Wednesday, October 31, 2012

A maure woman's take on the First Amendment

We tripped across a January 2010 blog post from then Jeff Dunham's soon to be ex wife. (It appears Mr. Dunham divorced his wife. From her blog post, it may be that she committed adultery. (Reference to her "mistakes.") Although it appears Mr. Dunham wasn't so pure either.)

According to her post, there were some things said on the Internet that some judges in Arizona might consider "harassment." (Or as cheating judge Mary Hamm said, "Dangerous." For exercising the First Amendment.)

So it's refreshing to read a mature woman's words about being "attacked" publicly on the Internet. Quoting excerpts from her post [with out bloggers comments in brackets]:
The blog was a discussion on my pending divorce. While I admit it is strange to see your life being discussed that way, I accepted that parts of my life could become public when I married someone in this industry. [As when you divorce your husband and your court records are public.] Although uncomfortable, for the most part what was said in the blog was true. [Same with with blog.] I'm not proud of my mistakes, but I own them and really only Jeff and I know the complete truth. Also, I truly love this country and the generations of men and women who have fought and died to create and sustain it. (I PROUDLY brag that I have a family member who has fought in EVERY major war to form and protect America and the freedoms we have). Since one of the very principles this country was founded on is Freedom of Speech, I must accept that people are free do discuss my mistakes.
You go, girl! If only more so-called Americans had the same mindset as you!  Not everyone does.

She continues:
However, while men and women fight and die everyday to protect our freedom, it really isn't always ours. My soon to be ex-husband didn't like what was being said, so he used his connections to have the blog removed. It seems he is only comfortable with freedom of speech and expression as long as HE is making others talk.
Boy, can our blogger testify to this last part. He says that Melody Thomas-Morgan used her connections (Dan Murray, a Prescott police "officer" (no longer POST certified), Mr. Thomas Lloyd, a Prescott City Prosecutor, and Judge Kenton Jones to abuse our blogger by getting an unconstitutional injunction against harassment against him.. She is only comfortable with freedom of speech as long as SHE is the one talking.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Money Quote on Michael's Law!

If you're a victim of an unconstitutional revocation of your Second Amendment via a civil injunction, use this quote from the Arizona Court of Appeals in your appeal. Better yet, quote this in a Notice to your judge before you challenge the injunction against you. By putting the judge on notice now that he can't take away your gun rights, you might save yourself a lot of aggravation in the future.

On October 18, 2012, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled on a Second Amendment gun grab against a Federal Border Patrol Agent. (Thankfully, they gave the Agent his gun right back. He was going to lose his job otherwise. No gun = no job.) There is a great statement in the Opinion which pertains to "Michael's Law" and should settle the issue once and for all that a judicial officer in Arizona cannot legally revoke your Second Amendment right in a civil injunction.
The case is Mahar v. Acuna.

The case was about a criminal Order of Protection, a criminal domestic violence matter, which, per statute (right or wrong) allows a judge to take away your guns. (As opposed to a civil injunction, which does not. And which our blogger has been fighting for a few years now.)

While the overall case is not on-point for civil injunctions per se, the COA said something interesting in their ruling which is on-point for civil injunctions:
Our statutes do not authorize their use [orders concerning firearms] to discourage people from yelling or engaging in 'harassment' of the type proscribed by A.R.S. § 12-1809(R). Nor do our statutes authorize the use of firearms restrictions to provide incentives for positive behavior or to teach people a '[l]esson' about civilized conduct.
And that's from the liberals in Tucson! (Division 2)

So the judges of the Court of Appeals get it, even if the Justices of the Arizona Supreme Court don't.

Not the same as Jezebel website. But close?

We doubt anyone would confuse this blog with the website "Jezebel," which bills itself as the "Home of Shiny Happy Ladies" whatever that means. (We don't want to know.)

Anyway, we find it interesting that, even though the creators of the Jezebel website don't appear to be Christians, they, ironically, seem to know enough about the Bible to name themselves after another "shiny" lady in the Bible.

What's more, they seem to be flaunting her name, just as she flaunted herself. Just before she died.

Oh, the arrogance.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

(YOU) tell it to the church

Here's a link to a YouTube of Mrs. Bodine's first husband's spiritual (and emotional) appeal to his church (the apostate First Baptist Church of Prescott Arizona), per Matthew 18:17.

If the YouTube link is down, try this link, posted by a brother in France.

Mrs. Bodine's first husband sent about 600 CD's and audio cassettes of his appeal to the members of First Baptist. No one called him to help. A few loving "christians" contacted him, telling him, essentially, to "shut up." (Look, if what Mr. Bodine did was wrong, they should have rebuked him in love, showing him his error. Telling him to "shut up," isn't the same.)

Interestingly, Mrs. Bodine (through her scumbag divorce lawyer) introduced this audio as evidence in her divorce trial. Amazingly, despite the objection that this spiritual monologue was a First Amendment Religion issue, the evil Judge Howard Hinson allowed it into evidence anyway. (Throughout the trial, scumbag divorce lawyer (IMO) Mark Moore spoke about Mr. Bodine's spiritual beliefs as grounds for divorce. THAT is really dangerous. Arguably, Mark Moore is a traitor to YOUR constitutional rights.)

But who knows? Maybe God used their evil actions for good, to make this public today? Perhaps your evil wife is divorcing you and her evil church is aiding and abetting her? You're not alone.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Court papers

Perhaps some of the papers our blogger has filed in this matter will help you in your fight against a civil injunction against harassment.See

Among the filings is a Motion for a Court ordered mental exam of Melody Thomas-Morgan.

It's our blogger's personal experience with injunctions, reinforced by observations of others who have sought injunctions, that these people tend to be of unsound mind. (In our opinion, paranoid. Listen to Quartzsite Councilman Joe Winslow seek an ex parte injunction against Michael Roth.)

Fortunately, Arizona law disqualifies someone of unsound mind from testifying in a civil matter - which means, legally, they can't get an injunction.

That's the theory, anyway.

(In reality, Arizona's civil injunction law is unconstitutional.)

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Where to find demons

Our blogger was listening to Coast to Coast AM the other night (which, interestingly, the late Melody Bodine, when she pretended to be a Christian, used to disparage for its para-normal bent). The show was about (Demon) Possessions & Exorcisms, and the guest was the Founder of Free Our Family, Bill Scott, who recounted an excruciating 18-month period when he and his wife invited a woman (Roxanne) who was demon possessed, and the member of an active satanic network, into their home.

Mr. Scott wrote a book about his experience. His publisher said he needed to get Roxanne to sign off on the book before publishing.

But Roxanne was long gone. Where to find her?

Well, Mr. Scott's wife had a brilliant idea, which had occurred to our blogger years ago.

Where do you find demons?

You find them in the Christian church! (Like, First Baptist Church of Prescott?)

Look, if you were the devil, where would you marshal your forces to do the most damage? Would you put a demon possessed man or woman in a desert? What good would that do? (No pun intended.)

No, if you're the devil, you'll put a demon possessed man or woman in the church! That way, you can mislead as many people as possible!

The Apostle Paul foresaw this and warned the early Christian Church, saying, "Keep watch over yourselves and all the flock of which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers. Be shepherds of the church of God, which he bought with his own blood. I know that after I leave, savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. Even from your own number men [like so-called Music Pastors?] will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples after them."

Mr. Scott's wife's brilliant observation was that this demon possessed woman "always gravitates to the church."

Remind you of anyone? (Hint: Go to First Baptist church of Prescott and ask for Melody Thomas-Morgan.)

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Steve Sanchez on "The Jezebel Spirit"

Wow - we're gratified to see someone else sees it too. Independent of us.

image of an acoustic speaker Here's an audio clip from Steve Sanchez about something he calls "The Jezebel Spirit" in women. (1 min, 35 sec.)

Our only disagreement with Mr. Sanchez is that he blames the problem on TV, music and movies. Instead of sin and disobedience to God. (Which is what sin is.) Sure, the world's TV, music and movies exasperate the problem and condone double-minded Jezebel behavior. But let's call it what it is. Sin.

But he's correct when he says the behavior must stop. And he calls on Christian "fathers" to correct their daughters.

Of course, some Jezebel women make sure their daughters don't have fathers anymore, so the Jezebel women can raise their daughters in their own image.

And what an ugly image it is.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

(Another) Mother murders kids, self

It happened again. Another crazy women murders her children. According to the story,
Tonya Thomas, 33, fatally shot her four children, who ranged in age from 12 to 17, said Lt. Tod Goodyear, a spokesman for the Brevard County Sheriff's Office.
Of particular interest for this blog is that this lady was a church going lady (but unlike the late Melody Bodine, she didn't attend First Baptist Church of Prescott) and apparently lied to the cops about her husband.
Two years earlier, she filed a domestic violence complaint against [her husband] Joe Johnson, but that was dismissed after a hearing.
Crazy women do that. (Lie a lot.)

Mr. Johsnon is one of the few men we've heard of who actually got a DV complaint dismissed against him. We know a Christian man in Ogden, Utah, whose wife, like the late Melody Bodine, left him. Like the late Melody Bodine, this man's wife also sought an Order of Protection against her husband when she filed papers.

Even though the trial judge rebuked the woman for stretching the truth (when the judge asked her if her husband had ever struck her, she thought about it a long time, and said, "Once, while we were playing cards, he reached over and slapped me on the knee"), the judge issued the OOP anyway, just to be "safe" as most judges do.

So much for Equal Protection under the Law. (Men, it's all about money. It's called the "Violence Against Women Act," a federal program with lots of money to go around.)

She had also struck her husband.
Records also showed that Thomas was arrested in 2002 on a misdemeanor battery charge for striking the father of her children.
We've heard this happens. A lot.

The charges were later dropped, which, based on what we've learned from other men whose crazy wives have also struck them, probably means she really did hit him but her loving husband forgave her. (Hey, even Tiger Woods didn't bring charges against his wife for beating him up.)

Well, the moral of this story is that you can never tell what this righteous, lying, church-going women are going to do. This one murdered her teenage kids. So not even they were safe. About all you can do it look for parallels in behavior. And when the shoe fits, RUN!

Saturday, March 3, 2012

First Amendment right to call someone a slut!

Hooray for Rush Limbaugh! He correctly called a woman a slut.

In the old days, she would have been ashamed of herself.

In these news days, she's proud and most everyone says Mr. Limbaugh should be ashamed.

Chelsea Handler calls herself a slut. Just renewed her contract for $25 million.

More later.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Scary - Let's make another Federal case out of it

You probably heard the widely reported story by now of the man who is being threatened with jail for posting comments about his ex-wife on Facebook? As in our blogger's case here, the man's comments were not sent to the subject. He was merely exercising his First Amendment right and posting his thoughts and opinions about someone on the Internet.

But now a judge is penalizing in the man, as in our blogger's case, for speaking his mind. (Loss of 4th Amendment for the former. Loss of 2nd Amendment for the latter.)

Really, the solution here is to repeal all State "harassment" laws. They violate the First Amendment right to free speech. That's partially what our blogger's federal civil right lawsuit, Michael's Law, attempts to do.

Here are excerpts from the story:
CINCINNATI (AP) — A man [Mark Bryon] who was threatened with jail time for posting comments about his estranged wife on his personal Facebook page unless he posted daily apologies for a month says the court ruling violates his freedom of speech.

. . . the Cincinnati man and free speech and media experts say it should concern other users of the social networking site.

With hundreds of millions of people using Facebook for communication, Byron said that "if they can do this to me, they can do it to others." [AMEN! They have!]

The idea "that anybody could tell you what to say to your friends on Facebook should be scary to people," said Cincinnati attorney Jill Meyer, who specializes in free speech and media issues.

The ruling is highly unusual and "troubling because it's a court telling someone to say something to — in some regards — his chosen group of friends," said Meyer. She noted that the comments were not directed to Byron's wife, Elizabeth Byron, who was blocked from accessing the page. [That is, it's a Fifth Amendment violation. Forcing a 'confession' if you will, out of someone by threatening them with jail.]

According to the ruling, Byron posted comments on his page in November, saying in part, "If you are an evil, vindictive woman who wants to ruin your husband's life and take your son's father away from him completely — all you need to do is say you're scared of your husband or domestic partner and they'll take him away." [Remind you of anyone Melody Anne Bodine / Melody Thomas-Morgan?"]

Byron's comments expressed frustration, but they were not threats and he didn't make them to his wife, said Cincinnati attorney Jack Greiner, who also specializes in free speech and media issues.

Greiner said he doesn't think the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees freedom of speech and of the press, "allows a court to find that someone has harassed or caused a person to suffer mental abuse merely by expressing one's opinion about a court proceeding in a non-threatening way." [BINGO!]

Greiner said that a court compelling speech through a court-written apology raises as many free speech concerns as actions prohibiting free speech.

The ruling says several of Mark Byron's comments were "clearly intended to be mentally abusive, harassing and annoying" to his wife and "generate a negative and venomous response toward her from his Facebook friends." [So what? Even if they were, it's a right we have. This is Thought-Police stuff. And what, you don't think his ex-wife is telling her friends mentally abusive, harassing and annoying things about her husband?]

His comments were "nothing other than free speech communication where he was venting truthful information," Ford said.

We hope they make a federal case out of it. This harassment by women has got to stop.

Free Speech. Use it or lose it.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Welcome Ernie Hancock listeners!

Our blogger was on Ernie Hancock's radio show for a short segment near the end of hour two.

Here's the link. The segment starts at 1 hour 3 minutes.

If you're interested in the lawsuit, suing the Justices of the Arizona Supreme court, go to Michael's Law.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Woman murders children

a pretty woman murders her childrenHere' a recent story about a pleasant looking woman who murdered her children. She appears happy enough. But you can't tell from outward appearances what's in a person's heart, can you? It's likely her thoughts were as black as India ink.

We especially like what this blogger wrote:
The only thing that could have caused this young mother of two to commit murder, then turn the gun on herself is clearly Satan.
Amen to that!

Now, in light of the above and considering the late Melody Anne Bodine, do you remember the parable Jesus told about the demon possessed man?
When an evil spirit comes out of a man, it goes through arid places seeking rest and does not find it. Then it says, 'I will return to the house I left.' When it arrives, it finds the house unoccupied, swept clean and put in order. Then it goes and takes with it seven other spirits more wicked than itself, and they go in and live there. And the final condition of that man is worse than the first.
Jesus' parable applies to women too.

Now, Melody Bodine never was a Christian. But while she was under the headship authority of her believing husband, she was "sanctified," per 1 Corinthians 7:14.

That doesn't mean she was "saved." (Saved from hell - see Romans 5:9.) It simply means, that like Noah's and Lot's family, God graciously protects a believer's immediately family for the sake of the believer. (It's clear from their actions that Lot's wife wasn't a believer. She looked back and was turned to a pillar of salt.)

Now that the late Mrs. Bodine has left her husband, she is no longer protected from demonic possession. Our blogger's opinion is that seven other wicked spirits have entered her latest incarnation as Melody Thomas-Morgan. Ask anyone who knew the old Melody and the new. They can tell you there's been quite a change. (Read her former church elder's statement.)

So, does she hear voices? Will Satan have his way with her? Time will tell. It always does.