This leftist judge rules that the government should control and rule over our entire lives. His decision empowers the government to keep secrets to itself and that the so-called monitoring – which has been proved nonexistent – by the Obama Justice Department and a dysfunctional and compromised Congress is sufficient to protect the American people,” stated Klayman after hearing Pauley’s court decision.

Klayman and Freedom Watch point out that Pauley is a Democrat appointed by President Bill Clinton — who had his own spy program, according to an Examiner news storyand his decision and ruling create the appearance that he is currying favor with another Democrat president, Barack Obama, in the hopes of securing an even higher position within the federal judiciary.

Unlike Judge Pauley, who is a Clinton appointee, Leon is a Bush appointee who’s served on the federal bench since 2002.

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We Can Have Gay Rights or Freedom of Speech

by Daniel Greenfield on Sunday, December 22nd, 2013

This is article 103 of 112 in the topic Free Speech

What do a reality show star, a cakemaker and a photographer have in common? They’re all victims of a political system in which the mandate to not merely recognize gay marriage, but to celebrate it, has completely displaced freedom of speech.

The issues at stake in all three cases did not involve the Orwellian absurdity of “Marriage Equality”. The cases of a Christian cakemaker and a Christian photographer whom state courts have ruled must participate in gay weddings or face fines and jail time were blatant violations of both Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion in the name of outlawing any dissent from gay marriage.

That is why Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty was suspended. Robertson, unlike Bashir, didn’t take to the air to make violent threats against an individual. He expressed in plain language that he believes homosexuality is wrong. And that is something that you aren’t allowed to do anymore.

The left sneers that A&E isn’t subject to Freedom of Speech because it’s a private company. And they’re right. But then they insist that a cakemaker and a photographer aren’t protected by Freedom of Speech or Religion because they’re private businesses.

In their constitutional universe, companies have the right to punish speech in the name of gay rights, but not to engage in protected speech in dissent from gay rights. And that’s exactly the problem. It’s not just gays who have been made into a protected class, but homosexuality itself. To dissent from it is bigotry that you can be fired for, fined for and even jailed for.

Gay rights were not settled by legalizing gay marriage. We are facing an ugly choice between freedom of speech and gay rights.

In these three cases, gay rights activists have made it clear that we can have one or the other. But we can’t have a country where we have both gay weddings and people who disagree with them.

And that’s unfortunate because even the most generous interpretation of the benefits of two men marrying each other would struggle to prove that it is more beneficial to a society than the ability to speak your own mind and to practice your own religion without being compelled to violate it.

If we have to choose between gay rights and the First Amendment, the moral arc of the universe that liberals like to invoke so often will not swing toward the bullies who insist on dealing with their self-esteem problems by forcing everyone to consent and approve of their lifestyle.

Gay marriage was sold to Americans by cunningly crafted “gay families” on popular sitcoms. Now Americans are discovering that real gay activists aren’t friendly people who just want to make jokes between commercial breaks, but are neurotic and insecure bullies who attack others from behind the safety of the politicians that they bribed with the massive disposable incomes that comes from not having families or long-term relationships.

Most Americans still believe that homosexuality, adultery and a range of other deviant sexual behaviors are sins. They also, like Phil Robertson, believe that disapproving of a behavior does not mean rejecting the person.

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Judge Derails Obama 4th Amendment Terror Machine!

by John Lillpop on Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

This is article 57 of 58 in the topic Courts

Barack Obama, already up to his neck in a plethora of “phony scandals,” has a new headache to fret about, just in time for his Christmas invasion of Oahu, Hawaii for a 17-day respite.

As reported, America’s alleged “constitutional scholar” and most proliferate violator of the Constitution in the history of US presidents, was slapped down by a federal judge for wanton abuses of the 4th Amendment, carried out in Obama’s name by NSA squirrels against innocent American citizens:

A federal judge ruled Monday that the National Security Agency program which collects information on nearly all telephone calls made to, from or within the United States is likely unconstitutional.

U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon found that the program appears to violate the Fourth Amendment ban on unreasonable searches and seizures. He also said the Justice Department had failed to demonstrate that collecting the information had helped to head off terrorist attacks.

Acting on a lawsuit brought by conservative legal activist Larry Klayman, Leon issued a preliminary injunction barring the NSA from collecting so-called metadata pertaining to the Verizon accounts of Klayman and one of his clients.

However, the judge stayed the order to allow for an appeal.

“I cannot imagine a more ‘indiscriminate’ and ‘arbitrary invasion’ than this systematic and high-tech collection and retention of personal data on virtually every single citizen for purposes of querying it and analyzing it without judicial approval,” wrote Leon, an appointee of President George W. Bush.

The preliminary injunction Leon granted Monday does not require him to make a definitive ruling on the constitutional questions in the case, but does take account of which side he believes is more likely to prevail.

Once again, American Exceptionalism is rewarded as a high-school drop with high-tech skills named Edward Snowden manages to outsmart and out-maneuver the “smartest man” in the room!

Take THAT,  Barack!

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The Redistribution of Freedom

by Daniel Greenfield on Monday, December 16th, 2013

This is article 167 of 181 in the topic US Constitution

Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis called the right to be left alone the “most comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by a free people.” It would even be fair to say that without the right to be left alone no other rights exist.

Amendments one through ten of the Bill of Rights are essentially an enumeration of the ways that government is obligated to leave people alone. This is most explicitly true of the First Amendment which definitively sums up areas of human life into which government under no circumstance may trespass on.

Unlike other amendments, the territory that the First Amendment deals with is intellectual and spiritual, the world of ideas, the realm of faith and the defining right of political advocacy. The freedoms of the mind, heart and voice are the most essential of freedoms because they free us to be individuals. They allow us to have our own values. Without these freedoms, no society is free.

Those who sought to undermine these “Freedoms from Government” did so by offering alternative “Freedoms of Government.” Countering the Founding Fathers’ DMZ’s of self-determination, they promised freedom from social problems. A second Bill of Rights would offer the freedom from fear and want. Instead of a liberation from government, the new rights would trade social benefits for freedoms. A right would not mean a zone of freedom the government, but a government entitlement.

The Orwellian inversion of rights has meant that civil rights perversely take away rights. No sooner is a right created than it is used to deprive other people of their rights. Instead of rights freeing people from government repression, they act as a means of government repression. Freedom is treated as a limited commodity which, like wealth, must be redistributed to achieve maximum social justice.

The right to be left alone, freedom of speech and conscience, have taken a back seat to the redistribution of freedom. Government rights violate individual rights by compelling everyone to participate in the process of distributing entitlements.

A wedding photographer in New Mexico was ordered by a court to participate in a gay ceremony violating both her First Amendment rights to Freedom of Religion as a Christian and her right to Freedom of Speech as an artist. A baker in Colorado was ordered to make a gay wedding cake or face penalties ranging from fines to a year in prison. The ACLU is after even bigger game suing Catholic hospitals for not engaging in abortion contending that patients are being deprived of their rights.

The fundamental issue in all these cases is whether our rights are defined by the ability to be left alone or by the opposing ability to compel others to do what we want them to. Is the right to force someone else to participate in your wedding or perform your abortion more compelling than the right to opt out of being forced to engage in behaviors that violate your deepest religious convictions?

America is a nation founded by religious dissenters. Its founding documents, from the Declaration of Independence to the Constitution and its Bill of Rights make the moral case for dissent.

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Thank you, Hobby Lobby

by Michelle Malkin on Thursday, November 28th, 2013

This is article 608 of 683 in the topic Healthcare

edm1_storeThank you, Hobby Lobby
by Michelle Malkin
Creators Syndicate
Copyright 2013

Religious liberty is front and center on the nation’s Thanksgiving table. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. The family-owned craft store company is intrepidly challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare’s abortion coverage mandate. Hobby Lobby’s faithful owners deserve our thanks and praise as they defend freedom of conscience for all Americans.

The privately held retail chain’s story is the quintessential American Dream. Founder David Green started out making mini picture frames in his Oklahoma garage in 1970. He recruited his two sons, Mart and Steve, to pitch in at an early age. The family’s first establishment took up a tiny 300 square feet of retail space. Hobby Lobby now runs nearly 600 stores across the country, employs 13,000 people and topped $2 billion in sales in 2009.

The Greens’ Christian faith is at the heart of how they do business. They are dedicated to integrity and service for their customers and their employees. The debt-free company commits to “honoring the Lord in all we do by operating the company in a manner consistent with biblical principles,” as well as “serving our employees and their families by establishing a work environment and company policies that build character, strengthen individuals and nurture families.”

The company donates more than 10 percent of its income every year to charity. All stores are closed on Sundays to allow employees more family and worship time. It’s the company’s dedication to biblical principles that led Hobby Lobby in April to raise full-time employees’ starting minimum wage to $14 an hour at a time when many other firms have been forced to slash both wages and benefits.

“We believe that it is by God’s grace that Hobby Lobby has endured, and he has blessed us and our employees,” CEO David Green pointed out. “We’ve not only added jobs in a weak economy; we’ve raised wages for the past four years in a row. Our full-time employees start at 80 percent above minimum wage.”

Many of Hobby Lobby’s employees are single moms working two jobs. Green doesn’t need federal mandates to tell him how to treat and retain good employees. He does it because it is the “right thing to do.” While countless businesses have been forced to drop health insurance for their shrinking workforces during the Age of Obama, Hobby Lobby headquarters opened an onsite comprehensive health care and wellness clinic in 2010 with no co-pays.

Hobby Lobby employees are covered under the company’s self-insured health plan, which brings us back to the company’s legal case. Last September, Hobby Lobby sued the feds over Obamacare’s “preventive services” mandate, which forces the Christian-owned-and-operated business to provide, without co-pay, abortion-inducing drugs including the “morning after pill” and “week after pill” in their health insurance plan. The company risked fines up to $1.3 million per day for defying the government’s coercive abridgement of their First Amendment rights.

As Lori Windham, senior counsel for the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, which is representing Hobby Lobby in its court battles, said at the time: “Washington politicians cannot force families to abandon their faith just to earn a living.

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US Supreme Court will decide if the Obamacare contraception mandate “the least restrictive means” of obtaining goal of making contraception available?

by John Lott on Thursday, November 28th, 2013

This is article 57 of 59 in the topic US Supreme Court
I think that the Obama administration will have a hard time winning the new case going to the Supreme court on contraception mandates.  Supporters of the law will focus on whether the Religious Freedom Restoration Act applies to for profit businesses.  But I would point out that the court has moved towards letting for profit businesses have free speech rights under the First Amendment (see the Citizens United case from 2010).  The Religious Freedom Restoration Act doesn’t specifically exempt for profit businesses from coverage.  It talks about “persons,” but why should people lose the ability to honor their religious beliefs when they operate a company?  From The Hill newspaper:

“I think there’s a strong argument that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, in this particular case, would allow Hobby Lobby to deny certain contraception coverage without having to pay the fine that would otherwise be imposed them under the Affordable Care Act,” said Kurt Lash, a constitutional law professor at the University of Illinois.

The 1993 Religious Freedom Restoration Act prevents the government from “substantially burden[ing] a person’s exercise of religion” unless it “furthers a compelling governmental interest” and “is the least restrictive means of furthering that compelling governmental interest.” Hobby Lobby, a Christian-owned chain of arts and craft stores, and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp., a cabinet company owned by Mennonites, argue that the law should prevent them from having to offer their employees contraception as part of their health insurance coverage. The two companies are citing the 1993 law to back their cases.

Kennedy wrote the 1993 decision that allowed a Florida Santeria group that performed animal sacrifices to do so despite a local ban on the practice.

Under Roberts, the court unanimously ruled in 2006 that a Brazil-based religious sect could use an illegal hallucinogenic drug in their ceremonies, under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

“We already know that there is a majority on the court that not only is willing to uphold and apply [the Religious Freedom Restoration Act] but who in the past has been very skeptical of the government denying claims when they’ve been giving other groups exemptions,” Lash said. It is dangerous to predict the justices’ decisions, however, and both of these cases dealt with religious institutions, not for-profit businesses. . . .

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Is it really about “Blackface” or is it about socialists thwarting the First Amendment and creating more victims?

by Stephen Levine on Saturday, November 2nd, 2013

This is article 102 of 112 in the topic Free Speech

The more I read about political correctness and politically correct behavior, the more I note that the rules are coming from progressive socialist democrats and justified by pointy-head progressive socialist democrat professors who appear to confuse and conflate every action with a deeper psychological or behavioral problem. The end result being that the progressive socialists are able to control the conversation, thwarting the First Amendment, and engaging in Orwellian doublespeak where good is evil, black is white, up is down, and the definition of commonly understood words are perverted beyond their original definition.

The Constitution’s First Amendment guarantees your right to be an asshole, to mock anything and everything …

The First Rule of Blackface: It’s Not Hard to Understand, Everyone — It’s don’t wear blackface. The end. Now why is that so hard for some people to remember?

Two troubled souls in Florida – Greg Cimeno and William Filene — decided that it would be “fucking hilarious” to dress up as George Zimmerman and a murdered Trayvon Martin for Halloween. Filene donned a hoodie with blood painted in the center and put on black face paint. His friend Greg put on a T-shirt that said “neighborhood watch.” In the picture that Caitlin Cimeno put up on Facebook, the two men smile and laugh for the camera with Caitlin standing in the middle having a blast. An innocent teenage boy was murdered and these poor excuses for human beings find it reasonable to use his body as the ground upon which to stage their Halloween fun.

Where to start?

  • It is not a “rule,” but a commonly accepted communal understanding. The type of understanding where there are “social consequences” for those deviating from the tribal norm.
  • As if ignoring the fact that blacks and minorities are some of the most racist people in the land, seeing every action through the prism of race, consider the hypocrisy of a black Eddie Murphy brilliantly portraying an elderly Jewish gentlemen — in whiteface — in the hit film Coming to America. All done for laughs – the proximate reason that the two people decided to play Halloween dress up in the first place.
  • Look at the progressive characterization of the two celebrants as “troubled souls.” There is no proof that these people were anything other than ordinary citizens wanting to one-up the other consumed celebrants. And yet they are demonized in pejorative terms and referred to as “poor excuses for human beings.”
  • An innocent teenage boy was not murdered. Trayvon Martin was not murdered – so said a jury. The facts proffered by the defense tend to indicate that Trayvon Martin was a gangsta’ wanna be with a record of fighting. And that George Zimmerman was a community-minded neighborhood watch member as the police do not patrol private property. The actual evidence shows that Trayvon Martin was most likely either a residential burglar that was found with stolen jeweler and a burglar tool or a receiver of stolen merchandise. If it were not for the media’s mistaken portrayal of Zimmerman as white, the race-baiters and progressives would have not been able to propel this story into national provenience as a cause célèbre; thus creating widespread and manufactured controversy.

I don’t know how much more direct I can be in saying this: Do not wear blackface.

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Angry protesters rally against Obama’s spy program

by Jim Kouri on Monday, October 28th, 2013

This is article 186 of 190 in the topic Marches/Protests/Riots

Washington, D.C., law enforcement agencies had their hands full when thousands of Americans from all parts of the political spectrum launched a protest on Saturday, demanding an end to the Obama administration’s alleged spy program, according to a law enforcement source in the nation’s capital.

Protesters displayed angry emotions leveled at the Obama White House and the hierarchy at the country’s intelligence agencies especially the National Security Agency (NSA) which is responsible for most high-tech surveillance operations and electronic intelligence gathering and analysis, said Lieutenant George Lorenzo, who serves as a liaison officer with several police organizations.

The crowd of demonstrators began their protest at Washington’s Union Station and marched through the streets towards the Capitol as they demanded the end of the leaked intelligence operation by the NSA code-named the PRISM.

While carrying banners that read “Stop Spying on Us,” “Stop Watching Us,” “No More Spy Drones in the U.S,” and other slogans, the marchers demanded that the “Obama government” stop its unconstitutional eavesdropping, according to several news reports.

During the protest march, volunteers collected what they claimed were over a half-million signatures on a petition to Congress demanding they shutdown PRISM and other spy operations within the United States.

The protest march has been supported by several groups including the left-leaning American Civil Liberties Union and the conservative FreedomWorks.

“History has taught us that pervasive government surveillance has a profoundly adverse effect on the exercise of free speech – a universal right enshrined both in the Constitution and in international human rights law,” said an ACLU attorney, Steven Watt, said in a press statement.

“By failing to tell defendants that they had been surveilled by the NSA under the FISA Amendments Act, the government effectively shielded its warrantless wiretapping program from judicial review. We hope this reported policy reversal will change that,” said Patrick Toomey, staff attorney with the ACLU National Security Project.

“The Justice Department told the Supreme Court that review of the surveillance law would be possible, but then made it impossible by keeping who was spied on a secret, even from defendants who had a legal right to know. This FOIA lawsuit aims to reveal how the government justified keeping defendants in the dark about evidence based on NSA surveillance, and what the policy is today,” Toomey stated.

“Although many Americans are outraged at the NSA’s unconstitutional actions, few realize the extensive history of NSA’s spying policies. Since President Truman established the NSA in 1952, the agency has grown in both power and technological capabilities, enabling them to spy upon Americans without consent or probable cause,” said FreedomWorks‘ Scott Alford on the conservative-libertarian backed group’s web site.

The surveillance program, which Obama’s minions claim is crucial for U.S. national interests, has also created anger overseas.

For example, European leaders gathered for a summit Thursday after reports of the NSA spying on French officials’ and citizens’ communications and also allegedly eavesdropping on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s personal cell phone.

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Silencing dissent by SWATing messengers of truth

by Douglas J. Hagmann on Saturday, October 26th, 2013

This is article 505 of 556 in the topic Media
Image courtesy of Canada Free Press

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“Fasten your seatbacks and tray tables in their full upright and locked position. We’ll be on the ground shortly.” That is the final warning aboard the aircraft known as America, which will be using runway 39A to taxi to the terminal of tyranny. Most of the passengers aboard the luxury aircraft have no clue to what awaits them, as the captain and crew have lulled the majority into a false trance of tranquility. The few aboard the aircraft who were aware of their final destination tried to warn the other unsuspecting passengers, who have been immersed in their personal electronic devices, sleeping or watching the airline version of the corporate media, the mouthpieces for their fascist facilitators.

So it is in the United States today. Except those aboard this hijacked luxury aircraft who have been warning others of the danger ahead have been the targets of an increasingly aggressive campaign to silence them – to silence us – by any means necessary. This is the historical hallmark of the last warning of the final approach to the terminal of tyranny.

They are coming for us

Most people are familiar with the accounts of Glenn Greenwald’s partner (ironically named David Miranda, at least to those of us in America), being recently harassed at Heathrow airport in the UK after Greenwald began exposing the scope of the NSA spying campaign. Despite the warnings that this action portended, most people simply decided to turn their personal devices of diversion louder, effectively drowning out the warning bells tolling for the death of the most important freedoms in America – the freedom to tell the truth.

The warning bells have been ringing before and after, yet the masses entranced by the bells and whistles of their own devices have firmly kept them subjugated to their own normalcy biases. Even some internet bloggers, citizen journalists, and those daring to awaken a slumbering or deliberately distracted and deceived citizenry have felt somewhat insulated against the encroaching tyranny.

As we get closer to the terminal, however, that feeling of insulation is turning into a sense of dread, as the last threads of the fabric of one’s normalcy bias are being rendered to expose the awaiting tyranny. It is here that you will see that they are coming for you, for all of us, who refuse to advance their agenda of lies and distortions. It will very likely be a visit in the darkest hours of the night that you will be paid a visit by mercenaries of malevolence hired by the despots piloting this hijacked aircraft.

I cannot tell you whether you are next on the list, but I can tell you there is a list and the truth-tellers are on it. The modern day Paul Revere’s are in their crosshairs, for they are the last obstacles to full-blown tyranny and fascism that awaits us. Once silenced, there will be no one left to warn the slumbering or the deceived. The bells will go silent.

They are coming for our sources

Lest you tend to discount this as mere hyperbole, I call your attention to a 15-year veteran reporter in Washington, D.C. named Audrey Hudson.

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