I Love Liberty

I’ve had some run-ins with the TSA and law enforcement as I’ve traveled the country on business and pleasure. My wife gets so nervous when we get pulled over or approach a checkpoint because she knows that I know my rights. I refuse to cooperate at DUI checkpoints because I know my 4th Amendment rights. Have I done anything wrong? No, I don’t even drink. But that doesn’t mean I’m going to surrender my rights just to prove my innocence. I don’t have to do that.

This video is a perfect example of law enforcement gone wrong:

As a Ron Paul supporter (on almost everything EXCEPT his foreign policy), I feel this guy’s pain. Our law enforcement does a bang up job in trying to keep us safe. The problem is that law enforcement is no longer “law enforcement”. It’s code enforcement. And code enforcement is really revenue raising. Our law enforcement and court system has become a legalized form of mandatory fund raising. Most laws do not violate anyone’s rights, but seek to simply take money from YOUR pockets and put it into the pockets of the local, state or federal government.

I haven’t paid for a speeding or red light ticket in years! My father taught me long ago how to understand the law and apply it to the court system in these and other cases. I’ve had tickets - too many of them - but every single one has been thrown out or dismissed. One of them I had to fight all the way to the California Supreme Court because their entire legal system is corrupt.

I’m a Soldier. I’m beholden to a document, not any man or government. I work FOR the government, but I’m not beholden to it. I’ve got a post I’m working on that will probably scare a few of you, but I’m taking my time on it because I want it to be right. But, it has to do with this very thing of an out of control system.

One Response to “I Love Liberty”

  1. Unbelievable. I’m really surprised by that, though I know I probably shouldn’t be. I look forward to hearing more from you CJ, and could you add how you are able to get out of traffic tickets? I am curious.

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