Judge Andrew Napolitano - "Are Americans willing to trade privacy and liberty for the perception of security?"

 

 

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  • Diane Crawford - November 24, 2013

    Judge Napoitano and Mr. Burkman, stating the american people are intellectually ignorant of their 4th amendment rights being lost, was an insult to me. Please don’t ever group all Americans together for we have never been so divided; many of us are scared and wonder when our representative government will stop this run-a-way administration. I pray, for, as I see things, God is the ONE ,I know will not desert our Constitution, Bill of Rights, common sense, American values. Sincerely, Diane (please withhold last name)

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