Archive - January 2010
The Doctrine of Acquiescence
Often times, patriot mythology sounds great on the surface. Case in point, this coffee call revolving around the chain of custody of the Constitution.
Patriots and their strange games
The anti-tax movement has spawned a huge number of well-intentioned people with highfalutin rhetoric about how the tax code in the US (and most of her allies) is purely voluntary and no citizen in the US needs to pay or file a return. The interesting part of this argument is, on the surface, they’re right. Sadly, the ones beating the IRS in court are the bait for the trap.
The Matrix – How Much do you Really Know?
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Patriots Are a Bigger Part of the Problem Than What They Fight
The topic of the post around which this conversation took place was his call for the arrest of five US Supreme Court Justices for what he called “treason.” I politely informed him that if you claim rights on a constitutional basis, you’re trespassing on another’s copyright, and that he had no constitutional rights. I showed him in case law where what I said was the truth, and challenged him to prove me wrong. I even went so far as to offer my phone number so that he could call me and we could discuss this issue.