The Cuban government has a dossier on me. Does my own government have one also?
Way back in the beginning, when our Founding Fathers engineered the U.S. Constitution, it was based on the principle of natural rights (life, liberty, private property) and the duty of all governments to secure these rights.
After carefully reviewing their handiwork, a majority realized, for the sake of future Americans (you and me), the Constitution must be amended with a Bill of Rights.
The Tenth Amendment says, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
The Tenth Amendment essentially strengthened the enumerated (limited) powers of the federal government, as listed in Article I, Section 8. References | US Government Archives, The Constitution of the United States: A Transcription and The Bill of Rights: A Transcription
Movements to nationalize firearms registries, drivers’ licenses, and medical records erode both the Tenth Amendment and the Enumerated Powers clauses.
“IBM, primarily through its German subsidiary, made Hitler’s program of Jewish destruction a technologic mission the company pursued with chilling success. IBM Germany, using its own staff and equipment, designed, executed, and supplied the indispensable technologic assistance Hitler’s Third Reich needed to accomplish what had never been done before the automation of human destruction.” Excerpt from the Jewish Virtual Library, The Nazi Party: IBM & “Death’s Calculator”The Jewish Virtual Library, The Nazi Party: IBM & “Death’s Calculator”
In response to murderous attacks on the USA by radical jihadists in 2001, the federal government established the TSA. This bureaucracy claims to protect us from terrorists. To date, the TSA has not discovered even one bomb or other instruments of terrorism. Not even one.
The gross inconvenience and humiliating, invasive, intimate ‘pat downs’ now motivate frequent fliers to readily sign up for TSA PreCheck to get through airport security more quickly.
George Orwell wasn’t an author; George was a prophet.