“The dismissal has nothing to do with the issue of trademark forfeiture at all.”
An amazingly positive thing happened this week when the government’s RICO case and attached trademark seizure were dismissed in Federal District Court by Judge David O. Carter. Continue reading
Bikers and guns. Really, they go together like peanut butter and jelly.
Most bikers and motorcycle club members are rugged individualists that believe in the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms and the concept of self-defense. Not crazy revolutionaries. But die hard Americans, many of them veterans, that believe in the core principles of the Bill of Rights. Continue reading
The first examining trial related to the Waco shooting concluded with the judge finding sufficient probable cause for the arrest and charge of a married couple present at the Twin Peaks on May 17, 2015. There was no evidence presented of either individual committing an actual crime. Continue reading
There is a war of words being fought in the media to correctly frame the discussion about Waco (and motorcycle clubs generally) in the face of initially inaccurate claims followed by secrecy and silence. Continue reading
Despite zero substantiating fact, the Irresponsible Rebel crossed the lines of ethics and decency… Continue reading
The leaked video from the Don Carlos parking lot capturing a small piece of the conflict in Waco may not show us exactly what transpired on May 17th, but it very well may reveal the key witness and what triggered the shooting. The man in the blue shirt must be identified. Continue reading
Paramilitary policing is a reality in California.
The largest state police organization in the country openly describes themselves as a paramilitary organization. Continue reading
“The means of defense against foreign danger, have been always the instruments of tyranny at home.”
James Madison’s famous words are again unfolding in 21st Century America. Continue reading
The probability of a large scale biker massacre increases every time law enforcement polices the motorcycle community as if law enforcement is at war with motorcycle clubs. The increasingly militarized policing of the motorcycle club community is completely destroying the relationship between law enforcement and the citizens of the society that they are sworn to protect and serve. Continue reading