• Fourth Amendment Of The United States Constitution

    "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 recent capitualtion of the United States House of Representaives to the Bush Administrations demands for TELECOM IMMUNITY in anticipation of the United States Senate following suit shall not stand. Congress is empowered to pass laws. If they pass a bad law it needs to be repealed. This is bad law and this site seeks to have this law repealed. Please Read Carte blanche to illegally spy on Americans by Tom Burghardt
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Just Go Ahead and Burn the Worthless 4th Amendment

Now that the FISA Amendments Act, the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution just isn’t as important as it used to be. It used to be a mandate, but now it is just a suggestion to be followed kind of, sort of, if that’s OK with you, and if no, then you know, like whatever. Yes, the Constitution has been valleygirled into irrelevance. So why not just burn it?

The wind is blowing too hard in Washington. That’s why.

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  1. Is it really so easy to destroy the 4th amendment?

    Is a marriage just the paper it’s written on? If your spouse decides to burn your marriage license, does that destroy the marriage? If the government unilaterally decided your marriage wasn’t valid, would that really change anything?

    What about your education? If you burn your diploma, do you get stupid? If your institution won’t release your transcript, does that mean you don’t really have a degree?

    No, all of those things, and the fourth amendment too, existed long before there was a piece of paper that said so, and an institution that was willing to back it up. Marriages, minds, and constitutions CAN be destroyed, but it’s not that easy. Not as long as there are people who remember, organizations like the ACLU that challenge the laws, and elections–and voters, and yes, bloggers–to weed out the politicians who let these things happen.

    If there’s that much wind blowing in Washington, it’s gotta be HOT air.

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