PATRIOT Act At 15: Do You Feel Safer?

Yesterday was the 15th anniversary of President George W. Bush signing the PATRIOT Act into law. It was supposed to be only a temporary measure to address the emergency situation caused by the attacks of 9/11. Fifteen years later it has been re-authorized many times and last year some of its worst parts were codified into law in the USA FREEDOM Act. From the War Powers Resolution, to the FISA Court, to the “reform” USA FREEDOM Act, bills that were designed to rein in government abuses end up just giving government more power. Is there anything we can do about it? Ron Paul Institute Senior Fellow Adam Dick joins today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report to discuss:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

2 thoughts on “PATRIOT Act At 15: Do You Feel Safer?”

  1. yes i feel alot safe, now that the most likely death at the hands of foreign actors will be getting vaporized by a hydrogen bomb, i kind of don’t care about an arab with a stick of dynamite trying to get revenge for my countries actions.

    such progress.

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