If the state is not violence, there must be some evidence of when I voluntarily agreed to it. Well, where is it? I don't seem to remember doing that.
Unless you can email me a hard copy you're going to have to admit that the state is violence. Then you've got to be morally consistent about that. May the odds be ever in your favour.
If you read the foreword to "The Rights of Man" by Thomas Paine, you will see what I think is the first reference to the concept of a contract bewteen men as to how they are to govern themselves.. If you read "The Putney Debates" (English Civil War) you will not see the word "contract" but the word "engagement" is used insteads
You do not need an endorsed contract. Silence can be assumed to mean consent. Have you participated in society? If you have than you have accepted contract!
by jill-of-all trade 8 years ago
I was curious if anyone else has had to do this...and the best way possible? I have a contractor I need to fire due to condition and breach of contract, the problem is how do I get my deposit back? His time and material in the job does not exceed that of the deposit. Yet far less than his required...
by Laurel Rogers 8 years ago
Thank God for civil rights!NPR BREAKING NEWS:Reports: California's Ban On Same-Sex Marriages Ruled UnconstitutionalA federal judge in San Francisco has overturned Proposition 8 in a landmark case that could eventually land before the U.S. Supreme Court. Two gay couples sued, claiming the...
by lady_love158 8 years ago
The left constantly accuses to the pundits on the right of promoting violence, of being haters, but Glenn Beck is publicly calling for all Americans to commit to non-violence and to sign his pledge. Will you?http://www.glennbeck.com/2011/01/13/gle … nd-media/#
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