How state snips quills of constitutional rights, manhandles ‘free’ people

print A Lawrenceburg, Tenn., man goes on trial Tuesday on criminal charges that he is using the public roadways without a driver’s license. The arguments of Arthur Jay Hirsch are remarkably insightful, and much in line with my own analysis about the purportedly lost right to use a car without having to ask the state for permission. — DJT By David Tulis As a citizen of this state you positively bristle. You are protected by rights and immunities that make you resemble a porcupine. If you sat down with a pencil and counted out your rights you would consume all … Continue reading How state snips quills of constitutional rights, manhandles ‘free’ people