Killing government regulations have been all the rage lately, and one state took it all the way. What’s in the News with stories on guilty of being scary, Space Farce, heroes update, Alabama marriage, TSA on cannabis, and death penalty in NH. Finally, an Ask Me Anything where I answer your questions on off-grid children, answering census questions, Socratic method with minarchists, is monarchy better than democracy?

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WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES
Killing government regulations have been all the rage lately. Trump ran his campaign for President claiming that he would kill regulations that are hurting America. Gov. Sununu in New Hampshire worked to kill 1,600 state regulations in 2017. One state took this all the way!

WHAT’S IN THE NEWS
In scary news, a man has been fined for pretending to be a ghost and other rowdy behavior in a cemetery.

In Space Farce news, a key House panel has rejected the Trump administration’s plan to create Space Force, a sixth branch of the U.S. military focused on orbital operations.

In heroes news, Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange was hit with new federal criminal charges alleging he conspired with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to obtain and publish secret documents, some of which included the disclosure of identities of foreigners who were aiding the U.S. military abroad.

In some good news, Alabama’s House voted to end the requirement for a marriage license in the state.

In cannabis news, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) updated its policy on cannabis over the Memorial Day weekend, changing the medical marijuana section of its “What Can I Bring?” webpage from reading “no” to “yes” (with “special instructions”).

In New Hampshire, it’s like this too news, New Hampshire has just joined 20 other states in making it illegal for the state to use the death penalty.

ASK ME ANYTHING
I answer your questions on off-grid children, answering census questions, Socratic method with minarchists, is monarchy better than democracy.