August 19, 2013
I went to one of my town hall commissioners meetings in my Pennsylvania town a couple months ago and when the issue of lowering the speed limits in an area of the township came up, I explained to the commissioners that thanks to former sheriff’s deputy and Rule of Law Radio Show host Eddie Craig’s 2.5 hour presentation called “Secrets Police Don’t Want You To Know” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3nok7Cby28 the world now knows that:
1. The statement “driving is a privilege, not a right” is only true if the driver in question is a COMMERCIAL driver, and non-commercial drivers have the right to drive with no license, no insurance, no registration, and no license plate on their car whenever they please
2. It is impossible for a non-commercial driver to be engaging in TRANSPORTATION or be DRIVING because the legal definitions (and not the standard English dictionary definitions which are irrelevant) of those two capital words imply that they only relate to COMMERCE. This also means that it is IMPOSSIBLE for a non-commercial driver to be charged with DUI/DWI since the “D” stands for DRIVING (although a non-commercial driver can be charged with non-transportation crimes like negligence, reckless endangerment, and property damage)
3. It is impossible for a non-commercial driver to be OPERATING a VEHICLE because the legal definitions of those two capital terms also imply that they only relate to COMMERCE
4. The fact that TRANSPORTATION is a COMMERCIAL activity means that it is ILLEGAL for law enforcement personnel to pull over, stop at checkpoints, or issue transportation law tickets to non-commercial drivers. Transportation laws only apply to commercial drivers, period!