Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Education In The Constitution

"The 4th Amendment says, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.” And remember, people call us our 4th Amendment right. Is there a 4th Amendment right? No. It’s our God-given right to privacy. We have the right to be private. Our government is not our master. They don’t need to know anything about me and as I choose [01:10:00] to let them know, that in my behalf is my agent.

This says we need to be secure in our papers, houses, and in effects, and persons unless — does the government have any right to search and seize? They do as outlined in the 4th Amendment. It says very clearly when those conditions are met. The conditions are “No warrant shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath and affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

The government can search and seize and invade on your privacy within your home and your papers, your effects, etc, if they have a probable cause and they swear before a judge and put my honor my oath on the line to say “I believe this person is infringing on these rights in this way, and here’s that I’m going to look for.” And the judge can say, “That’s reasonable.” More probably than not, you’re right. They’re going to give you a warrant to go and do that. That’s when they can do it.

Now, you tell me, are your kids infringing on anyone’s right by being involved in the public school system? No. So, does government have any right to track data, [01:11:00] to search and seize information about them, and to pass it on to other people? That’s a violation of the 4th Amendment in the first degree. It’s huge. It’s a big deal to be taking private information, collecting it, passing on all the government agencies because what happens? That’s going to command the economy." 

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