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Part 3 of Self-inflicted Eviction: Good Intentions

Part 3 of Self-inflicted Eviction: Confusion – Good Intentions By Deception and Legislation

Here is Part 3 of Self-inflicted Eviction, which goes beyond the emotional voting aspects of increasing ones property taxes. The good intentions of those that see or perceive needs in society often get legislation passed that creates a taxing authority (sub-division). The majority of these Sub-divisions are most often unfunded – except by self-imposed taxation. This mean that the county may be required to have a certain taxing sub-division but that does not mean that the Citizens have to fund it.

Levies: The Hot Issue

The issue of Levies is HOT across the nation. We have received tax relief at the Federal level and yet the local level is making home ownership almost impossible. Most Citizens do not know they are virtually evicting themselves and those that are renters don’t care what happens to property owners. The Confusion is that most Citizens have no clear understanding of the various Boards, better know as taxing sub-divions, regarding responsibilities and accountability. This is most true about having any idea of how and why these entities exist legislatively or what their real budgetary needs are.

Part 4 of this series will get into a lot more detail about the sub-divisions. Just to be clear, the deception is in the way the confusion of the laws are written and how levies are presented by the sub-divisions.  The good intentioned members of taxing authorities will always play on the emotions of the Citizenry. Most importantly they are culpable in taxing home owners into eviction to maintain their bureaucracy.

Part 3 of Self-inflicted Eviction: Confusion – Good Intentions By Deception and Legislation

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1-3-15 Program: 2014 in Review and Whats Up for 2015 From the Mirrors of History?

This week is a partial review of last year’s highlights with reflections on the parallels to that which would insight the citizenry of the 1700’s to even think about separating from the central government. Additionally, what does that now mean for us in this so-called republic. I use so-called since republicanism as understood in those early and mid-1700’s is not what we have in this early 21st century.

And off we go to review and consider the past will most likely be the same in the future if you don’t do anything!

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November 14, 2014 – Non-voting Two-thirds, What’s the Historical Foundational Baseline For Personal and Political Beliefs?

I was really bothered by the comments of the usurper and the contingent of communist dupes that congregate at the bidding of internationalist.  So I had to ad-lib this program starting with the “Rule of Thirds” and moving to what developed your core beliefs that have you fighting to keep this nation following the Constitutional Republic ideal and the rest that are out to destroy it.

 

Then I have to question the “Core Beliefs” of the elected and ask: if this election is really going to matter?

 

Find out where my wandering mind takes us on the reflection in the mirrors of time and the journey to looking at our core beliefs.

 

All audios below are in radio programs segment order:
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 1
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 2
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 3

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November 1, 2014 – Senate, Treaties and International Executive Agreements

On this broadcast of Samuel Adams Returns – The Anti-federalist Got It Right, ( www.lwrn.net ) I continue the discussion of how the Senate is now a part of democracy and not the Republic to which it was intended. Then I get into a real sore spot, Treaties and International Executive Agreements. De Tocqueville wrote that if tyranny would engross America, it would a ‘soft despotism” that arose through elected administrators. For over 100 years we have been electing administrators over statesmen, socialism entered into this nation since the early 1800’s and infiltrated the core principles of We the People so that most do not have the concept of what Foundational Liberty is about.

 

Hence we have had since the 1930’s International Executive Agreements at a ratio of almost 20:1 over treaties that have established that ‘soft despotism’ and stripped us of our individual and national sovereignty, making us serfs in the globalist dream.

All audios below are in radio programs segment order:
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 1
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 2
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 3

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October 18, 2014 S. Adams – Anti-federalist View of the Senate

This program hosted at www.lwrn.net is a continuation of last week.

 

We are continuing the discussion regarding the historical rational for the Senate. How the views seem prophetic when we hear the arguments of  not only those in 1787 Convention, and, particularly those of the Anti-Federalist regarding what the Senate could or would become.

 

Those comments seem to be the present reality, today, of what the Senate is.

 

 

All audios below are in radio programs segment order:
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 1
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 2
The Anti-federalist view of the Senate – Segment 3

 

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October 4, 2014 Sam Adams on Voter Integrity

Sam discusses what he wrote after the ratification of the Article of Confederation regarding Voting, Voter integrity, the Responsibility of the Elected to the Citizenry and a few words about Candidate Vetting.

 

All audios below are in radio programs segment order:
Voter Integrity, Candidate Vetting, Voter Responsibility – Segment 1
Voter Integrity, Candidate Vetting, Voter Responsibility – Segment 2
Voter Integrity, Candidate Vetting, Voter Responsibility – Segment 3

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