Robert Greenwald and Vanessa Baden are two of the most respected documentarians in the the U.S., so they know whereof they speak about filming law enforcement in action. From my perspective of course a citizen can video his police in action. When I read about this issue I am taken back 20 years to the old Soviet Union, when filming the police could get you into real trouble. Bullies and jackboots it goes without saying do not like to be filmed. They know what they are doing is morally wrong, whatever they say publicly. And they don’t want their actions memorialized. The fact that this is even a debated issue in the U.S. tells you how compromised civil liberties have become. Greenwald and Baden present the case for why assess things as I do.
Mark R. Levin
By Joanna Daneman on August 13, 2013
Phi Beta Iota: 34 States have asked for a Constitutional Convention. Congress — the two-party tyranny — is ignoring that demand and manipulating the data to conceal from the public the fact that a legitmate constitutional demand has been made.
Judge Thomas Brennan with Dan Marks: YouTube (43:46) The Article V Amendatory Constitutional Convention – Keeping the Republic in the 21st Century
With a quiet addition to House rules on January 6, 2015 the House of Representatives began for the first time in history an official process for tabulation of state applications for an Article V Convention. … According to Article V of the Constitution Congress is mandated to call a convention “on the application” of two-thirds of the state legislatures. In today’s terms this means a single application from 34 state legislatures. The public record shows the applications already submitted number nearly 20 times the necessary 34 applications with nearly submitted within the last 114 years. The issue of a convention call has always been not the states failing to submit sufficient applications but Congress, up to now, refusing to count the applications and issue a convention call. Thus the applications have languished among hundreds of thousands of pages of Congressional Record—still constitutionally effective—but ignored. This is no longer the case as the first affirmative step toward calling the nation’s first Article V Convention is underway. Full document.