Some Phone Pics.... commentary... another time :)
Saturday December 15th 2012 at Wesley Bolin Plaza at the Arizona State Capital
Workers prepared to install a limestone slab that is part of a monument to the Bill of Rights at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix. It will be dedicated Saturday.
Susan Marie Weber (newly elected to the City Council in CA) on her race and victory - Chris Bliss (MyBillOfRights.Org) on the dedication of the Bill of Rights Monument at the AZ Capitol this Saturday - James Bovard (writer/author) on his new book, Pu
An antagonistic and belligerent college student may not have known the definition of belligerent, but he did know his Constitutional rights when it came to not allowing cops into his dorm room without a warrant. The cops ended up coming in anyway,
A motorist had gone to the courthouse to gather information to use to defend himself found out he was supposed to pay a total of $670 in travel expenses for an employee of Redflex Traffic Systems if he wanted to confront the witnesses against him.
“And then he searched me with my clothes on,” the boy said. “Then he told me to remove my belt. As I undid my belt he pulled my pants and underwear down to my knees.” After that, “He started grabbing and searching my privates,” the boy said.
Saturday December 15th 2012 10:00 - 10:30 a.m. at Wesley Bolin Plaza at the Arizona State Capital
Time lapse of the Amendment monoliths for America's 1st Bill of Rights Monument being craned on to their pedastels in advance of the monument's Bill of Rights Day (December 15) dedication at the Arizona Capitol.
The three Miami-Dade police detectives who pulled up behind Alexis Suarez after he had parked in front of his home last week, blocking his car in, were not wearing uniforms nor did they appear to be wearing badges around their necks, according to sou
A federal judge ruled this week that a sheriff’s deputy had every right to walk into a person’s home and seize a camera from a citizen, even though the deputy had no warrant nor was the camera used in a commission of a crime.
Our slavery is ingenious because it’s so very subtle. Most people not only don’t see (much less feel) their shackles – they get angry when someone calls attention to them. Most people, in other words, still imagine themselves to be free.
'The tragedy of our day is the climate of fear in which we live and fear breeds repression. Too often sinister threats to the Bill of Rights, to freedom of the mind, are concealed under the cloak of anti-Communism.' Today, it's the cloak of anti-Terr
The U.S. Supreme Court issued an order Monday that essentially allows people in Illinois to record police officers, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Judges and lawmakers across the country are wrangling over whether and when law enforcement authorities can peer into suspects’ cellphones, and the cornucopia of evidence they provide.
This is an excerpt from a seminar that was presented by the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association.
Second Amendment in the crosshairs
A call to place States Rights as a Constitutional Right through a Constitutional Convention - or perhaps you just want to continue fighting for the rest of our lives.
This Thanksgiving, Infowars.com is giving thanks for the First Amendment
A federal jury found in favor of Santa Cruz city officials who ejected a longtime critic from a public meeting for making a mock Nazi salute and had him arrested when he refused to leave. Former Councilman said "we acted with integrity"
**Save the date** Stay tuned for more information, or go to GunLaws.Com for updates including venue, time, speakers, etc...
A federal judge has ruled that police officers in Wisconsin did not violate the Fourth Amendment when they secretly installed cameras on private property without judicial approval. The officers installed the cameras in an open field where they suspec
12-Year-Old Exercises Second Amendment: “When I Saw the Door Handle Turn, I Shot Him”
Americans are re-asserting their 4th Amendment rights
A man who wore a T-shirt with offensive comments about the murders of Pc Fiona Bone and Pc Nicola Hughes on it just hours after they died has been sentenced to eight months in prison.
New York City police stops of hundreds of thousands of people each year are in the spotlight as city lawmakers consider setting new rules for the stop-and-frisk practice and even appointing an inspector general to monitor the police department.
A Pennsylvania lawmaker’s refusal to lead the Pledge of Allegiance sparked an onslaught of controversy.
The Obama Administration will argue today that warrantless tracking of the location of Americans' mobile devices is perfectly legal, Declan McCullagh of CNET reports.
Today an appeals court ruled the U.S. can enforce the National Defense Authorization Act's indefinite detention clause while the court decides whether to kill or allow the provisions, Josh Gerstein of Politico reports.
The California man behind a crudely produced anti-Islamic video posted to YouTube that has inflamed parts of the Middle East was arrested for violating terms of his probation, authorities said Thursday. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, 55, was convicted