In 1983 President Reagan agreed to host an agency of Europe's Interpol police force here in the US, but only with the requirement that Interpol operations in America would be subject to U.S. laws such as the Fourth Ammendment protection against search and seizure, and the Freedom Of Informtation Act. Fast forward to December 16th 2009 and President Obama signs Executive Order 12425, removing nearly all of Regan's restrictions on Interpol.
Now Interpol is essentially operating on a higher plane that the U.S. Constitution. It's officers already have diplomatic immunity, and now they will be able to investigate and possibly make arrests of American citizens on U.S. soil without regard to the protections afforded to us by the founding fathers. It also creates a repository for documents within the U.S. Department Of Justice that is inviolate... exempt from scrutiny by Congress and immune to subpoenas from our court system.
Think about that for a minute... Obama just signed away some of the protections Thomas Jefferson and George Washington signed into law for you.
Is this the change you were hoping for?
Hat tip to CmBlake6 for the heads up. More info and links over at his site.