Famous Scriptural Example of Law Enforcement

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “The Art of Not Being Governed,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“It is very Biblical to enforce the law.” – Sarah Sanders, in justifying separating children from their parents at the border.

My Commentary: Indeed… And, the crucifixion of Mashiach would provide a great example of this principle.

New Jersey Finally Approves Medical Marijuana for Treatment of Anxiety, Migraines, Tourette’s, and Chronic Pain

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Medical Marijuana in N.J. is Now Available for Chronic Pain, Anxiety, Migraines:
http://www.nj.com/marijuana/2018/03/chronic_pain_anxiety_migraine_sufferers_may_apply.html#incart_most-read_

(Payton Guion and Susan K. Livio) Effectively immediately, doctors in New Jersey can recommend their patients use medical marijuana to treat anxiety, various forms of chronic pain, migraines and Tourette’s syndrome.

The conditions have been added under the first stage of a wide-ranging expansion of the medicinal marijuana program announced Tuesday by Gov. Phil Murphy .

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Do you think NJ’s criminal government will clear the records of those victims they previously kidnapped, robbed, stripped, caged, and extorted merely for engaging in this exact peaceful, victimless activity, before it magically became “legal”? I’m asking for a friend. 😉

Most Laws Represent the Violent Enforcement of Personal Preferences

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“[IL]LEGAL”

There Ought Not Be a Law:
http://reason.com/archives/2018/03/13/there-ought-not-be-a-law

() Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin wants limits on virtual currencies, like Bitcoin, that help people keep their financial lives private from folks like him. Senator Dianne Feinstein wants government regulation of political speech by foreign agents—or maybe just by people with whom she disagrees. Gun control activists want more restrictions with which to threaten peaceful gun owners so that violent predators who break laws will have more things to ignore.

If ever there was a “there oughta be a law moment,” we’re living in it. At least, we’re living in one of all too many such moments. Because people are forever looking to the law as the solution to the ills they perceive in the world around them—often only to spackle over the failures of the previous round of laws. In the process, they’re forever forgetting that laws are usually nothing more than codified prejudices, imposed against resistant populations, by sometimes incompetent and often corrupt enforcers.

(Read entire article here…)

My CommentaryNo Victim, No Crime, control freaks…

Vote-begging the State to violently enforce your personal preferences upon the peaceful? You might just be a Statist!

Pathocrats in Washington Hastily Approve Bill to Shield Their Records from Public

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Senator Sam Hunt, D-Olympia, and Representative Zack Hudgins, D-Tukwila, at a joint work session at the Capitol

Washington State Lawmakers Make Speedy Move to Shield Their Records from the Public:
https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/politics/without-debate-state-senate-approves-open-records-bill-that-keeps-many-lawmakers-records-closed/

() Forget everything you ever learned about how a bill becomes a law. Forget those public hearings, floor debates and deliberations.

With breathtaking speed, Washington lawmakers passed a bill Friday that removed themselves from the state’s voter-approved Public Records Act — keeping years of emails and other documents off-limits and making the Legislature its own gatekeeper when it comes to secrecy.

Senate Bill 6617 passed the Senate, without debate, 41-7. Minutes later, House lawmakers approved it 83-14.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary#Pathocracy

Abbreviating the Law of Liberty

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork, being shared by an acquaintance from here, and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

"Hey Constitutionalists: If you must worship a piece of paper, How about this one? 'Do what you wish, as long as it does not harm anyone'."

“Hey Constitutionalists: If you must worship a piece of paper, How about this one? ‘Do what you wish, as long as it does not harm anyone’.”

My Commentary: “Speak and so do as those who will be judged by the Law of Liberty.” – Yaaqob (“James”) 2:12