[[ In another step toward state nullification, Utah is now threatening to shut down any federal attempts at surveilance of anyone unless that surveilance is preceded by a search warrant "that particularly desribes the person, place and thing to be searched or seized." ]]
A little late for this now, people of Utah.
After all, you've got the world's largest surveillance machine being built in your state right now.
If Utah'ans REALLY wanted to strike a blow against unconstitutional surveillance, you'd do whatever it takes to deny the Utah Data Center the power and public utilities it requires to operate.
You've already got the big bad horse IN your barn. What's the use of closing the door now?