by Bradley Jardis | Jan 8, 2013 |
I just saw something this morning in my Facebook news-feed that made me smile:
The controlling party in the NH House of Representatives may be able to squelch a mandated committee, but when they do, The People will form their own.
That’s probably why Article 32 came immediately after Article 31.
by Bradley Jardis | Jan 5, 2013 |
The former Governor may not have been a libertarian, but by putting his personal reputation and seal of approval on RSA 519:23-a, he gave the libertarian community in New Hampshire a huge win.
519:23-a – Right of Accused
In all criminal proceedings the court shall permit the defense to inform the jury of its right to judge the facts and the application of the law in relation to the facts in controversy.
History has shown that nullification has helped end chattel slavery, alcohol prohibition, and Jim Crow… and jury nullification is now the law-of-the-land in the Granite State.
Thank you for that one, Governor Lynch.
This blogger hopes you find a pleasantly lowered blood-pressure as you leave public office. 😎
by Bradley Jardis | Dec 28, 2012 |
What exactly does Representative Cynthia Chase mean when she says this:
by Bradley Jardis | Dec 25, 2012 |
Did you know that last month Indiana State Police Superintendent Paul Whitesell called for the legalization of marijuana?
Imagine for the coming new year, a world where other law enforcement leaders like Superintendent Whitesell stand up, speak the truth, and make the world safer.
Don’t miss this excellent anti-prohibition article by former NH Senator Burt Cohen.
Happy holidays to you and yours!
by Bradley Jardis | Dec 20, 2012 |
– My Amended Complaint
– My Summons Issued To United States
– My Summons To US Proof Of Service
– United States’ Response To My Complaint
Attorney Knowlton has told me that Assistant US Attorney Emery Hurley is a pretty cool guy, so please remember the things he writes are done on behalf of his client. The man could be a staunch civil libertarian for all we know, but his client happens to be the US of A at the moment.
CBP is hands-down the most powerful of any law enforcement agency in our country because they’re located at the border. No one can film what they do, they “lose” exculpatory video evidence when it suits them, and with officers doing things like this, they deserve some serious enhanced public scrutiny.
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Slate.com: Where did the 5th Amendment Come From?