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Our Right to Privacy-Hijacked by Government: The U.S. Government Consistently Violates "the supreme law of the land," the Constitution of the United States of America Revised and Updated Second Edition By Robert G. Beard, Jr.
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Why is privacy so important? If you have done nothing wrong, what do you have to hide? You would be surprised! With over 4,500 federal crimes on the books and over 400,000 rules & regulations,... More > you are most likely, and unknowingly, committing three felonies a day. According to law professor John Baker, “there is no one in the United States over the age of 18 who cannot be indicted for some federal crime.” Forget about the NSA spying on you. Much more devastating is the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 which was significantly strengthened after 9-11. This Act turned Banks and other financial institutions into spies for the U.S. Government, in particular the IRS. This book discusses specific reasons why the Founders placed the Fourth Amendment—the right to privacy, the right to be left alone by Government—in the U.S. Constitution. It highlights how Congress, aided by the Supreme Court, has trampled on this extremely important individual right. Luckily, within these pages, there may be hope on the horizon!< Less
Our Right to Privacy-Hijacked by Government: The U.S. Government Consistently Violates "the supreme law of the land," the Constitution of the United States of America Revised and Updated Second Edition By Robert G. Beard, Jr.
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Why is privacy so important? If you have done nothing wrong, what do you have to hide? You would be surprised! With over 4,500 federal crimes on the books and over 400,000 rules & regulations,... More > you are most likely, and unknowingly, committing three felonies a day. According to law professor John Baker, “there is no one in the United States over the age of 18 who cannot be indicted for some federal crime.” Forget about the NSA spying on you. Much more devastating is the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 which was significantly strengthened after 9-11. This Act turned Banks and other financial institutions into spies for the U.S. Government, in particular the IRS. This book discusses specific reasons why the Founders placed the Fourth Amendment—the right to privacy, the right to be left alone by Government—in the U.S. Constitution. It highlights how Congress, aided by the Supreme Court, has trampled on this extremely important individual right. Luckily, within these pages, there may be hope on the horizon!< Less
Our Right to Privacy-Hijacked By Government: The U.S. Government Consistently Violates "the Supreme Law of the Land," the Constitution of the United States of America Revised and Updated Second Edition By Robert G. Beard, Jr.
eBook (ePub): $19.99
Why is privacy so important? If you have done nothing wrong, what do you have to hide? You would be surprised! With over 4,500 federal crimes on the books and over 400,000 rules & regulations,... More > you are most likely, and unknowingly, committing three felonies a day. According to law professor John Baker, “there is no one in the United States over the age of 18 who cannot be indicted for some federal crime.” Forget about the NSA spying on you. Much more devastating is the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970 which was significantly strengthened after 9-11. This Act turned Banks and other financial institutions into spies for the U.S. Government, in particular the IRS. Not only is the IRS receiving regular reports on your financial activities, they are the beneficiary of a powerful weapon that can be used against you if you irritate the wrong bureaucrat or a member of the professional political class.< Less

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