Biggest enabler of police state: Sessions, city courts

I like to propose solutions to problems rather than just complaining. Here is a problem for Christian people to think about — with the solution being societal and personal, rather than being rooted in repair of a system or government entity. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio The problem is the very idea and practice […]

DA Schmidt so abuses law he may make perfect sessions judge in Wednesday vote

Fraud has the outward visible sign of honesty, but lacks the inward spiritual grace. A legal maxim District attorney David Schmidt, in the running as one of 20 applicants for sessions court judge in Hamilton County, is blotted by at least one violation of  lawyer ethics in a recent case involving a liberty oriented criminal […]

Marceaux rehearses career insisting on rights, defying cops, taunting courts

Cop watch activist Basil Marceaux is 66 years old and in ailing health. He has been arrested 27 times and attributes his courage in defying lawless public servants to his Marine Corps background and to a desire to preserve American liberties. Mr. Marceaux is the bane of Tennessee judges and clerks for his dogged dealings […]

Unity Group hears about police powers notice

Transportation administrative notice is a remedy for the plague of police abuse, I tell members of the unity group Sunday night. I am asked to give a presentation about police abuse and a blockade I have prepared against police along a pathway cops use for easy access to black people and others. By David Tulis […]

Powerful traffic court defense if ‘driving on revoked’: Necessity

If you signed the criminal complaint against you (traffic ticket) and are in the crowd of people awaiting to confront your accuser, the hallowed State of Tennessee, you have a defense that came from the lips of the world’s most innocent, yet most accused, person. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio And that is the […]

Bill backs juror right to vote conscience to stop ‘unjust’ result

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Feb. 5, 2019) – Bills filed in the Tennessee legislature would require state courts to fully inform jurors of their right to use discretion in rendering verdicts. By Mike Maharrey / 10th Amendment Center Sen. Frank Nicely (R-Strawberry Plains) filed Senate Bill (SB369) on Jan. 30. Rep. Martin Daniel (R-Knoxville) filed a companion […]

New stimulus for Hammond chief: Traffic stops limited

The toughest question Gino Bennett asks me is, “Are you saying that a person who is committing a violation is not under the authority of our officer?” Mr. Bennett is the chief lieutenant of Jim Hammond, Hamilton County’s elected sheriff, and is almost always attending to the county’s most powerful man as his director of […]

‘Absurd’ petition would open tide of grievances, pol says

John Stevens is a practicing attorney of Huntingdon, Tenn., 3½ hours from Chattanooga and west of Nashville, and a member of the state senate who objects to anyone criticizing his profession and calling or his high place with two seats in the three branches of state government. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio In a […]

‘I did not commit a crime,’ area missionary tells Haslam

(Jan. 13, 2019) — On Sunday evening, Christian missionary George Raudenbush contacted The Post & Email to say that he very recently learned that an exoneration request he made last year to outgoing Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam might not have been received. By Sharon Rondeau / The Post & Email Evidence forwarded to the Tennessee Board of Parole showing […]