Tag Archives: Border Searches

Land of the Fearful, Home of the Almost Brave

Starting June 1, 2009 anyone crossing into the United States from Canada will require a passport or a special document approved by the U.S. government. Photo: Craig Glover/Toronto Star.Smile! The U.S. sees you comingBy Tonda MacCharles / May 23, 2009 … finish reading Land of the Fearful, Home of the Almost Brave

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Border Patrol Busts Continue on Olympic Peninsula

More Border Patrol action on the Olympic Peninsula reminds me that the permanent war on terror is simply the excuse for the permanent destruction of American democracy in favour of the Amerikkkan police state. Here is another example of innocent … finish reading Border Patrol Busts Continue on Olympic Peninsula

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What Are We So Afraid Of?

Canadian border no longer invisible in VermontKeith B. Richburg / August 24, 2008 DERBY LINIE, Vt. — The changes started coming slowly to this small town where the U.S. border with Canada runs across sleepy streets, through houses and families, … finish reading What Are We So Afraid Of?

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Travelers’ Laptops May Be Detained At Border

No suspicion required under Homeland Security policiesBy Ellen Nakashima / August 1, 2008 Federal agents may take a traveler’s laptop computer or other electronic device to an off-site location for an unspecified period of time without any suspicion of wrongdoing, … finish reading Travelers’ Laptops May Be Detained At Border

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