Paying penny a day, people yield rights, avoid the accuser

print My correspondent Levi is a working man in middle Tennessee. A self-made legal scholar, Levi often sends me trenchant analyses of deep state activity in Tennessee, particularly as it shows itself in the area of the people’s free movement by car. The state refuses to recognize basic rights of property in movement. By movement people exercise many other rights — religion, free assembly, exchanging goods and services, use of firearms, voting. But state government has an idol, which is its own self, and so it categorically rejects the people’s claims to freedom and liberty. But few people make such … Continue reading Paying penny a day, people yield rights, avoid the accuser