State troopers take private sector by storm, bully travelers into commerce

print The state enforces traffic laws against people it identifies as customers. While in public statements it utters the relational terminology of provider-customer, in practice it enforces by coercion and threat a commercial jurisdiction upon private parties and private noncommercial use of the public right of way. The agencies enforce laws pertaining to commerce even upon what the state constitution calls the “free people” in the state of Tennessee, and imposes civil death penalties on those who violate claims. By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 The civil death sentence is the effective ban on the exercise of free callings, livelihoods, … Continue reading State troopers take private sector by storm, bully travelers into commerce