The Patriot Act: 21 Years of Terror

On October 26, 2001, President George W. Bush signed into law the USA Patriot Act. It was in the aftermath of the attacks on 9/11, and Americans were desperate for a sense of security. But now, 21 years later, we can see the Patriot Act for what it truly is: an overreach in power by our government and a threat to the civil liberties of all Americans.

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Miguel Ceja

Miguel Ceja is a Videographer at Free the People. He was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and first got a taste of filmmaking in high school with a small group of friends. Miguel has previously worked on projects with the Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston, AARP, and several Houston-based artists. Miguel is an optimist who believes that freedom can be conveyed to a greater audience through the art of storytelling. He hopes to one day showcase to millions of people, the liberty and freedom that are given to us at birth by God and not the government. In his free time Miguel plays chess, poker, and spends time with his two Australian Cattle Dogs.

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