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The KrisAnne Hall Show

By KrisAnne Hall

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Subscribe to The Krisanne Hall Show podcast and join the growing number of people choosing to make the restoration of our country's liberties their personal responsibility. Get news, information & analysis you can use from one of the country's preeminent Constitutional attorneys and outspoken critic of tyranny in any form.

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Well-studied Constitutionalist.

Former Army soldier, former liberal, former Monsanto Kool-aid scientist that woke up to the truth… She brings a passionate but objective analysis of the real roots of our Republic—from before the Magna Carta to the present threshold of tyranny. You won't get the BS left vs. right diversion here. She calls out politicians of all kinds and gives you the Constitutional background to understand and defend it. Power flows from the citizen People, to the US states, and then to the created creature of federal government—in that order!

Challenge one's Constitutional knowledge

Kris Anne Hall challenges our knowledge of the Constitution, it's definition, meaning, and genealogy.

What did she say?

Listened to the ‘Exceptions to the 4th Amendment’ podcast: Incomprehensible, inarticulate, incoherent all come to mind. Besides @ 12 minutes of commercials, there was a request for help from Beck, Hannity, Limbaugh and Fox; some bad math; and an incorrect assertion about the child gun safety pact an Arizona school district has asked parents to sign.
There was a brief reference to the Supreme Court cell phone search cases (Riley v. California and US v Wuhre) but no meaningful discussion or elaboration on 4th Amendment exceptions. The only thing one can understand is the speaker’s belief there should be no exceptions to the 4th Amendment.

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