Americans at Risk from Anti-Terrorism Law

Family Security Matters

While Americans were going about their lives Wednesday evening, the U.S.  House of Representatives voted for the National Defense Authorization Act  (NDAA), said to provide the government with great means to fight terrorism.


One of its provisions would permit government law enforcement authorities to  detain terror suspects without trial and thus eviscerate the Fourth and Fifth  Amendments to the Constitution that protect citizens “against unreasonable  searches and seizures” and to ensure that “No person shall be held to answer for  a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on presentment or indictment of a  grand jury…” with some exceptions.

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Obama Gunrunning To Al-Qaeda

Western Journalism

If you were a sitting President and it was discovered that you were openly supporting al-Qaeda—openly supplying them with weapons—what would you do?

Since al-Qaeda is the sworn enemy of the United States, since al-Qaeda has murdered countless Americans, and therefore supporting al-Qaeda would be treason in every sense of the word, of course you would resign or brace for impeachment.

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