I can honestly see both sides of this issue. There are legitimate security risks out there and I realize these lists were originally created as a means to help keep people safe. That said, we are constitutionally guaranteed the right to due process and the current system is a violation of due process. Ultimately, the rights of individuals and the legal authority of the constitution must be protected. A government intent on serving the people must be one willing to work within the laws established to protect the people. Life is scary and full of potential harm and I recognize terrorism is a real threat in today's world. However, in the final analysis I see the potential loss of individual rights and civil liberties as a much greater probability for how our nation will eventually crumble. Never has this been more true than it is today when we have a presidential pretender in the Oval Office who clearly holds totalitarian leanings in his mind and heart (?) where his understanding and respect for our democracy should be. He has already encouraged violence against protesters at his rallies and suggested police use abusive tactics when dealing with those they arrest. He has suggested Muslims be required to carry special religious identification cards. Just today he failed to call out or take a side against the white supremacist in Charlottesville, indicating everyone's hate and wrong doing was equivalent. It takes little imagination to see 45 trying to use something like the no fly list as a political tool against those who disagree with him or that he has decided to punish. This is precisely why a bill such as this which reenforces the Constitution and the right of individuals to due process is needed.