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Supreme Court rules in favor of national DNA database, allowing police to forcibly seize DNA without a warrant


The supreme law of the United States has just voted 5-4 in favor of a National DNA database. In Maryland v. King, the court upheld the right of police to arrest and forcibly take DNA samples from individuals, without even issuing a search warrant.

Citizens sue to restore their Second Amendment rights in Colorado, Connecticut


Left-wing, anti-Second Amendment lawmakers and governors have been working overtime throughout 2013 to take away the supposedly unimpeachable right of their citizens to "keep and bear arms" of their choice.

How to Strip Corporations of Constitutional Rights


Corporations aren't people. If they were, Yahoo's recent acquisition of Tumblr would be a violation of the Constitution, which states that people are human beings with inherent rights, not commodities to be bought and sold. Even so, corporations are using this undue influence to buy our election process and even supersede all regulatory laws across international borders, like the Trans-Pacific Partnership aims to do. The Move to Amend coalition is fighting to change that.

Colorado bill will give Secret Service agents police powers, right to arrest


Increasingly, states are beginning to distinguish themselves either as bastions of liberty and freedom, like Texas and Arizona, or lackeys for big government federalism like California and New York.

The new 'normal' in police state America: SWAT teams order innocent Americans out of their homes at gunpoint


In a police state, citizens have no rights and can be ordered around at the whims of a militarized police force whose goons run around in black uniforms, terrorizing the populace. Welcome to Boston, 2013. The police state is running wild in this city, and it has reached the point where innocent families are being ordered out of their own homes by screaming, aggressive, 'roid-head SWAT teams armed with overwhelming firepower.

State Senator chooses hospital over constitution and parental rights


Every state legislator in the U.S. takes an oath to uphold their state and federal Constitutions. However, in the real world, those oaths can apparently be meaningless. Last year, I wrote about state laws that allow children to consent to vaccines and other medical treatments.[1] These laws clearly violate the U.S. Constitution, but legislatures are passing them anyway, promoting healthcare industry profits while thumbing their noses at parents' Constitutional rights. More than 33 years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court said: "Most children, even in adolescence, simply are not able to make sound judgments concerning many decisions, including their need for medical care or treatment. Parents can and must make those judgments."[2] Federal law is a higher legal authority than state law, so state legislatures are supposed to defer to the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Constitution. But apparently, healthcare industry profits are a "higher" calling to most politicians.

Abortion as a Blessing, Grace, or Gift: Changing the Conversation about Reproductive Rights and Moral Values


Most Americans think of childbearing as a deeply personal or even sacred decision. So do most reproductive rights advocates. That is why we don’t think anybody’s boss or any institution should have a say in it. But for almost three decades, those of us who hold this view have failed to create a resonant conversation about why, sometimes, it is morally or spiritually imperative that a woman can stop a pregnancy that is underway.