Reflecting on Being at the Battle of Bunkerville.

Published April 18, 2014 - 4 Comments

As a congressional candidate, it’s perhaps more politically expedient to stay away from this. But that would not be representing like I said I would. So I’m going to give honest reflection. After what happened over last week I will never be the same. I was there. I witnessed pure bureaucratic terrorism in action. I […]

Should there be Punishment Without Conviction?

Published March 27, 2014 - 1 Comment

by Gavin Seim: Our society is being taught to accept that one can have life, liberty or property taken by government without having actually committed a crime. That summery rulings of judges or officers, when labeled neatly with the pretense of safety, can override due process. Is it true? No, and here is why we […]

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