Posts Tagged ‘civil liberties’

04.20.2009 KVIA Darren Hunt Arrested on I-10 El Paso

April 23, 2009 4 comments

This video shows how Darren Hunt a reporter for KVIA was harassed and arrested for no reason. The police officer in question clearly violated Mr. Hunts rights.  If you see any abuse of police power, please video tape the offensives so average Americans can be protected from these thugs.

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TSAs latest nazi style interrogation caught on tape

April 3, 2009 3 comments

Steve Bierfeldt an employee of Campaign For Liberty was detained and harassed by the TSA last weekend.  This audio recording taken by Mr Bierfeldt shows how the TSA refused to answer if he was required by law to answer their questions. YES, all citizens of this country have the right to know their rights. A law enforcement officer must know the law in which they are enforcing.  They can not just harass people for no reason.  A large sum of money is not a crime in this country.  I feel that more people should be outraged by the police state mentality of this organization called the TSA and the harm they inflict on innocent people.  The TSA must not be allowed to harass people any longer.

Audio Full Version: Campaign for Liberty’s Steve Bierfeldt detained and questioned by St. Louis TSA

6.03.2007 Andrew Napolitano: Civil Liberties in War Time

March 14, 2009 1 comment

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Tyranny In America

Think we live in the “Land of the Free”?  Tyranny is rampant in this country and has been now for decades.  Presidents no longer protect their oath of upholding the constitution.  Congress no longer listens to the people that put them in office.  Taxes are imposed or increased without representation.  Fiat money is printed by unlawful fraudulent bankers and elite business men.  Wars are started with bogus intentions, and the people are never told the truth.  Terrorist acts are committed against the people both directly and indirectly by their own government. Police seem more and more eager to harass and arrest people.  Judges seem eager to willfully disobey the constitution and convict people with their endless arsenal of petty charges.  Countless companies seem ready to help the justice department in anyway possible.   CEOs are being paid millions to commit fraud for the sake of short term profits and are often protected by government..

What is going on here?  Where is the rule of law?  Where are our rights?

I hate to tell people that we have a fascist government that has been allowed to grow too large and become unchecked.  In order to fight back to this sort of tyranny people need to start demanding their civil liberties and rule of law.  They need to remind their elected officials that this is our country not theirs.  They need to tell their representatives that if they vote for something that is unwanted by the people, they will be removed from office immediately.  The need to tell the Federal Reserve Bank they will no longer use their fiat money.  They need to start an immediate impeachment preceding against George Bush and Dick Cheney and arrest them for war crimes and racketeering.  They need to stop joining the military if their intention is killing people.  They need to stop joining local police if their intention is to harass people. They need to throw unconstitutional judges to the curb. They need to file lawsuits against every company that helps the government spy on its citizens. They need to file lawsuits against every company that commits fraud.

They need to wake up and see what is going on, because what your government is doing might not be reversible.

Time: Do Americans Care About Big Brother?

Our govt. has blown past countless civil liberties under the Bush Whitehouse. But, the question is — does anyone care? I know I do.

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Neither Liberty Nor Safety

I recently posted two stories to my blog this week. The first one was about the report from The NY Times that said 1/100 Americans were in jail in 2007. The second one from Reuters was about how Bush is trying to prevent telecommunication companies from being sued for helping to spy on American citizens. These two stories are more similar than you think, and should raise the important questions. What does our government want? Why are they invading our privacy? Why are they criminalizing everyone? What happened to our rights?

I am afraid we created a snow ball effect of overbearing big government after 9/11. Most of us thought we were protecting ourselves when in fact we were oppressing ourselves. We went against the philosophy that Ben Franklin taught us 250 years ago–
“Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”

Its never too late to stop this.

Bush: no compromise on phone immunity in spy bill

This story is from – ‘George W. Bush said on Thursday he would not compromise with the Democratic-led Congress on his demand that phone companies that took part in his warrantless domestic spying program be shielded from lawsuits.’

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