As long as government officials—elected and unelected alike—are allowed to operate beyond the reach of the Constitution, the courts and the citizenry, the threat to our freedoms remains undiminished.
It’s time to change the channel, tune out the reality TV show, and push back against the real menace of the police state. If not, if we continue to sit back and lose ourselves in political programming, we will remain a captive audience to a farce that grows more absurd by the minute.
Nullification works. Nullify the court cases. Nullify the laws. Nullify everything the government does that flies in the face of the principles on which this nation was founded. We could transform this nation if only Americans would work together to harness the power of their discontent.
We must realize that today’s Establishment is the New George III. Whether it will continue to adhere to his tactics, we do not know. If it does, the redress, honored in tradition, is also revolution.
Remember, there is always a price to be paid for remaining silent in the face of injustice. That price is tyranny.
You want to be free? Break out of the circle.
The treatment being meted out to undocumented migrants and their children is only the beginning.
It doesn’t matter what starts us down this path, whether it’s a president insisting that he get a free pass for sexually harassing employees, or waging wars based on invented facts, or attempting to derail an investigation into official misconduct. If we continue down this road, there can be no surprise about what awaits us at the end.
Refusing to grant law enforcement yet another loophole to encroach on the rights of citizens to privacy in their homes, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that police may not intrude on private property in order to carry out a warrantless search of a vehicle parked near a residence.
If the freedoms enshrined in the Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, are to mean anything anymore—if they are to stand for anything ever again—then “we the people” have to stand up for them.