Tag: 4th Amendment

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Trump supporters who contest the 2020 election lose their 5th, 4th, and 1st Amendment rights, Constitutional liberty interests, and writ of habeus corpus  in Washington DC Courts, where the guy with the viking horns is being held without bail because he might “push false claim of election fraud” if released.   Preview Open

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Rethinking NSA Data Collection

 

It’s probably too early to say anything definitive following the revelations of Rep. Nunes yesterday, but I would like to revisit some statements made repeatedly by Prof. @richardepstein on various Ricochet podcasts.

One of his main defenses of the current data collection regime of the NSA and other law enforcement groups was that there seems to be a real security need and that there are enough checks in place to prevent the misuse of that data.

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This is the introductory post in a series that I’m going to call “SCOTUS Notes.”  My plan is to post brief summaries of relatively ordinary cases decided by the United States Supreme Court.  I hope that these will be of interest to others at Ricochet, and expect that some may generate some interesting discussion. Rodriguez […]

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