Airbnb Lands Man In Jail… TWICE! – Your Property Rights No Longer Exist!

Airbnb Lands Man In Jail… TWICE! – Your Property Rights No Longer Exist! By World Alternative Media Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent imprisonment of a man in Nashville, Tennessee who rented his own home out through Airbnb for paying guests without a permit. Layton Jones listed his northwest Nashville home on Airbnb without a permit which apparently people are being forced to have despite them owning their property…allegedly. After a judge sentenced Jones to two days in jail, he appealed the case. Well, he was jailed for three more…

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New Jersey Town Proposes Jail Time for Owners of Barking Dogs

New Jersey Town Proposes Jail Time for Owners of Barking Dogs By Elias Marat A New Jersey town is looking to crack down on dogs who bark too much with a new proposal that could see pet owners thrown in jail. That’s right–residents whose dogs impede the “comfort or repose of anyone in the vicinity” in Saddle River, New Jersey, could face steep fines ranging between $100 to $1,000 along with possible sentences of community service or even incarceration for up to 90 days. In each case, the punitive consequences would…

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Best 5 States to Avoid High Property Taxes

Best 5 States to Avoid High Property Taxes By Joe Jarvis Property taxes negate private property. It’s not yours if you have to pay the government every year to keep it. I’m sure the Socialists would claim you owe society for using a piece of land. But, ironically, having to pay taxes just to live on a chunk of land keeps people working for the man… Without property taxes, Socialists could already set up their own mini-utopias… on private property. Instead, property taxes force us all into the profit system.…

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My Family Fled Communism When I Was 6. Now We Fear Our Nightmare Has Followed Us Here

My Family Fled Communism When I Was 6. Now We Fear Our Nightmare Has Followed Us Here By Andra Constantin Following the State of the Union address, I found the state of the nation surreal. I kept skimming past articles about the Democratic Party’s proposed economic stimulus packages, collectively known as the Green New Deal. They propose to fund unsustainable sectors like solar panels—which are already heavily government-backed—by targeting more self-sufficient industries, like meat production. In order to earmark raiding the cookie jar of productive businesses to fund those that…

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Green New Deal Reveals the Naked Truth of Agenda 21

Green New Deal Reveals the Naked Truth of Agenda 21 By Tom DeWeese Sometimes if you fight hard enough and refuse to back down, no matter the odds, your truth is vindicated and prevails! For twenty years I have been labeled a conspiracy theorist, scaremonger, extremist, dangerous, nut case. I’ve been denied access to stages, major news programs, and awarded tin foil hats. All because I have worked to expose Agenda 21 and its policy of sustainable development as a danger to our property rights, economic system, and culture of…

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Supremes Deliver Smackdown on Civil Asset Forfeiture

Supremes Deliver Smackdown on Civil Asset Forfeiture By Jon Miltimore The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously ruled that state and local governments are subject to constitutional prohibitions on “excessive fines” on citizens. This decision will provide Americans robust constitutional protection against exorbitant fines imposed by local governments. “For good reason, the protection against excessive fines has been a constant shield throughout Anglo-American history: Exorbitant tolls undermine other constitutional liberties,” Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote. “Excessive fines can be used, for example, to retaliate against or chill the speech of political…

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The Perennial Pennsylvania Smart Meter Opt-Out Bills Pilgrimage: Will The 2019-20 Batch Be Wasted Away Like Previous Ones Were For 6-8 Years Now That Chairman Godshall Is No Longer At The Consumer Affairs Committee Helm?

The Perennial Pennsylvania Smart Meter Opt-Out Bills Pilgrimage: Will The 2019-20 Batch Be Wasted Away Like Previous Ones Were For 6-8 Years Now That Chairman Godshall Is No Longer At The Consumer Affairs Committee Helm? By Catherine J. Frompovich Pennsylvanians have been discriminated against BIG time insofar as they have been denied and deprived of their Constitutional rights regarding self-determination; protection of life and property; and oppressive invasion of privacy since the PA Public Utility Commission rewrote, via over-reach, HB2200, which became Act 129 (2008), making toxic RF emissions AMI…

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Welcome to the Literal Nanny State

Welcome to the Literal Nanny State By Truthstream Media The World Health Organization has now gone on record to say that among the greatest threats to global health are anti-vaxxers.  You know what this means … calls for mandatory vaccinations are well on the way. Oregon and Washington are making an unprecedented move that could go to yet another level of overreach  – home inspections for new parents. Using the language of a “state emergency,” they are going all-in on the literal nanny state. Melissa and Aaron Dykes cover the…

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Protest: Dog Sent To “Death Row” By Government After Biting Trespasser

Protest: Dog Sent To “Death Row” By Government After Biting Trespasser By Joe Wright The right to occupy one’s own property free from intrusion is once again under attack in the United States. By now the stories are legion of police entering private property (many times in error) and outright killing non-threatening family pets. However, the latest incident from Guilford, CT is particularly egregious as it involves the defense of private property after a crime had already been committed against it. As reported by local news outlet, ZIP06.com, in August…

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Local Gov’t Says Merry Christmas by Using Eminent Domain to Take Small Business Owner’s Building

Local Gov’t Says Merry Christmas by Using Eminent Domain to Take Small Business Owner’s Building By Brittany Hunter For more than two decades, John Monem’s furniture store has been a staple of downtown Brockton, Massachusetts. But a week ago, city officials gave Monem an early Christmas present: a notice to vacate his property. Brockton Furniture is currently located on the first floor of the tallest building in the city, 93 Centre Street. But in four months, Monem will be forced to relocate his business because the local government doesn’t think…

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