I'm not selling anything, the information I offer is free. The work I do on it is done off the clock and believe me, there is little or no appreciation for the time I spend on this site. I'm not in it to make friends and I have many other things to do with my time. I'm no expert on anything and am the foremost authority on nothing; but I can read. I appreciate the utter logic of men like Thomas Jefferson, Martin Luther King or John F. Kennedy and take notice of the words of wisdom of men like them. Christ is one as well. I believe we can learn from them, that some of their words are timeless and belong to all of us. Words are power and they can be used against those who do not understand them and can be powerful tools against evil. Words are all we have.
When a policeman pulls up behind you in traffic, regardless of having their lights/siren on or not, most of us would say that a nervousness develops within us and we begin to behave differently. When you enter a courtroom, there is a feeling of subjectivity that overwhelms most of us and we begin to feel nervous, as if we've done something. Similar to being called into the principle's office or your boss' office, if it's not routine. You feel like harm may come of you if you're caught behaving in a way that is somehow unknowingly illegal. Is this natural? Was this what Thomas Jefferson had in mind for the citizens of the United States? To live in fear? Is this what God had in mind? Think about it, both God and Jefferson had our best interests in mind when choosing the great words of wisdom used to protect YOU. Words like "unalienable rights". You should appreciate them taking the time to choose them so carefully by taking some time to comprehend them, understanding how they apply to you and by learning to live by them.
It takes humility to come to the conclusion that one's been hoodwinked and taken advantage of somehow. It takes a willingness to go by what you feel, not what you've heard or been told. It takes being a leader of yourself and your own mind, nobody is going to do it for you. The good news is, you don't have to do all the research yourself. You can research the researchers and their research. Hey, if you want to, you can re-create the wheel, spend more energy on defending your claim to voluntary slavery, than it would take to actually find the truth and completely remove yourself from it.
But you do so by choice; REMEMBER THAT.
IF half the people spent half the time they expend arguing, on researching what's coming out of their own mouths, we wouldn't be having this discussion at all.