You Tell Me…How do we Take the Nation Back From Criminals?

I am often asked why there have not been a lot of whistle blowers coming forward regarding the events of 9/11/2001. After pointing out the fact that there are many whistle blowers I have to inform people that people who blow the whistle on government wrongdoing must often expose government secrets. This is a crime and they can go to prison for this.

Now the U.S. Supreme Court has decided that the Constitutional freedoms related to speech do not extend to government employees. Well guess what! The U.S. Supreme Court just strengthened the ability of high ranking government officials to cover up their own crimes!

We have a government in which people can commit crimes and they can declare as top secret all evidence related to those crimes. Ladies and gentleman, we have an official, fully operational governmental system designed to facilitate the abuse of power via high crimes.

You tell me…is there really a legal way of repairing our broken government? Think about it!

  • Justices Set Limits on Public Employees’ Speech Rights - LINK - The Supreme Court declared today, in a ruling affecting millions of government employees, that the Constitution does not always protect their free-speech rights for what they say on the job.

2 Responses to “You Tell Me…How do we Take the Nation Back From Criminals?”

  1. ricky_radical says:

    Legally no. Not even illegally and that is the saddest part of the scenario that you described and the one that has been on mind for some time. We still are the most powerful nation complete with all the latest weapons of mass destruction that can and is turned on our own citizens. More weapons are on the drawing tables that extend beyond this world. We are at the wide river between now and freedom and the bridge has been blown up and it is too far to swim. People like us can only write about what is wrong, we are not the change agents. Economics is the way to destroy what is wrong in this country but the tax on our nation will be cruel and spread to 85 percent that are vulnerable. We see the signs of national economic failure with the decline in the value of the dollar and that is the beginning. The national debt is another. Import imbalance of payments is another. When oil is traded in euros yet another. These are the kind of weapons that will destroy this unjust system my friend.

  2. Cheryl says:

    I have continually asked myself this same EXACT question. The ACLU (of which I am a member) has been shooting off law suits left and right, only to be smacked down time and again.
    A lawyer (I believe his name is Greenwald) who has his own blog ( and I think wrote a book as well), pisses and moans about the daily rape of our civil rights, but the only thing that I have read on his blog as far as any action to take is, wait for it… CENSURE. How insultingly insipid.
    That attitude also begs the question “Who is truly concerned for our country, and who is ‘in on the con’ (or at least doing their best to make a profit from it while they can?”).
    Anyway, not being an attorney,(and as it seems to me to be too far gone for that, as apparently there are no laws governing the government), one phrase keeps coming to mind; “There are more of us than there are of them”.
    What do you think, Jess?

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