• 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 If they pass a bad law it needs to be repealed. This is bad law and this site seeks to have this law repealed.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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Russ Feingold Introduces JUSTICE Act: Read It

Last week, Senator Russell Feingold introduced the JUSTICE Act to the U.S. Senate for consideration. It has implications for both Section 215 of the Patriot Act (national security letters) and the FISA Amendments Act (electronic and physical search and seizure), both of which unconstitutionally permit warrantless searches of Americans, their communications and their effects. The JUSTICE Act places restrictions on these activities. Read the bill, then tell us what you think about it. Is this the silver bullet we’ve been waiting for, or is it just another disappointment?


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  1. Having just read the headings, (sorry, I just moved and am unpacking–no time to read the whole thing) I would say that it is basically a Good Thing, although it is still lipstick on a pig and FISA still violates the 4th amendment. That said, I am in favor of making pigs look more attractive.

    If Sen. Durbin is a cosponsor, that pretty much settles it for me. He voted against FISA when it was not so popular to do so.

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