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The U.S. Supreme Court Is Marching in Lockstep with the Police State

Worth reading it all. Summary is below. rutherford.org:

A review of the Supreme Court’s rulings over the past 10 years, including some critical ones this term, reveals a startling and steady trend towards pro-police state rulings by an institution concerned more with establishing order and protecting government agents than with upholding the rights enshrined in the Constitution.

Police officers can use lethal force in car chases without fear of lawsuits. 

Police officers can stop cars based only on “anonymous” tips.

Secret Service agents are not accountable for their actions, as long as they’re done in the name of security.

Citizens only have a right to remain silent if they assert it.

Police have free reign to use drug-sniffing dogs as “search warrants on leashes,” justifying any and all police searches of vehicles stopped on the roadside.

Police can forcibly take your DNA, whether or not you’ve been convicted of a crime.

Police can stop, search, question and profile citizens and non-citizens alike.

Police can subject Americans to virtual strip searches, no matter the “offense.”

Over 1,200 Military Dogs Put Down by Obama Regime

From moonbattery.com:

Eating dogs was bad enough. Killing over 1,200 faithful military dogs who were protecting American troops in Afghanistan is worse:

The heroic service dogs were euthanized because they were deemed too “dangerous” for civilian adoption or jobs with law enforcement agencies, as well as for medical reasons according to U.S. Air Force reports given to Congress.

The dogs were used as guards and to sniff out terrorist bombs.

It’s not as if no homes could be found:

Currently more than 300 people are waiting to adopt a military dog, with an average waiting time of 18 months.

Betraying those who loyally served in Afghanistan and Iraq has been characteristic of the current administration.

Marine Veteran’s Concealed Gun Saves He and His Daughter’s Lives

From misguidedchildren.com:

Anthony  Broyles is a US Marine veteran who just wanted to spend a fun day with his two year old daughter at Lake Coeur d’Alene in North Idaho.

Incredible survival, inspiring recovery: Carpenter receives his Medal of Honor

Truly a hero. stripes.com:

The nation’s highest award for military valor was bestowed on Carpenter for pouncing on an enemy grenade to save a fellow Marine who was standing watch with him on a rooftop in the Marjah district of Helmand province, a Taliban stronghold, on the morning of Nov. 21, 2010.

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Carpenter was found lying face-down directly over the blast area, his helmet riddled with holes and his gear melted. He was “literally wounded from the top of his head to his feet,” according to one of the doctors who treated him.

“My last thought was to make peace with God. I asked for his forgiveness. I was trying to make the best and most of my last few seconds here on Earth,” Carpenter later recalled, according to Obama.

Admiral William McRaven on How to Change the World

Very inspiring commencement speech. Read more at moonbattery.com:

In his commencement address to the University of Texas at Austin’s class of 2014, McRaven himself shared 10 lessons he learned from SEAL training that are crucial for those who want to change the world:

1. Make your bed properly, because if you can’t do the little things right, you will never do the big things right.
2. Find someone to help you paddle.
3. Measure by the size of the heart, not the size of the flippers.
4. Get over being a sugar cookie, and keep moving forward.
5. Don’t be afraid of the circuses.
6. Sometimes you have to slide headfirst.
7. Don’t back down from the sharks.
8. You must be your very best in the darkest moments.
9. When you are up to your neck in cold mud, start singing.
10. Don’t ever, ever ring the bell.

Watch his speech for explanations:

Memorial Day 2014

Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13

Utah Representative: Defund Burgeoning Armed Federal Employees

After more reports of Federal agencies arming their staff, Congress is taking notice. This article from newsmax.com:

Federal agencies are increasingly granting agents the authority to carry weapons and execute search warrants, a trend that one congressman is hoping to reverse.

Rep. Chris Stewart is preparing legislation to defund the law enforcement units of agencies, such as the Bureau of Land Management and the Environmental Protection Agency, whose primary purpose is regulatory.

"The fundamental challenge is that people like me simply do not trust the federal government any longer. We see examples of non-law enforcement agencies taking a very heavy hand, using armed SWAT teams against citizens, and that leads to an even deeper mistrust," the Utah Republican told Newsmax.

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