MJI’s Rice speaks on open carry lawsuit

After it was announced yesterday that a federal court has ordered the City of Jackson to never again act on its own to restrict the right to openly carry a firearm, director of the Mississippi Justice Institute Aaron Rice stopped by the studio today to talk about the lawsuit. According to Rice, the lawsuit actually … Continue reading “MJI’s Rice speaks on open carry lawsuit”

Mississippi Warriors: inspired by 9/11

  Way before becoming the director of the Mississippi Justice Institute, Aaron Rice was a high school kid going through his morning routine when a group of 19 militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al Qaeda hijacked four airplanes. Within two hours, 3,000 people would be dead and another 25,000 would be injured. 9/11 … Continue reading “Mississippi Warriors: inspired by 9/11”

MJI is continuing litigation against Lumumba

At the tail end of April, the Mississippi Justice Institute (MJI) filed a lawsuit on behalf of Representative Dana Criswell against the city of Jackson and Mayor Chokwe Lumumba for temporarily banning the open carry of firearms within the capital city. Even though the ban did not last long as the Jackson City Council unanimously … Continue reading “MJI is continuing litigation against Lumumba”

MS Justice Institute Director Aaron Rice on @TheJTShow

Aaron Rice(Director – Mississippi Justice Institute) stops by the studio to talk about the problems surrounding Civil Asset Forfeiture and the need for some adjustments to be made to protect citizens. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Aaron Rice – Executive Director Mississippi Justice Institute | @TheJTShow

Aaron Rice(Executive Director – Mississippi Justice Institute) stopped by the studio to talk with JT about the now illegal administrative forfeitures conducted by Mississippi Law Enforcement agencies and to discuss the proposed food truck regulations in Tupelo. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –