But, Without Government, Who Would Privatize the Tax-FundedRoads?

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

“🚫 [No Parking] During Stadium Events Except Residents – Tow Zone”

City Workers Busted For Closing Street By United Center So Friends Can Park:
https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20170717/near-west-side/13-city-workers-disciplined-for-arranging-free-parking-near-united-center

(Heather Cherone) Thirteen city employees have been disciplined for their role in a scheme that blocked off a street near the United Center so their friends and relatives could park for free during Bulls and Blackhawks games, Inspector General Joseph Ferguson said.

Inspectors working for the city’s watchdog staked out 16 games at the United Center from April 2015 to February 2016 — including nine Blackhawks playoff games — and witnessed employees of the Office of Emergency Management allowing 62 cars to park for free on the west side of Wood Street between Madison Street and Warren Boulevard, Ferguson said in his quarterly report released Monday.

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My Commentary: But… MUH Roadssss. :'(

Discussing How Government Breaks Your Leg, Offers You a Crutch, Then Expects Full Appreciation for the “Service”

The following correspondence originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “Government: Breaks Your Leg, Offers You a Crutch, Then Expects Full Appreciation for the ‘Service’“…

Rebecca Mueller, who owns the mobile fashion boutique, "North & Hudson"

Rebecca Mueller, who owns the mobile fashion boutique, “North & Hudson”

Rayn: Government: breaks your leg, offers you a crutch, then says, “see – if it weren’t for me, you wouldn’t be walking!”

Dear City Hall: The Wait Time for My Permit Almost Squashed My Small Business:
http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20160706/OPINION/160709954/permit-for-a-chicago-small-business-takes-a-long-time-writes-north

Rasool M.: You are right

Government: Breaks Your Leg, Offers You a Crutch, Then Expects Full Appreciation for the “Service”

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Rebecca Mueller, who owns the mobile fashion boutique, "Hudson & North"

Rebecca Mueller, who owns the mobile fashion boutique, “North & Hudson”

Dear City Hall: The Wait Time for My Permit Almost Squashed My Small Business:
http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20160706/OPINION/160709954/permit-for-a-chicago-small-business-takes-a-long-time-writes-north

(Rebecca Mueller) If you are thinking of starting a small business in Chicago, you might want to have an attorney lined up to help push things through City Hall.

Last week, my mobile fashion boutique, North & Hudson, finally hit the streets after months of sitting on the sidelines waiting for approval from the city.

After leaving my career in finance and graduating from fashion school, I watched dozens of my classmates flee Chicago for places like New York or Los Angeles. But I was determined to stay here in Chicago and to support local fabric and manufacturing businesses with orders from my clothing line.

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My Commentary: Government: breaks your leg, offers you a crutch, then says, “see – if it weren’t for me, you wouldn’t be walking!”

Government is a Legally-Protected Guarantee of Criminality

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Former Chicago Police Commander Burge

Former Chicago Police Commander Burge

Cop Ties Bag Over Man’s Head, Calls Him “N*gger” and Tases His Genitals, Gets to Keep Pension:
http://filmingcops.com/cop-ties-bag-over-mans-head-calls-him-ngger-and-tases-his-genitals-gets-to-keep-pension/

 A now-former Chicago police officer will be rewarded with a $4000/month pension despite the fact that he was found responsible for the false imprisonment and torture of over 100 African American males.

Officer Jon Burge was a police commander for over a decade in Chicago.

During his time as a commander, he oversaw a literal torture ring for innocent black people that his officers scooped up from the streets and framed.

The torture used on these victims included electrical shocks, genital torture, suffocation, bludgeoning, and isolation to name but a few techniques.

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My Commentary: “Anarchy is no guarantee that some people won’t kill, injure, kidnap, defraud, or steal from others. Government is a [legally-protected] guarantee that some will.” – Gustave de Molinari

Statism. Not even once.

Feedback on Homeless Rapper, Solow Redline’s Passionate Song

I originally posted the following video and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Homeless Rapper, Solow Redline, Blesses Chicago Straphangers With Passionate Song:

My Commentary: Absolutely riveting!