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2010-11-13 :: madlibertarianguy // Constitution + Dumbassery
Welcome to the USSA

If this happened to my child, I’d be in jail for having severely beaten the shit out of the screener, and I’m likely to have been beaten, tazed, and/or shot as a result. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TCHSGvNwRY How is it that we’re expected to teach our children to not allow strangers to touch them, yet submit them to […]

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Myth: Obama has genuine concern for our civil liberties and privacy and vows to protect our Constitutional rights against government intrusion in the name of National Security™. A reminder: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlNXezxGZPo Reality: Bullshit! This week sees the introduction of an entirely different level of assfuckery as the TSA, under authority of Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland […]

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2010-10-29 :: madlibertarianguy // Constitution + Dumbassery + election + SCOTUS
No Agenda Here

Oh, fuck. Clearly WaPo isn’t trying to push across its own political agenda here or anything. Since John G. Roberts Jr became chief justice five years ago, focus has been on the Supreme Court’s changing makeup and shifting ideology. In the coming months, the Washington Post will examine the real-world consequences of the court’s rulings […]

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Sheriff Lee Baca in an interview with Robert Faturechi of the L.A. Times: Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca said Friday his deputies’ marijuana enforcement would not change even if Proposition 19, which would legalize the drug in California, passes Nov. 2. “Proposition 19 is not going to pass, even if it passes,” Baca said […]

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2010-10-12 :: madlibertarianguy // Constitution + Government
Still a Good Idea

In a previous post I mentioned that the so-called “repeal amendment” was a good idea. It still is. The American Spectator: LAST YEAR, Randy Barnett, a constitutional law professor at Georgetown University Law Center, took to the Wall Street Journal to argue that the states should use their power under Article V to call a […]

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