Go to hell, judges tell Hispanics, others seeking to use TN roads freely

print An impoverished independent businessman vows to appeal to the Tennessee supreme court a mid-level appellate opinion in a criminal case hostile to liberties Tennesseans enjoyed prior to World War II that he is trying to have restored. The eight-page opinion against Arthur J. Hirsch, 65, says that Tennessee’s anti-Negro-based gun law is clear, capable of “ready understanding by a person of ordinary intelligence” despite claims that key terms are undefined and unconstitutionally vague. By David Tulis / Noogaradio 92.7 On a second liberty-related issue, the court rejects out of hand Mr. Hirsch’s defense of God-given, unalienable, inherent rights guaranteed … Continue reading Go to hell, judges tell Hispanics, others seeking to use TN roads freely