What’s That Buzzing Overhead? It’s An OSHA Drone

What’s That Buzzing Overhead? It’s An OSHA Drone By Walter Olson “That buzzing noise over a construction site could be an OSHA drone searching for safety violations,” notes Littler Mendelson lawyer Tammy McCutchen in a piece for the Federalist Society. Quoting a U.S. Department of Labor memorandum from May of last year obtained by Bloomberg Law, McCutchen writes that “your friendly neighborhood OSHA inspector is now authorized by the Labor Department ‘to use camera-carrying drones as part of their inspections of outdoor workplaces.’” What about the Fourth Amendment, you may ask? Well, court…

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The Danger Within: Border Patrol Is Turning America Into a Constitution-Free Zone

The Danger Within: Border Patrol Is Turning America Into a Constitution-Free Zone By John W. Whitehead “Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.”— William Pitt How far would you really go to secure the nation’s borders against illegal aliens? Would you give the government limitless amounts of money to fight yet another endless war? Surround the entire country with concrete walls and barbed wire? Empower border police to do whatever it takes to crack down…

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Ocasio-Cortez’ Green New Deal Astonishes: Vast $$ for Geoengineering, No Oversight

Ocasio-Cortez’ Green New Deal Astonishes: Vast $$ for Geoengineering, No Oversight By Alexandra Bruce Bestselling Third Wave Feminist, author and journalist, Naomi Wolf has spent most of her professional life as a darling of the Liberal establishment but she is its rare denizen who is more committed to the truth than to the approval of her peers. Wolf’s latest venture is called the Daily Clout, which makes tabled legislation easier to understand for the average citizen. In this video, she breaks down the Green New Deal, promoted by Freshman Congresswoman…

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U.S. Government Using Amazon’s Facial Recognition Technology

U.S. Government Using Amazon’s Facial Recognition Technology Activist Post Editor’s Note:  Despite the many warnings about the increased privacy invasion from this technology, as well as evidence showing that it is far from 100% accurate, Americans appear to be choosing perceived security (and convenience) over liberty. According to a recent survey from the Center for Data Innovation, only 1 in 4 Americans is at all concerned about government facial recognition tech, and that number is even lower when it specifically addresses law enforcement. The survey also indicates Americans are more…

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The Jerome Corsi, PhD, Versus Special Counsel Mueller Legal Fireworks Begin

The Jerome Corsi, PhD, Versus Special Counsel Mueller Legal Fireworks Begin By Catherine J. Frompovich Has the ‘worm’ turned in the swamp known as Washington, DC? Jerome R. Corsi, PhD, The New York Times best-selling author of two books, Unfit For Command and The Obama Nation, Dr. Corsi has uncovered the secret conspiracy to destroy President Donald J. Trump and his presidency, which has attracted the ‘unnerved’ interest of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who has threatened Dr. Corsi with jail time if Corsi doesn’t admit to a special deal to…

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University of South Carolina: Student Free Speech Rally Violated Campus Speech Codes

University of South Carolina: Student Free Speech Rally Violated Campus Speech Codes By Ilya Shapiro and Patrick Moran Public university campuses, once bastions of free thought, have become increasingly hostile toward the freedom of speech. Although students greatly benefit from expressing and being exposed to a wide variety of ideas, administrators often prevent this from happening. An increasing number of universities have even instituted speech codes that subject students to burdensome investigations merely for exercising their First Amendment rights. Silencing Speech About Free Speech Two student organizations at the University…

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When Guns Are Outlawed Only Outlaws Will Have Guns

When Guns Are Outlawed Only Outlaws Will Have Guns By Paul Craig Roberts Guns are banned in the UK, but the black market is booming and criminals are loading up on firearms.https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/when-proggies-advocate-for-uk-style-gun-control-laws-show-them-this-police-struggle-to-stop-flood-of-firearms-into-uk/ I have often wondered what is the real agenda of gun ban advocates. More people die from falls than from being shot. Deaths from accidents far exceed deaths from being shot. The FBI reports that there were 1,247,321 violent crimes in the US in 2017. https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2017/crime-in-the-u.s.-2017/topic-pages/violent-crime Aggravated assault and robbery account for 91% of violent crimes. Rapes account…

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After Years Of Refusal, Utah Will Now Implement The REAL ID Act

After Years Of Refusal, Utah Will Now Implement The REAL ID Act By Michael Maharrey SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (Jan. 3, 2018) – After nearly eight years of refusing to implement the REAL ID Act of 2005, Utah has flip-flopped and will now participate in the unconstitutional national ID program. In 2010, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed a bill into law prohibiting the state from implementing or participating in the Real ID Act. At the time, the legislature found that the enactment of the Real ID Act: (a) is inimical to…

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Watch Good Cop Honor Oath to Constitution — Stops Bad Cop Who’s Tasing a Man for His Free Speech

Watch Good Cop Honor Oath to Constitution — Stops Bad Cop Who’s Tasing a Man for His Free Speech By Matt Agorist Commerce City, CO — Freedom of speech, in the land of the free, is not guaranteed. Despite the wording of the First Amendment, claiming that “Congress shall make no law…abridging the freedom of speech,” there are countless laws across the country designed to do exactly that. However, even when there aren’t archaic anti-speech laws on the books, police will all too often deprive people of their freedom —…

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Lawsuit Contests Constitutionality of the 1996 Telecom Act Which Doesn’t Allow Opposing Cell Towers Due to Health Risks

Lawsuit Contests Constitutionality of the 1996 Telecom Act Which Doesn’t Allow Opposing Cell Towers Due to Health Risks By B.N. Frank Because of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Americans have not been allowed to oppose the installation of cell towers and other wireless infrastructure based on health and environmental concerns near schools, medical facilities, residential areas, or anywhere else.  The first lawsuit contesting the constitutionality of this 20+ year old legislation was filed on December 21, 2018 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is supposed to…

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