Pioneer Editorial: Sanctity of one's home put at risk
Many will say that Thursday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling that will allow police to enter homes without knocking as a sign of the new conservatism on the court. But the ruling actually sends mixed signals, as it violates a centuries-old, common-law rule which conservatives have embraced for eons -- protecting the sanctity of one's home.
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