Nothing makes a libertarian happier than to read about a company that stands up for the Bill of Rights (In this case, the 4th Amendment to the Constitution).
Huntington Beach City Council votes to file lawsuit against California over sanctuary law
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This Sacramento-area school district gets more NRA money than any other in the U.S.
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As some of you might know, I lost my beloved wife suddenly and unexpectedly on October 9th, 2016. That has been the primary reason you’ve not seen much of me here or on my other blogs.
If the truth be known, whatever is going on politically, Constitutionally, economically, musically or comically has taken a drastic drop in my list of important things or the things to pay attention to in my life.
While I’m still dealing with the loss of my life-partner and dearest friend in life, I am beginning to pay attention to happenings around the country. Having just spent what would’ve been Laura’s 56th birthday with my children: it was a turning point. The only way, I have come to accept (reluctantly), to climb out of disastrous loss, is to crawl towards the light.
So you’ll now see more activity here and in my other blogs in the future, However, you’ll find well-articulated truths from the conservative/libertarian bent, more than mere opinions here. I am not the same person that started Facebook’s ‘Pushing Back‘ or any of my blogs here at WordPress. So, I guess we’ll find out who I am in the coming months together, OK?
Thank you all for your kind words and good wishes to my family and myself. Thank you for ‘tuning-in’ to this page and my other blogs. You’ll see a more steady flow of facts and arguments from every one of my “outlets”.
If you watch this video all the way through, I promise that you will witness the bare-naked truth about the culture of the left with a focus on the environment of the typical college campus; in this case, UMass.
Duct Tape Warning: You may want to duct tape your skull to prevent the explosion from messing up your computer monitor & keyboard.
I’m not asking you to be belligerent or rude or be a jackass to law enforcement. Our police keep us safe and are the arms and legs of our justice system. They are to be respected.
That does not give law enforcement Carte Blanche to run slipshod over our natural rights. The Constitution of the United States is a document that illustrates clearly what things our government can and CANNOT touch. Listen, I feel anxiety just watching these brave souls go up against very intimidating law enforcement personnel.
Law enforcement are trained to be intimidating, which is an essential element of preventing interactions with the public to escalate into a bad day for all. So this behavior is second-nature for them. But you must learn what your rights are and you must defend them even from those officers that honestly are trying to intimidate you into giving up your natural rights. Again, they’re not doing that (in most cases) to gain power over you or to soothe their egos. They’re doing it to ensure the situation stays safe.
Why am I bringing this subject up at all? Look around you. The police are being militarized by the Department of Homeland Security. If we don’t exercise our rights when we are being asked to give them up voluntarily (as this video will clearly illustrate), our natural rights will soon be removed by force. But NOT if we stand firm and remind our fine law enforcement personnel of why they put on the uniform in the first place. B$
FINALLY…someone other than me is pointing to the 900 lb gorilla in the room; the 17th amendment to the Constitution. Listen carefully!