So if you are a private company running a business and you leave three pails of radioactive ore lying around that exposes children on bus tours to 4,000 times the allowable limit of radiation within just a few seconds of… Read More ›
Posts about government’s negative manipulation and impact on the American citizen.
It’s interesting how we learn about some expressions when we are young, and we weave them into our world view, based on nothing, only for them to become so difficult to unwind from that same fabric in later years, despite… Read More ›
In California, non commercial cars pay commercial tax, but commercial cars pay no commercial tax. This is Government.
In California, all pickup trucks are considered commercial vehicles – vehicles used to earn an income. All of them. Doesn’t matter what you use it for; nor its size, nor trim, nor make nor model. Like Plato’s forms, if it… Read More ›
I’ve accepted the fact that none of us can own our house, or own our land or our cars – even after we completely pay for them. That’s just a fact. Most of us agree we do own ourselves, because… Read More ›
Nobody reads the back of the paper you get from the DMV that you sign to renew your driver’s license, but let me tell you what it says as I just got mine… First, if you kill someone from a… Read More ›
It’s pretty obvious how the Government, mostly Liberals or Democrats, will take away your guns or ban you from getting any. And I am sure the Republicans won’t get in the way – I have yet to figure out what… Read More ›
The following article is by John W. Whitehead and was reproduced from LewRockwell.com. Nervous About Traffic Stops? I Am. You Should Be, Too By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute November 28, 2017 “Quit resisting.”—Cops yell at compliant young man… Read More ›
So last week I did a search for this attempted terrorist attack in North Carolina on the websites for FOX, MSNBC and CNN. None of them had a single article on it. How is it that a man can leave… Read More ›
What is the difference between the Government chaining me to a soup kitchen where I ladle out soup and bread to poor people for four hours a day as a slave, or just me working in my office all day… Read More ›