"It was a mere four years ago when public outrage forced police in Missouri, Ohio and Colorado to stop intrusive DNA and drug checkpoints. Currently, there are at least thirty-three different types of police checkpoints going on at any given time across the country."
"...the government has weaponized one national crisis after another in order to expands its powers."
"While by no means a response to the Baker Act, Senate Bill 1634 and House Bill 1059, companion bills proposing the Parents’ Bill of Rights, would strengthen the role of parents like Martina in the lives of their children. By clearly outlining various rights parents have in raising their children, the law would keep the child’s caregivers from being cut out of these vital child-healthcare decisions."
"In a new interview with host Scott Horton at the Scott Horton Show, politics writer James Bovard describes some of the latest ominous developments in the rollout of United States government-prescribed identification requirements arising from the 2005 REAL ID Act."
"These Republican lawmakers are on the right track with the start of much needed and necessary legislative measures to protect children from this kind of medical abuse, especially when their own parents are eager to offer them up on the altar of sexual progressivism."
How ironic that these woke university types, who routinely denounce organisations like churches for attempting to handle sexual abuse complaints internally rather than reporting them to the proper authorities, put John through the university’s kangaroo court process.