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reply to post by Imightknow
our rights are slowly being eroded away. it kind of reminds of the frog getting boiled alive, because he never notices the temperature being gradually heated. Finally it boils, and it's too late.
Then people should get involved...
"If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny."
Judge reaffirms Constitution free Zone 100 miles inside U.S. Borders
Nothing that takes away the rights of the people of this country surprise me anymore, so I'm not going to pretend that this surprises me one bit. All it says is that border officials must have probably cause LOL. This is nonsense. Will everybody getting off a flight from the Middle East be a reasonable enough reason to have their laptop or cell phone searched?
Obviously, if you are reluctant to carry a laptop or some other device as you travel, you will still need to access your data.
Neither the President nor any judge has the lawful authority to suspend the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Doing this renders the federal Government illegitimate as its authority over the people rests on that Constitution and the federal Government is lawful and legitimate only so long as it complies with the restrictions in that document.
This judge needs to be taken off life support with extreme prejudice. So do a few other people, and trust me, they know who they are, and that is why they are taking our rights away..
Congress should be acting immediately to remedy this but they are all true cowards and they are afraid of the punk like man that is following in the footsteps of Adolph Hitler.. Yep, that would be our illegitimate president. From here on out, everything he does is totally nullified as far as I'm concerned.
reply to post by verylowfrequency
Just a thought, I realize that a border like Mexico and Canada would be a problem, even if it appears to be more than a constitutional problem under the 4th Amendment. What I am thinking is that on the east and west coast, the "border" is actually 200 miles from the coastline, not at the coastline proper. If that is the case, then there should be no problem with coastal towns, unless they are within 100 miles of the Mexican or Canadian borders.
Cheers - Dave
If you can't figure out a reasonable way to hide 128GB microSDXC cards (which are smaller than the diameter of a dime), then that data must not be important enough to bring along while remaining secured.