Dec. 15 is Bill of Rights Day. This year is the 219th anniversary of the adoption of the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution—the Bill of Rights.
After 35 years of practicing law in the trenches of state and federal courts, I have narrowed my advice for all my clients down to one, simple, direct sentence: "Shut Up."
Celebrate Bill of Rights Day - You are invited to a Celebration of the Bill of Rights, "All of the Bill of Rights for all of the people." Wednesday, December 15th, 5:00pm - 9:00pm at the historic Wrigley Mansion, Phoenix, AZ Join us this da
Let me explain clearly why activating -- rather than abolishing -- the Espionage Act is an act of profound aggression against the American people.
Sarah Palin: The former vice-presidential candidate and current Tea Party powerhouse said that Assange “is an anti-American operative with blood on his hands”
You are invited to a Celebration of The Bill of Rights-"All of the Bill of Rights for all of the people." Wednesday, December 15th, 5:00pm - 9:00pm at the historic Wrigley Mansion, Phoenix, AZ Join us this day for the 219th anniversary of the
Civil Rights attorney Ron Kuby discusses with Judge Napolitano the arrest of Julian Assange, and the terrible future that is in store for Assange.
On Wikileaks and the Library of Congress: A Statement by the Progressive Librarians Guild The Progressive Librarians Guild (PLG) condemns in the strongest possible terms the blocking of Wikileaks by the Library of Congress and rejects on all gro
As if it wasn't enough that America's ruling oligarchs were sufficiently happy with abdicating their governing duties to the Federal Reserve, they have now decided to imitate China in every possible way.
The Bill of Rights does not exist when the press covers a protest at the home of the School of the Assassins (Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, formerly the School of the Americas) in Georgia.
The Senate Judiciary Committee, voting 19-0, approved legislation that would let the Justice Department seek U.S. court orders against piracy websites anywhere in the world, and shut them down through the sites’ domain registration.
This is very bad news for alternative voices and news aggregators. Although it may be futile, we encourage everyone to call the Senate switchboard and voice their strong objection to this legislation, or we and many other "truth" sites may be...
The city of Roselle, NJ passed a law criminalizing the act of sleeping in public. Police Chief Paul Morrison insists that he is only going to use it against homeless people but that may be a statement that city lawyers will come to regret in court.
Federal courts have long agreed that federal agents guarding the borders do not need a warrant or probable cause to search a traveler’s belongings. That exception to the Fourth Amendment needs tightening to reflect the realities of the digital age.
You are invited to a Celebration of The Bill of Rights: "All of the Bill of Rights for all of the people." Wednesday, December 15th, 5:00pm - 9:00pm at the historic Wrigley Mansion, Phoenix, AZ.
In this interview Janet has some very blunt words for Bank of America and Jamie Dimond of JP Morgan Chase.
Got that? Damn the rule of law. Damn the sanctity of a contract. Congress is getting ready to tell the courts, "Just accept any toilet paper MERS throws at you, and then throw the bums out of their house.
The mortgage debacle in the United States has raised deep questions about "the rule of law", the universally accepted hallmark of an advanced, civilized society. The rule of law is supposed to protect the weak against the strong, and ensure that...
The Pentagon's new Cyber Command is seeking authority to carry out computer network attacks around the globe to protect U.S. interests, drawing objections from administration lawyers uncertain about the legality of offensive operations.
Department of Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano announced that the National Security Agency and the US Cyber Command will be used in civilian cybersecurity matters, insisting it was perfectly appropriate to give the military this role.
Earlier this month, the United States Coast Guard upheld its self-declared status as a 'special' branch of the military with the ability to prosecute civilians in military tribunals.
FDR's proposed economic bill of rights
Once the population gets into its head that the very legal code that says you can't steal someone's house by lying about debts in court only applies to them, and not to banks, we're not far from the general population deciding that the rest of the...
Two of the guards who helped "arrest" the blogger-journalist, Alaska Dispatch editor Tony Hopfinger -- who was later released after questioning by police -- were actually active duty soldiers in the US Army.
"I've got to tell you I find it a disgusting act to try to create this type of precedent and I promise you this precedent will bare a horrible fruit and this will be repeated because what president Obama and his administration are going to do...
Court Appointed Assistance of Counsel in Marion County Circuit Court Case Nunber 10C41160, Suzanne Taylor Dear Assistance of Counsel: At the outset, please understand that anyone consistently assaulted in his fundamental right to be freeRead Letter
Start with Title 40 of the Georgia laws. It does not take a microscopic examination to realize that the Georgia Legislature has NEVER moved against the public's right to use the highway. I spent ten or fifteen minutes looking and one oRead Letter
Dear Sheriff Myers: I have been attempting to to bring racketeering activity to the attention of law enforcement for some time now and have finally been invited to court. Unfortunately, the concerns I would have brought to the attention oRead Letter
US marshal Enrique Trevino, with the compliance of US attorney Seth Weber and federal judge Henry Perkin, frames a peaceful photographer. This video shows the brutality of US marshals in Allentown, the ability of state agents to frame peaceful people
A Christian libertarian will say that “you must be willing to give liberty to your neighbor if you wish to have liberty for yourself”. The right to religious freedom itself is exactly the type of right and liberty that is being alluded to in this staRead Letter