I had this problem in the early 90s. A member of the local libertarian party meetings which I attended had their own grow shop. I got into a conversation with him since I was interested in growing food in space - I used to be a space activist, and a friend of mine from that time period went on to become a graduate student studying that topic.
Apparently asking about how to grow food in space is enough to be "suspicious" - in a free country.
Same guy was outed by NORML for turning in lists of customers to the DEA. Which got back to me through libertarian channels.
This police state, monitoring political parties, making lists of people who have committed no crime, has been going on for some time. It's just getting out in the open now.
Being interested in space colonization is not a crime.
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