More Government Corruption II, Law That Governs The Government

Jefferson Memorial Washington D.C. USA
Jefferson Memorial Washington D.C. USA

Here are documented cases, stories, and editorials from the pamphlet available at  These links will take you to examples of the goverment violating you right to free speech.  The right given to us be our creator and supposedly garenteed to us by our Constitution in the, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

The Federal Government is supposed to protect our inalienable  rights, how’s that working out for you?

1st amendment violations 

Unconstitutional consent decree strips students and staff members’ 1st amendment rights 

District court ignores blatant religious discrimination in employment termination 

School throws the Constitution to the wind, violates boy’s right to fly flag on his bicycle for VETRANS DAY. 

School board stomps on Constitution, strips religious group of equal access, 1st amendment rights 

Maine strips group of 1st amendment rights for exposing Muslim indoctrination in public schools 

Free speech, normal human interaction banned by North Carolina state parks 

Government muzzles 1st Amendment rights during Wikileak scandal

Arkansas town council plays God, strips entire town of 1st Amendment rights

Judge laughs at freedom of the press, orders St. Louis Business Journal to stop presses,+stops+SBJ+from+printing+public+news.-a016989192

Reporter dares to ask questions of a judge, judge throws him in jail

Man faces LIF  in jail for recording police—despite it being utterly legal!

Protesters illegally arrested, detained, questioned 

More Federal Government failure coming soon. Enjoy the elections.
Good Luck, Mr. TakeDown

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