Comment: How about just getting familiar with some scholarly research

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How about just getting familiar with some scholarly research

done on this topic. I will link it again:

http://www.constitution.org/lrev/roots/orphaned_right.pdf

I am not pimping constitution.org, I was looking for the work of Roger Roots titled, "The Orphaned Right: The Right to Travel by Automobile" and just happened to find it in .pdf form on their site.

Look up some of the citations in the appendix. Many are court cases. Read the opinions.

One path to challenging driver licensing on constitution grounds is that no branch of government possesses authority to be or act dishonest by fraudulently legislating or enforcing any registration, licensing, or taxation scheme lacking a full and honest disclosure.