Tag Archives: The Bill of Rights

You Have the Right to Remain Innocent

You Have the Right to Remain Innocent© 2016 James Duane152 pages “One of the Fifth amendment’s basic functions is to protect innocent men who otherwise might be ensared by ambigous circumstances.” (Ohio v. Reiner) “People are inherently honest, and that’s … Continue reading

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Rise of the Warrior Cop

Rise of the Warrior Cop: the Militarization of America’s Police Forces © 2013 Radney Balko 400 pages A man’s home is his castle…but now the cops have bettering rams.. Among the sins of George the III, according to the Declaration … Continue reading

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Nullification

Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century© 2011 Thomas E. Woods, Jr309 pages In a game of word association, chances are that ‘nullification’ would not meet with flattering replies. Nullification is a word associated with the Civil … Continue reading

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The Liberty Amendments

The Liberty Amendments:  Restoring the American Republic© 2013 Mark Levin257 pages The United States Constitution was written by men who appreciated their lack of omniscience, and who therefore included in Article V means for amending their handiwork, for fixing through … Continue reading

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