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Home of the brave and land of the free is it quite that simple I think not First of all who ever came up with that phrase was obviously a Republican and obviously insane same thing right My point is even though we have all these freedoms and privileges if we cant defend them on an every day bases they might as well not exist at all People have fought and died just so that we can walk down the street and not worry about being harassed by an overly powerful government One of my favorite rights which has caused me quite a bit of trouble lately is the fourth Amendment It was no longer ago than this past Friday that I took a stand and secured my rights True there are consequences for everything but at least an empty feeling of violation was not included this time One shall not be searched and seizured unless probable cause is evident Well probable cause can be anything Interpretation has moved in and taken over our rights Ordinary people who have no business granting or violating our rights now have the power to do as they please I use Officer X as an example Officer X can be found waiting in the school parking lot everyday searching for a subject to arrest Youd think this kind of entrapment would be illegal once again interpretation rules I believe that if we are to remain a free society we must first educate our selves on the very laws that protect us and make sure they are not intruded onWhile the 4th Amendment is to widely violated by police and officials the 1st Amendment has run amuck Lies rumors and even classified information can be found in almost every newspaper in America these days Who is looking out for the victims of these statements While sticks and stones may break my bones words are just as harmful Tabloids paparazzi and
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