Jesus Christ is Risen!

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A happy and blessed Pascha to All!

May God bless you all, May God be merciful to me, the sinner.

 

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Jesus Christ is Risen!

Is it still possible to curb the intrusive power of government?

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Without an actual shooting revolution, that is.

It seems obvious to me that our government, at all levels and in most of the 50 states, is overgrown. The mere expense of it all, even if it affected us in no other way, is ruining the way of life that made our country the economic engine of the world, and a geopolitical superpower. I think our Founders would shudder at the prospect of personal income taxation, not to mention a progressive scheme that combined with state and local taxes takes more than half of the yearly income of the folks doing the most to create our general prosperity. The cost, though, is hardly the most catastrophic effect of the excess of state power.

As I write this, there are a bunch of protesters camped out at a visitor center in a Federal wildlife refuge in Oregon. What exactly they are protesting…

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Uh, Mr. Schmalfeldt? Your reality check bounced…

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Man, how a week flies by when you’re having FUN.  It seems like just yesterday that we were noting that we had been distracted from commenting on the motion for sanctions that Bill Schmalfeldt sent Aaron Walker and, in particular, the post about that situation that Bill shat out last week over on his blog billschmalfeldt.net.

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Schmalfeldt’s improper use of the registered trademark (“®”) symbol has been noted elsewhere, so we won’t tarry there1.

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Apparently the term “The Worst Attorney Teabagger [sic] ®” in referring to Aaron Walker is a ham-handed setup by Mr. Schmalfeldt so that he can refer to Aaron as “TWAT [sic] ®” through the remainder of his blog post.  When this case is dismissed, I’m sure that this situation will be brought to the attention of the court.  It speaks of the utmost disrespect for the institution of collegial litigation and the profession of…

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Brett Kimberlin is evading service of a court document in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. 

It is entirely possible that he has not been living in his mother’s basement at all, but has some other residence.  It might also be true that he’s run away from home, or abducted.

While some folks are looking for him purely to serve him papers, please don’t forget that the little feller might have been taken.  If you know where Brett Kimberlin is, or if you happen to see him, please call the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Dept. at 240-777-7000.

That’s the division related to serving civil notices, like the one Brett has apparently ducked — while telling them “Good luck finding me!”

We tried to find a current picture on the Justice Through Bad Music website, but a search for “Kimberlin” at the sight turned up three articles and no pictures.  So, he’s…

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