19 Signs That America Has Become A Crazy Control Freak Nation Where Almost Everything Is Illegal

February 29, 2012 10:04 am 308 comments Author: The American Dream

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Do you think that you are free?  Most Americans would still probably answer “yes” to that question, but is that really the case?  In the film Edge of Darkness, Mel Gibson stated that “everything is illegal in Massachusetts”.  Well, the same could pretty much be said for the United States as a whole.  Our lives are governed by millions of laws, rules and regulations and more are being piled on all the time.  In fact, 40,000 new laws just went into effect in January.  Every single new law restricts your freedom just a little bit more.  The truth is that America has become a crazy control freak nation where virtually everything that we do is highly regulated.  You have probably broken multiple laws today that you don’t even know exist.  We have all become criminals and lawbreakers because almost everything is illegal at this point.  Our politicians are convinced that they are “making life better” by piling gigantic mountains of laws on to our backs, and law enforcement authorities are convinced that they are helping society by “cracking down on crime”, but the reality is that our liberties and our freedoms are being strangled by all of this government oppression.  This is not the way that America is supposed to work.

Yes, every society needs laws.  But the laws should be short enough and simple enough that everybody can read them and understand them.

In America today, there is no possible way that any of us could ever read all of the laws that apply to us.  Most of us just live our daily lives and try to do the “right” thing.  But there is no guarantee that men with guns will not show up at your door one evening because of some obscure regulation that you have broken.

The following are 19 signs that America has become a crazy control freak nation where almost everything is illegal….

#1 One California town is actually considering making it illegal to smoke in your own backyard.

#2 In Louisiana, a church was recently ordered to stop giving out water because it did not have a permit to do so.

#3 In the United States it is illegal to operate a train that does not have an “F” painted on the front.  Apparently without that “F” we all might not know where the front of the train is.

#4 In many U.S. states is it now illegal to collect rain that falls from the sky on to your own property.

#5 In America today it is illegal to milk your cow and sell the milk to your neighbor.  If you do this, there is a good chance that federal agents will raid your home at the crack of dawn.

#6 In Washington D.C. it is illegal not to recycle cat litter.

#7 It is illegal to give a tour of the monuments in Washington D.C. without a license.

#8 In the United States it is illegal to sell natural cures for cancer – even if they work.

#9 In the state of Massachusetts it is illegal to deface a milk carton.

#10 In the state of Alabama, bear wrestling is completely illegal.

#11 In Fairbanks, Alaska it is illegal to give alcoholic beverages to a moose.

#12 In Lake Elmo, Minnesota it is illegal to sell pumpkins or Christmas trees that are grown outside city limits.

#13 There is a federal law that makes it illegal to be “annoying” on the Internet.

#14 If you register with a false name on MySpace or Facebook you could potentially “spend five years in federal prison“.

#15 In Hazelwood, Missouri it is illegal for little girls to sell girl scout cookies in the front yards of their own homes.

#16 All over the United States lemonade stands run by children are being shut down because they do not have the proper permits.

#17 In Florida, it is illegal to bring a plastic butter knife to school.

#18 In San Juan Capistrano, California it is illegal to hold a home Bible study without a “conditional use permit“.

#19 In the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania it is illegal to make even a single dollar from a blog unless you buy a $300 business license.

Sadly, this list of crazy laws and ridiculous regulations could be thousands long.

We are a nation run by a bunch of control freaks that do not care about our liberties and our freedoms.

Every once in a while, John Stossel does some really great reporting.  An example of this is posted below.  In this 40 minute video, Stossel goes into great detail about how almost everything is illegal in America today.  In particular, the first 20 minutes are absolutely excellent.  If you have not seen this yet, I highly encourage you to check it out….

So why do we have so many laws and regulations?

Well, those that run things actually believe that we cannot be trusted with liberty and freedom.

They honestly are convinced that society will be better if they regulate our lives as much as possible.

This kind of “Big Brother” thinking is very dangerous.  A lot of other horrible totalitarian societies started out with “good intentions” as well.

Yes, having millions of laws, rules and regulations does make society more “predictable” but it also makes it more like a giant prison.

This is not what our founding fathers intended, and this is not what America is supposed to be about.

Do any of you have any crazy laws or ridiculous regulations to add to this list?  If so, please feel free to post them below….

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  • Christian_Patriot

    Until "We the People" should ever wake up & join together and just stop tolerating these ever increasing abuses of power, then it's going to continue! Case in point, today a cop decides to pull someone over on mere suspicion, and the driver refuses to allow a search & seizure of their vehicle or persons without a written search warrant signed by a Judge with the intents & purpose of the search stated on it, but this cop just begins the whole 4th Amendment violation by the abusive and vague legal vehicle called probable cause. This is enough for them and it not only undermines the 4th Amendment, but they innocent until proven guilty party are forced out of their vehicles and restrained first in the back of the cop's vehicle (for his safety of course), and without warrant or charge, until the cop radio's in for both a "quickie" search warrant & his fellow law enforcement pals to come back them up!

    These are just some of the ongoing and growing civil liberty abuses we, as a nation founded on principles of justice and freedom, must stop allowing! We can do this via publicly orchestrated forums addressed to our legislators and if no remedy can be found through their office or the courts, then we are duty bound to resist tyranny in all forms and become outlaws to the existing corrupt system that's in place right now.

    Revolution in the 1776 style is probably our only real effective course to right ourselves from this oppressive bought and paid for "rogue regime" that's become nothing but Corporate/Banking owned prostitutes portraying as Congresspersons & Judges!

    Read the original 1788-1812 13th Amendment that's virtually disappeared that our founders stated that "no person or entity shall ever be beholden or elected to serve in any position of authority that is regarded as a Noble or IBA Lawyer (International Bar Association) therefore, having forswear their allegiance to the Constitution in return for rank & recognition privileges that were not granted or exercised unilaterally to the very people they are to govern or oversee".

    In gist, the 13th Amendment was established in direct efforts to guard the freedoms of it's citizenry against privileged positions of power unaccountable in themselves and made clear, that no one was permitted to serve public office in any capacity, while holding titles of "Honor" or "Noble", as these entitlements were what kept Europe's peasantry class under the corrupt powers of the banking alliances & the Feudal Lords of old Medieval Europe!

    • Revolution Calling

      I must say im quite impressed with your views and believe this myself,just let me know when we find a George Washington.

  • Christian_Patriot

    Until "We the People" should ever wake up & join together and just stop tolerating these ever increasing abuses of power, then it's going to continue! Case in point, today a cop decides to pull someone over on mere suspicion, and the driver refuses to allow a search & seizure of their vehicle or persons without a written search warrant signed by a Judge with the intents & purpose of the search stated on it, but this cop just begins the whole 4th Amendment violation by the abusive and vague legal vehicle called probable cause. This is enough for them and it not only undermines the 4th Amendment, but they innocent until proven guilty party are forced out of their vehicles and restrained first in the back of the cop's vehicle (for his safety of course), and without warrant or charge, until the cop radio's in for both a "quickie" search warrant & his fellow law enforcement pals to come back them up!

    These are just some of the ongoing and growing civil liberty abuses we, as a nation founded on principles of justice and freedom, must stop allowing! We can do this via publicly orchestrated forums addressed to our legislators and if no remedy can be found through their office or the courts, then we are duty bound to resist tyranny in all forms and become outlaws to the existing corrupt system that's in place right now.

    Revolution in the 1776 style is probably our only real effective course to right ourselves from this oppressive bought and paid for "rogue regime" that's become nothing but Corporate/Banking owned prostitutes portraying as Congresspersons & Judges!

    Read the original 1788-1812 13th Amendment that's virtually disappeared that our founders stated that "no person or entity shall ever be beholden or elected to serve in any position of authority that is regarded as a Noble or IBA Lawyer (International Bar Association) therefore, having forswear their allegiance to the Constitution in return for rank & recognition privileges that were not granted or exercised unilaterally to the very people they are to govern or oversee".

    In gist, the 13th Amendment was established in direct efforts to guard the freedoms of it's citizenry against privileged positions of power unaccountable in themselves and made clear, that no one was permitted to serve public office in any capacity, while holding titles of "Honor" or "Noble", as these entitlements were what kept Europe's peasantry class under the corrupt powers of the banking alliances & the Feudal Lords of old Medieval Europe!

    • "Case in point, today a cop decides to pull someone over on mere suspicion, and the driver refuses to allow a search & seizure of their vehicle or persons without a written search warrant signed by a Judge"

      That was tried on me once by a SO with an attitude.

      It didnt work.

      I uttered the operative phrase: "Do you have probable cause"

      which showed I knew what p.c. was.

      That ended that.,

      ALWAYS carry a tape recorder. Not a digital, but an analog tape.

      second-amendment.tripod.com

  • uh yeah dude, training a bear to wrestle should be illegal.

    • So I guess we should also have a law that it 's illegal to commit suicide by jumping off of the Brooklyn Bridge and the San Francisco Bridge. I guess we should have a law that you can't take a canoe over Niagra Falls or that it's illegal to shoot yourself in the head. Do you get the picture? Duhhh.

      • There have been laws against suicide for a very, very long time. Especially against attempting it on public property where others must risk their lives to clean it up.

      • I vaguely remember years ago there were people who would mutilate bears to make them defenseless and then they would charge people money for the opportunity to "wrestle" this bear.

  • all of these sound like reasonable laws to me

    • Look at #5 – cow and milk – it is illegal to SELL the milk, but I can GIVE it to anyone without a problem. They imply "food safety" – but if that were true giving it away would be illegal. The real purpose if the law is to keep the farmer from selling to the consumer and forcing them to sell to the dairy processor at whatever price the dairy processor is willing to pay (or in some cases at the price the STATE sets – with no regard to the cost of production. It also keeps the consumer from buying directly from the farm – ensuring the big dairy processor gets their middle man markup.

      • George - not Bush

        Thanks for your insight; you are one who knows what is really going on because you are involved in the production and sale of the product, milk. I knew it had little or nothing to do with "food safety". After all, how many people died from consuming unpasteurized milk before pasteurization was invented; not all that many I'm willing to bet. I lived on a dairy farm a large part of my 74 years, and we often consumed milk fresh from the cow without harm to any of my family.

    • You sir are a fucktard.

  • Based on my research, after a property foreclosure home is sold at a bidding, it is common to the borrower to still have any remaining balance on the mortgage. There are many financial institutions who try and have all expenses and liens paid back by the following buyer. Having said that, depending on a number of programs, restrictions, and state laws and regulations there may be a few loans that are not easily handled through the shift of financial loans. Therefore, the responsibility still falls on the debtor that has got his or her property in foreclosure process. Thank you sharing your thinking on this web site.

  • I do believe that a foreclosure can have a important effect on the applicant’s life. House foreclosures can have a 6 to a decade negative influence on a client’s credit report. A new borrower who may have applied for a home loan or almost any loans for example, knows that a worse credit rating is usually, the more challenging it is to secure a decent mortgage loan. In addition, it can affect a new borrower’s power to find a quality place to let or rent, if that will become the alternative houses solution. Interesting blog post.

    • Well, I am one of those folks who was laid off and lost his home in 2009. Due to my age and the economy, I could not find any more gainful employment. I was reduced to living in a five year old RV, surviving off my wits although I have a BSEE and an MBA and was always rated in the top 10% with my peers. I can look forward to receiving a good retirement check every month starting in December but until then, I am forced to work at odd jobs, earning as much per month as I did in 1975, wondering from week to week if I am going to have enough money to eat, or pay the fee for my RV space. I agree with everything said in this article. We have become slaves to the financial and political system in this country, neither of which are even remotely similar to the systems our founding fathers and mothers envisioned. I say f&*k the bankers and politicians, I am ready for a paradigm that will return this country to its founding principles. If someone will lead, I will follow.

  • limit attorrney contingency fees from 40% to 10%

  • Dumb article written by dumb writer designed to inflame dumb people.

  • There have always been dumb, archaic, and pointless laws. Guess who loves to make those kind of laws today? John Stossel's ideological soulmates. You can't go to a legislature in any red state that isn't busy trying to make illegal for woman to have control over their own bodies. Unlike stupid laws against giving liquor to a moose, these laws are a direct assault on the freedom of individuals to control their own bodies. When right-wingers complain about stupid laws, maybe they should look in the mirror first. Not that their blatant hypocrisy will be evident to them. It's the mote in their eye the size of a sequoia that prevents them from seeing.

    • I assume you are referring to abortion Walt. Please tell me what parts of anyone's bodies male or female has its own separate DNA? BTW females don't have Y-DNA yet a male fetus does.

    • you are a moron.

    • Why is it legal for a woman to have control over her own body when it comes to having an abortion which involves another body, yet illegal for this same woman to smoke some marajauna?

      • "which involves another body"

        Does it? It's physically attached to her (umbilical cord), and if that disconnection were severed, the tissue would die.

        Seems like it's a body PART, at least until it has the ability to live unassisted.

      • Women have always had full control of their bodies….just quit spreading your legs like butter.

        • So, your stance is 'women are free to control their own bodies, as long as they are obeying me'. Good to know.

    • Stossell used to be a huge liberal that used "gotcha" tactics to expose corporations and right wing policies. He was hugely successful on 20/20 and even won awards for journalism. Then he used the same tactics on liberal big government programs. ABC cut his time on 20/20 and his coworkers became more hostile every day. He stopped getting invited to private Journalism seminars and award ceremonies. The MSM shunned him because he no longer exclusively exposed republican policies. They hated him for putting liberal ideas under the same scrutiny. He debated Ann Coulter, one of the most extreme right wingers in media, about the war on drugs. He's consistently called bull on many, many republicans on their claims to be small government conservatives. You have no idea what you're talking about.

    • It's not so simple as you make it out to be. it's not just "her body" at stake; there's the child as well. A woman has the right to do as she wishes with her body, but when it causes the death of another individual, the right to life of the unborn child should supercede her rights. If a person's right to the "pursuit of happiness" would cause the death of another individual then that individuals right to life comes before the right to pursue happiness.If a woman is allowed to kill another individual when it becomes convenient for her to do so, why shouldn't any individual or the government for that matter be able to terminate another's life when it becomes convenient to do so? It's a slippery slope we're on.

    • RabiddoggTrue

      name one

    • See #13 above.

  • pennyrobinsonfans

    Some of these sound like the stuff of urban legend, as the 13thAm. nonsense.. However, the thrust of the article is perfectly sound, even if poorly referenced. Over-regulation is throttling business and becoming an intrusive infringement of liberty. W have narrowly escaped a Federal regulation which would tell us what kind of light bulbs we may purchase. We are hearing horror stories of children having their lunches taken away from them and required to buy the school cafeteria's food — specifically the "chicken nugget" flap in the news lately. The stories of local cops shutting down children's lemonade stands are common and true, and sound like a side-story from The Andy Griffith Show regarding Barney Fife getting out of control again.

    And for the record, my dear home state, Massachusetts SSR:

    Section 128. Whoever, without the consent of the owner thereof, knowingly and wilfully effaces, alters or covers over, or procures to be effaced, altered or covered over, the name, initial or device of any dealer in milk, marked or stamped upon a milk can, or whoever, with intent to defraud and without such consent, detains or uses in his business any such can having the name, initial or device of any dealer in milk so marked or stamped thereon, shall be punished by a fine of not more than ten dollars.
    http://www.malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/Par

    Who really thought that was necessary?

    Actually I just found one even better:

    Section 131. Whoever is discovered in the act of wilfully injuring a fruit or forest tree or of committing any kind of malicious mischief on Sunday may be arrested without a warrant by a sheriff, deputy sheriff, constable, police officer or other person, and detained in jail or otherwise until a complaint can be made against him for the offence, and he be taken upon a warrant issued upon such complaint; but such detention without warrant shall not continue beyond the following day.

    Looky there, Barney, Otis just pulled a branch off the ol' cherry tree! CITIZEN'S ARREST! CITIZEN'S ARREST!!

    • If this is indeed the law referred to in the article (which I imagine it is), there are two important points: 1) A "milk can" is not a "milk carton." A milk can is a large container, often metal, that belongs to the milk delivery company, not to the customer, and is filled on a regular basis. The law is designed to prevent defacement of the milk company's property. 2) The law is old (how many people get their milk delivered to their door in milk cans any more?). I've never had that experience, and I'm 44 years old. Therefore, this law is not really apropos in this opinion piece, which is arguing that America "has become a crazy control freak country," implying that this is a relatively new development. I'm guessing #2 holds true for wrestling bears and getting moose drunk. Using these old laws as examples actually UNDERMINES the arguments being made about the burgeoning "nanny state" (backed by most of the other examples) – especially since they seem to have gotten the facts wrong on the "Massachusetts milk carton law." Makes a liberal like me wonder what else they got wrong.

  • "Every single new law restricts your freedom just a little bit more."

    It's one thing to be a stupid crank, but please stop lying.

    • I take the author's point to be self-evident. A law/regulation/rule is a prohibition or an enforced effort to curb certain behaviors. As such then, by design, this eliminates at least one course of action from the spectrum of human choices. Or rather, the option remains but it comes with the ostensible promise of negative consequences, such as loss of FREEDOM. If you can dispute this I would be interested in your argument.

      That's not to say, of course, that certain laws — say, civil rights laws — don't actually ENHANCE the cause of liberty, thus adding to the spectrum of options. Where to eat, live, go to the bathroom, etc. The other libertarian side of that coin says restricting the freedom to restrict the freedom of others constitutes a loss of said freedom. This is largely why I don't vote libertarian.

  • Watch the video, SaintRond before you speak through ignorance. If you were one of the people jailed or fined, then maybe you would have a different view of this reporter. This mindset of yours is it won't happen to me, is out right blindness! As for bear wrestling, I think it would have to be consensual for you and the bear with neither of you trained. If the bear were trained then you would have to pay for entertainment license. I'm so glad there are people like you who like to be told what to do, how to do it, and who you can do it with for FREE! Wait I mean you actually pay taxes for them to do it to you!!!!!!

  • Steve Geoghan

    The rule on giving alcohol to moose, the F on the train, and the one on the trees-must-be-grown-here rule are very legit. Especially the latter – I come from the very east end of long island and am very upset when people drive there to sell stuff, make a buck off of our market, and go back to wherever they are from.

    The rest are nuts. I am not a smoker, but the smoking rules are getting very exaggerated. Especially in NYC how some buildings ban smoking near the entrance. I smell car/bus exhaust in manhattan, never smoke from a tiny cig.

    • Perfume often uses carcinogens, let's sue wimmens

    • Just because you don't like interlopers selling trees doesn't mean they should be made illegal. If they can offer a better product or a better price, people should have the option of buying from them. If their stuff isn't in demand, people won't buy it. Likewise, if you want to bring your trees to their 'hood and "make a buck off their market," you should be able to.

    • Buck Bradley

      The "only locally grown products can be sold here" law violates the inverse commerce clause and is unconstitutional on its face.

  • There are good reasons for many of these "dumb" laws. Raw milk can kill you. When we buy milk, we want to be reasonable sure that it is safe to drink. Wrestling bears can kill you. Perhaps the people of Alabama were responding to what was an abhorrent or dangerous situation. As a society, we decide if we need laws to prevent or reduce dangers. Most of these laws originated from citizens with concerns (legitimate or not) and they were enacted with public consent. Businesses also have a say in the enactment and enforcement of laws. Perhaps a restaurant doesn't think it's real fair if a kid is profiting from beverage sales without having the proper license, while they are required to play by the rules.
    If we don't like the laws, work to change or remove them. It can be done.

    • Do not deceive yourself that we truly live in a democracy. It is a very difficult and expensive process to even be elected to a city or town council or school board., not to mention a state legislature or Congess The cost and time price out the vast majority of working people, professionals, and small business owners. Such bodies tend to be dominated by a small clique of people. Boss Hogg, or at least a better groomed and more presentable version, is the archetype for the typical elected official. Look how long it took to get rid of such wildly unpopular laws as alcohol Prohibition or the 55 mph speed limit. Both laws were held in contempt by large segments of the population, were violated by a majority of people, and were effectively unenforceable.

      Jefferson was right when he noted that the best government is the least government. Despite liberals' lip service to reproductive freedom and sexual license and conservatives' homage to capitalism and private property, both groups are fundamentally pro-big government. It has been rightly noted that liberals are in favor of war as long as there are welfare benefits and that conservatives are in favor of welfare benefits as long as they have war.

    • I have the right to buy raw milk if I want it and I do!!!! Google the bennefits. realy lemonaid sales. youre an idiot

    • RabiddoggTrue

      laws in the United States were supposed to be to protect you from others not yourself. If you want to drink raw milk you assume the responsibility. It is not my concern nor the concern of the government.

      • OMG are you an amazing arse! Restaurant owners couldn't care less about a kid's lemonade stand. If they did, they probably have a mental disorder and belong on meds. Gimmie a break.

    • D in St. Louis

      How can it be done? How can a regular person like me change a law? It's all but impossible. This country is in serious trouble right now and the reason is because laws that are supposed to protect us are being changed by powerful corrupt politicians who by the way are supposed to be looking out for our best interest. Until we unite as a country and all stand up together against corruption nothing is going to change. The United States has more people locked up in prisons than all other countries combined, Anyone that calls this a democracy is a fool. By the way, it's just about impossible to get a dumb law off the record. You say it can be done, I say try it and see for yourself.

    • It is truly sad to see someone that is willing to trade their liberty in exchange for a false sense of security.

  • There are good reasons for many of these "dumb" laws. Raw milk can kill you. When we buy milk, we want to be reasonable sure that it is safe to drink. Wrestling bears can kill you. Perhaps the people of Alabama were responding to what was an abhorrent or dangerous situation. As a society, we decide if we need laws to prevent or reduce dangers. Most of these laws originated from citizens with concerns (legitimate or not) and they were enacted with public consent. Businesses also have a say in the enactment and enforcement of laws. Perhaps a restaurant doesn't think it's real fair if a kid is profiting from beverage sales without having the proper license, while they are required to play by the rules.

    • Well, if raw milk can kill you.. my whole family should be dead by now…that is the ONLY milk we drink..and my father lived to be 84 and my grandparents both lived to be in their late 80's .. my mother is almost 90 now and my kids have never been sick a day in their lives..
      As far as kiddos selling drinks from a stand.. do you seriously think that they are sell an amount commiserate to what a restaurant sells?
      Let's face it..it is ALL about control and government intrusion into peoples lives.

      • UseYourBrain

        So by your logic if driving in a car can kill me (which it can) I should be dead? Because there is a chance of harm there must be harm?

    • And this is why you fail! A kid selling drinks on the front lawn is a threat to a business? Really? I don't think reality is the "doza" you have been taking!

    • "Perhaps a restaurant doesn't think it's real fair if a kid is profiting from beverage sales without having the proper license, while they are required to play by the rules." – That's why it's wrong. A business that has political influence can get laws passed to restrict their competition.

    • Raw milk can kill you. Are you for real. Raw milk is actually better for you than that store bought junk. But hey go ahead and believe what you want. Ignorant people deserve to be subjugated by the very laws they make.

  • Those who trade freedom for security will wind up with neither.

    • absolute freedom is a myth. security must exist, and thus there is always a tradeoff between freedom and security.

  • Republicans want to ban birth control pills for women! Next will be execution for men "spilling their seed" . Yeah I think the gov. should stay out of ppls private lives . VOTE for Ron Paul (the only rational Prez candidate) and get rid of all this control over our lives!

    • That is a flat out lie

    • The issue is not whether women can or can't get birth control, but who pays. Ron Paul doesn't want the gov't paying for birth control either. You want birth control pills, you pay for them.

    • Sadly you are believing the bull being spread by those who wish to misdirect we voters. The truth is the republicans do not believe the tax payers should pay for birth control when a person decides to have sex. Period. Any person, male or female, who decides to have sexual relations should be responsible for paying for whatever birth control type(s) is/are used. What is next, will tax payers have to pay for the rubbers men use for birth control? Give me a break. No matter what party you may support, before making any decision, hear both sides of the issue to get a real grasp of the subject, before you decide what to believe. Do not blindly follow any policial party.

      • And sadly, you are believing the complete distortion of the proposed legislation that is being perpetrated by Rush Libaugh and his flock of "I don't need to research it! Rush said it, so it must be true." sheep. Taxpayers would not be responsible for ONE PENNY of coverage. The legislation proposes that birth control medications be covered BY THE HEALTH PLAN OF THEIR EMPLOYER, or, in the case of Sandra Fluke, by the health plan provided by the college you attend. Again, no taxpayer money involved.

        Rush is either an idiot who doesn't pay attention to the details, or he's deliberately distorting things so that his less-than-intelligent flock will become enraged and start making a lot of noise about it. Consider this: Rush insisted that Sandra Fluke "wants to be paid every time she has sex." Birth control pills don't work that way, Rush. You take one per day, sex or not. This is in stark contrast to your Viagra prescription, which you take ONLY when you're going to have sexual intercourse. Unless, of course, you're some kind of perv who gets off by having a constant erection.

        • Right, just premium money from the college that doesn't want to have to support killing innocent life with that pesky morning after pill….

        • THE HEALTH PLAN OF THEIR EMPLOYER ? is payed indirectly by the employee. Just less money in the paycheck. A college needing more money to pay for member's health plan, then raise the tuition. The illusion is it's free. We don't pay for things just through taxation . The overall complaint is we don't want to have to pay for coverage we don't want nor need.

      • Why is Viagra covered and Republicans don't see a problem with that?

    • Katrina is Chinese for dumbass

    • They will never go after men. You don't see anyone complaining that insurance covers Viagra. It's only women who are "sluts" when they have sex.

    • Amazing critical thinking! No Republican said anything about banning birth control, for women or any other species, er gender. The real issue is not making the church be a party to killing innocent life, re: the ' morning after ' pill. Spend 20 bucks on your own BC pills, don't make me (or the church) buy them for you!

    • Keep hangin' in for Ron Paul, though.

    • BS More liberal mindlessness.

    • garytheobserver

      I triple-dare you to show me a single recognizable Republican politician who is or has tried to ban simple birth control pills. I want to see their website or campaign literature that says so… go ahead… name a single one or shut your lying mouth! I also demand you apologize for your foolish statement… unles you can prove me wrong then I will apologize. Now if you want to RE-PHRASE your lie and show evidence of Republicans who do not want to FORCE TAXPAYERS to PAY, I REPEAT…….. PAY, YES…. PAY for someone elses contraception not only will you find them I hope every last one of them has that opinion. Just do not lie about it. No politician is trying to remove any adult from aquiring AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, preventative contraception. It is a flat out lie to say so. I dare say that you will find none who aren't happy with a PRIVATE insurance company's decision to include or exclude preventatives based on their own decision to offer/not offer. JUST STOP ASKING THE PUBLIC TO PAY FOR IT.

  • its been that way for years…..its just sarting to effect those whom it shouldn't have

  • Interesting… and stupid how everything everything listed is treated as illegal… yet the media has changed the term to "undocumented immigrants" to what they really are, "illegal aliens". That way it does not "frighten" us into thinking that they should be treated as the lawbreakers and criminals that they are just by matter of the fact that they have broken our laws by being here.

  • namelessnobody

    Well done American Dream…Standing Ovation on this end!

  • Dumb? I find it rather amusing. Like I would ever waste my alcohol on a moose…

  • America has become a land of too many laws, most of which are totally needless and truly inane. The judicial system and the lawyer organization love this predicament and are the ones who perpetuate it. The more laws there are, the more work for them.

  • Terry Thomas

    Its because some people dont have any common sense. What has happened to common sense? were did it go ?mean people suck and people sue for any little thing today. people need to change and maybe the world would be a better place.

    • I think the answer is obvious and as old as civilization. Our natural instincts, abilities and civilities are being bred out of us. I think we all understand that we are being dumbed-down. Not just in the school system but chemically in the food, water, medications, electronic/radioactivec exposures, et al. Birth rates around the world are down. If you don't believe this because you're young or naturally skeptical (a good thing for the most part, if not taken to extremes) look on the internet for that 8th grade exam from 100 years ago and see how many questions you can answer.

      People ARE changing, Terry, but not for the better and that is no accident. We are too accepting by far of this nanny/defense/corporate-state. Cancer rates rising astronomically but no cure from the government-approved corporations, just expensive and often horrific treatments. Many real cancer cures from the alternative side of things; all were quickly made illegal. Look that up too. A certain miracle herb which was widely used by doctors & offers literally hundreds of benefits with almost no negative side effects has been made illegal since 1937. It's still a "free country", full of choices that aren't really choices. A handful of people own, run and rule over everything and they are having their way with us. The brainwashing has been turned up to 11. Breeders, Soldiers and Slaves. Unless you're in the top 10%, those are your only real choices in the brave new world.

    • I think the answer is obvious and as old as civilization. Our natural instincts, abilities and civilities are being bred out of us. I think we all understand that we are being dumbed-down. Not just in the school system but chemically in the food, water, medications, electronic/radioactivec exposures, et al. Birth rates around the world are down. If you don't believe this because you're young or naturally skeptical (a good thing for the most part, if not taken to extremes) look on the internet for that 8th grade exam from 100 years ago and see how many questions you can answer.

  • Anon.E.Mouse

    In Florida, I know someone who lost his fiancee in a traffic accident. He was driving. Because she always refused to wear a seatbelt, the prosecutor was going to have him tried for murder (in Florida, it is the driver's responsibility that the front passenger wear a seatbelt). He accepted a plea bargain for manslaughter and has been in prison for a few years now…

    • The charge of murder requires "malice aforethought" in every state. That must be proven, not just hinted at. It generally requires a jury to decide that was the case, almost unanimously as well. Additionally, the definition has become more strict with time as (you guessed it) more laws were passed about murder.

      That means malicious intent to kill someone, thought about in advance, with a decision made to kill the person who died.

      If there was a wrongful conviction, the jury wrongly concluded that the accused wanted to kill someone and then did it.

    • sure you know this "someone"… "Anon E. Mouse", I think it is Mickey Mouse. Mickey, I knew something was up when I haven't seen Minnie at "The World" in forever.

    • Oh this makes me sick! Unless she was 12, people should mind their own business & realize that SHE WAS AN ADULT and chose not to wear the GD seatbelt. Charging him (becuz you KNOW someone has to be prosecuted!!) was a waste of time, totally and insanely ridiculous and, in no uncertain terms, they basically inprisoned a grieving groom-to-be. This country makes me ill. I'm moving to Canada.

    • Prosecutors like that are one of the biggest threats out there to to everyday Americans…

  • So you prove that the law makers are neurotic even edging toward psychotic. But, we knew that. Welcome to the age of Insanity. You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.

  • Can't blame Obama for ALL these silly laws.
    But Fox News can insinuate………..

    • Methinks that Bluedawg1 doth protest too much! I saw no reference to Obama being at the root of this problem. Also, most are State laws, not Federal. And, where are the Fox News insuations.

  • I say the legislature in states need to meet every 5 yrs, not every 2. Federal government needs to completely stay out of private lives and allow anyone to make as much money as they want and can. There are so many laws for CITIZENS and NONE for illegals who have no claim to this country but somehow allowed to get by at the taxpayer's expense. Now tell me who is really the free person with all the benfits?

  • I recently found out that it is now illegal to have a garage sale without a permit-The permit costs 20 bucks! The fine for selling your own property is around 250.00

  • DozaReality hit the nail on the head. The author of this piece is implying that there is some secret cabinet of evil federal bureaucrats trying to destroy the constitution and rule every aspect of our lives.

    The truth is a lot of these laws/regulations were initiated by angry citizens who likely met little resistance in their efforts to see them become enacted. Further, there's a significant difference in severity between federal, state, and local laws/regulations (e.g. Hazelwood, MO).

    Finally, and most often overlooked, any law/regulation is meaningless unless it's enforced. When was the last time you saw police raid a child's lemonade stand?

    • I saw them raid some girl scouts selling cookies a few weeks back….God bless our selfless law enforcement community for standing up to those evil gangsters!

    • have you seen the news about swat teams raiding AMISH farms??? or the continual murder of domesticated animals by SWAT teams as they raid houses for "parking tickets and unpaid fines" texas raids houses for these infractions. police state has arrived.

  • 1984 Motherfuckers

  • Shame on that anti-prostitution hag for telling that sex worker she should be ashamed of herself. Cheap opportunism to get a quick soundbite but insulting someone to her face and smugly talking over her and not engaging her while expecting to be listened to. Also she contradicted herself "I am willing to compromise your freedom to protect other women" reaks of admitting at least subconsciously that those ladies have the right to work as prostitutes. Sex trafficking is not a serious problem in countries where sex work is legal, and it is legal or decriminalized in most of the world.

    • What sand pit is your head in? Have you ventured out of your neighborhood recently? Let me take you to any country where women exploitation is "legal"

  • the one about the town in california that wants to ban smoking in your own yard is most certainly urban legend. a woman made this suggestion at a city council meeting in rocklin, ca. the council refused to consider her proposal. thus, the town clearly did not "want to ban smoking in your own backyard". didn't stop drudge from posting the story, so here we are.

  • Control freaks + Liberals

  • Lol, this article is so stupid and complete libertarian bullshit. First off, some of those laws make sense, regardless of how "ridiculous" they may seem. Second, I don't know the specifics, but I do know I see kid's lemonade stands all the time, and rarely are there stories on them being taken down – you are making a huge exaggeration insinuating it is commonly enforced and used against children. Finally, I love how you say the list could be "thousands long," but then you oddly chose the odd number of 19 to use for this article, proving that you basically listed everything you can find. We are nowhere near any kind of totalitarian government, but it's stupid shit like this, completely overexaggerating a few ridiculous, mostly outdated laws (and seriously, what country doesn't have those?) that give people this stupid, completely untrue idea that our government is oppressive or turning that way.

  • Drug laws? They're the biggest contributor to arrests in general, and most inmates are in for violating drug laws.

    Abortion laws, getting more strict and inane with time and more than bordering on rape to many people?

    Regulations restricting libraries? Decency laws? Laws regulating sex, like prohibiting sex toys (Alabama)?

    Constitutional amendments against gay marriage?

    Notice a trend on the biggest non-violent-crime laws that affect the most people and are actively enforced?

  • It is against the law to pull up an evasive bush that kills off everything within 10 feet of its trunk in Florida.

    The bush was brought here and not a native. It has rapidly took over where ever it can including islands on the rivers. It speads like wildfire.

    Yet, someone decided that pulling one up disturbed the dirt.

  • In the first place, the writ is universal, being directed "to all and singular justices, sheriffs, constables, and all other officers and subjects"; . Every one with this writ may be a tyrant; if this commission be legal, a tyrant in a legal manner, also, may control, imprison, or murder any one within the realm. In the next place, it is perpetual; there is no return.
    A man is accountable to no person for his doings. Every man may reign secure in his petty tyranny, and spread terror and desolation around him

    a person with this writ, in the daytime, may enter all houses, shops, etc., at will, and command all to assist him. By this writ not only deputies, etc., but even their menial servants, are allowed to lord it over us.

    Now, one of the most essential branches of English liberty is the freedom of one's house. A man's house is his castle; and whilst he is quiet, he is as well guarded as a prince in his castle. officers may enter our houses when they please; we are commanded to permit their entry. Their menial servants may enter, may break locks, bars, and everything in their way; and whether they break through malice or revenge, no man, no court can inquire. Bare suspicion without oath is sufficient. James Otis in 1761

    Then and there the child Independence was born." John Adams reply on James Otis 's speech

    All you have to do is replace the above word "writ" with "search warrant" for it to be applicable in our current era.

  • Crabbieappleton

    Why would a California law against smoking in the backyard have anything to do with "America" as a nation? These are local governments, town halls, and communities, NOT THE FEDS (sorry for the caps, but some people have a hard time reading), that are making most of these rules.

  • illegal to grow your own food – Food safey and modernization act. illegal search and seizure search " indiana judge says no 4th amendement" illegal detaining and torture seacch National defense authorization act.
    USDA murders ten million animals since the 60s searcch "usda kills blackbirds by millions"

    ILLEGAL TO PACK YOUR OWN CHILDS LUNCH FOR SCHOOL< MEANWHILE THEY FILL THE LUNCH WITH "PINK SLIME" search- "pink slime in kids lunch" these are just the obvious ones to name a few.

    WE LIVE IN A POLICE STATE WAKE Up

  • Regarding the law on raw milk. It's not like the BUYER's don't know what they are buying. It is their CHOICE to buy raw milk. They have lost the freedom of choice. The seller has lost the ability to produce a product for which there is a market. The government should have no say in this. Further, if I or anyone chooses not to wear a seat belt, it is my CHOICE. Again, it is my life. Stop trying to play my nanny. I am an adult who should have the freedom of choice.

    • I agree with your philosophy. Do you also agree nutrition facts should be removed?

    • George - not Bush

      You are 100% correct! This is all about the government taking away our "freedom of choice". If it's my money, my health or life, then no other person or government employee should be involved. We are on the plantation with government overseers directing our every move. I'm surprised they haven't made it illegal to climb mountains, swim, bungie jump, use a knife in the kitchen, or any number of other activities in which we engage and could possibly hurt ourselves. Nanny must be asleep at the law books.

  • I live in Philadelphia and the city is serious about that $300 business license. No lemonade stand without a license. Last year, I was laid off and decided to rent a spare bedroom in my house to a boarder. Within a few months, the city issued me a notice to cease and desist. I ignored them and they tried to sue me. The judge was annoyed with the city and dismissed the case. Absolutely ridiculous.

  • You're using naturalnews.com as a source? Do you know that this particular source is the laughingstock of the entire Internet? Some of your points may well be real, but you are seriously damaging your credibility.

    • rorschach1701

      I hope you fell the same way when the "authorities" are frog marching you to the F.E.M.A. camp ahole

  • Smart aleck law #1 let's throw in the "imminent domain" law particularly when it only benefits somebody that already has a pile of money and wants to take your measly little half acre of property to do what? to create a catch basin for a gigantic parking lot that's owned by dude whose lawyers are on the city council and he's getting sued for drowning other neighbors. .
    smart aleck law #2: how about all these subdivisions that have homeowners associations that can fine you if your
    grass gets over 6" tall? Property value has dropped enough to where I'm guessing some people can't easily replace their malfunctioning lawn mowers as easily as they used to. Thank God for the ability to buy property rural!

  • This article is really dumb and shows how ignorant Mr. Stossel and many of these posters are. Do we likely have unnecessary laws? Of course, human beings are involved. But many of these laws are local ordinances that were enacted years ago and probably seemed necessary and a good idea at the time. Attempts are often made at all levels to cull out-of-date and needless laws. If you know of one in your community, instead of ranting and raving, why not go to your local legislative body and suggest a change. Most are local folks like you and most are interested in making their communities better, just like you.

  • And what part of ILLEGAL aliens is America not getting?

  • Until the government can create & accurately update a website where we can go to obtain information on what is considered a crime, what the crime is for said action and what the penalties are for the crime, then I say we should not be held accountable for our actions. Even if there were only 1,000 laws known to us, how the he@@ does the government expect us to memorize them all?

  • The constitution was written to protect US FROM the government. Until people wake the hell up and work together to stop big brother people like me have to suffer.

  • We are under a heavy govt hand,it is in too much of the peoples buisness,and under obama ,it has become so much worse,,,

  • Any and all breed bans are both ridiculous and crazy, and nothing more than "see, we did something" b.s. for do-nothing city officials to flaunt.

  • spagetti factory

    I'd like to see some citations on these – and not just to other unverifiable blogs. I.e., the Massachusetts law forbids defacing the large scale industrial milk CANS that are purchased by dealers (and usually emblazoned w/a logo) for wholesale transport. Not the cardboard milk CARTONS you and I buy in the store. Don't believe everything you read, people. < http://www.malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/Par… >

  • Nota Engineer

    The "F" on the front of an engine ( not the whole train) is there for a reason. Engines that require this are identical from front to back and can be used in either direction. In order to keep things straight and prevent accidents, there needs to be some way of distinguishing the two ends. Also, there is no "F" on the front of freight locomotives, because it's not needed. Please take the time to do some research before jerking your knee.

  • Until Americans stand up and demand our Rights, the elected elite continue to protect us, so now everything is illegal, until we fight back. I'm a fighter, and I'll fight for your Rights when I'm elected. Until then, Good luck. There are thousands in our prisons, that are innocent, and when cases are defended in the interest of justice, these citizens are finally released, but the legal professionals who put that innocent person in prison, are never confined for malpractice. When cops, prosecutors, Judges, are put in prison, for equal justice, the innocent will still lose. I want these legal people to stand to lose, if any innocent person is ever jailed. JUSTICE shall be mine.

  • Many politicians enact laws beause they see an opportunity to make themselves look good to their constitutuents. They identify a problem (or make one up) and vow to crack down on it. They always manage to crack down on <insert problem name here> just in time for the next election.

  • Yet at the same time, it's seemingly NOT illegal for Gopldman Sachs and the other large Wall Street firms to sell us "AAA" rated securities, while – at the same time – they are making trillion dollar bets that the securities will fail miserably. Call me nuts, but the little kids with the lemonade stands didn't cripple the world's economy …

  • America: Land of the Fee, Home of the Slave

  • I'm sorry, but this is a poorly written article. It comes off like a bunch of libertarian propaganda. I absolutely agree that laws should not overreach and that they should make sense. But I don't blame the government, I blame all the SUE-HAPPY idiots out there who wanted a get-rich-quick solution. So the government had to standardize everything and require permits for everything, to provide some protection to legitimate businesses. Many of the laws you listed fall under that category. Get idiots to stop bringing lawsuits for every little thing that goes wrong, and you will see the regulations loosen up. Did you happen to check into how much the government has to spend each year on all of the frivolous lawsuits sliming their way through the courts?

  • making dumb laws should be illegal

  • We have always had stupid and strict laws he and there. Its how its always been. People write books about stupid laws and I even have an app on my phone for it.

  • I just read a story along this same line about some poor fisherman who ended up in a federal prison for mislabeling a UPS sticker on a shipment. If you read the actual case (http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/F3/331/1228/510898/) there's a lot more to it than what the writer says. The writer makes it sound like the guy didn't put on the right sticker and feds came and took him away. That's NOT what happened. The guy appears to be catching breeding lobsters that are undersized and damaging the lobster industry for other fishermen.

    If we need to make another law, it should be aimed at the media. Maybe not jail time, but at least the public pillory for gross deception. Politicians too. Maybe we can take that cat litter and put what's being removed to good use and throw it at them.

  • Blast. Bear wrestling was my favorite activity. :-(

  • rorschach1701

    the fascists will close this down BUT the time has come the walrus said…………..to kill ANY ONE especially law enforcement who steps on your toes. Because "following orders DIDN'T work at Nuremberg and it WON'T fly today. I researched WHO had said " An armed society is a polite society.' and was surprised to find out it was Robert A. Heinlein and I thought it was someone back in the 1800s. in any event time to make a stand BEFORE it's TOO LATE. and as Alexander Hamilton(?) said "I care not what others may do, but as for me give me liberty or give me death.

  • rorschach1701

    PLEASE let me know if it was posted or not at johnanzalone6@aol.com

  • rorschach1701

    This figures i am NOT ALLOWED to express my opinion as it is advocating the overthrow of the present gubberment

  • Stephen Rost

    The Congess – The Commander and Cheif – The Court have not yet Outlawed "War".

    What do you say about that one?

  • This is the stupidest article i have ever read. Most of these have specific reasons and they protect us!

    #3 In the United States it is illegal to operate a train that does not have an “F” painted on the front. Apparently without that “F” we all might not know where the front of the train is.
    (if a train is moving directly towards you, theres a good chance you may think its heading away…. and vice versa)

    #5 In America today it is illegal to milk your cow and sell the milk to your neighbor. If you do this, there is a good chance that federal agents will raid your home at the crack of dawn.
    (if your neighbor dies, his family will sue you and the govt for not making laws that require proper processing of milk to kill parasites)

    #7 It is illegal to give a tour of the monuments in Washington D.C. without a license.
    (imagine how many amateur tour guides therell be in the plaza!!! They won't coordinate… any bum can go to a library, print out some flyers and start taking them to the monuments. Imagine like 40 groups of 10 people taking tours. Of course its illegal.

    #8 In the United States it is illegal to sell natural cures for cancer – even if they work.
    (because they don't. If they did the FDA would approve them…. this law is protecting dumb people from buying cancer healing celery sticks for $200/stick from the homepathy shop)

    #9 In the state of Massachusetts it is illegal to deface a milk carton.
    (i can almost guarantee some idiots painted mustaches on a bunch of missing children's faces and they had to pass this law so Timmy that disappeared a week ago will be recognizable)

    #10 In the state of Alabama, bear wrestling is completely illegal.
    (bear wrestling is animal abuse. many people do it… but it should be illegal, cause what if the owner looses and bear decides to go on a rampage)

    #11 In Fairbanks, Alaska it is illegal to give alcoholic beverages to a moose.
    (yeah because people be getting their mooses drunk thinking it warms them up, when in reality it lowers body temp and kills them. Its animal abuse.)

    #12 In Lake Elmo, Minnesota it is illegal to sell pumpkins or Christmas trees that are grown outside city limits.
    (This law is obviously to protect Lake Elmo's biggest export resource – trees and pumpking. I imagine they've had some people just drive down during the holidays, take all the local business and leave. MAKES SENSE.)

    #13 There is a federal law that makes it illegal to be “annoying” on the Internet.
    ( AND conceal your identity. You can smap, flame, and annoy as long as you use your own name…)

    #14 If you register with a false name on MySpace or Facebook you could potentially “spend five years in federal prison“.
    (yeah, if you harass someone (see #13)

  • Not urbusiness

    I haven't seen any links to genuine documentation of some of your most rediculous claims. While you search them down I wish you luck in telling your elderly relative which untested cancer drug really works. Try some honesty, and real facts

  • I forgot one thing [see my reply to Terry Thomas]. John Stossel (who is my age and went to my husband's college, just in case you might think I don't "get" him) IS A COMPLETE TOOL!

  • Most likely, if you investigate, these laws were passed by liberals seeking to inflict a Nanny State on us. In fact, in just THREE YEARS of the Obama Regime, Cass Sunstein has passed over 100,000 regulations on us!

  • This trend in America is very real. The United States has gone on a crusade to correct every flaw, irregularity and unpredictability in human behavior. I'm not so sure that our history of relative freedom isn't helping this trend. Americans tend to take freedom for granted and have a difficult time projecting the consequences of causes and crusades that make them feel good about themselves, regardless of whom it victimizes in the long run. We have become people who would execute everybody who offends an animal and then wonder why there are so many orphans around. It's a scarey situation.

  • In the U.S. National Parks, leaping from cliffs is legal. If you use a parachute it is not legal.

  • There are NO "natural cures" for cancer. There is no such thing. People are barred from selling them because they're a scam and thus endanger other people's lives.

  • 1signthisarticlesuks

    What is awesome about this article is that I get slammed with advertisement pop-ups, need to enter my email (actually make up a generic email) address to comment so I can get slammed again with crappy email advertisements. And when I get around to reading the first of the 19 signs I read the first one "One California town is actually CONSIDERING making it illegal to smoke in your own backyard" Considering is not an action!

  • People who believe that all of these laws are necessary are either quite brainwashed by what they hear on the news or perhaps they are part of the system that is enacting them. You can certainly be a person who is part of that system and make a comment here; no one but that person would know. The sad part is that few people even realize what is happening and the rest are just to scared to try to challenge any of it. The key word to freedom is diligence…I wonder if that word is illegal; yet. And also action; Gandhi used passive non-cooperation… You do not have to hurt anyone to take action; however you must expect to possibly be hurt by the other side if you do. People who like to control other people do not like to give up that power easily; they will fight with all their might to keep it. At the moment I do agree about Ron Paul though; he seems to be the only one not baught and paid for yet.

  • This could have been more informative with all the new ‘no protesting’, ‘no pit bulls’ and ‘must have your name on our website if you get an abortion’ laws, and the old ‘no anal secks’ laws, but you went with bear wrestling and moose drunkenness. It also must be noted that these are all local laws. We really need to be concerned with the Patriot Act and how we as a country allowed it to happen.

  • I told my son afew years ago that soon you won't be able to walk out your front door without consulting a lawyer…….unfortunately that time has arrived much sooner than I anticipated.

  • The mindset that wants everyone perfectly equal is that it makes it socially unacceptable to excel beyond your neighbors. This social phenomenon is prevalent in many close-knit communities where "doing-better" makes you appear "uppity" and leads to ostracism and outright banning from the rest of the group.

  • Law in my State:

    Thou shalt not wash thy own car in thy own driveway"

    Not kidding. Height of stupidity. The rationale is that the oils from the car might run down the street and into some nearby water.

    Have to move the car into the grass.

    Never mind the obvious facts:

    1.) the oil is neutralized by SOAP,
    2.) they have no police resources to enforce it, so why make a stupid law that's not enforceable.

    The State, BTW, is the haven of crackpots called WA state.

    Also, illegal to leave car in your own driveway with the engine running and not be at it.

    "state" is lower case in contempt.

  • I was once arrested for breaking a microwave in my own kitchen.

  • What’s Ron Paul’s favorite form of excercise?An evening Constitutional.

  • 19 Signs That America Has Become A Control Freak Nation… — YOLO (you only live once) I was suggested this web site by my cousin. I am not sure whether this post is written by him as no one else know such detailed about my difficulty. You are wonderful! Thanks! your article about 19 Signs That America Has Become A Control Freak Nation… — YOLO (you only live once)Best Regards Yoder

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