Man Arrested, Charged with Felony for Having Secret Compartment in His Truck

The government is trying to eliminate all means of privacy in its citizens. They want surveillance cameras on us at all times. They want to be able to track our locations. They want to monitor our internet usage, read our e-mails, and listen in on our phone conversations. They want to be able to give us full body cavity searches for the most minor traffic code violations. Any excuse they can think of to violate our privacy. No secrets allowed. Unless you work for the government, in which case Read more […]

NSA Employees Use Powers For Personal Stalking Without Being Detected Or Punished

It now seems totally ironic that, back when I was in High School, a popular band was called “The Police,” and they had a hit song that began this way: Every breath you take And every move you make Every bond you breatk, every step you take I’ll be watching you Every single day And every word you say Every game you play, every night you stay I’ll be watching you. I’m not sure why such a stalky song was considered so cool to listen to, but it does seem like prophecy now. Last Thursday, Read more […]

Computer And Defense Industries Bribe Government To Eliminate Our Privacy Protections

The governments financial payoffs afforded to, and the campaign finance contributions offered by private companies like, Google, Verizon, Yahoo, Facebook, Microsoft and, Apple aiding FISA court authorized surveillance can no longer be easily brushed off. Moreover, the bribing and endemic influencing peddling our elected officials encourage while they bend, twist and urinate on the US Constitution proves we have lost control of our “by the people, for the people” Republic. Americans naively Read more […]

The Fourth Amendment Protects Private Property Not Public Acts

I am about to make some of you angry. Without a warrant, government agents cannot monitor or acquire verbal and written communication occurring in the privacy of your home. However, the US Constitution does not protect communications Americans blindly send out into the public domain, electronically. Moreover, third parties facilitating the convenience of our hi-tech public communications—storing the records and possibly the content of these communications—are not necessarily civilly or criminally Read more […]