I was reading an article titled, "Are Americans Not Submissive Enough?" The argument is that we are too submissive; we should resist more; that the other author (Brooks) referenced in the article is wrong.
I, too, think we should be less submissive, but most people do "not submissive" in the wrong way. There is nothing wrong with being anti-establishment, skeptical of authority, or "not submissive"; being so is a Right directly protected by the Constitution.
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Sunday, June 10, 2012
A while back, I wrote the story of "Three Identical People", in which I discussed how police could now demand, "Your papers, please," and deport anyone (even a U. S. Citizen) who failed to comply instantly.
It turns out that U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has found a new way to deport U. S. Citizens who are members of undesirable races. This one works even if they have their papers.