I recently visited the new Ralph Carr Colorado Judicial Center—the huge and incredibly expensive building complex that now houses the Colorado Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. But even after spending $258 million, they couldn’t get one sign right. An exhibit there has the worthy purpose of educating the public about the rule of law.…Details
Missouri House Bill 436, the 2nd Amendment Preservation Act, has passed both the State house and senate – and is on it’s way to the Governor’s desk. If signed into law, his bill would nullify virtually every federal gun control measure on the books – past, present and future.
Your help is needed right now to ensure that HB436 becomes law – and federal gun control is subsequently nullified.
1. Contact Governor Nixon. While he’s not expected to be a friend of the effort, still call him and respectfully urge him to sign HB436.
2. Contact your State Senator and State Representative There is a veto-proof majority in both houses, but to ensure that holds, call your senators and representatives to voice your support for HB436 today!
3. Share this information widely. Please pass this along to your friends and family. Also share it with any and all grassroots groups you’re in contact with around the state. Please encourage them to email this information to their members and supporters.Details
Last month, the Oregon house voted to pass HB2710, a bill to nullify warrantless drone spying. This bill is scheduled for a Work Session in the Senate Judiciary Committee with a possible vote out of committee on May 29th
HB2710 “provides that law enforcement agency may use drone to intercept communications only as provided under laws relating to wiretaps and other interceptions of communications.”
In other words? No warrant = no drone.
Action Items for HB2710.
1. Contact the Committee Chairman. Thank him for scheduling the hearing, and encourage him to vote YES on HB2710.
Floyd Prozanski 503-986-1704 firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Contact the other members of the Judiciary Committee. Strongly, but respectfully, urge each of them to vote YES on HB2710.Details
Remember the guy in Portland Oregon who went naked at the TSA checkpoint to protest the federal frisking policy?
I see he has been fined $1,000. And get this: the TSA said they fined him for breaking their rules. THEIR rules? Apparently they have a series of rules that We the People must follow: “no person may interfere with, assault, threaten, or intimidate screening personnel in the performance of their screening duties.” (What was a naked man threatening them with, one must wonder. But I digress.)
And now for some humor. The TSA representative said “All of TSA’s policies and procedures comport with the law and the Constitution.”
I have my Constitution out. I don’t see any delegated power indicating the feds may fondle people for simply wanting to travel. Ah, here it is, in the Fourth Amendment. “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, paper, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrant shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”Details