August 20th, 2013 – Darrell Castle talks about the FISA Court and its bulk warrants in violation of the United States Constitution’s Fourth Amendment. Castle was the Constitution Party’s 2008 vice-presidential nominee and is expected to seek the party’s presidential nomination in 2016.
Email from Darryl Perry, Chair, Boston Tea Party National Committee:
It’s that time again. The time that rolls around every two years; when men and women spend outrageous amounts of money telling us why they should be chosen to serve in Congress. They say outrageous things to “scare” you into believing that their opponent is either the devil-incarnate or the rebirth of Hitler, Stalin or any other number of bad “rulers” from times past.… Read more ...
Bob goes into how our liberties have been put at stake by the Bush Administration and Congress, under both Republicans and Democrats. He blasts the recent FISA law and say, â€œWhen government grows so large that it knows virtually everything a person is doing, then you have no freedom.â€
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As part of the Nader campaign’s Get Out The Vote college speaking tour, Ashley Sanders, youth spokesperson, will be traveling around the country speaking to college audiences on the differences between Ralph Nader’s platforms and the platforms of the two major-party candidates. She’s introduced Mr.… Read more ...
In a statement issued last night, Bob Barr encouraged his supporters to join Accountability Now PAC in the PAC’s efforts to remove from power the key enablers of the “tyrannical and lawless FISA compromise.”
BreakTheMatrix, which sponsors the PAC, hailed Barr’s supportive statements as “an action to defend our Constitution.”
In a press release issued yesterday, the Libertarian Party said Barack Obama had a chance to stand for liberty bud didn’t. “Civil liberties were violated, and only 28 senators cared to see justice served,” said Libertarian Party spokesperson Andrew Davis, “and Barack Obama was not one of them.”
The party is referring, of course, to Obama’s support of FISA and retroactive telecom immunity, which he originally said he would not support.… Read more ...