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  1. MamaLiberty
    MamaLiberty May 27, 2014 11:18 am

    When the “law” is whatever the rulers want it to be, etc… The bottom line is still that most people accept the idea that the “rulers” actually do have the authority to make and enforce their “laws,” however horrible. And that includes the “rulers.” This, ultimately, breeds contempt for both mala en se law and for other people. We don’t need to look much farther for the root cause of our economic and moral destruction.

  2. Matt, another
    Matt, another May 28, 2014 7:49 am

    But, Gibson Guitars did do somethings wrong, not illegal, but not acceptable to the kleptocrats in charge. Three things. One, they were succesful without assistance from the government, included a diverse workforce and decent pay/benefits. Two, they did not pay tribute or bribes or donations to the klepto party in charge. Three they were conservatives working in the “music” industry and that shall not be allowed.

  3. Laird
    Laird May 28, 2014 10:59 am

    There is (or should be) no such thing as a “sealed warrant”. If the target can’t see what is being searched for it might as well be a grocery list in the envelope. There are many outrages in this story, but that one tops the list.

    There is no rule of law in a country which permits sealed warrants and secret courts (the FISA court).

  4. Paul Bonneau
    Paul Bonneau May 30, 2014 10:28 am

    I wouldn’t get too exercised about sealed warrants. Instead, focus on warrants per se. A piece of paper signed by a judge, a member of the ruling class who works daily with cops who want into your house. If you expect something like that to protect you, you are living in la-la land.

    The game is rigged. It’s not there for us. Stop believing in it.

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