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  • Keith and stuff's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:45 PM
    I spoke with the best legislator in Maine today. He said he tried to address the notify the police issue and 21 year old police in his state's Constitutional Carry law. There was very little support from politicians in either party. Looks like they are stuck with that junk in Maine for at least a few years, if not much longer :( In Maine they had an excuse for a extremely problematic bill. The ME House was Democrat controlled when they passed Constitutional Carry. ND is very Republican. There was no excuse. Maybe a bunch of legislators just don't trust folks or support the Constitution there? I don't live there and haven't spent more than 24 hours there so I'm trying not to judge.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:16 PM
    Of course it does!! As in "I ken get you something when I go to the store"...
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:12 PM
    Yes, I'm familiar with it. I don't believe you have a right to "not be terrorized" if your definition of "terrorized" is being scared by some action that does not do actual harm. If you think dressing up as a creepy clown harms you in some way I would like you to quantify that harm... That said, if someone punches a "creepy clown" that's a risk the guy takes and he will have to deal with that in whatever manner he seems just.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
    Those were the days... Someone with honest integrity who wasn't afraid to tell the truth and the liars in D.C. and the bought press did everything to shoot the messenger... If his message was actually covered fairly I believe the people would have voted the good Dr. into the white house and by now we would have peace and prosperity!
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:28 PM
    Sorry but everyone should have the liberty to be as creepy as they want as long as they don't hurt anyone or take property that isn't theirs. I don't recall anything about having a right to not be creeped out... And 5 years for a mask?? What crazy statist wrote that law?? I hope the courts overturn this nonsense...
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:25 PM
    Whats a "Danke"???
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  • Keith and stuff's Avatar
    03-23-2017, 10:10 PM
    That is silly. This is one of the more restrictive Constitutional Carry laws in the nation. It won't increase crime. The only crime it could increase is if someone doesn't inform police to carrying or carries in ND without a valid license or similar government ID, which is required under the new law.
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  • Keith and stuff's Avatar
    03-23-2017, 10:07 PM
    It was signed into law tonight! There are only 4 issues with the new law. -You have a duty to notify the police when stopped (like in Maine) -You have to have had a state government ID for at least 1 year before the new law applies to you (never heard of something like this before) but it could limit youth and minor criminals from being allowed to CC. Also, if you believe liberals, it will also limit black people, poor people, and the elderly, but that's a huge stretch. -You have to carry a valid state government issued ID with you if you carry concealed or photos of the front and back on a mobile device that you let police use to look up your information while they detain you. So if you DL is revoked because you forgot to pay a speeding ticket or something, you no longer have Constitutional Carry privileges. -It appears to have an age restriction. This is even being reported by the media, those the law doesn't specifically say it. Anyway, great news overall. The governor signed it very quickly. According to the above article, the new law starts in August :)
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    03-22-2017, 06:36 PM
    I have a picture of Massie sitting in my Ron Paul Liberty Corvette!! (actually it had the Rand Paul wrap at that time)...
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  • Keith and stuff's Avatar
    03-22-2017, 02:13 PM
    Yes. That's exactly what it is, even today IMO.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 02:53 PM
    Goonerment intelligence is a contradiction in terms...
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    03-21-2017, 07:06 AM
    I'm just surprised that they've kept him on this long. Long live the Judge!!!!
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  • Keith and stuff's Avatar
    03-19-2017, 11:08 PM
    NH now has great home school laws as do many states. As far as I know, though, NH is still the only state with a program set-up to reimburse parents their home school expenses. Though, not all parents qualify for it. TN had much worse homeschooling laws when I was a kid. I have no idea what they are like now. NH has the best weapons laws in the nation. Border state VT has the 2nd best Constitutional Carry law in the nation, only after NH. NH is designed to allow people to have as much or as little tax burden as they want. Unlike almost every other state that either has a high general sales tax, high personal income tax, or some combination of the two, NH has neither. You can literally avoid almost all state and local taxes in NH if you really want to do so. Of course, just like in other states, most voters demand government services. In some NH communities voters want services on par with the average state. To accomplish this property taxes have to be very high. In towns where voters want the government to do less than in most of the country, property taxes are high. Then there are those communities filled with small government folks that want the government to do far less in their community than what it does in almost all of the county. Those communities have average, low, or even no property taxes. But property values vary widely even within towns. This makes a much bigger difference in the Northeast than in the flyover states. Typically, if you live on the ocean, a lake, or beach, your property is worth more. If you live in trailer park, the woods, or one of the few depressed areas, your property is worth less. Another option is to rent an apartment. Units all over the largest city in NH range from $1,000 to $1,400 for a 3-4 bd. You can find rent lower in most rural areas if you look very hard. That means no income, no sales, and no property taxes. People born in NH might not always think about tax strategies, but those purposely moving here can get it. You very likely can pay less taxes and still have an excellent job living in any state other than AK, where the economy is doing poorly and the cost of living is extremely high.
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  • Keith and stuff's Avatar
    03-19-2017, 10:27 PM
    UT already has a high smoking age. It is a pretty decent state when it comes to business regulations (except for companies involving smoking or drinking) but the people there sound like the fun police. Yup, the people there are as anti-fun as the people in ID, but they are worse than average. #33 (1 is best)
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    03-18-2017, 05:17 PM
    Thanks for the neg rep Devil21. Your reason for the neg rep is flawed however (just like your position). You neg repped me for not looking at your links but I've make it clear to you that I have no need to visit them and indeed I will not waste my time!! You can't add a burden for ME to try to listen to your nonsense. I've put a simple question to you and you continue to refuse to answer it so you are simply acting like a troll now. If you are NOT a troll then answer the question and prove your point to me and everyone else... (maybe I should give you neg rep for being a troll...)
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    03-17-2017, 04:57 AM
    Goons gonna goon... I'm sure if he had just recited the correct words about how he had freed himself from the UCC contract that puts him in their power they would have just turned and walked away...
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    03-17-2017, 04:52 AM
    If I ask a "judge" or other goon about what power in the UCC makes me a slave they would laugh at me. I'm asking you because you are here and you are the one who decided to promote that idea. You still haven't answered, have you...?
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    03-16-2017, 08:35 PM
    You gave me a bunch of sources to follow that will lead me nowhere. I gave you a simple question that you have yet to answer... HOW does any so-called "law" (UCC) take a child of God and turn them into "property"?? It's a simple question and instead of posting a bunch of guys giving hours long "research" - how about just answering the question?? I'm still waiting... (but don't feel too bad because I've NEVER gotten an answer to this question)
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  • Keith and stuff's Avatar
    03-16-2017, 10:22 AM
    This is a clear case of judicial activism by leftist judges. The intent and text of the law is clear and easy to understand. A terrible ruling. The upside is that instead of focusing on actually legislation, most of which is harmful to people, the legislators of Maine might spend the next several years in big debates over technical corrections to most of Maine's laws. Of course, I'm only dreaming about this possible upside :( :toady:
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    03-16-2017, 10:15 AM
    The far right party took 2nd place, while the center-right party in control took 1st place again. The former 2nd place party, a center-left party, was badly damaged. The right went from a minority of the seats, though some of the right and left were able to form a combined government, to a straight-up majority of the seats. Likely, the leader of the center-right largest party will stay in power and the body will move to the right on policy. Likely good news for almost everyone in that nation.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    03-16-2017, 08:29 AM
    Yes indeed. Life is a bit of a contradiction. Words do have meaning but the listener doesn't have to react in any special way because they heard some specific words. I was mainly looking for "laws" (or court decisions) regarding my being able to record in there (it appears their "laws" do not allow that). Since I do not see any easy way to get back into the country that avoids going through "their" confined areas I was looking for "tools" to use against them. So far the best "tool" was the one provided by the goons themselves when they provided me a copy of their "authority" which clearly stated they could "inspect and search" and nothing else was listed. I used those words against them and stated that I was in front of them and they can "inspect and search" me and then they must let me go because they have no other "jurisdiction"... Of course these goons "believe" in their words written on paper even though I do not. Using their own rules against them is the best way I know to deal with them. I could try "magic sovereign man" words but I've never seen them work in any consistent way. The very few limited times I've seen them produce results it looked to me like the "officers" were simply frustrated trying to deal with what appeared to them to be mentally unstable people and they probably thought it was not worth their trouble to deal with them so they let them go. Anyway, to anyone reading this - use the sovereign man arguments at your own peril. I wish you the best in any conflict with the goons and if you get lucky with those tools more power to you. Just realize that goons have no limits on what they can do when they feel like no one is looking...
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