Did you know the IRS believes you don't have a "reasonable expectation of privacy" in your own emails?
Did you know the IRS believes it can read your emails without even getting a search warrant?
Defying the Constitution, the IRS has informed its agents that they can read taxpayer emails without a warrant, opening up your private life to the prying eyes of the IRS, an agency with dramatically expanded powers after Obamacare. This has to stop.
To the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate:
IRS access to our private emails is intolerable. Hold hearings to determine the extent of the IRS's unconstitutional access to Americans' emails. Amend the Electronic Communications Privacy Act to prevent government access to private emails without a search warrant. Demand strict compliance from the IRS. Defend the most basic rights of Americans to be free of unreasonable government searches.
President Obama has a penchant for presidential power plays. He has been following his own playbook since January 2014 when he declared: “I’ve got a pen, and I’ve got a phone” – his promise to do all that he could to bypass Congress – relying on Executive Orders and actions instead of legislation.
Another election day is upon us, but for many the question lingers: Why vote? Many of you reading this may even be asking, there’s an election today? No, the President isn’t on the ballot, neither are the members of the U.S. House or Senate. Unless you live in Kentucky, Louisiana, or Mississippi,
The FBI is reportedly focusing its investigation into Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email scandal on a particular federal law governing “gross negligence” in handling national defense secrets. As I explained this summer, this felony, 18 U.S.C § 793, could be the most legally...
For years, the ACLJ has fought—and continues to fight—to defend your Constitutionally protected freedoms. Your support allows us to fight for the lives of the unborn, defend the Constitution, and protect the religious liberties of all U.S. citizens. Here are a few of the victories that you’ve...