One of the bedrock principles of the U.S. Constitution is that a person should be secure from unlawful governmental intrusions into the home. These protections were painstakingly established in response to the unfettered authority of British officials to search the homes of American colonists.American courts have long acknowledged that the occupant of a home has a reasonable expectation of privacy within the walls of that home and, at times, even directly outside those walls.
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Known as “Turn Around”, all bills passed by the House now go to the Senate and vice versa
A look at Augusta's past
Today’s music from the Christian genre is really good
Homosexuality is one of the real moral issues of our time. For the most part, issues related to sex between consenting adults are judged by the courts to be private matters left to the individual. In recent years, our government has dealt with the...
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We need to be less tolerant of racist jokes and comments
Firearms will soon be the leading killer of young people between the ages of 15 and 24—more than disease, accidents and suicide. This startling statistic is in spite of falling violent crime rates and spiraling rates of gun homicide.
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