A question of OUR RIGHTS

As the United States in particular shores up security measures in travel and communications—areas that directly impact personal and public lives—many Americans are concerned that the price of increased safety may be a dangerous loss of civil liberties. They also struggle to see threats of war from different perspectives than their own. The Sentinel asked Dave Mackenroth—a practicing attorney for 30 years specializing in civil litigation in Sacramento and a former US Marine officer—to talk about these issues from both a legal and a spiritual perspective.

Specifically, what are people most concerned about? What freedoms—civil rights—are in jeopardy?

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