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How it all began...

This will be our first post on exposing the implementation of Agenda 21 in the first state to sign the US Constitution, Delaware.

On this website, we are sticking to the facts. 513 more words


What should HOA Federal Regulation look like?  

We have a huge, systemic problem in the US. It used to be that regulation was enacted and enforced to protect the People, the taxpaying constituents of government. 738 more words


Judge to decide how to define “Family” for HOA in Frisco

This is an update to an earlier blog about the Plantation Resort 2 in Frisco, TX. The PR2 HOA is filing suit against City House, to block use of a home they recently purchased and renovated for use as transitional living for homeless youths. 491 more words


Should there be federal standards and regulations for HOAs?  

My colleagues and I have posed this question on several occasions in HOA discussion forums frequented by Community Associations Institute (CAI) members – mostly community managers and attorneys, with an occasional Board member. 603 more words


Libertarianism and Syllogisms

I wonder if it would make our cause that much more successful if we boiled down every argument of ours to its simplest syllogism? Some are obviously going to be more straightforward than others, but I do think that this would save time and energy in converting people. 65 more words


IRS seizes bank accounts without charges ever being filed using an anti-drug-trafficking law

At first it’s shocking — that the IRS can seize your bank account without ever filing a single charge against you — but increasingly everyday people are beginning to realize that we don’t live in the America in which we grew up. 611 more words


'Extortion': Another way the IRS can screw you for doing nothing wrong

Rights schmights. The Internal Revenue Service can do whatever it wants. As if the threat of a tax audit weren’t intimidating enough, the IRS can seize your property without ever charging you with violating the law. 625 more words

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