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A good read is Lysander Spooner he lowered the price of letter dilevery from $3.50 to $0.06. Government even wrote a law to stop him. Explains the the constitution and other items you can down load for free.
1 year, 9 months ago on Nullification: The Basics – Tenth Amendment Center Blog
OK however you have rights to your life. Also a constitution is a contract so when born your not under the contract of your parents. This is the difference between natural law compared to admiral law. Also the seperation of liberty to tyranny. Restricts the government to contractual law to pay debts, and protect its population. In return the people are to live honestly to hurt no one and give everyone his due.
I read another paper on the people being the final say for each state. Having said that I believe what is being said is about the state upholding our rights from the federal criminals so a civil war does not need to be started. So if you didn't like your states standing you could move and there by reduce the power of the state and federal governments. A example of this would be going to court as a jurist ona case of a bank robber. Lets say he took the money and no other "crime" was committed even though he was charged with others. How could you call him guilty when more money was stolen from everyone from the banks? Seems like he just made a withdraw. Inflation is just another way to tax everyone. The last one holding the money was paid the least. The first one to get the money (banks, insuance, other corperations on the lamb) have the highest rate of return. So you are taxed at a higher rate on your income tax than you think.
The president is an Islamist. How do we get this Big Brid and his terrorist friends out of the country? The proof is on his ring finger. Been there for 30 years.
2 years ago on The most basic question on PBS
The president is an Islamist. how do we get rid of him? proof is on his ring finger. part of the beast it's been there also 30 years. no wonder americans are targets
2 years ago on James Madison: putting principle over pragmatism