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Published on May 8, 2013
The truth about drivers license and how you have been suckered by the government into paying for and abiding by rules that do not apply to any one individual when not engaged in any kind public transportation moving people or using roadways as a business for making money.
Eddie Craig presentation on traffic stops and how to act, including what to do and what not to do, plus education on maintaining your rights during traffic stops and other police encounters.
Currently under construction, Tao of Law aspires to be the most technologically-advanced, cutting-edge, web-based patriot community and patriot educational, unifying, organizational and mobilizing tool in existence.
Why "Tao" of Law? "Tao" is a Chinese word loosely meaning "way" or "path." Most accurately, Tao is not a name for a thing; rather, it is the underlying natural order and principles of the universe. Thus, Tao of Law's goal is to teach not only true law, but also the underlying and guiding principles of law that the modern court system, judges, police officers, politicians, legislators - and even We the People - seem to have long forgotten.
Tao of Law is being built in two phases. All of the features, functions and tools that will be available when Tao of Law is initially launched are outlined in Phase-I at: http://logosradionetwork.com/tao/. Even more (and more revolutionary) features, functions and tools are planned for addition under Phase-II, based on popularity, usage and financial support of the Phase-I features, functions and tools.
Meanwhile, a couple of free resources are currently available here: (Eddie Craig's Traffic Stop Practice Script - http://logosradionetwork.com/tao/down...), which will help you establish and maintain your rights during traffic stops and other encounters with police, and his (Cross-Examination Practice Script - http://logosradionetwork.com/tao/down...), which will guide you through cross-examination in court.