- Anarchy is mastering the art of living peacefully.
- Memorializing notable rock-stars and actors that have recently passed. Rest peacefully David Bowie, Glen Frey, David Margulies, and Alan Rickman.
- New Call-of-Shame with a Canadian C.R.A. agent: asking “how is ‘reported income‘ evidence that the laws apply?” results in her reflexively mischaracterizing the question as a “tax argument” and “debate.”
- Bureaucrat’s callous disregard for other people’s lives.
- Objecting when bureaucrats divert from your questioning.
- Recognizing when someone does not have the required evidence to back up their claims.
- Pinning-down exactly how property becomes claimed and controlled by governments.
- The aggressively vile nature of tax persecutions.
- What news stories get selected, and blacklisted, for the public’s consumption.
- Using the unsigned plea of guilty when you have a judge that’s interested in railroading and intimidating you.
- The predictable lack of accountability for those bureaucrats responsible for the toxic water crisis in Flint, MI.
- Pro-tip: issues of fact and evidence are stronger, and easier, cases to make than interpretive issues of law.
- The challenge of using money without supporting hierarchies.
- Al from CO: what’s really happening with the Oregon standoff? <> according to their own rules: the federal government cannot control land it hasn’t paid for [citation needed, post link in comments] <> how can you defeat the conflict-of-interest between the STATE prosecutor and the STATE judge? <> and how could STATE services be provided in an stateless society?
- Tate from WI: the local chatter generated by the “Making a Murderer” series in Wisconsin <> responding to a “rolling stop” traffic citation <> complements for simplifying a very complex system down to such lucid and meaningful constructs <> during the hearing the prosecutor threatened to enter a plea upon the defendant’s behalf in the absence of a judge <> is it recommended to file a written motion to dismiss instead making a verbal motion to dismiss? <> and is it viable to motion to dismiss on grounds of the prosecution’s lack of standing and a lack of a valid cause for action?
- Timigen from OK: escalated bond set and put in isolation for 5 days for mistaken charges initiated during a minor traffic stop after asking right-to-travel-type questions <> how should one go about identifying oneself when requested by the police <> vacating the judge’s conviction <> and the life ruining consequences of enhanced scrutiny from the STATE.
- Dan from ME: sat in jail for 3 days after failing to prevail making constitutional arguments on appeal for a traffic violation <> lessons learned <> threatened with contempt for asking for the grounds upon which the judge’s decision was based on <> and other tales of overcoming courtroom corruption.
- Bob from CA: endless frustration listening to the fallacy ridden Call of Shame recordings <> identifying violators of the “social contract” and golden rule <> publicly calling out fraud and fraudsters <> emancipating ourselves from arbitrary and coercive social frameworks <> we are really sharing things with one another, not really buying or owning like we’re conditioned to think <> rejecting artificial roles that people claim they are <> monetary discrimination <> and why do we continue to use labels that reinforce coercive hierarchies?