| Bill establishes lifelong tracking of citizens by federal government...
|July 10, 2018|
Republican Senator Co-Sponsors Police State Bill
Recently Texas U. S. Senator John Cornyn signed onto the College Transparency Act of 2017 (S.1121) that will overturn the ban on a federal student data system and establish lifelong tracking of individuals by the federal government. Supporters of the bill are licking their chops, claiming that support from the second ranking GOP Senator signals passage.
The bill purports to be about transparency and analysis of Federal aid programs, college majors and future earnings. Yet the facts below show there is far more to the bill than what the public is being told.
This brings up the question, then, about why the federal government needs personally identifiable information about a student. Or why it is involved in federal aid to students. Or even why it is involved in higher education, a right that is left to the states under the Tenth Amendment.
Critics of the bill, including Congresswoman Dr. Virginia Foxx who authored the 2008 amendment that bans a student database, are highly concerned about the total loss of our Fourth Amendment right to privacy if the ban is overturned.
They have good reason to fear because the federal government has a long track record of lying to the American people about their seizing unconstitutional control over a function, demanding data, and then stripping people of their Constitutional rights through strangling regulations over their lives.
The D.C. establishment lied about the No Child Left Behind reauthorization of the unconstitutional Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 and the latest reauthorization, Every Student Succeeds Act. Despite claims to the contrary, these bills seized more federal control over education while demanding massive quantities of data on students.
To accomplish this, the feds required each state to create a longitudinal database system to store PII that is collected during standardized testing and while children are using online curriculum programs.
Once there is a national student database, it will be a simple matter to connect all state databases with the national database. And there you have it. A dossier on each person like that found in China and other totalitarian nations.
If the College Transparency Act of 2017 passes, the federal government will be able to track you throughout your life using education, financial, medical, employment, wage, and workforce data.
It's unlikely the D.C. swamp is going to listen to the people and stop this Orwellian bill dead in its tracks. It's up to the American people to put populism on steroids and take back what we have ceded to this behemoth government.
This bill must be stopped NOW! S. 1121
Call Senator John Cornyn -- 202-224-2934
Call Senator Ted Cruz - (202) 224-5922
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