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Josh Kimball

Josh Kimball

  • I think the problem here is this is just becoming an outdated method of conveying information. In the era of Presidential tweets and 24 hour news cycles, tuning in at a set time to hear a speech which will just be quoted out of context by a dozen different interest groups is completely pointless.

  • Police checkpoints are already a breach of constitutional rights, as they force an inspection by the police with no prior probable cause or consent. Ignoring the 4th amendment however, this is also a clear violation of the 1st ammendment of the constitution in tgat it is preventing the sharing of infprmation

    Police checkpoints are already a breach of constitutional rights, as they force an inspection by the police with no prior probable cause or consent. Ignoring the 4th amendment however, this is also a clear violation of the 1st ammendment of the constitution in tgat it is preventing the sharing of infprmation by individuals. This is just another step in assuring we live in a closely watched police state.