By John Kwapisz Republicans unfairly took the brunt of the blame – thanks in no small part to a Democrat-abetting media – when the gears of the federal government ground to a halt over budgetary discord for 16 days in October 2013. Some two years later, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) faces a […]
The paper’s Sunday’s editorial is nothing more than a tacit admission that liberals have lost the argument over Medicaid expansion, but lack the good grace to concede.
“You’ll never know you’re being investigated.”
This is the first installment of a sentence-by-sentence explanation of the proposed “Fourth Amendment for the 21st Century” to show the amendment is 100 percent based in sound Fourth Amendment principles and purposes consistent with the Framers’ vision.
The government isn’t a big fan of private industry competing against it – but using the tax power to put your competitors at a disadvantage is a fundamental abuse of power.
The proposed amendment more clearly defines “probable cause,” clarifies the need for neutral issuance of warrants, and guarantees reasonable remedies for when government’s lawlessness harms our rights.