“These are our rights. This is what the constitution limits you to. You may go no further.”
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“the fiction in operation at the airport is that travelers have consented to search as a condition of travel.”
Consent to rights violations? Heck no! And make it as tough as possible for them to keep doing it!
You see, if you start with a flawed premise, you will always come up with the wrong answer.
donâ€™t sit still for this. Itâ€™s not right, and you know itâ€™s not right. Itâ€™s not lawful, and you know itâ€™s not lawful. Itâ€™s mass insanity, and you know itâ€™s mass insanity.
What is the value of being safe if we are not free? Did our forefathers flee the kings and despots of Europe and come here to be safe? Did Patrick Henry say â€œGive me safety or give me death?â€
Yes is the argument that Becky Akers makes in her recent LewRockwell.com article.
Recently, the TSA – in an effort to improve their awful public image – launched a blog. Yes, the TSA is “reaching out” to all of us – and it’s not to pat us down without a warrant…this time. According to a post at ThinkProgress.org, it didn’t kick off too well. In fact, so many [...]