Category Archives for "Bill of Rights"

Apr 13

Is the United Airlines Passenger Incident a Natural Outgrowth of Our Unquestioning Compliance?

By Terry | Bill of Rights , Personal Liberty , Personal Privacy , The Constitution , Uncategorized

I imagine most of us have seen the United Airlines passenger dragged off the plane incident by now. It highlights the indignity of air travel these days. It seems like once you purchase a ticket between the TSA searches and the attitude of the airlines, it’s comply or else. Having recently flown United Airlines and […]

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Mar 10

Marco Rubio: Not a Conservative and Not Constitutional Either. What’s to Like?

By Terry | Bill of Rights , Campaign Deception , Constitutional

Marco Rubio, poses himself as fiscally responsible conservative, but his political behavior and speech betrays who he really is. He is not what he claims as you will see. On International Treaties Since 2013 Rubio has sat on the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. This committee is generally responsible for funding foreign aid programs. In […]

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Apr 28

Collectivists Like Putin Hate Internet Freedom- Brands it a “CIA” project

By Terry | 1st amendment , Bill of Rights , collectivism , government growth , individualism

The attack on freedom of expression by the State loving collectivists continues to grow. Recently, using the NSA spying and Snowden as an excuse Putin labeled the internet a CIA project (ostensibly because of its origins with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) which is an agency of the United States Department of Defense.), Putin […]

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Feb 27

Some Final Thoughts on the Guns and Ammo Article- Part 3

By Terry | 2nd Amendment , American Decline , anti God , anti religion , Bill of Rights , Central Banking Conspiracy , collectivism , Economic Collapse , Federal Reserve , Government Deception , Gun Control , National Debt , New World Order

Just a few random thoughts about the Guns and Ammo article and the response of the subscribers to the article. While I fully applaud and appreciate their response and pray for more of the same from informed citizens, it is only one issue. While it is an important issue and can reach far, it is […]

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Feb 23

Heads Roll at Guns and Ammo Over Editorial on the 2nd Amendment – The Power of Informed Citizens, Part 1

By Terry | 2nd Amendment , Bill of Rights , Gun Control , Military , Personal Liberty

I was working on my hunter friend’s computer at work the other day which was ailing. As the processes were taking some time to run, I picked up an issue of Guns and Ammo (December 2013) he had around and browsed through it. On the last page was the closing editorial entitled “Let’s Talk Limits: […]

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Jul 31

NSA Surveillance Turn About – Camera’s on Police Drop Abuse Complaints by 88% in 12 month Study

By Terry | Bill of Rights , Personal Liberty , Personal Privacy , Police Brutality

By now, most of us are aware that the NSA is watching us. This gives, those who claim Federal authority over us high access access to our private lives irregardless of our 4th amendment right of privacy. However, it also begs another question, just who is watching them? Well, now that appears like it might […]

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