Blog posts : "Law"

Eradicate Violence Against Women NOW

International Day for the Eradication of Violence Against Women is TODAY; wear those white ribbons through the 10th please. Although this is primarily a campaign by and for men, women may also take the pledge. "I pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women or girls.

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Taser Homicide, No Indictment WTF???


If you don't smoke or detest smoking, you may be inclined to by-pass this but you shouldn't because it affects us all.  The PACT Act is the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking Act.  Trafficking?  Seriously?  It sure makes it look like a good thing to stop but that's not what it is about at all.  This …

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National ID Cards Coming Soon

"All Americans would be required to carry health insurance, either through an employer, a government plan or by purchasing it on their own."  And with those plans will come some form of ID card.  Well, we all knew they'd find a way sooner or later and there it is.  I love how the media is playing it…

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Travesty of Justice #3

The authorities have been directed to return 256 of Mr. Kearneys animals to him.  (Wonder who has to pay for the transport!)  JP Cooper ordered 130 animals forfeited and determined the cost of 2 weeks care of these animals to be $12,000.  JP Cooper neatly divided the animals by species forfeiting th…

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Travesty of Justice #2, Hearing at 9 AM

So, on October 1st, Joe was overwhelmed in the JP court with some half dozen Harris County attorneys LINED up at the bench across from him.  He agreed to give up over 1,000 animals, his home (in which he had substantial equity), essentially his business and his life; leaving him without the means to…

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Police Shoot Dog, another one, write the Texas Legislature

"police were forced to shoot to death a pit bull dog that was in the backyard when it reportedly approached the officers in a threatening manner"  No LEO of Cleveland, TX, you were NOT forced to draw your weapon and shoot.  You made a choice.  I am sick to death of seeing words to this effect on a…

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Prosecutors: Kudos and Criticisms

Welcome to Texas where we execute the innocent!  Sadly, that's the truth.  That we convict the innocent is disturbing.  It should be to all.  People think it can't happen to them.  They think that until it DOES happen to them.  THAT is an attrocity all of its own.  Even worse for society is that con…

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Supreme Court Cases

As always, the US Supreme Court has a full docket for their new term.  You may have heard about one of the cases in the media today.  It's being portrayed as an "animal abuse" case.  However, that is not the case at all.  It is a case about whether or not the government has the right to infringe on …

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Constitutional Debate on Dolittler

So we've been having a discussion on the First Amendment v. Animal Abuse and video taping of same today at and hanged if the website hasn't crashed.  All who are interested in the Constitution should check it out when the blog comes back up.

Update: Doesn't look like Dolittler's c…

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Are You a Constitutionalist?

I am a constitutionalist.  I believe the law reigns supreme, that no person is above the law.  Isn’t this what we were taught back in grade school?  The U.S. declared its Independence in 1776.  Our Constitution was approved in 1788.  The U.S. Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Land.  Right?  It’…

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Unauthorized Practice of Law

In doing my research and writing on my chosen topics, I found myself using terminology that I'll probably be using often and decided I needed to address that and  some additional "legal" matters before crossing that threshold of other topics.  Before someone jumps in and accuses me of practicing law…

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