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Not on government equipment. It’s okay to use US Government (USG) telecommunication devices for personal business, if approved, and such use doesn’t interfere with USG operations. If using your USG communication device, you explicitly waive many of you’re #1A, #4A, #5A, #6A,
and #14A rights. For example, while issued a USG BlackBerry, I could send personal texts, make personal calls, and surf the web for non-USG interests, as long as I didn’t disrupt my job. Every text, phone call, website I sent, made, or used was logged by the network operations
center. The operations center would notify me if any of the 58,000+ USG accounts violated the above and I would chastise, restrict access, lock their account, and/or consult/refer persons to AFOSI for criminal investigation. Activities were not restricted to USG telecom abuse.
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We desperately need #SpeechReform laws in the US #MightyMitch has an A+ rating by the Rotary, & has taken $ MILLIONS, ensuring no speech laws infringe the Constitution.

D’s are handmaidens to the word lobby, ensuring thousands speak yearly, so long as they get #RotaryBloodMoney
Yes, you sound that stupid. Read the Constitution. Here’s some help: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
In District of Columbia v. Heller (2008), the Supreme Court held the amendment protects an individual right to possess and carry firearms and the right is in no way related to participation in a militia.
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PA’s Ghost Gun Rule is unconstitutional due to the Supremecy Clause (states cannot regulate federally enumerated powers), Cohens v. Virginia, the #9A’s equivalency doctrine, and the #14A’s Equal Protection Clause.threadreaderapp.com/thread/1182363…
The Supremacy Clause.👇
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In Cohens v. Virginia, 19 U.S. (6 Wheat.) 264 (1821), the Supreme Court affirmed state law in opposition to federal law is void. The Supreme Court has full appellate authority and final say.
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"and subject to the jurisdiction thereof.."👈🏽

-Visitors are not wholly under U.S. jurisdiction.
-Invading Army could give birth to citizens.
-Pregnant wife could accompany Xi, undergo cesarean while Xi meets w/Trump, then return to China.

See a problem?

#wellhellzbellz
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1.) #RedFlagLaws, yes they violate the Constitution, let me show you the ways.

#2A - It never ceases to amaze me how the phrase, “The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”, simply cannot be understood by such a large swath of the American people.
2.) I understand there are folks who don’t like the #2A , but pretending it’s not there or that it says something it doesn’t is lazy, arrogant, and tyrannical.
3.) #4A - We all have a right to be secure, in both our homes and our property, and against unreasonable search and seizure. But how secure are you when someone can make an unfounded claim and your house is entered and your property seized?
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Knowing how many ladies I've run into over the years who have accidentally outed themselves on social media (including myself, years ago) I'm thinking I should probably write up a Working Girls' Guide to Internet Privacy.
Rule #1: Always use a VPN....
Rule #1: Always use a VPN. Always, no matter what. No excuses, because ProtonVPN has a free option that works pretty well. protonvpn.com, App Store and Google Play Store. Download it now if you don't already have it.
Rule #2: Never use hotel wifi, even with a VPN. Tether your devices via making your own wifi hotspot using your phone. Most prepaid plans have this included already, but watch your data usage if you're on a traditional cellphone plan.
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In Mathews v. Diaz 426 U.S. 67 (1976), the Supreme Court held that a provision of the Social Security Act denying eligibility for Medicare part B unless the applicant has been in the United States for a minimum of five years and has been admitted for...
...permanent residency does not deny the applicant of liberty or property without due process of law. In the opinion Justice Stevens authored for a unanimous Court, the Court addressed the requirements Congress may impose on noncitizens applying for federal medical insurance.
This decision, rooted in a class action suit against the federal government, reaffirmed Congress’s and the President’s plenary authority over immigration policy.
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Why are you baffled?

A THREAD on the Census...
The census is mandated by Article I, Section 2, Clause 3, “The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years,” in a manner directed by Congress, not the Executive.
The 14th Amendment requires, “... counting the whole number of persons in each State...” in the census. It does not say, “... counting the whole number of citizens in each State...”
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