Tag: NDAA
Virginia Interposes to Protect Citizens from NDAA

States are starting to show concern about certain provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act (“NDAA”), which allows the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens who are alleged to be terrorists or aiding terrorists. The President has “promised” to exempt citizens from indefinite detention, but that does not change what the law says or that he can always change his...
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What’s Wrong with This Picture: MSM Coverage of Obama’s Signing Homeland Battlefield Bill

On Saturday, President Obama signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) a/k/a the “Homeland Battlefield Bill,” (so named because it defines the entire U.S. as a battlefield in the War on Terror), that grants the executive virtually unlimited power to indefinitely detain any American citizen he deems a suspected “belligerent”—at his own...
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