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Jan 22nd 2010 1:54AM Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;
Feb 19th 2009 9:58PM In sep 2000, in colleyville, tx, a barista who sold meth-amphetamine at that store was high and was never fired in spite of our complaints, and accused me in his state of taking a cup off the cup tower while I was in line paying for coffee. I wrote schultz an e-mail to complain, and he referred the letter to an atlanta, ga detective who then convinced the police to try to file "terroristic threats" charges against me, and it wasn't until I threatened 1st, 4th, and 14th amendment suits to all parties involved that they left me alone. long story short, I was exonerated, and the ENTIRE staff of that starbucks on glade rd, colleyville, tx was fired. this shows you something of schultz's character
Jan 28th 2009 6:40PM we have a 1st amendment right to be angry and complaintive without being criminalized, so that we can communicate our problems clearly. period. this couple has a great 1st and 4th amendment case under a usc 42, 1983 civil action
Jan 17th 2009 2:24PM red camera lights use the "corporate" system so that the government can recuse itself from being responsible toward your due process. yet, it is tax funded and fully organized and protected by the government. the same attitude existed with the blackwater security in Iraq. hitler used this same system in Germany, he called it the "favorited industrialist" system. today, those of us in the know call this "corporate fascism".
This method used in the red light system immediately finds you guilty without due process, and it is also a clear violation of the 6th amendment guarantee to face your accuser personally. the camera's blanket decision against you IS NOT constitutionally protected, or a witness.
You can fight this. and win.
Aug 3rd 2008 3:58AM these fascists have to follow thw spirit of the bill of rights even at the border, and our courts will soon prove that
Jul 20th 2008 11:06PM fa's are rude b+++++s, especially since 911, since they know they can have you federally indicted anytime they feel like (and I have firsthand knowledge that this post 911 fear mongering is about to change big time), f those stretch-mark witches
Jul 13th 2008 9:23PM If outrage doesn't start, civil liberties will go, and the public will be criminalized...vote libertarian
Dec 26th 2007 6:21PM ron paul is right. he's always right, and he's the only 1 who supports individual freedom
Dec 17th 2007 9:09PM this country is becoming a police state because an entire generation of americans believed it was ok to give up their rights...too bad