Tag Archives: Fourth Amendment

Demolishing the 4th Amendment

In response to decades of complaints that the Fourth Amendment is a hazardous eyesore that lowers property values, hinders the nation’s competitiveness in the global market and endangers little children, a coalition of NY courts and law enforcement groups announced … Continue reading

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Judge Wool’s 2011 roundup

The Honorable Judge Wool of the former Court of Utterances and Nuisances is a frequent contributor to these pages, although in his opinion, unfairly marginalized (See “Judge Wool Says” at right). The Sycophant Bar Association, mistaking him for Judge Wood of … Continue reading

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If you see something, say something: picket the NYPD.

Squawk against police brutality at 5:30 p.m. September 30th at One Police Plaza. For the last 10 days on our way home from work, we’ve been passing by so-called Zuccotti Park (a big granite slab with some plantings) where the … Continue reading

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