What Constitutes a Constitutional Sheriff?

Recently I had a chance to attend the CSPOA (Constitutional Sheriffs and Police Officers Association) conference in Las Vegas where I got a chance to meet and interview Sheriff Richard Mack and Stewart Rhodes of Oathkeepers!

What is a “Constitutional” sheriff? And why is this so important?

So how would a “Constitutional sheriff” deal with the TSA? How about the dreaded NDAA?

And a curve-ball; how would our forefathers be treated by the current administration in a hypothetical “Back to the Future” scenario?

Welcome to my first two live interviews!

Sheriff Mack:

Stewart Rhodes:

Bonus: my latest radio interview (11-29-12) on NDAA with Dan Johnson and Chris Corbett from P.A.N.D.A.!

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Return of the Jedi: The Eccentric Strikes Back!

Actually, there is no Star Wars theme to this project outside of a coincidental Spielberg connection as well as a similarity to a previous project of mine from last year when I “went Jedi” on Fox News.

This year however, I’ve decided it’s time to finally “go Jedi” on the ‘liberal’ media…

Why?

Sometimes I feel like we are living in a similar situation to the alternate reality as seen in the movie Back to the Future II. What happened? How did we go from the most prosperous country in the world to a corrupt empire on the verge of collapse?

Do you ever think how things could have been different?  Like what if our current corrupt banking system was never created? What if Kennedy was never assassinated? How about Martin Luther King? What if  9/11 never happened?  No war on terror? It’s fun to wonder  how things could have been, or perhaps even should have been.

Regardless of how things should be; even if we had the capability to build a time machine, I don’t know if it’s really possible to go back in time and change it anyway. Besides, the risk of creating a multidimensional paradox and causing a rift in the space time continuum are problems I don’t think most people would want to deal with…

While it’s fun to imagine; I can’t exactly count on Doc Brown and Marty McFly to go back in time and fix this corruption problem for us.

That being said, it looks like we’re going to have to work together to fix this mess and build a better future…

Ready?

Remember, videos are for entertainment purposes only 🙂



Sources:

Introduction:

War:

Economy:

Universal Health Care:

NDAA:

Police State:

Fast and Furious:

Justice Department:

Gun control:

Media:

Obama controversy:

Am I a racist?

  • I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again; I can’t prove that I’m 100% not racist, but I can 100% prove my voting record. Speaking of which, did you know that I also voted for a black presidential candidate in 2008? It’s true, but here’s a curve ball… it wasn’t Obama! And no, it was not a write-in candidate either. Do you know who it was? Because if you don’t know; I would be happy to show you… but I have to warn you: it’s going to prove once and for all just how misinformed you really are by a media that has long sold you out. The other warning is this: it’s going to be painfully obvious that you picked the wrong candidate…
  • Now that you’ve been warned…
  • Bonus: Charles Barkley and MacGruber

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The Police State Recognizance Challenge Part IV:

I covered this issue on my radio show today (starting at the 75 minute mark) by reading and covering the latest article from Brandon Smith:

Tuesday, 10 January 2012 05:01 Brandon Smith:

The absurdity of America today never ceases to amaze.  In fact, it has become so elaborate that one might even suggest it has reached a kind of poetic symmetry.  When a protest group is willing to stick their necks out to expose the horror of the National Defense Authorization Act and its open door strategy for unconstitutional arrest and indefinite detainment of American citizens, I have to stand up and applaud.  This is the kind of protest we need to see all over the country.  Of course, any establishment system which is willing to dissolve the inherent liberties of its citizens certainly isn’t going to stand by quietly while they blatantly point out the injustice.  The Grand Central Terminal action featured in the video below is a perfect example of the swift and immediate stifling of peaceful dissent by an increasingly totalitarian government:

Responses to the event vary.  Most people who have actually been exposed to the facts on the NDAA have expressed utter disgust and fury.  Rightly so.  Some, however, have taken the old elitist mantra, perpetuated effectively by the Neo-Cons in their heyday, that if you are not for the system, then you are a danger to society.  Not surprisingly, there are still plenty of useful idiots out there buzzing about like parasites in search of blood.

For those who would applaud these arrests, and suggest that they are well deserved, I would have to ask very pointedly; why?

Is it right to crush free speech as long as the message is offensive to you personally?  Do peaceful protestors really present a legitimate threat to our national stability?  Are they truly more dangerous than a corrupt government hellbent on assassinating the legal protections of our natural rights which have existed for centuries?  Would any supporter of the jackboot methodology like to explain to me in a coherent manner why they believe their skewed world view should be shielded from sincere questions?  Please, I can’t wait to witness the kind of ridiculous mental gymnastics required to make such arguments palatable.  If this kind of ignorance wasn’t so destructive, it might actually be entertaining.

The bottom line is, it doesn’t matter if these activists were in Grand Central Terminal, on the streets, or busting through the doors of the Oval Office.  While New York authorities will attempt to argue property loopholes in free speech protections for Grand Central, or national security because of the vulnerability of the terminal, really, this has nothing to do with either.  This is about the removal of American voices from a room, and nothing more.   If the message is going to be suppressed by the mainstream media, and shrugged off by representatives, then protesters must go to where the people are, and make the truth heard by whatever means necessary.

Ultimately, activism is about disturbing people’s normal mundane routines and shocking them out of their pop-culture stupor, even if for a moment.  If we aren’t allowed to do that without constant police intervention, then the First Amendment is not being served, and then, my friends, we have a problem, a problem which should be forced down the throat of government with even more public action.

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Here is the followup video of the woman who was arrested, Lauren DiGioia:

Further research:

Police State Recognizance Challenge I:

Police State Recognizance Challenge II:

Police State Recognizance Challenge III:

Are things getting as Orwellian as North Korea?

NDAA for Dummies: