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Scott X and the Constitution Commandos is a rock band with a difference.

The founder engages in litigation to protect the Bill of Rights and the band records and makes music videos railing against the growing U.S. Police State.

Currently Scott X (Huminski) is attacking unconstitutional harassment statutes that silence dissent in the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. 11th circuit court of appeals and United States District Court (Middle District Florida).

This litigation attacks the harassment laws of Arizona, Connecticut and Vermont.  From the allegedly most right wing state to one of the allegedly most liberal states, the Bill of Rights is the political motivation for Scott X regardless of the State.

Supreme Court Petition here...

http://www.scribd.com/...

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals filings here ....

http://www.scribd.com/...

Scott X and the Constitution Commandos,  music videos here....

U.S. State Sponsored Terror
http://www.youtube.com/...

The Way Things Should Be
http://www.youtube.com/...

Police State USA
http://www.youtube.com/...

Stay Free or Fight
http://www.youtube.com/...

Bad Cop
http://www.youtube.com/...

More at youtube...

Support the dwindling existence of the Bill of Rights in this country....

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  •  The amendents to the Constitution, as well as (1+ / 0-)
    Recommended by:
    Bisbonian

    the main body, are addressed to the agents of government -- i.e. the people who act on behalf of the people, who rule. That the people govern is a presumption which was almost immediately vitiated by the fact that, in the beginning, the majority of the population (natives, slaves, women, children) were excluded from that role. Indeed, it was not until 1971 that universal suffrage arrived and, ever since, there have been constant and persistant efforts to insure that the majority do not, in fact. rule by participating in the vote.
    The other obligations of citizenship are similarly discounted:

    holding office
    serving on juries
    drafting laws
    providing support
    enforcing the laws

    Justice Anthony Kennedy is correct when he asserts that enforcing the laws is up to the populace. The Constitution, neither the mandates to office holders, nor the prohibitions enumerated in the amendments are self-enforcing. The notion that having three branches will insure automaticity is an illusion, perpetrated by people who want to rule, rather than serve.
    Agents of government do not govern. Though, like the unjust steward in the Bible, they may well engage in self-serving behavior that results in deprivation, rather than provision.
    Note that to provision means to be forward looking and anticipate eventualities. Of course, if we put people in office lacking in the ability to look ahead, we should not be surprised if they perform poorly and merely serve to satisfy themselves.

    The Constitution is like a recipe book. It does a person no good, if he doesn't know that the steps have to be followed in order -- that it won't do to add the eggs after the cake batter has gone into the oven.

    Timing is everything. Presumably, a musician knows that.

  •  Stiff Little Fingers - Law and Order (1+ / 0-)
    Recommended by:
    terrybuck


    Everybody's down in the centre of town
    Doing nothing wrong we're only hangin' around
    They put you up against the wall
    Make loud mouthed jokes just to make you feel small
    Laugh at your appearance and the clothes you wear
    Call that justice just isn't fair

    [Chorus]
    Talking bout their law and order
    They don't do what they ought to
    Law and order
    There's no justice in it
    None!

    I had a friend who was lifted by the law
    Lifted and shifted and dumped on the floor
    They treated him like shit
    Kicked him in the head and then laughed when he bled
    Spat in his face and pulled his hair
    Call that justice just isn't fair

    [Chorus]

    I'm not trying to say we're always right
    No-one's saying that it's black and white
    All I'm saying is we don't agree
    I don't think like you don't think like me
    I hope you never do
    And that's the way they try and run this land
    How they hold you down and keep you in hand
    You're just a pawn in their game
    Just another number you ain't got a name
    Just a little punk y'know they don't care
    Call that justice just isn't fair


    I'm not an atheist. How can you not believe in something that doesn't exist? That's way too convoluted for me. - A. Whitney Brown

    by AlyoshaKaramazov on Sun Nov 03, 2013 at 05:37:37 AM PST

  •  Supergrass (0+ / 0-)


    Caught by the fuzz,
    Well I was, still on a buzz,
    In the back of the van,
    With my head in my hands,
    Just like a bad dream,
    I was, only fifteen,

    If only my brother could be here now,
    He'd get me out and sort me out alright,
    I know I should have stayed at home tonight,

    Locked in a cell,
    Feeling un-well,
    I talked to a man,
    He said, It's better to tell,
    'Who sold you the blow?'
    'Well it was no-one I know.'
    If only you'd tell us, we'd let you go,
    We'll make it hard for you my son, so tell us what you know.
    We'll make you wish you'd stayed at home tonight,

    (Ooh_____ wah ooh_ wah ooh.)___

    Here comes my mum,
    Well she, she knows what I've done,
    'Just tell them the truth,
    You know where it's from,
    You've blackened our name,
    Well you, you should be ashamed,
    If only your father could see you now,
    He'd break down, and he'd throw you out for sure.
    I never should have let you out tonight.'

    __(Tonight,) tonight, (tonight,) tonight, (tonight,) tonight,
    (tonight,) tonight, (tonight.)


    I'm not an atheist. How can you not believe in something that doesn't exist? That's way too convoluted for me. - A. Whitney Brown

    by AlyoshaKaramazov on Sun Nov 03, 2013 at 05:43:49 AM PST

  •  Power to the people! (0+ / 0-)

    the other side of the equation.  An informed and motivated electorate.


    First up, Pulp, with "Mis-shapes"



    Mis-shapes, mistakes, misfits.
    Raised on a diet of broken biscuits, oh we don't look the same as you
    We don't do the things you do, but we live around here too.
    Oh really.
    Mis-shapes, mistakes, misfits, we'd like to go to town but we can't risk it
    Oh 'cause they just want to keep us out.
    You could end up with a smash in the mouth just for standing out.
    Oh really. Brothers, sisters, can't you see?
    The future's owned by you and me.
    There won't be fighting in the street.
    They think they've got us beat, but revenge is going to be so sweet.
    We're making a move, we're making it now, we're coming out of the side-lines.
    Just put your hands up - it's a raid yeah:
    We want your homes, we want your lives,
    we want the things you won't allow us.
    We won't use guns, we won't use bombs
    We'll use the one thing we've got more of - that's our minds.
    Check your lucky numbers, that much money could drag you under, oh.
    What's the point of being rich if you can't think what to do with it?
    'Cause you're so very thick.
    Oh we weren't supposed to be, we learnt too much at school now
    we can't help but see.
    That the future that you've got mapped out is nothing much to shout about.
    We're making a move, we're making it now,
    We're coming out of the side-lines.
    Just put your hands up - it's a raid.
    We want your homes, we want your lives,
    we want the things you won't allow us.
    We won't use guns, we won't use bombs
    We'll use the one thing we've got more of - that's our minds.
    Brothers, sisters, can't you see?
    The future's owned by you and me.
    There won't be fighting in the street.
    They think they've got us beat but revenge is going to be so sweet.
    We're making a move. We're making it now.
    We're coming out of the sidelines.
    Just put your hands up - it's a raid.
    We want your homes, we want your lives,
    we want the things you won't allow us.
    We won't use guns, we won't use bombs
    We'll use the one thing we've got more of - that'sour minds.
    And that's our minds. Yeah.




    I'm not an atheist. How can you not believe in something that doesn't exist? That's way too convoluted for me. - A. Whitney Brown

    by AlyoshaKaramazov on Sun Nov 03, 2013 at 05:52:37 AM PST

  •  The Offspring, LAPD (0+ / 0-)

    From when they were a good band:

    The city of L.A. feels like a prison
    With helicopters overhead and bullets whizzing by
    Martial law ain't no solution
    Police brutality's just social pollution

    I'm living in America, and in America you're on your own. America's not a country. It's just a business.

    by CFAmick on Sun Nov 03, 2013 at 07:25:43 AM PST

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