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A no knock raid is when officers can serve a warrant on a house without notifying the residents first. At all. Period. Without ringing the doorbell, calling first, a knock, nothing. Police typically do it in the middle of the night or in the wee hours of the morning, too, when people are more likely to be asleep. The majority of these raids aren't even for violent crimes or imminent threats to life and limb, but drug crimes.
So a lot of people tend to die. It’s a pretty stupid way to enforce laws.
We live in a country where the citizenry are armed. If it’s the middle of the night and you hear someone busting through your front door, and if you exercise your 2nd Amendment rights by owning a firearm, your first reaction is going to be to draw that firearm to protect yourself and your family.
While in the vast majority of their constitutionally related writings the Founding Fathers were explicit that the judicial branch of government is effectively the weakest of the three, such is not the case with today’s modern misapplication. Americans currently live under what is, for all intents and purposes, a counter-constitutional judiciocracy led by nine unelected, black-robed autocrats.
Over many decades, the other two branches of government, the legislative and the executive, have, for some inexplicable reason, acquiesced to the notion of judicial supremacy – a dangerously dominant concept that erroneously regards the United States Supreme Court as the final arbiter of all things public policy. If this is so, then these nine men and women are ultimately unaccountable to anyone or anything, and the other two branches of government are but toothless figurehead bodies merely spinning their wheels while spending our dollars.
This flies in the face of the framers’ intent. It’s also the very unfortunate reality under which we live. It is fully within the constitutional authority of the other two branches of government to rein in these judges gone wild, but, regrettably, no one, as of yet, seems to have the mettle to do what needs to be done.
Article III, Section 2, of the U.S. Constitution gives Congress the authority to “check” judicial activism, up to and including when justices illegitimately legislate from the highest bench in the land: “[T]he Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exceptions, and under such regulations as the Congress shall make.”
Truth has NO EQUAL STANDING along side of error. There is only one judge of religious truth. That judge is the one true God who created it. So when the earthly judges rule about religion their domain is justly limited to few issues. They have ruled anyone has the right to pray in public? NOT does the prayer of anyone contain error, or injustice? Only the Church has the right to decide what true and correct prayer consists of. I will gladly accept the supreme court's decision, and will gladly pray in public as I always have, and I will not participate in prayers uttered in public that I know contain errors of faith as decided by Christ's true Church. That does not mean I would deny others the right to follow their conscience in such matters. We must be free long enough to be able to arrive at the truth, even if that means we make some mistakes along the way. It's when evil people try to throw us in jail for attempting to arrive at that truth that I get off the train and absolutely condemn their actions, and now the Supreme Court has about said as much. So called "political correctness" is nothing but a control mechanism used by the left to put your mind in a box of their own making. They would say the same thing about all religions, but history has proven them wrong so many times that it should be obvious. But as they say, one can lead a horse to water, but you can't make them drink. Most people won't put in the effort to find the truth. It's too inconvenient. It takes too much effort.
It's called the Mystery of Iniquity, that makes this life a test of fidelity to that very truth.
So I will accept this supreme court decision, and use it to God's advantage, and you should also, even though it falls somewhat short of the ideal, as does most political thought outside of true religion.