Quote of the Week – State of Emergency

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It is precisely in times of national emergencies that civil liberties must be defended and protected most forcefully. If not, then governments will be given incentives to constantly create crises, or perceptions of crises, and declaring “official states of emergency” in order to grab more and more power and money and destroy more and more liberty and prosperity.

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  1. Tom Ziesmer says:

    There are three types of people in this world.
    There are those who make things happen, there are those who watch things happen and then there are those who wonder “what the hell just happened?”. What are you?

  2. steve says:

    The fedaral court has indited the president of the united states on many charges including muder treason and high treason all carry the death penaltie

    • scott says:

      GOD I PRAY THAT’S TRUE AND THEY FIND HIM GUILTY.

    • M. says:

      I’ll believe it when I see it

    • Brian says:

      You sir are cuckoo….and you can’t spell Federal.

  3. Russell Canvasser says:

    Here in Colorado we’re all got a eyebrow up. National guard removing folks from there home’s that have running water sewer and power, and putting them in shelters.Roads gone railway’s gone. They already have the upper hand with this disaster. Power is gone in lot of hills.

  4. pops says:

    Great quote,hard to believe it came from the supreme court.had to be long ago,anyone know when ? or how long ago maybe when we had patriots.
    who built this country ?? who died ? who shed blood for the freedoms the sheeple are now giving up ?
    This is our Land,and our parks an our country,we need educate the masses.

  5. Marco says:

    I do not believe this is a quote from the Supreme Court. I believe it is a quote from Thomas DiLorenzo paraphrasing somrtihng the Supreme Court said in Ex Parte Milligan, 1866. See http://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog/the-two-magic-words-that-justify-tyranny-and-oppression/ That said, it is a great quote, and something we must keep in mind anytime anyone suggests they need special emergency powers.

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