The Federal Government’s Achilles Heel

In this edition of Probable Cause Newsbud’s Founder and Editor Sibel Edmonds is joined by National Communications Director for the Tenth Amendment Center, Michael Maharrey. Edmonds and Maharrey discuss in detail the ongoing battle for States’ rights versus the Federal Government, including some recent victories, while providing a blueprint for grassroots activism in local communities. The nearly one-hour in-depth interview is exclusively available for Community Members at or you can watch it now at Newsbud Vimeo on Demand.

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  1. Benoit Gérin-Lajoie says:

    “Opting out” of… TSA search ? can it be done ? Yes one can refuse the scanner then, you are “manually” searched but… one can’t “Opt out” of that manual search or, you won’t be allowed to board the plane ! No ?

    • David E Burden says:

      The TSA was supposed to have a “Sunset Clause”. Meaning that at some point, airlines could opt out. However, when the time came, and several of the airlines did try to opt out, the federal government simply threatened to revoke their FAA licenses to fly.
      The criminals inhabiting our governmental offices love to use extortion to get their way.
      Not one terrorist has been stopped by the TSA, and according to one study I read, people who choose to not be groped, and decide instead to drive, is causing traffic fatalities to increase significantly.
      This is simply another tool of the globalists in furtherance of the growing Police State. It serves no valid purpose, and is an ongoing intrusion, and a violation of our liberty.

  2. Benoit Gérin-Lajoie says:

    Please add an “Edit” link/button to all user comments please !!! Many thanks…

  3. Sandy Onks says:

    Excellent interview! We look forward to your return to Texas to help us unseat Dan Patrick. Thank you!

  4. April Sanchez says:

    This is right on the mark! Finding a way to encourage or invite people to watch a documentary on an important issue or finding out who took money from whom- without being beholden to a political party or it’s resources- is so difficult… And the political parties want the credit without doing anything… We need all the help we can get for inspiration and encouragement and basic skills…

  5. spiro skouras says:

    Sibel & Michael bring up a lot of very important issues, while offering solutions. Which is exactly what we need, solutions backed up by actions! Who’s with me?

  6. Craig Toth says:

    Great interview.

  7. victor friese says:

    This will not work. The states have little more interest in rights than the federal government. You may win out on a few things like gun laws, but when it comes to fundamental freedoms, like liberty of movement, or free and full access to the court system, or fair trials, or being able to sue someone while getting the legal help you need while at the same time being poor and having to deal with a confusing overly complicated and opaque court system, you will get nothing. Your most meaningful rights will always be turned into privileges.

    • Keith Kalka says:

      Takes everyone to stand up to injustice to drain the swamps. Swamps are located everywhere, not just dc. If you want rights in court you’ve got to be prepared for battle as this injustice system used has been around 6000 years. Be humble and meek/blameless as a lamb and pray for the holy spirits guidance to prevail.
      Ps – This was very informative, timely info for the people. Kk

  8. victor friese says:

    And no, you will not be allowed to board the plane. The courts consistently hold that you have NO right to move from one place to another. They only hold that you have the right to go from state to state, not that you have the right to travel by the method within your means and will to spend (so long as it is not something stupid and dangerous like a nuclear or rocket powered car)… or even have safety in doing so. You literally do not have the right to leave your own home. That is a privilege in this sorry shit assed excuse for a “free” country.

  9. victor friese says:

    One thing that needs to happen is we need to have a vote system where a public official, even a judge or a cop, can be punished if enough people vote for it. An example would be, you have a crooked judge. You go out and get as many people to vote to punish him as you can. This will have to be based on jurisdictions and such. For example, with a state judge if you get 1000 votes against him, he gets a fine. If he gets 10% of the state against him, he gets prison time. If 51% of the state votes against him, he gets the needle chamber. Something like that. It should be the same with any and all public officials.

  10. victor friese says:

    Maybe I shouldn’t have said this will not work. But both the feds and states are crooked to the core. The only thing you can hope to do is play them off each other in hopes of a positive result.

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