Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Louisiana Bans State's Businesses from Accepting Cash, Requires Them to Spy on Clients

If you believe in economic freedom and civil liberties, this story is really going to get your ire up!

"Writing for the blog of Louisiana-based law firm Ackel & Associates, Thad D. Ackel reports on a bizarre and troubling development in Louisiana law, a statute that prohibits Louisiana’s businesses from accepting cash transactions if they qualify under the new law as 'secondhand dealers.'"

Get the details and learn what chilling parallel this law has with the policies of the federal TSA-- and what it says about the rise of the police state in America: Read the rest of my article at The Silver Underground.


Wes Messamore,
Editor in Chief, THL
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