Tag Archives: Winston-Salem

Paying in pennies

By William R. Toler A Winston-Salem activist paid his vehicle tax bill last week…in pennies. Clyde Freeman walked into the Forsyth County tax office with a box full of pennies, clad in a t-shirt that read “Taxation is Theft” and … Continue reading

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Cop Blocker confronts officers on speeding

By William R. Toler While driving through the streets of Winston-Salem, a concerned individual noticed two police officers breaking the law. Clyde Voluntaryist, founder of Carolinas Cop Block and Never Take a Plea, followed the two cruisers until they parked. … Continue reading

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NC city plans to limit speech

By William R. Toler As pointed out in this blog before, the threat of tyranny comes not only from the overreaching federal government, but also from local elected officials on a power trip. A city council in the Triad is … Continue reading

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