Fortunately, your original question is purely philosophical, because we have both peace and freedom here in the US. Now you will see a few people who believe that we have lost our freedom, and to prove it, they will yammer on and fill up the internet with evidence of the freedoms we have lost (there bye exercising their freedom of speech in a manner the founding fathers never foresaw). And then they will go to their church on Sunday with almost no danger of anyone interfering, or they will stay home and maybe get on the internet and rant about the evils of religion (there bye exercising both freedom of religion and speech). Or maybe they will complain about how freedom of the press has disappeared, so they will start their own website reporting news (there bye exercising their own freedom of the press). Or if one is really concerned about the disappearance of freedom, they might stand in front of the city hall and peacefully protest without any interference from the government (there bye exercising their right to peacefully assemble).
The truth of the matter is that we have more freedom than at any time in the history of the United States.
But in answer to the original question, if life liberty and property were truly threatened (not in the way conspiracy theorist believe but in a reality where the US was becoming like Nazi Germany or Saudi Arabia irt the restriction of personal freedom), then that would definitely be worth fighting against and risking one's life.
As far as what I would do, I would first get Edwards and Fua back on the team. Then I create a situation where the Panthers were down by 6 with 15 seconds left in the Superbowl, and the Patriots have the ball. Brady takes the snap, but before he can kneel down, Fua burst through the middle, and strips the ball from Brady, giving the Panthers one last shot at a hail mary. Cam heaves the ball 60 yards, it bounces off the hands of Ginn, Smith, and Donald. Edwards makes a gigantic leap to grab the ball in midair, and somehow manages to come down with both feet in the endzone, producing perhaps the greatest play in Superbowl history.
I would do this just to see the reaction on the Huddle.
It would be extremely unusual for another router's signal to be interfering with your own signal. Its more likely that you have a problem with your modem, or router, or the router's power supply/cord, or that you are losing your signal from your provider temporarily. I had DSL from ATT with a 2wire gateway, and a bad power supply caused my connection to drop at least twice a day. Once I replaced it, the problems stopped.
My suggestion would be to call the provider. I know that time warner can monitor the connection from the outside, get some information when it drops. They should be able to at least tell you if the drop is inside or outside.
Also, does your router have logs, and if so, can you see any error codes in them? If you find an error code, google it and it might give you a clue as to what is happening.
And Mr Belding's suggestion is a good one as well. Make sure you are running the latest software. In fact, that should be the first thing you do.
Lee Harvey Oswald killed him, there is little rational doubt of that.
Unlike most conspiracy theories, there is actually a very slight chance (maybe 1 in a 100) that one of the conspiracy theories surrounding this one might have some validity, but there is no doubt that Oswald killed him.
I'll concede to you knowing more about the rules here, so maybe it's technically correct. But that's a bad call.
The tuck rule was technically correct too. Still a bad call there.
Defensive players shouldn't be allowed to mug receivers like that.
If its in the rules, then its a good call. You might be able to argue that its a bad rule, although I disagree. I don't think interference should be called when it has no impact on the play. And in this case, it didn't unless Gronk has the ability to overcome the laws of physics.
If the call was illegal contact of the 5 yard variety, then the whiners on ESPN might have a point.
If the call was Pass interference, then here is the exact wording of the rule.
Contact that would normally be considered pass interference, but the ball is clearly uncatchable by involved players.
Gronkowski is a great player, but no way he could have come back to that ball and caught it with the defender intercepting it 3 yards in front of where he was at the time. The whiners on ESPN obviously don't understand the laws of physics.