Oct. 26, 2015 Kaye Beach The conversation surrounding the supposed impending enforcement of the federal REAL ID Act is so muddled that it is virtually impossible for anyone to develop an informed opinion on the matter. I am trying to … Continue reading →
Kaye Beach 10/22/2015 I admit that I am astonished to discover that many people in the Great State of Oklahoma do not yet understand that their Oklahoma state driver’s license and ID cards are biometric. I am not really surprised … Continue reading →
Kaye Beach | Oct. 6, 2015 The headlines are scary.
Vaguely worded policies issued by the federal Department of Homeland Security and sensational headlines have allowed misconceptions about the actual consequences of not having a REAL ID to grow.
The very worst possible consequences of not having not having a REAL ID card are actually quite minimal. …Continue reading →
Sept. 20, 2015
Sen. Kyle Loveless is the author of SB 838, the Personal Asset Protection Act which would give more protection to innocent property owners from the practice of civil asset forfeiture. It is a good bill …
“all fingerprints of Texans are now being run through the state’s criminal database” says former DPS employee. Continue reading →
“Kaye Beach’s lawsuit, is the only substantial challenge to government mandated biometric ID, to my knowledge, that exists anywhere in our country.” Continue reading →
What we have now is a potential property rights disaster in the making Continue reading →