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    Join us for a live (online) event: Constitutional Rights in the Age of Government Overreach

    Join us for a live (online) event: Constitutional Rights in the Age of Government Overreach

    New date and time: SUNDAY, April 26, 8:30 p.m. Eastern

    NOTE: Event originally planned for Thursday night April 23, but has been moved to Sunday Night, April 26. at 8:30 p.m. Eastern

    We will have a new post with the live feed on the website here, you also can save this link to the Facebook event page that will have the live feed as well.

    We’d hoped to have have our next and third speaking tour and a handful of Reader Receptions in Florida this past March. But, like the rest of the world, our plans were foiled by a Chinese lab experiment gone wrong (or right).

    In person events are out of the question for the foreseeable future, depending on the fascist level of state governance, so in the mean time, we’ll be joining the droves of online conference goers and will host our first ever online webinar Sunday, April 26th at 8:30 PM ET.

    It’s a brave new world and a new experience for us, but we’re excited to keep the ball rolling, even if the modern world is shut down.

    Petty tyrants are flexing their tiny muscles to put the squeeze on individual liberty in the midst of a global crisis (because that’s what cowards do) and all in the name of safety. But what about our rights? How do they square with safety issues in the midst of a global pandemic?

    I’ll be hosting Professor Jacobson’s discussion of Constitutional Rights in the Age of Government Overreach.

    More information is forthcoming TOMORROW, so be sure you have subscribed to Morning Insurrection for all the details on our upcoming live event.

    Professor Jacobson will be taking some (not all, because time is finite) questions from our wonderful readers. If you have questions pertaining to government overreach during the COVID-19 pandemic, leave them in the comment section beneath (ON THIS POST). If you’ve left comments on the previous post, don’t worry, we’ve gotcha covered there, too.

    We’ll do our best to get to as many questions as possible. It’s not quite the same as being able to meet you in person and bump elbows, but we’re excited nonetheless.

    Thanks for being part of the Legal Insurrection family. We look forward to taking your questions!


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    How can we get Ethics Committee or Dept of Justice to investigate and hold accountable our allegedly corrupt state governor and his officers? California.

    A Punk Named Yunk | April 24, 2020 at 5:34 pm

    1. I didn’t see any information on how to actually tune in to the speech. I hope this is provided in an obvious link on the day of the speech.

    2. I would express the ideal hope of police refusing, en masse, to continue enforcing tyrannical orders. Like those three sheriffs in Michigan. Police need to be reminded of the constitution and to be protected from prosecution when they [grow the gonads to] stand up for the constitution against the petty tyrants in office; those whose catch-phrase seems to be “Your rights are suspended.”

    redc1c4 | April 24, 2020 at 6:02 pm

    is LI going to mention that #Failifornia’s illegal ammo background check & ban on on line orders has been blocked by a judge?

    if you live here, get your orders in while you can: the state has already stated they will appeal, so the door will only be open a little while, just as with average size magazines.

    You are about as likely to get this bug as the flu.

      cktheman in reply to lynner. | April 25, 2020 at 5:52 pm

      EVERYONE needs to watch this. It’s long (and has a second part where the interview completes)

      It appears it was broadcast on an ABC affiliate, which is shocking. Validates a lot of what people already know. The only point I have a minor quibble with is the necessity of testing at this point. But, just incredible overall. They also state a couple of times that the lockdown requirements make no sense – I can go to Costco or stand in line with 25 other people waiting for a pizza, but not the Mom and Pop store across the street, etc, and that “something else is going on” which they don’t elaborate on, but we all know…

    With the government facing severe revenue shortfalls, how can we keep a lid on them from applying significant increases for things like building permits, car tags, license fees or traffic tickets.

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