I’d like to see a version of this in other languages as well. Not everyone at risk may speak English well enough to understand the protection being offered. I believe if you are within 100 miles of the border, such stops and questions are legal. But I’ve read of many searches beyond the 100 miles limit and some of the questions are not reasonable. And again the questions and searches must be reasonable. They just cannot stop a bus or car without reason. And they cannot do a search without reasonable suspicion. But they can if the stop is valid to ask reasonable questions. Yes, they are doing them up to 100 miles from the border (that covers most of Florida to give you an idea of how many people may be affected), BUT that doesn’t make it “legal.” That has yet to be determined – and without reasonable suspicion that you have committed a crime, it violates the Constitution. The only way you’re going to truly know your rights is to study constitutional law. You might know you have the right to privacy, but do you know when it is and is not applicable? Things like that are only elaborated through various case laws and precedents. It’s mind-boggling that the people claiming to be so patriotic are the same people totally fine with violating the rights of Americans. They defend the constitution only when the discussion involves the 2nd amendment. All other parts are completely foreign to them and/or are completely irrelevant to their beliefs. Just to quibble a with the phrase, “rights of Americans”, the rights we are talking about adhering to all persons, American or not. The Constitution does not create or grant rights, it abjures the If mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy if grandma ain’t happy run shirt from violating rights that are presumed to already exist.