Although I do agree that a method is required to prevent people with known or suspected links to terrorism, this one is neither right nor legal. It is unconstitutional to deny citizens due process of law. Further, this bill gives a political appointee the authority to violate the rights of citizens, and withhold the information on which that decision was based simply by claiming a national security interest. EDUCATE YOURSELVES - READ THE FULL TEXT. I would be inclined to support this if a grand jury were reviewing any evidence and determining its merits, but cannot support it as currently written. We citizens must find ways to protect ourselves while still preserving our rights, and it absolutely can be done by avoiding knee-jerk reactions like this piece of legislation.