A federal appellate court ruling declared Friday that federal regulations requiring individuals and groups to have permits in order to exercise their First Amendment rights in “free speech areas” and public forums at national parks and monuments are unconstitutional. In August 2007, were blocked from passing out gospel tracts near the entrance to Mt. Rushmore because they did not have two days to wait to obtain a permit to exercise their First Amendment rights.
As our socialist lords and masters in Washington D.C. become increasingly open about their true attitudes, the gulf between the American people and their “betters” has never been wider. A new poll finds just 9% of the serfs believe, as our rulers do, that the federal government should be able to do pretty much whatever it wants.
Wayne Allyn Root makes an argument in “The Conscience of a Libertarian” that to eliminate capital gains tax for people 55 and older would be able to retire on half the income, plus make room for more investment in the nation’s economic infrastructure. This would benefit senior citizens, allow us to move government farther out of people’s lives, and be an economic boost for the country.