Democrats Want Senate Hearings On Domestic Terrorism After Charleston Shooting

There is hardly a day that goes by that we don’t hear about the dangers of foreign terrorists, specifically Islamic extremists. Turn on the TV to a news channel, especially Fox News, and you’ll inevitably find a pundit or politician talking about terrorism. If it is conservative media, you can bet it also is about […]

The Bipartisan Proposal to Reduce Spending That Not Enough of Us are Talking About

Many who read this blog and/or are fans of my page (Politically Preposterous) know that I’m an attorney who practices mainly criminal defense (among other things). I’m also a staunch supporter of 4th Amendment rights, repeal of prohibition-style marijuana laws, and fairness in sentencing for other drug offenses. With that being said, on October 16th, […]

DOJ Makes Hopefully Historic Change for the Better on Marijuana Enforcement

It was a hopefully¬†historic (but perhaps we should remain pragmatic) breakthrough/small victory in the struggle to end marijuana prohibition. August 29, 2013, Attorney General Eric Holder informed the governors of Washington and Colorado that the Department of Justice will allow the states to implement their recently passed ballot initiatives, legalizing the production, distribution, and sale […]