When are people going to stand up?? Not as long as the MSM shills for the abrogation of our rights, that's for sure (check out the first thing out of the announcer's mouth here). Not as long as students in our schools are taught submission.
While the courts have been guilty of reinforcing this paradigm of abject compliance to the state, it is also being taught in the schools, through zero tolerance policies that punish all offenses equally and result in young people being expelled for childish behavior. School districts are increasingly teaming with law enforcement to create what some are calling the “schoolhouse to jailhouse track” by imposing a “double dose” of punishment: suspension or expulsion from school, accompanied by an arrest by the police and a trip to juvenile court. In this way, having failed to learn much in the way of civic education and/or the Bill of Rights while in school, young people are being browbeaten into believing that they have no true rights and government authorities have total power and can violate constitutional rights whenever they see fit.
Source: John W. Whitehead at The Rutherford Institute. (ht: Himself at Middle of the Right via Running 'Cause I Can't Fly)
With the expansion of the violation of our Fourth Amendment rights as illustrated by such things as the abuses above, as well as the US Supreme Court decision here and the Indiana Supreme Court decision here, soon the citizens of the United States will not be citizens, but servants to governmental entities run amok. Without the right to be secure in our persons and our homes, without the right to travel freely around this country without being coerced and forced to give up those rights, we can no longer consider ourselves to be free.