Driver license costs half a penny a day; so why not just pay?

A Tennessee driver license costs F$19.50 to renew and it remains “valid” for eight years. That’s 2,920 days for a Class D license, or 0.6678 cents a day. Slightly more than half a penny per 24 hour period. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio State government and police charge people criminally, arrest them and hold […]

Using pleasure, whimsey to defend right to travel

The ideas of liberty of movement are worth exploring because they are positive benefit to Chattanooga and Hamilton County and and encouragement of capitalism and entrepreneurship. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio As we have seen in transportation administrative notice, the freedom of movement has a keyword. That is pleasure. The roads exist for the […]

With police powers notice, we need not bow down to Haman

When Haman saw Mordecai in the king’s gate, and that he did not stand or tremble before him, he was filled with indignation against Mordecai. — Esther 5:9 For the past year, Chattanooga has been under administrative notice regarding the state transportation law and its limits. The evil being done by city police upon thousands […]

Does attorney know legal landscape in city has shifted?

Attorney Robin Flores is a lawyer who regularly engages in lawsuits against cities and counties for abusive police practices. Mr. Flores, also a member of the NAACP, may be unaware that the legal landscape in Chattanooga has shifted in favor of the citizenry and against high-handed and gangland-style cop departments. How so? The earth moved, […]

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 […]

Gentry readies petition for remonstrance, asks for traffic stop reform detail

A remarkable project is about to be birthed in which John Gentry, a certified public accountant who resides in Goodlettsville, Tenn., tells the general assembly about innumerable grievances brought against the people by the dominant private interest in Tennessee, namely members of the bar — attorneys and judges, who operate as a combine to deprive […]

Notice undoes security breach against the people

Transportation administrative notice Tennessee is a righteous cause that undoes a security breach against the people. And that is their right to be free “from unreasonable searches and seizures” and to be “ secure in their persons, houses, papers and possessions,” article 1, section 7 in the state constitution. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio […]

City attorney Noblett listens to claims about right to travel, limits on cop power

In a meeting with the city attorney’s office I bring up the question of whether ChattyWagon is involved in transportation. Transportation is carrying goods or people for profit and gain and for hire. The Chattanooga tourist business gives rides for free so that it might advertise for its sponsors (free speech). The city attorney argues […]