If you are then learn about the Rutherford Institute. Watch the video where John Whitehead founder of the Rutherford Institute speaks about a census worker who took his pitbull with him on the job and the dog bit an American Citizen.
In the video John Whitehead, who is a lawyer, tells the viewer that under the law the citizen must answer the questions. He is talking about the 10 question census that is taken every 10 years. I’m pretty sure he is not talking about the American Community Survey. As a lawyer he is obligated to tell you to answer the questions. However, many, many American citizens are not answering the questions. Others are answering only the enumeration for government representation questions: Name and age.
The Rutherford Institute:
“Founded in 1982 by constitutional attorney and author John W. Whitehead, The Rutherford Institute is a civil liberties organization that provides free legal services to people whose constitutional and human rights have been threatened or violated.
The Institute’s mission is twofold: to provide legal services in the defense of religious and civil liberties and to educate the public on important issues affecting their constitutional freedoms.” – The Rutherford Institute
The Rutherford Institute is waiting patiently to test the Census Bureau in court.
Here is a video regarding the Census Bureau by The Rutherford Institute:
Also, here’s an article by Tasha Kates of the Daily Progress regarding an aggressive census worker, here’s a quote from the article which you can read by following the link.
“The Census Bureau worker, insistent that the son answer the questions, stuck his foot in the door and illegally entered the premises of Ms. Broadwater’s home,” the letter said.
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