The Department of Homeland Security is buying “huge volumes” of U.S. residents’ cellphone data and sidestepping Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable government searches and seizures, according to data compiled by the ACLU.
In a revelation first delivered to me by my friend, YouTuber Liberty Doll, I’ve discovered that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE, or, simply ATF to its “friends”) is ready to interpret and enforce a brutal Biden “Zero Tolerance – SHUT YOU DOWN” policy on gun shop owners who make minor paperwork errors (paperwork one can argue that the shop owners should not have to fill out in the first place).
A federal judge has ruled that a pro-life sidewalk counselor’s lawsuit against the City of Charlotte can proceed. David Benham, who filed the lawsuit, was arrested on April 4, 2020, outside of A Preferred Women’s Health Center.
The U.S. Supreme Court has said, by its decision not to take up the argument, that it's fine for police departments to mount multiple cameras to spy on a private citizens for more than a year – without a warrant.
The FBI’s so-called “secret spy plane surveillance program” is under scrutiny in a Florida terrorism case, where the defendant has asked a U.S. judge to toss evidence from the bureau’s aerial surveillance activities.