Gun-toting free traveler argues biggest TN liberty case in 80 years

print A Republican governor and his attorneys have marshaled technical arguments against an appeal by a defendant whom a jury criminally convicted for exercising his “God-given, constitutionally guaranteed rights” to travel by car and to self-defense. Arthur J. Hirsch, 65, known as “the Fiddle Man of Lawrenceburg,” will make oral arguments Tuesday in Nashville seeking to overturn Tennessee’s commercial government’s abusive extension of a 1937 driver license act to all users of Tennessee roads, even against those not involved in commerce as common carriers. By David Tulis / Noogaradio 1240 AM 92.7 FM The hearing in the “case of first … Continue reading Gun-toting free traveler argues biggest TN liberty case in 80 years