http://www.smithsonianmag.com/histo...uths-180953876/?utm_source=twitter.com&no-ist Sedition. "conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state" "...Bausch...allegedly saying, “We should have never entered this war and this war should be stopped immediately and peace declared.” "after a trial that lasted a day-and-a-half, Bausch was convicted under Montana’s weeks-old Sedition Law and sentenced to four-to-eight years. " "In February 1918, Governor Sam Stewart called an emergency session of the legislature and within days the Montana Sedition Law passed. There was little opposition to the harshest law in the country, one that criminalized vague notions of “disloyal, profane, violent...or abusive language.” It passed unanimously." Every time anything is rushed thru congress, this is what I fear. Second only to laws named after people. We are only ever a day away.