It didn’t take long for government to prove that they are authoritarian monsters in the case of the first seastead, and they did it with a vengeance. Get all of the details here. What’s in the News with stories on bad boys x 2, mercy killing legal, debt spending, Bill Weld, and cryptocurrency taxation news. And, an Ask Me Anything where I answer your questions on libertarian superheroes, how I invest my money, paying more for tax-free products, crypto usage in New Hampshire, and Bill Weld.

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WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES

Holy shit, guys. It didn’t take long for government to prove that they are authoritarian monsters in the case of the first seastead, and they did it with a vengeance, destroying the seastead and charging the two who lived on the seastead with breaching Section 119 of Thailand’s Criminal Code. That section of code concerns any acts that cause the country or parts of it to fall under the sovereignty of a foreign state or deterioration of the state’s independence. It is punishable by death or life imprisonment.

WHAT’S IN THE NEWS

In bad boys news, a Pennsylvania police officer will not face charges for accidentally shooting a suspect in the stomach inside a police station last month, the district attorney announced Friday.

In more bad boys news, a Bob Jones University Police Department officer was arrested and taken to jail for the repeated rape of a mentally challenged woman—over the course of three years.

In mercy news, terminally ill adults in New Jersey will now be able to ask for medical help to end their lives.

In debt spending news, this year, Washington will spend a staggering $35,148 per household and collect $26,677 per household in taxes. The resulting budget deficit of $8,471 per household will bring the total national debt to $177,000 per household.

In Weld Watch news, Bill Weld has announce finally that he is running against Trump for the GOP nomination, saying, “America deserves better.”

In cryptocurrency news, Congress is seeking information from the IRS, saying that American taxpayers face an unacceptable ambiguity over cryptocurrency.

ASK ME ANYTHING

It’s that time again! I’m going to answer your burning questions! I answer your questions on libertarian superheroes, how I invest my money, paying more for tax-free products, crypto usage in New Hampshire, and Bill Weld.