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2> I don't see why not but IMO a higher solution can be found where citizens endow public utilities by choice and the faculty (base $ amount relative to solvency) of their agency

3> Pre-dispositional bias: IMO each individual has dark/light within while in a civil society, citizens enjoy the dignity of innocent-until-proven-guilty

1) "If there is no over sight, and no REAL checks and balances it (government) will become corrupted beyond recognition and assume powers it was never intended to have"

Agreed, particularly when arguing that individuals should have the right to withdraw from abuse, and to exercise one's conscience concerning the public domain (ex. funding official administrations or not etc)