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Jon Taplin:

The U.S. Government has long maintained a policy that they have the right to stop and search anyone at the border. The Department of Homeland Security is now taking the position that “the border” is the 100-mile wide strip that wraps around the “external boundary” of the United States. The ACLU took all the recent census maps and came to a rather surprising conclusion.

What we found is that fully TWO-THIRDS of the United States’ population lives within this Constitution-free or Constitution-lite Zone. That’s 197.4 million people who live within 100 miles of the US land and coastal borders.

Origin: dphiffer
  1. kagurazakaundergroundresistance reblogged this from classics and added:
    What we found is that fully TWO-THIRDS of the United States? population lives within this Constitution-free or...
  2. jimkal reblogged this from yeis
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  4. oblast reblogged this from classics and added:
    First Hand Account: Stopped at a checkpoint in the Constitution-free zone
  5. louobedlam reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    This shit is so evil it’s awesome.
  6. tomworth reblogged this from bullshit
  7. lets-hug reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    um, how come my whole state is “border”?
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  9. mellander reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    well that convenient….
  10. halflife reblogged this from notentirely and added:
    Gee thanks, Just adding to my conspiracy theory fears. The above includes all...my family...
  11. notentirely reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    by way of
  12. brainofg reblogged this from dphiffer and added:
    The U.S. Government has long maintained a policy that they have the right to stop and search anyone at the border. The...
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  15. wadcity reblogged this from madthoughts and added:
    Finally, the midwest catches a break.
  16. victimofcircumstance reblogged this from pauliophonic
  17. nisey reblogged this from colinashe and added:
    Hey, my town, my parents’ town, all my friends’ towns….in the constitution free zone! Well, that would explain the...
  18. colinashe reblogged this from onemoretimewithfeeling and added:
    Yep, my whole state is in the constitution-free zone. Live free or die, motherfucker!
  19. eric-hu-old reblogged this from bullshit
  20. vaaahlerie reblogged this from kayfabe and added:
    In case I needed another reason to leave Michigan.
  21. myownmelt reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    I’ve always been 1 of 3! Strange …
  22. altidude reblogged this from onemoretimewithfeeling and added:
    So, apparently, is just about everyplace I ever go.
  23. madthoughts reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    Rudy. You’ve been right all along. What a fool I’ve been.
  24. moustache reblogged this from gbb
  25. emer reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    Ummmm. The entire state of Maine? Constitution-free? That doesn’t fly here. We’ve got moose, you know. And lobsters.
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  30. krza reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    Welcome to the occupation. I can feel big brother’s boot as I read this. Follow the link and read.
  31. arcktip reblogged this from onemoretimewithfeeling and added:
    Fuck this. The “constitution free” Zone should be any area that is not orange on this map. Okay, yes, this statement is...
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  35. psikikpanda reblogged this from lindseyaustinson and added:
    10 states are completely in this area: Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey,...
  36. lindseyaustinson reblogged this from walpaper and added:
    Government?!? Why do you continue to do crazy stuff? It makes us coastal-dwelling folks feel sad.
  37. funtime reblogged this from walpaper and added:
    (via walpaper:bullshit)
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  39. walpaper reblogged this from windycitygirl and added:
    The U.S. Government has long maintained a policy that they have the right to stop...search...
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  41. windycitygirl reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    I’ve only lived in Chicago and LA, so I’m reblogging to join the club of faux-Americans.
  42. iambal reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    My hometown is American… but apparently, my current home is not.
  43. aaronindenver reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    Sometimes I get scared, but at least I live in Denver (and have nothing except a finally honed guilt complex to worry...
  44. booksmeat reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    this is scary stuff, i beg you guys to read this link, its eye opening if you live in america or not.
  45. carolynrez reblogged this from saintnate and added:
    this is completely unbearable.
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  48. zigziggityzoo reblogged this from modiddy and added:
    This is scary as all get-out. My whole state, swallowed. Slightly inaccurate though, W. Michigan isn’t any where near...
  49. maxistentialist reblogged this from bullshit and added:
    The U.S. Government has long maintained a policy that they have the right to stop and search anyone at the border. The...