Looking at many comments here, I have to wonder if anybody knows anything about the US Constitution.
USA is not a PURE DEMOCRACY. It's a constitutional republic with representative democracy. Which means, no matter how much "MAJORITY" you think you may have, you cannot take away certain fundamental rights of other citizens. You cannot vote away, my rights such as :
1. Right to free speech,religion.
2. Right to own arms
3. Right to be secure in persons,papers and property
So on and so forth.
This is NOT just some dogmatic adherence to rigid philosophy. Au Contraire, it makes perfect sense.
Imagine old wild west. A group of 24 cowboys CANNOT conspire together to take away the property of the 25th cowboy (how convenient for 24 conspirators right- also called DEMOCRATIC MOB). To the extent that citizens fundamental rights need to be ensured, establishing strong police and justice system is indeed within the confines of the constitution.
The fourth amendment states the citizens right to be secure in their papers. In modern day, most of my papers are electronic documents. So no matter whatever the DAMN Kangaroo court says, You CANNOT take breach my papers without SPECIFIC court order of SPECIFIC AND DEFINITE "LOCATION" to be searched and SPECIFIC documents to be seized.
Kangaroo court issuing blanket authorization for random documents, random locations of random people is UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
Of course, it is incumbent upon citizens not to devolve in to genuflecting dunces who take everything that the Gubmint says at face value. Unless ofcourse, we like this country to devolve in to a Banana Republic where laws don't matter.