A guest post from Mark Stout, SPY Historian, about our country’s long history of suspicion and fear of “hyphenated Americans” during times of national crisis.
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The vote in Congress this week was to extend through the end of the year three provisions, set to expire at the end of this month. Should we renew them?
In our latest addition of “You be the judge” can police arrest a man doing drugs when they entered his apartment without a warrant… on accident?
“If the court’s ruling is correct, the government has unreviewable authority to carry out the targeted killing of any American, anywhere, whom the president deems to be a threat to the nation…It would be difficult to conceive of a proposition more inconsistent with the Constitution, or more dangerous to American liberty.” Jameel Jaffer, a lawyer […]
Is a GPS search Constitutional?