If we were a free people, who would pay?

print Reflections on the conviction of Arthur Jay Hirsch for the exercise of constitutional rights in Lawrenceburg, Tenn., Dec. 11, 2015. You may also enjoy these related essays by David Tulis and Roger Roots Free-range motorist seeks to vaporize charges, asks they be heard ‘in agency’ ‘Fiddle man’ vows appeal after jury rejects constitutional protections Hirsch rips judge who led jury to rule against constitutional rights Christian laborer on trial to defend right to travel, have gun in truck cab ‘Fiddle man’ sues trooper, 2 prosecutors for oppression day before trial ‘Fiddle man’s’ defense hobbled as lawyer bails; pray for … Continue reading If we were a free people, who would pay?