NDAA: America Ends Due Process?
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Last year at this time the National Defense Authorization Act was being decided by the U.S. Senate.

Senator Rand Paul was one of the very few Republicans who rose to speak against certain provisions of the NDAA — those that would end due process and detain American citizens indefinitely for being suspected of terrorism.

The term “terrorist”, as Senator Paul notes, is a loose term — individuals who own firearms, food, or other types of items for self-defense and emergency preparedness are in danger of labeled some type of enemy combatant, simply because they care for themselves and their family.

The NDAA, almost a year later, is still on the books as a law. This fact should cause Americans to worry.


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