Enforce the present Texas and U.S. constitutions, until they
Issue opinion that Texas Constitution authorizes statute to
require carry of firearms to be open, but not to forbid carry.
Issue opinion that proprietors who forbid carrying firearms on
their premises, while not liable for criminal misuse of firearms there, are
liable for protection of those who, being disarmed, are not able to defend
Issue opinion that an application for a writ of quo
warranto must halt official enforcement actions until the official proves
his authority for the action by a logically unbroken chain of authority,
starting from the Constitution.
Issue opinion that in any dispute over whether an official has a
claimed power, the presumption is against such claim, and the burden of proof
is on him that he has such power.
Resurrect grand juries for investigation of official
Reform selection process to a sortition rather than present crony
Open grand juries to complaints by any person.
For criminal indictments, require that a grand jury not only find
there is sufficient evidence, but that the court has jurisdiction, and
designate a prosecutor, who may be a private citizen, with power to deputize a
Reform criminal due process.
Require all arguments of law to be made in the presence of a
Require that juries have copies of all legal pleadings on matters
of law, and access to an adequate law library.
Hold town hall meetings and hearingsacross the state, to
launch regular monthly forums where reformers of all kinds can meet and present
their complaints and proposals.
Restore the independence of the Texas Rangers — Give them
the primary mission of investigating official misconduct.
Do away with occupational licensure, in particular, of
lawyers. Eliminate the State Bar as anything but a professional
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