In The Remaining Weeks up to The Election,

Every Monday I Will be Sending Out an E-Mail Broadcast

On The Following Subjects:


Week 1:

24 September 2012

This Campaign:

E-Mail -- How did I get your E-Mail Address?

Qualifications -- My Qualifications.


Week 2:

01 October 2012

Constitutional Law:

A brief discussion of the protections afforded to you by the Arizona Constitution,

and the Constitution of The United States of America.


Week 3:

08 October 2012

Hearing Complaints...

Got a complaint? Tell Me About it At Fire A Cop.com


Week 4:

15 October 2012

Arrests:

A list of individuals for whom public arrest warrants will issue under my administration.


Week 5:

22 October 2012

Florida v. Jardines:

I filed an Amicus Brief... Will the Supreme Court Read it?


Week 6:

29 October 2012

Inventions:

Some inventions that may be relevant to Arizona.


Week 7:

05 November 2012

Wrapup Before Election Time...


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Week 2: 01 October 2012

Constitutional Protections Afforded By The Arizona Constitution...

As Promised Last Week I Will Highlight Certain Sections of The Arizona Constitution, Article 2, The "Declaration of Rights", and The Protections of Liberty It Affords You. As Indicated In The Preamble of The State Constitution, The People of The State of Arizona Consider Their Liberties to be a Grant of Almighty God, and Not a Facture of The State, and As Such Have Chosen To Establish A State to Protect Them...


Article 2, Section 2: Political power; purpose of government

All political power is inherent in the people, and governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are established to protect and maintain individual rights.

Consent of The Governed. I have said it before...
The People of Arizona Established A Sovereign Entity... To Protect and Maintain INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS!


Article 2, Section 1: Fundamental principles; recurrence to

A frequent recurrence to fundamental principles is essential to the security of individual rights and the perpetuity of free government.

In Other Words, Get Back To What's Real, and Stay There.


Article 2, Section 3: Supreme law of the land

The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the land.

Plain And Simple.


Article 2, Section 4: Due process of law

No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.

If A police officer Tells You to Sit Down, or Threatens You With A taser for Not Doing So, They Will be Prosecuted Pursuant To:
Title 18, Chapter 13, U.S. Code
A.R.S. Title 13, Section 1204
A.R.S. Title 13, Section 1304

If a police officer, or Any Person Acting on Request of a Government Officer, Takes Your Vehicle or Prevents Your Free Use of It Without A Warrant or Court Order, They Will Be Prosecuted Pursuant To: Title 18, Chapter 13, U.S. Code
A.R.S. Title 13, Section 1814
In Any Such Case Where Lawful Authority or Any Other Affirmative Defense is Claimed, Those Claims Shall Be Decided By A Jury.


Article 2, Section 5: Right of petition and of assembly

The right of petition, and of the people peaceably to assemble for the common good, shall never be abridged.

There are No Isolated "zones" of Free Speech. While police officers May Have Some Authority as Consented To By The Governed, A Little Nobody police officer Has Nowhere Near The "Authority" To Impugn The Peoples' Free Speech. No Person Has That Authority. Particularly Some Little Nobody Sheriff.


Article 2, Section 8: Right to privacy

No person shall be disturbed in his private affairs, or his home invaded, without authority of law.

Those Who Have Done So Under The Soon-To-Be Previous Adminisration, Will Be Prosecuted For Doing So. No Administration Binds Its Successor. In Any Such Case Where Lawful Authority or Any Other Affirmative Defense is Claimed, Those Claims Shall Be Decided By A Jury.


Article 2, Section 13: Equal privileges and immunities

No law shall be enacted granting to any citizen, class of citizens, or corporation other than municipal, privileges or immunities which, upon the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens or corporations.

Only When A Quorum Of Citizens Have A Particular Employment Arrangement Available To Them, With Regard To Benefits, Pay, and Retirement, Will Such An Arrangement Be Offered, Or Allowed To Public Employees.


Article 2, Section 26: Bearing arms

The right of the individual citizen to bear arms in defense of himself or the state shall not be impaired, but nothing in this section shall be construed as authorizing individuals or corporations to organize, maintain, or employ an armed body of men.

Municipal Corporations In Arizona, (Cities, Counties), Employ Armed Bodies of "Men". They Do Not, However, Have Any Constitutional Right To Do So.



Article 2, Section 33: Reservation of rights

The enumeration in this Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny others retained by the people.

This Is Similar to The Ninth Amendment of The United States Constitution. It Is There to Protect You From Weasels Claiming That The Constitution Is For The Purpose of Diminishing Your Rights.



You can call me live on the on the air Wednesday nights from 7-8 PM during my radio broadcast, "The Al Morningwood Show", on KFNX AM Radio 1100, Your Independent Talk Station. Call 602-277-KFNX, or 1-866-536-1100.


I am paying for this campaign out of pocket. A list of approximately a half-million usable email addresses costs around $500.00, so not surprisingly I am contacting you this way. I would certainly appreciate any donations that you can give, and even if I do not get elected, I will use them to foster the efforts of Fire ACop.com.


Thanks,


Mr. Piero A. Bugoni,

Write-In Candidate for Sheriff,

Maricopa County Arizona.