‘Rebuttable presumption’ keeps motorists in thrall; how to rebut ‘driver’ status?

printLocal economy has a theory strongly lococentric and insists on bottom-up reform; it has little hope in top-down reform, especially where constitutional liberties are in view. Reform cannot be expected top down is because of the lobbies and interests surrounding the political, economic and other abuses that are systematic and some of which are not noticeable, even among moral and sensitive people. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio I consider here the powerful interests that keep transportation statutes in Tennessee and other states enforced against private and noncommercial users of the roadways across the U.S. Because of their hegemony, their … Continue reading ‘Rebuttable presumption’ keeps motorists in thrall; how to rebut ‘driver’ status?