Archives for May, 2016

The Humorous Side of Diets, Fasts, and Hunger Strikes


The persons who want to lose weight;  who have a religious obligation – seen as a burden – to fast;  or who find it advisable to go on a hunger strike, may find nothing funny about the situation they are in. The outsider of these procedures, however, may wonder about the unperceived or unintended oddities associated […]

Taxation: The Unrecognized Voidance of Contract


Abstract In this article, we argue that certain taxes force the contributor to be the victim of a violation of privileges previously obtained and unjustly derogated.  We will not go as far as some who say that all taxation is theft – and shall explain why this is our position.  To this end, we will […]