“Any lawyer worth his salt will tell the suspect in no uncertain terms to make no statement to the police under any circumstances.” ~Justice Robert Jackson
“Anyone who says that economic security is a human right has been babied too much. While he babbles, other men are risking and losing their lives to protect him. They are fighting the sea, fighting the land, fighting disease and insects and weather and space and time, for him, while he chatters that all men have a right to security and that some pagan god — Society, The State, The Government, The Commune — must give it to them. Let the fighting men stop fighting this inhuman earth for one hour, and he will learn how much security there is.” ~ Rose Wilder Lane (1886-1968) American author
New Jersey Cop says they don’t have to follow the Constitution. Why is an officer like this on the force? He should be fired immediately. Talk about a police state brutalizing the Constitution with a great example of a perfect little fascist:
The voice of tradition, I trust, will inform posterity of our struggles for freedom. If our descendants be worthy the name of Americans they will preserve and hand down to their latest posterity the transactions of the present times; and tho I confess my exclamations are not worthy the hearing, they will see that I have done my utmost to preserve their liberty, for I never will give up the power of direct taxation but for a scourge. I am willing to give it conditionally–that is, after non-compliance with requisitions. – Patrick Henry
The voice of tradition, I trust, will inform posterity of our struggles for freedom. If our descendants be worthy the name of Americans they will preserve and hand down to their latest posterity the transactions of the present times; and tho I confess my exclamations are not worthy the hearing, they will see that I have done my utmost to preserve their liberty, for I never will give up the power of direct taxation but for a scourge. Patrick Henry, June 5, 1788
Despite assurances to the contrary, the IRS didn’t destroy all of the donor lists scooped up in its tea party targeting — and a check of those lists reveals that the tax agency audited 10 percent of those donors, much higher than the audit rate for average Americans, House Republicans revealed Wednesday.
If you were ever concerned about the ability and desire of one party to control the speech of the other, more evidence that the Democrat fascists in Washington are more than willing to do so. Anyone who thinks this behavior is okay doesn’t know history and certainly hasn’t read the Constitution.
This is hot on the heals of the Democrat plan a few weeks ago to curb the First Amendment under Senator Udall’s plan to stop people from spending money to criticize them.
Conservatives vote to preserve freedom, Democrats vote to limit it.
“We now live in a nation where doctors destroy health,
lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge,
governments destroy freedom, the press destroys information,
religion destroys morals, and our banks destroy the economy.”
~ Chris Hedges
And the common theme for all of these is government funds and control because it is “free” or “no cost”: government funding and control of doctors, government being controlled by trial lawyers, government funds corrupting universities, the press acting as lapdogs to the government, the Fed destroying banks, and government funds corrupting religion.
“When our engineers work tirelessly to improve security, we imagine we’re protecting you against criminals, not our own government.” Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg said, March 13, 2014
What else is there to say? Synonymous?
Big Brother Obama tells us what is best for us and how to spend our money:
“if you looked at their cable bill, their telephone, their cell phone bill… it may turn out that, it’s just they haven’t prioritized health care.” He then stated that if a family member gets sick, the father “will wish he had paid that $300 a month.”
“Fiat money is backed by men with guns; Bitcoin is not. So why should this thing have any value?” – Statist economist Paul Krugman.