The 3rd Amendment made easy-protection from drones
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The 3rd Amendment made easy-protection from drones

I am Denver Colorado Magician and Educator Connie Elstun and I beleive is imperative that we never let a public election happen again with a Nation of citizens of which only 1 out of 630,128 can name the first 10 amendments that make our American Bill of Rights. No one was found on a UCLA survey who could name all 27 amendments. 

The 3rd amendment once called the least important may be the thing that stops drone spies. 

"No soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in manner to be prescribed by law."

Let's examine whether a case may be made. The National Security Agency is part of the Department of Defense and therefore of our nation's military. By law, the NSA director must be a commissioned military officer, and per its mission statement, the NSA gathers information for military purposes. That's strong evidence that NSA personnel would qualify as soldiers under the 3rd Amendment.

And why did the framers prohibit the government lodging soldiers in private homes? Besides a general distaste for standing armies, quartering was costly for homeowners; it was also an annoyance that completely extinguished a family's sense of privacy and made them feel violated. Sound familiar?


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