Former U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss' call for publicly lynching Ed Snowden without a trial or any due process of law is in stark contrast to the Fifth Amendment which says, "No person shall ... be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law." In the absence of such a process, it is beyond the pale that a former U.S. representative and senator who has sworn an oath to the U.S. Constitution would make such a statement.
A pair of bills working their way through the California Assembly would set strict rules on the use of the Stingray surveillance device.
All of the justifications relied on in the ruling legalizing same-sex "marriage" can be applied to polygamous unions, as well.
The latest meeting of the UN Programme of Action partners called for direct government control of weapons and installation of RFID and biometric tracking devices in firearms.
Retired General Wesley Clark wants the government to send thousands of American citizens to internment camps, just as U.S. officials did during World War II.