“Inherent rights” of government bodies

The Kewpee Kid, a long-time friend and supporter of The Price of Liberty, has an excellent commentary about events in the Racine area of Wisconsin on his webzine, The Racinian, published today (16th of May, 2019). Please go read it and share it!

Although it deals with a purely local issue, he makes some excellent points about “rights” of government bodies and how these so-called rights are used to ride roughshod over the real rights of real people.  It applies to “artificial persons,” also, like companies.

Like money and power, governments have no rights except those that the organization steals from people.  The situation there in Caledonia, Wisconsin is far from unique.

Unless such actions are fought as the evil that they are, things will just get worse. To a large degree, this is why we are in the bad situation in which we find ourselves in the Fifty States. Here in 2019.

About TPOL Nathan

Follower of Christ Jesus (christian), Pahasapan, Westerner, Lover of Liberty, Free-Market Anarchist, Engineer, Army Officer, Husband, Father, Historian, Writer.
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1 Response to “Inherent rights” of government bodies

  1. beau says:

    people have rights. govts have no rights, only power.

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