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Infringed Rights

The erosion of our rights in this country is appalling, and it continues to get worse. Not only are we losing our Constitutionally protected rights, but our laws seem to mean less and less each day as well.

Just today we heard the news that Secretary of State John Kerry rejected Congressional subpoena over the Benghazi scandal. Think about that for a second – the sitting Secretary of State was subpoenaed by Congress, and he’s just told them no. What would happen if you or I did that? Can we really still pretend that we live in a nation of laws?

In the video below, Billy Johnson gives a high level overview of the rights we’ve allowed the politicians to take away from us. The worst part? The politicians have no intention of giving them back.


4 Responses to Infringed Rights

  1. toymvr May 6, 2014 at 9:49 pm #

    send in the Seals arrest him and rest & put them on trial for treason

  2. TK May 6, 2014 at 10:20 pm #

    I fear that are no peaceful options left to us.

  3. Chris Knowles May 6, 2014 at 10:24 pm #

    Treasonist traitor Mr. Ketchup is….

  4. dolanfossil May 6, 2014 at 11:57 pm #

    The entire sitting Congress, Executive Branch, and the Supreme Court should be removed from their offices. Tried for lying to the American people, corruption and malfeasance in office and sentenced to a prison terms. Then change their terms.
    No more professional politicians feeding out of the public trough Term limits of two terms in office, then GO BACK TO WORK just like the rest of us. Their golden retirement reduced to Social Insecurity just like the rest of us, Their Medical returned to the general fund and they go on Medi Care just like the rest of us.They have sold this once great country to the highest bidder, used the Constitution for toilet paper.
    Politicians only tell the truth two times in their careers,
    “Elect me”
    “Reelect me”
    The rest of the time they don’t even know or care who we are.
    They are too busy paying back the money that bought their office.
    I am a Viet Nam Veteran. When I swore my oath to defend my country from
    all enemies foreign and domestic. Little did I realize that it would be from my
    own Government. I Love My Country, it’s my Government that I don’t trust.