Open Carry Rulings – St. John v. Alamogordo

I am sick and tired of seeing cops unlawfully commit un-Constitutional stops of individuals carrying a firearm in the “open carry” manner. On September 8, 2009, U.S. District Judge Bruce D. Black — a federal judge — held that the mere act of carrying a firearm in a lawful manner constitutes neither RAS (reasonable articulable […]

U.S. Supreme Court FAILURE: Graham v. Connor (1989)

Sunny Hostin of CNN recently attempted to explain “When Cops Can Use Deadly Force.”  She failed.  Miserably. Her explanation falls afoul of the Constitution, in part because the Supreme Court’s decision in Graham v. Connor violated the Constitution.  She could not have picked a WORSE case to use in support of “acceptable” police brutality. In […]

UN: Control Ebola or Face an “Unprecedented Situation”

As reported by Fox News on October 15, 2014, the United Nations has issued an ultimatum to the United States of America: Control Ebola or face an unprecedented situation. What the UN means by “unprecedented situation” can be found on the UN website (http://un-influenza.org/?q=content/un-response), in their response plan for the Avian Flu, under Objective 6: […]

DUI Checkpoints and Safety Stops DO Violate Your Constitutional Rights

Do these checkpoints and stops violate your Constitutional rights?  Some say yes, some say no, and legislators, governors, judges, and lawyers abound on both sides of the argument. I have mixed opinions on this, but technically, these “safety stops” do violate the Fourth Amendment’s right against unreasonable search and seizure, as the blanket warrants under […]