Political Karma

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Zero Aggression,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“The power you give a politician you love today, to do things you want, is a power that will be used tomorrow, by a politician you loathe, to do things you’ll hate.” – Jim Babka

My Commentary: This trend seems to elude most voters…

Kidnapping the Innocent… For Their Own Safety!

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

Almost 9 Out of 10 Arrested for Seat Belt Violations in Madison County Are Black:
https://www.clarionledger.com/story/news/politics/2018/03/14/almost-9-out-10-arrested-seat-belt-violations-madison-county-black/423120002/

() Nearly nine out of 10 people arrested for seat belt violations by Madison County sheriff’s deputies are black.

Though black residents make up less than 40 percent of the county’s population.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Kidnapping the innocent, for their own safety! 😉

Walk Away from the State Towards Justice

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

“Opt Out”

The Opt-Out Option:
http://everything-voluntary.com/the-opt-out-option

My Commentary: What’s a word that describe an individual who is only willing to fight for justice when there’s no personal risk involved, and 100% certainty of victory?

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!

That Which is Legal for Government, But Illegal for Citizenry

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Americans United Against the United States of America,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“This is an HK MP7. It is a submachine gun capable of full auto fire. This is banned for civilian ownership as it was created after 1986. This is the preferred weapon for the secret service and congressional security details. Remember our elected officials are civilian representatives. They are still civilians. When they retire from service they still are provided with security armed with weapons like this. They say there is no reason for average Americans to own weapons like this. So why do our representatives need weapons like this? Why is it acceptable to many Americans to allow their government officials to ban things that they themselves take advantage of? The idea that they deserve more rights and protections than ‘average’ Americans is placing themselves above all of us average people.”

My Commentary: There are two sets of laws – one for the “elect,” with their mercenaries – and one for the serf… Strangely, most Americans defend their position as second-class citizen!