Quick: the Fifth Amendment protects which commonly violated civil liberty?
If you answered “the right not to incriminate yourself,” founding father James Madison, who wrote the Bill of Rights, would’ve appreciatively clapped you on the shoulder. But the U.S. Air Force might just tell you that you’re an oaf.
An Air Force test question about constitutional rights has led to accusations that the service is not only confused about religious freedom protections, but also believes civil libertarians are predators.
Thirty-one people have contacted the Military Religious Freedom Foundation about an Air Force security administration test that confuses the First and Fifth Amendments, said Mikey Weinstein, the group’s founder and CEO.