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  • Gnome insists on roadway rights apart from licensing demands

    An unwelcome sight, especially for users of the road who as a matter of free market and constutional principle refuse to drive under license. ( Photo from http://www.lasvegasnevadadui.com/wordpress/about/)

    An unwelcome sight, especially for users of the road who as a matter of free market and constitutional principle refuse to drive under license. (Photo from http://www.lasvegasnevadadui.com/wordpress/about/)

    To hear free users of the public roads tell it, no obligation exists for a private motorist to obtain a driver’s license. To petition for a driver’s license is to enter into a contract with the state to partake of an act as a privilege when, in fact, that act of motoring can be done as a matter of right. Please read more.

  • 1997 Tenn. case says you have right to travel, but not by car

    Stops like this one in Florence, S.C., are points of conflict between free users of the road and the state/police licensing apparatus. (Photo cityofflorence.com)

    Stops like this one in Florence, S.C., are points of conflict between free users of the road and the state/police licensing apparatus. (Photo cityofflorence.com)

    Robert Booher decided, after much reading, to use the roads in and around Waverly, Tenn., as a matter of right and not as a privilege. He was arrested and charged for using a vehicle without a current driver’s license. The Tennessee court of criminal appeals says in its 1997 decision that the right to travel is wholly distinct from the use of the roads by drivers, whom it says must be licensed. Please read more.

  • 15 years in prison for 7 shotgun shells; U.S.’ tender mercies


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    Edward Young has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for inadvertently being in possession of 7 shotgun shells. The man with a felony record was ensnared in a U.S. prosecution that occurred in state jurisdiction. His four children wept uncontrollably when he was sentenced. Attorney Chris Varner explains the injustice against which he plans to appeal the sentence. 22 minutes.

  • Cash boosts local economy, avoids ID hacks, Winsett says

    Paying cash helps put more liquidity into local economy.

    Paying cash helps put more liquidity into local economy.

    Local economy is safe. Local economy is paying cash to people you know. National economy is not safe. Its chain stores swipe your plastic card into a reader and set you up for unwanted excitement. Thirteen million people a year are victims of identity theft. Please read more.

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