Phil Hewkin’s Cartoon Says It All…

Phil Hewkin is an artist and a gun owner.  He believes, as I do, that owning private property should not land you in prison, nor should it cost you your life savings or your family home.  All three of those

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Donna Montague Speaks Out on Criminal Case Against Her Husband

My name is Donna Montague. I am married to former Ontario gunsmith Bruce Montague. I have had Enough! I am thoroughly disgusted! It is bad enough that the news media reports inflammatory positions about Bruce without verifying their data …..

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Bruce Montague’s Response to Forfeiture Order

By now you must all be aware of the ruling we received from the appeal court of Ontario a couple of days ago. I am not really surprised that we lost but I am surprised that they decided to increase

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Gunsmith Bruce Montague, Dr. Henry Morgentaler and Abortion Law

That may seem an odd title but it will make sense shortly. The Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in R. v. Montague, 2014 ONCA 439, in which the government’s desire to seize Bruce Montague’s complete firearms and ammunition

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Civil Asset Forfeiture and the Lack of Due Process

I’ve written on civil asset forfeiture a lot lately and in response to my latest article, BC Civil Asset Forfeiture Office Proud to Steal From Mere Citizens, I received a email from Zoey DeGarmo asking if I would post an

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BC Civil Asset Forfeiture Office Proud to Steal From Mere Citizens

My wife, bless her heart, cuts out articles from the newspaper for me. I’m sure she thinks she’s doing me a favour, but most of the time the articles she cuts out just make my blood boil, such as the

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Minnesota’s Courageous Reform of Civil Asset Foreiture Law

Five years ago scandal over the horrific abuse of Minnesota’s civil asset forfeiture law rocked the state. Their Metro Gang Strike Force (disbanded in the wake of the scandal) among others, grossly abused the power given them by the state’s

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Civil Asset Forfeiture Finally Hits The Right Mark

Justice comes in many forms, but the delicious irony of the seizure of a former Sheriff’s vehicle using civil asset forfeiture law is almost too good to be true. This past January in New Mexico 21-year-old Sylvia Solano crashed her

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Common Sense Finally Prevails in Russ Caswell’s Civil Forfeiture Nightmare

Russ Caswell, now 70, spent the last two years fighting local, state and federal agencies over who owns Motel Caswell, the motel owned by his family since 1955. I first wrote about Russ Caswell and his civil asset forfeiture nightmare

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Canadian Constitution Foundation comes to Montague Family’s aid

The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) will take on Bruce & Donna Montague’s case after Doug Christie’s death left them without counsel to fight property forfeiture under Ontario’s Civil Forfeiture Law. The Canadian Constitution Foundation (http://www.theccf.ca) announced today that it would

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Under Agenda 21 “Property Seizure” is Seen as “Profit-Sharing” by Jane Gaffin

Canada’s Constitution is the supreme law. Any law passed by any federal, provincial, or territorial government that is inconsistent with the constitution is invalid. The next highest law in the pecking order of paramountcy is the Criminal Code of Canada

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Does the Yukon Territory really need a pseudo-police department to deal with drug dealers, bootleggers and prostitutes?

Does the Yukon Territory really need another layer of bureaucracy to do the job the RCMP is already paid to do?  Apparently, the answer to that question is a resounding YES! according to Yukon’s Parliament. If that shocks you, you’re

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