On conviction of a felony you do lose constitutional rights but only on conviction. Not for an arrest. You have to show probable cause to seize anything. Some people may say what’s the big deal if you have done nothing wrong. Would you let them search your house simply because you got caught speeding?
This goes far beyond searching your house, they are taking a piece of you. While they always make promises that it will only be used for criminal investigations history shows that the government never keeps those promises. Putting your DNA in a database will eventually be used for other purposes. Obamacare is a classic example, your DNA can be used to determine what diseases you may be prone to, you could be denied government jobs because of this, it could be used under Obamacare to determine how much money they will spend on healthcare based on what diseases you are prone to. Demand probable cause before forfeiting your rights.
GASTONIA, N.C. – George Mason University professor of economics Walter E. Williams recently penned an excellent column for North Carolina’s Gaston Gazette that might shed some light on why the Boston Marathon bombers hated America, and students across the country are learning to do the same.
The suspects – brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev – may have hated America before they allegedly attacked innocent citizens, but Williams points out their attendance at the University of Massachusetts could have helped fuel their hate.
“Maybe they hated our nation before college, but if you want lessons on hating America, college attendance is a good place to start,” Williams wrote. “Let’s take a look at it.”
Williams pointed to University of Hawaii professor Haunani-Kay Trask, who tells his students they “need to think very, very clearly about who the enemy is.
“The enemy is the United States of America and everyone who supports it,” Trask contends.
(Sun Prairie, WI) – Citizens should be asking at least two serious questions of Wisconsin state legislators as the Joint Finance Committee heads into a decision this week on funding for the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Fund.
How much land should the State of Wisconsin own?
And how great a debt burden should the State of Wisconsin be allowed to impose on taxpayers in order to maintain an ever-longer list of public lands?
Since creating the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Fund in 1989, the Wisconsin State Legislature has authorized nearly a billion dollars in borrowing to pay for related land purchases and acquired nearly 600,000 acres of property. Today debt service alone on moneys borrowed to accommodate Stewardship purchases total over $80 million a year. Another $60 million is requested for each year in the governor’s proposed 2013-2015 biennial budget, for continued Stewardship purchases – not counting funds necessary to maintain property already owned. Yet, together, the State of Wisconsin and the U.S. Forest Service already own 3.2 million acres of this state’s land, amounting to a shocking 20 percent of total land area.
Less land on the tax rolls means that both state and local taxes will only continue to increase on Wisconsin families, farms, and businesses as the cost of maintaining public lands increases. It also means significant reduction in the amount of real property available for use in agriculture, forestry, and other types of private industry that result in real jobs.
I The following op-ed is not for the weak or the PC crowd. The leftist would paint any conservative/libertarian male as a knuckle dragging alpha male who is racist,homophobic who treat women as second class citizens who should be kept barefoot and pregnant. Nothing could be further from the truth and I should know, I am one. Continue reading →
You can listen to the show here while you read an article done by Karen Schroeder. For years liberals have been pushing that we are a Democracy and that the constitution should reflect the will of a simple majority. Since many of us have pushed back stating that we are in fact a Constitutional Republic. Knowing this they are redefining republic. From her article.
It is of little surprise that these retailers because the Supreme Court has ruled that if you have a physical presence in a state you are required to pay all state taxes due in that state including sales. Whenever lawmakers use the term “level playing field” your BS meter should spin like a top. These big box stores already have a mechanism to collect these taxes as they have a physical location in those states but the problem doesn’t end their. This law violates not only the intent of the commerce clause but violates the constitution itself.
Vicki Mckenna is reporting There is not 100% confirmation, but there are talks of a hearing this week Sen Darling, Sen Petrowski, Sen Liebahm, Sen Ellis are all starting to side with the federal exchanges.
She has called for concerned citizens to “burn down the phones”. Governor Walker is out of the office today so can’t be reached. The hospital lobby is pushing for this to obtain the subsidies rumors are. Call today to stop Wisconsin from getting 3rd world treatment
To call your Senators
Sen. Alberta Darling (608)266-5830-see note below
Sen. Jerry Petrowski (608) 266-2502
Sen. Joe Liebahm (608) 266-2056
Sen. Michael Ellis (608) 266-0718
Update: Senator Alberta Darlings office is saying she is standing behind Governor Scott Walker 100%
Contact: Karin Piper ParentLedReform.org Phone (720) 722-1757 ParentLedReform@gmail.com
P.O. Box 712 Parker, CO 80134 ParentLedReform.org
Second #Stopcommoncore Twitter Rally reaches more than 9.7 Million Twitter Users With a Call-To-Action to “Make Your State the First to Repeal Common Core Standards”
Last night Parent Led Reform rallied 9,788,450 Twitter users to #Stopcommoncoreand called on ordinary citizens to join and lobby for repeal of Common Core Standards legislations across the country.
Colorado, May 3, 2013: Parent Led Reform, in collaboration with Truth in American
Education, hosted a second rally via Twitter Thursday May 2nd. The #Stopcommoncore Twitter Rally shared research diligently collected by parents, citizens, and education professionals concerned about the government’s push for national common standards in education with a wide reach of nearly 9.8 million Twitter users.