- Catch any of the past No STATE Project podcasts and a listing of our affiliates on the website.
- Marc’s, to-be-soon-released, EPIC Call-of-Shame with a “veteran” mid-level IRS supervisor Phil from Maine: “Evidence Laws Apply? It’s Assumed.”
- Supervisor stonewalling at the Maine State Tax Agency.
- The speechless stooper that the “iron fist in a velvet glove” effect will leave you in when you question the most dangerous superstition.
- The opinion that the constitution and laws apply to you is an argument, not a statement of fact.
- Jimmy Vaughn to return to the Phoenix valley next week after the show.
- Examining government’s inconsistency with the golden rule/NAP.
- Addressing the poorly mounted criticisms from “the critics” of why we are able to repeatedly get tickets dismissed from court.
- You have to write your legal paperwork at an eighth grade english comprehension level.
- Greg’s recent AiLL success story: another ticket kicked from CA traffic courts.
- Constantly refining an effective framework and reworking the scripts to make them more concise and shorter.
- Requesting the prosecution and complainant drop the ticket if they cannot address the issues raised in the paperwork.
- Bill Buppert‘s take on how and why one should #overwhelmthesystem.
- Al‘s suggestion about filing complaints with the DOJ.
- The real degree of social disorder in Detroit.
- Mario Savio on the operation of the machine circa 1964.
- Effectively using the unsigned plea of guilt as a leverage.
- Jeff from IN/AZ: advancing a complaint of judicial misconduct against judge Young years ago <> the use of municipal and state traffic cameras in AZ <> thoughts on the newest CoS: applying the same coercive and assumptive standards towards the IRS in the same way they do to their victims <> and upcoming workshop dates and venues.
- Joey from SC: Success Story: two tickets kicked from court this past Tuesday by asking questions of evidence to prove jurisdiction <> cop pulls the defendants aside out of court to legally advise them that the “argument would not hold up in court” <> litigating beyond plea-bargain offers <> the cop was “surprised” by how “very well written” the motion was <> and how real court experience is valuable for when the next time a bureaucrat decides to mount a legal attack.
- Tom from MI: update on the 4th appearance of an ongoing traffic court proceeding; cop polls the defendant out into the hall and seeks adjournment <> civil-disobedience by questioning the prosecutor’s baseless legal assertions <> disgruntled “welfare mom” using the police to harass her neighbor <> using court experience to better navigate the legal system in the future <> using their laws and PR against them <> and developing and having a “plan B” ready in case of “plan A” failure.