Despite the major victory for liberty we struck last week, there is still much work to be done before we return to a government that is truly by the people and for the people.
A big part of taking America back to the values that made it great in the first place is making sure that the people are not at the mercy of bureaucrats and other agents of the state. That means that the only reason they should be able to violate your privacy is if they possess actionable evidence of terrorism or other criminal activity, which is why police are required to get warrants before searching Americans' houses or records.
But thanks to advances in technology, law enforcement is able to circumvent the warrant system and learn all they want about citizens. The NSA's domestic surveillance program is the most egregious example, but there are other, disturbing instances of this phenomenon.
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