Taxation=Theft

  Source: Lew Rockwell | By Jeff Thomas, International Man Theft is defined as “the taking of another person’s property or services without that person’s permission or consent.” Almost invariably, governments
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Men electrocuted with 24K volts trying to steal copper wire

  Source: Fox 2 Detroit DETROIT (WJBK) – Two men were found dead inside a public lighting substation in Detroit after police say they came into contact with 24,000 volts of
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The Feds Just Expanded Civil Asset Forfeiture ‘Laws’ Nationwide

  Source: Zero Hedge When you’re a government agency, asking for a tax increase is always a hassle. As Ryan McMaken notes, for the most part, taxpayers don’t like taxes, and if asked
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Wells Fargo Is Trying to Bury Another Massive Scandal

  Source: Government Slaves   The bank became notorious last year for creating fake accounts on behalf of customers. Now it’s trying to kill a class-action lawsuit over shady debit
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If a Government Can Deny Any One Truth Government Can Deny Any Other Truth or Even All Truth*

By Je Suis Spike     If a government can deny any one truth, it can deny any other truth.  If a government can lie by changing the meaning of
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Police [CSOs] Enter Unlocked Vehicles to Remind You to Lock Up Under New “Gotcha!” Program

  The Rundown Live | Kristan T. Harris | October 1, 2015   How would you feel knowing local police are entering your car when it is unlocked?   Dixon police are
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DEA Strikes Again: Seize Man’s Life Savings Under Civil Asset Forfeiture Without Charges

Source: Zero Hedge Tyler Durden on 05/18/2015 18:35 -0400 Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, All the money – $16,000 in cash – that Joseph Rivers said he
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Chicken Thieves: Police Confiscate Poultry & Destroy Them; No Charges Filed

Source: Political Outcast For some reason the New Bern police decided that a guy with a lot of chicken and roosters must be engaged in illegal cockfighting. That is how
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