Bustle Writes About The Benefits of Hemp

Hooper Hemp Farm - That's Natural 2016 Harvest - 2 Large Hemp Plants with San Juan Mountains

The Bustle, an American magazine founded in 2013, wrote a recent article discussing what the health benefits of hemp are.

From Bustle:

“Hemp is becoming more and more known for its health and wellness properties, moving away from its once hippie-ish reputation to mainstream markets like Whole Foods. While not a cure-all, hemp-based products are known to offer relief for myriad medical conditions.”….” Reasons hemp is all the rage include its reported ability to reduce anxiety, sooth aches, manage chronic pain, relieve PMS symptoms, moisturize skin, and more — all without the worry of exposing yourself to toxic chemicals.”

Bustle interviewed Dr. Cass Ingram who said:

“In combating anxiety and depression cannabinoids play a significant role. These substances act as signaling agents, causing improved communication between neurons,” Dr. Cass Ingram, author of more than 20 books on natural healing, explains in an email to Bustle. “The anti-anxiety and antidepressant action of cannabinoids are related to enhanced neurotransmission as a result of their direct actions on neurotransmitter metabolism, including the induction of an increase in the synthesis of serotonin.”

Bustle then discussed the potential benefit of pain relief and cannabinoids. Bustle reports Dr. Ingram explaining that:

“Through their direct action on immune cells cannabinoids, especially the cannabis terpenes, help reduce and/or modulate the inflammatory response. This is through influencing and modifying the production of pro-inflammation mediators. Essentially, cannabinoids put into balance immune function, causing a reduction in immune-mediated pain and inflammation.”

The Department of Health and Human Services has a patent on cannabinoids – the Denver Post did an article on this.  You can search the National Institutes of Health or Google Scholar to find research for cannabinoids like CBD.

Did you know that cannabinoids like CBD can be found all throughout the plant kingdom?

At That’s Natural, we believe in your natural and constitutional right to consume naturally-derived cannabinoids and terpenes that exist in plants even beyond cannabis or hemp!  That’s Food and Medicine FREEDOM!

That’s Natural Team meets Dr. Raphael Mechoulam – The ‘Father of Cannabis Research’ at ICR Conference


That’s Natural Team and CEO Tisha Casida meet Dr. Raphael Mechoulam - The ‘Father of Cannabis Research’ at ICR (Institute for Cannabis Research) Conference
Pictured Above: Dr. Raphael Mecholam (the ‘Father of Cannabis Research’) and That’s Natural CEO Tisha Casida

I had the opportunity to present at the Institute of Cannabis Research (ICR) Conference at Colorado State University.  The ‘Father of Cannabis’ – the most well known researcher for compounds of cannabis, including CBD (Cannabidiol) – Professor Raphael Mechoulam was the keynote speaker.  Researchers from around the world presented their research and industry experts made contacts to further the understanding and applications of this incredible plant.

My presentation: ’That’s Natural ‘Legal Cannabis’ discussed the moral, ethical, and constitutional ‘legality’ of cannabis use, including:

1. Constitutional ‘legality’ of individuals’ freedom to consume plants for foods and medicine – American’s right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

2. 10th Amendment protections for States and individuals when the federal government oversteps its bounds and does not protect individuals’ rights.

3. Representatives ‘Oath of Office’ – meant to protect individuals’ natural and constitutional rights – like the right to consume plants for medicines.

4. Practitioners and doctors ‘Hippocratic Oath’ – meant to protect patients and ensure that healers protect health over motives for personal profit.

5. American’s active participation in creating laws, changing laws, nullifying laws (using the 10th Amendment), and breaking laws is what forms moral and ethical guidelines.

6. Stopping human suffering and helping people to heal is a moral and ethical obligation of all individual citizens but especially those that take an Oath of Office to defend the Constitution and the Hippocratic Oath to protect patients.

The Constitution – even from before its writing and ratification – has been a document that has divided government power to protect and preserve the individual rights of the people.  Individual rights – the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness – as long as you are not infringing on other peoples’ life or property – are unique among Americans.  American citizens enjoy protections in the Constitution – which is the oldest living paper Constitution in the entire world.

America’s form of government is called a ‘constitutional republic’ although many people refer to it as a ‘democracy’.  A unique feature of the government is the separation of powers in government – in the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial branches of government.  Having these three different parts of government – the part that creates laws (Legislative Branch); the part that enacts and enforces laws (Executive Branch); and the part that interest laws (Judicial Branch) – is what is supposed to protect individual’s natural rights.

There is also a difference between ‘legal rights’ and ‘natural rights’.  “Legal” rights are those that are ‘given’ to you by the government.  “Natural” rights are those that are given to you by your Creator.  I believe that it is a natural (moral and ethical) right to consume plant-based medicines.  Just because something is ‘legal’ – in no way does that make it moral or ethical.  I believe it is moral and ethical to stop human suffering.  Cannabis can help stop human suffering.

At That’s Natural, we refer to this as “Food and Medicine Freedom” – your right to consume foods and medicines that can help heal you or prevent you from getting disease.  Growing your own foods and medicines, and being able to purchase and consume foods and medicines that you choose – we believe – is a natural and ‘God-given’ right.

The Constitution itself says nothing about cannabis – as a matter of fact – that Constitution says nothing about Agriculture, Healthcare, Energy, Social Policy, etc.  Agencies that have been created through laws passed in Congress may be funded by taxpayers – but their functions and actions may not necessarily be Constitutional.  The Constitution is supposed to protect individuals’ life and property.  “Laws” that stop people from being able to access plant-based medicines goes against protecting peoples’ life.  People have a right to be healthy and seek wellness – many government agencies end up interfering in their quest for foods and medicines that can heal them.

Because we have these checks and balances in government at the federal level – it affords Americans the opportunity to change laws that have been created that may have negative consequences for their individual rights.  And, new laws can be created to replace old laws that cannot be changes.  And, worst case – bad laws can be broken using States’ rights.

The 10th Amendment of the Constitution reads:

“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

When the federal government creates laws that fail to uphold the meaning and intent of the Constitution – State governments can protect their citizens.  Amendment 64 in Colorado effectively did this with the ‘legalization’ of cannabis.  Although this can create a lot of confusion and a ‘gray area’ – ultimately this is protecting individuals’ right to the pursuit of health.  Colorado’s experiment in ‘nullifying’ or ‘ignoring’ federal law is what is giving citizens’ access to new and innovate treatments with cannabis.  Although imperfect, this regulatory framework is proving to be an effective model and is allowing individuals to exercise their Constitutional freedoms.

Our representatives in the Congress and Senate take an ‘Oath of Office’ which reads:

“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God.”

Our representatives are supposed to put our natural and constitutional rights above their personal motives for profit.  Our representatives are charged with protecting us as individuals.

In addition to ‘leaders’ who write laws taking an oath – practitioners and doctors who are charged to help people with their health take the ‘Hippocratic Oath’.  By taking this oath they are swearing themselves to seek help for their patients above and personal motive for profit or gain.  Practitioners and doctors take this oath – and patients trust them to make decisions that are based on compassion – not on profit.

It is a crime that many of the people who create laws and people who write prescriptions are stopping the research and stopping the freedom for people to try and use natural non-psychotropic medicines that can give their body and mind PEACE.  It is against their sworn Oath of Office to protect and defend the Constitution and it is against the Hippocratic Oath taken to protect patients.  It is the citizens’ job to stand up to these unlawful and unethical practices and protect their fellow human beings.  We must hold not only our representatives accountable, but we must also hold doctors and practitioners accountable.  Individuals have a right to use natural, non-psychotropic (does not get you “high”) plants – whether that be hemp, elderberry, or echinacea.

I hope you will join me in protecting and promoting our natural and constitutional right to Food and Medicine Freedom!  – Tisha T. Casida

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Our products are full-spectrum and whole-plant derived, meaning that we have both a full cannabinoid and terpene profile in our our CBD-rich hemp oil.  This contributes to the Entourage Effect and we believe is the most potent and effective means of preserving the products’ effects.


That’s Natural, as a company, has been in business for over ten years.  We are a privately held company – NOT a corporate entity or a “pump and dump” penny-stock company that has unknown shareholders and questionable business practices.  We care very much our customers, and we are dedicated to them.  Tisha Casida, CEO of That’s Natural, has worked with farmers and producers for over 10 years and is a firm advocate and supporter of Food and Medicine Freedom.  You can hear the testimonials from our customers here.

Whole Foods Disappoints AGAIN – Mechanically Tenderized Rubber Meat

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Whole Foods Disappoints AGAIN – Mechanically Tenderized Rubber Meat

I actually helped open the Pikes Peak Whole Foods in Colorado Springs when I was going to college.  I really, really, believed in their ‘mission’ and I completely and totally bought in to the idea that they:

1. Serve natural and organic foods (AND ONLY NATURAL AND ORGANIC FOODS)

2. Care about the quality of their food, presentation, and customer service.

3. Care about small farmers, the environment, and being a steward of good business practices (People, Planet, Profit)

The past four or five years, I have really been disappointed in the down-slide of everything – selection, customer service, and most sadly – the food that I have trusted to be CLEAN.  It is NOT.

Most recent example?  Tonight, starving, I went to the ‘hot bar’ (not always hot) and got “corned beef”.  I came home, opened up that brown box and took a bite.  Like rubber – like, a horrible, not-right, NOT NATURAL texture in my mouth.  I spit it out and started looking closer at the meat to find thousands of tiny holes.

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Reading up on this, I guess it was mechanically tenderized – real natural, right?  Like, after those free-range cattle are allowed to graze on pristine grass and treated humanely – that meat is sent to a machine to stab ten million times to make it chewable.  Is something horribly wrong with this?  I believe that good meat is chewable by itself.  Beyond the tenderization issue – this meat just does NOT look right – color, texture, smell, taste.  It is extremely concerning to me.  As soon as I have my microscope I am going to investigate further…

Most of the food at Whole Foods is NOT organic, NOT biodynamic, NOT local and NOT DELICIOUS.  As a matter of fact, if you go there and if the label says “organic”, you can’t really trust that either (as a marketer I have seen people slap a ‘USDA Certified Organic” label on products even though they are not – there is very little enforcement – the feds are out of money and focused on other problems).  Most of the products in Whole Foods are now their own ‘365 Brand’.  Whole Foods – advocate of small businesses – has eaten its own.  A great product shows up, all of a sudden the local craft company is gone and Whole Foods has its own label of that product.  Cannibalism.

And speaking of cannibalism – the issue with cheap meat (which is what Whole Foods served me tonight at the hot bar) can be very dangerous because often the food fed to the cattle (or any other animal) can be full of horrific additives and fillers – including other animals.  Disgusting.  Terrifying.  This is where Mad Cow disease comes from.  Look up prions (prions mad cow disease).

I am the sucker.  I am the idiot.  I f*%#ing bought in to the marketing – but it is not the truth.  The truth is that Whole Foods is a bad corporation – loyal to its stockholders only (not its stakeholders) – who have left their customers behind.  No more!  People like me are leaving WF’s behind for the same reasons.  Maybe thats the real reason they are closing stores across the country.

I’m free ranging it somewhere else!

Stop Hemp Hypocrisy – FREE Non-psychoactive Plants!

Hemp is a non-psychoactive form of cannabis that has been used for thousands of years.  Non-Psychoactive hemp has naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes that are already found in thousands of plants.

The federal government has non-law-creating agencies that are attempting to stop people from being able to grow, use, and sell hemp products.  Don’t forget that the Hemp Industries Association has won two federal court cases against the DEA for such nonsense!

If a plant is non-psychoactive, the naturally occurring compounds in that plant should be protected for humans to consume.  Naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes from non-psychoactive plants like hemp can be healthful and healing – the ‘government’ should not be able to take away peoples’ natural and constitutional right to grow, use, and sell this plant.

Sign the petition here!

How to Prevent Endocannabinoid Deficiency with Non-Psychoactive Cannabinoids & Terpenes

The Endocannabinoid System (or ECS for short) is responsible for modulating our body’s immune system, inflammation, pain, and things that affect our daily life, like sleep, appetite, and mood.

The discovery of this system showed that most mammals have a vast network of receptors that are responsive to cannabinoids – these receptors are in the brain, central nervous system, and immune system.

Receptors on our cells act like tiny locks on the surface of the cells (not all cells have all receptors and there are thousands of receptors on each tiny cell).  These receptors only open for certain keys that fit into them – even more than a ‘physical’ fit – it is like a vibrational understanding between the neurotransmitter (and/or neuropeptide) that allows certain chemical compounds to communicate with the receptors.

Our body already makes something called ‘endocannbinoids’ inside of us.  Endocannabinoids are our body’s own compound that helps us regulate our Endocannabinoid System.  By introducing non-psychoactive cannabinoids to our body – like CBD, CBDa, CBN, CBG, and CBC – we can potentially regulate our Endocannabinoid System and prevent endocannabinoid deficiency.

From the Huffington Post:

“American Neurologist Ethan Russo has termed this ‘Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency‘, suggesting that it lie at the root of illnesses such as fibromyalgia, muscular sclerosis, IBS and migraines.  According to Dr Russo, “If you don’t have enough endocannabinoids you have pain where there shouldn’t be pain. You would be sick, meaning nauseated. You would have a lowered seizure threshold. And just a whole litany of other problems.””

It is now possible to source cannabinoids from hemp that has been grown to have high levels and complete profiles of cannabinoids and terpenes.  Be sure to know your farmer, know how the hemp is processed, and make sure you are getting a full-spectrum product that contains all of the naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes from the hemp plant.

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HYPOCRISY – The DEA’s Unenforceable Policy on CBD

The United States government has a patent (#6,630,507) for the antioxidant and neuroprotective properties of cannabinoids, but the DEA says that CBD is a Schedule 1 Drug.

“Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Some examples of Schedule I drugs are: heroin, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), marijuana (cannabis), 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy), methaqualone, and peyote.”

Which is it?  Are non-psychoactive cannabinoids like CBD good for you or are they bad for you?  Well, let’s let the people decide.

Non-psychoactive cannabinoids like CBD have over two decades of research showing that they have potential therapeutic applications for cancer, inflammation, anxiety, and other diseases that stem from the immune system and nervous system.


23 States have medical marijuana ‘legalized’ (THC and CBD products)

8 States have recreational marijuana ‘legalized’ (THC and CBD products)

16 States have specific laws allowing for CBD products

Millions of people from many States have demanded smart medicine policy – and have nullified federal law with State-based laws that have been upheld thanks to the 10th Amendment.  That’s right – ALL of cannabis is a Schedule 1 drug according to the DEA, but guess what – all of these States have actual laws and are collecting revenue from the sale of cannabis.  The DEA isn’t coming to get you – there are actual criminals out there, and if you are taking CBD, you are not one of them.

Do you see the feds knocking down the doors of people who are selling CBD products?  No, you don’t, and you won’t, because in June of 2015, Congress actually de-funded much of the DEA’s budget that was being used to go after legal cannabis operations and industrial hemp operations.

“The House of Representatives has voted to protect state medical marijuana and hemp laws from federal interference, to cut the Drug Enforcement Administration’s budget and to halt bulk collection of American communications in drug investigations.”

Believe it or not, the PEOPLE are speaking and not allowing the federal government to get in the way of them using a PLANT for food and medicine.  Cannabis has existed for thousands of years, and has been used in many different applications beyond ‘getting high’ – different strains of hemp can be used for non-psychoactive cannabinoids like CBD, high-protein food products, fiber, and even fuel.

First of all, you should NEVER be afraid of your government.  Fear is death.  Secondly, cannabis is a plant and it is not nearly as scary as the arcane and geriatric proclamations coming from some representatives in government who feel it their moral duty to protect people from themselves.  If they look out their bullet-proof windows passed their body guards – they will see that Americans are sick and tired of waiting on permission to live a healthy life.  No sick-care system can save us – only we can save ourselves through whole-plant, nutrient-dense, preventative foods and medicines that are naturally derived from the Earth.

Why You Don’t Want Government in Whole-Plant Medicines

The UK this week acknowledged CBD’s use as a medicine, but the government is requiring people who sell extracts of cannabis containing CBD to stop – because now they must go through regulations placed by government to market and sell the CBD – which can cost millions of dollars in licensing and years of waiting for “clinical data”.  This will leave hundreds of thousands of people and patients without access to CBD for an unknown period of time.

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulation Agency (MHRA) is the government arm behind the decision, which is likely financially motivated.  By requiring government intervention and licensing in the sale of CBD products, only large and ‘established’ pharmaceutical companies are able to comply – monopolizing the marketplace and forcing consumers to choose “big pharma” for their medicines.

From Vice:

“The fact of the matter is CBD is a medicine and the MHRA is absolutely correct about that. The other thing that you need to understand is that most CBD products do not just contain CBD; they are in fact whole plant extracts from low THC cannabis. The government says that there’s no medicinal value in cannabis [in the The Misuse of Drugs Regulations 2001], but now we have another branch of the government saying it’s a medicine.”

This hypocrisy is nothing new.  Governments largely want to take away individuals’ right to grow and consume whole-plant products that can have promising life-saving effects.  The “sick-care system” that feeds off of peoples’ disease suffers when consumers become healthy.  When consumers can choose inexpensive, easily-accessible medicines from whole-plants like cannabis – this represents a big problem for big government and big pharma.

Protect your right to food and medicine freedom!  Join That’s Natural!

– Tisha Casida

“Texas Has No Right To Secede” – Yeah RIGHT!

The following is a beautiful retort from constitutional authors and scholar, Michael Badnarik, about whether or not Texas as the ‘right’ to secede from the United States.  You can read his fabulous books and take one of his classes, to dive deeper into our United States Constitution and the meaning of ‘individual rights’.

From Michael Badnarik:

I haven’t given my first presentation favoring Texas secession yet, and already there are people who insist that Texas does not have the authority to disassociate itself from the United States. This proves that those who do not study history are disturbed and confused. Here is a comment found somewhere on Facebook:

“Texas has NO right to secede. They tried it once and lost -the Civil War. They do have the right to split themselves into up to four smaller states, by the treaty when they joined the United States. Are Texans willing to take on their pro-rated share of the U.S. National debt? Would Trump want Texas to build a wall between itself and the rest of the current United States? Would they pay for all of the current federal institutions located in Texas?”

Allow me to address this response statement by statement.

“Texas has NO right to secede”
This is an emotional response. ALL of the evidence suggests otherwise. The Law of Nations, written in 1787, was the most important book on the law of nations in the eighteenth century. It sets out with the idea “that political societies or nations live, with respect to each other, in a reciprocal independence. They are subject to the natural law. Each sovereign state claims and actually possesses an absolute independence [from] all the others.” The explicitly stated purpose and principle of the United Nations Charter is “To develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples…” Self-determination is defined as “freedom to live as one chooses” and “the determining by the people of the form their government shall have”. It appears that “Secession Deniers” (a person who refuses to accept the existence, truth, or validity of something despite evidence or general support for it) have never read the Declaration of Independence. The first phrase of that document says, “When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another…” When one group “dissolves the political bands which have connected them with another” they secede! The Declaration of Independence is a secession document! If Texas isn’t allowed to secede, then logically the United States can’t either, and we are still colonies subject to the British Crown.

“They tried it once and lost -the Civil War”
This is a very common misconception based solely on opinion. In every separation, one party is leaving, and the other party is being left behind. Your opinion is based on which group you are in. As Americans were proudly recount our “American Revolution” as the beginning of freedom and liberty. England was not happy about losing the natural resources found in the colonies, and it tried to renege on our independence by waging the War of 1812. Texans are extremely proud of those who defended the Alamo, and immediately point to the Battle of San Jacinto as our victorious support of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Another example of secession that refutes the idea that we tried it once and lost. We’ve tried it twice. We won the first, and lost the second. Rumor has it that the third time is the charm.

“They do have the right to split themselves into up to four smaller states, by the treaty when they joined the United States.”
This statement is almost correct. According to TSL.Texas.gov, “In another compromise designed to overcome objections to annexation, the 1845 joint resolution that admitted Texas to the Union provided that Texas could be divided into as many as five states.”

“Are Texans willing to take on their pro-rated share of the U.S. National debt?”
The short answer is probably not. Not if I’m elected President of the Republic of Texas, anyway. The U.S. National debt is based on fraud, perpetrated by bankers against all Americans. I can’t give you something that I don’t have. Neither can Congress. Congress never had the authority to print money, therefore it is logically impossible for them to grant that authority to the Federal Reserve in 1913. “The Fed” has assumed a monopoly over counterfeiting our money with the worthless, fiat, Federal Reserve Note. “The Fed” prints money out of thin air, they loan it to the federal government, and then the American population is expected to pay the debt AND the growing interest on that debt. This an impossible task based on fraud. There is no statue of limitations on fraud, and the U.S. debt should be repudiated, and the bankers and tricksters that concocted this scheme should be imprisioned for life. It is a fraudulent debt that no sane Texan would be willing to pay.

“Would Trump want Texas to build a wall between itself and the rest of the current United States?”
Excuse me, but this is an asinine question, with no intellectual merit, intended to be inflammatory. Further evidence that the response to my post is purely emotional. However, if Donald Trump wants a wall between his remaining 49 states and Texas, he’ll have to build it himself. I don’t want a wall because I know that hard working Americans that long to be free and independent will be migrating to Texas as quickly as they can pack a suitcase. Additionally, all the socialist, communist, and other collectivist riffraff will be fleeing Texas in the other direction. I am highly in favor of both migrations, and a wall would be a temporary impediment to that.

“Would they pay for all of the current federal institutions located in Texas?”
Again, the short answer is no. Those familiar with Constitution know that the federal government can only purchase land “with the consent of the state legislature”. Assuming that the Constitution is a contract between Texas and the federal government, then the federal government has violated that contract since they are required to “guarantee to each state a Republican form of government”. The United States is operating as a communist country because all ten planks of the Communist Manifesto are enforced in this country already. The federal government has violated the contract, and Texas would be exceeding lenient to allow the federal government to maintain control of its offices and territory within Texas. We might allow them to continue to occupy Fort Hood, for example, but the federal government would have to pay us whatever rent we decide would be appropriate. To assume that Texas would pay for federal institutions is ludicrous.

Texas secession is inevitable. The only thing that would prevent it is if a vast majority of Americans suddenly woke up to the fact that the federal government is out of control, and surprised Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by voting for Gary Johnson. From my vantage point, I think Texas secession is far more likely.

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Thank You Colorado for Protecting Me From Myself

Dear People of the State of Colorado:

I thought it important to address you, since you are the ones charging me on this ticket that I received while in El Paso County, Colorado.

I was pulled over for forgetting to turn my blinker while merging (thank you taxpayers, I hope you feel safer now), and then of course, couldn’t find my insurance card (I just purchased a new truck and will be supporting the tax-base with my new registration, thank you Colorado), and was asked, “Maam, is that how you wear you seatbelt?”.

My seatbelt.  I wear that thing faithfully – not because I am told to, but because I do believe it is a good idea.  However, I put the top strap under my arm, because I don’t like having it across my chest.  Because I answered honestly, and because the State of Colorado is protecting me from myself, I was fined $74.50 for wearing it wrong.

Now, listen, I am grateful that I didn’t lose any “points”, and that the officer was kind enough to not cite me for my other two (awful and dangerous) transgressions.  But really!??!!?  I was wearing my seatbelt and I still got nailed for it.  You know what?  There’s people killing other people out there – am I really the criminal here?

I will faithfully pay this, to stay out of the courts.  But I am hurt and offended at my State.  I appreciate our officers, I think they have to deal with a lot.  However, wouldn’t it be a good use of taxpayer money to go after real criminals instead of people like me?  In my world, forgetting a blinker, not having physical proof of insurance (even though it is easily verifiable that I have such), and wearing my seatbelt, but just not the “right” way are victimless crimes.  Our community and country has greater threats.

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