Nanny State: Cops Stop Teens from Shoveling Snow Without Their Government Issued Permit

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SOURCE: Daily Sheeple

Toss this one on the list right next to the ridiculousness of government-targeted lemonade stands:

There’s a war against making any money the government can’t take a cut of these days.

In Louisiana, for example, a law was passed in 2011 making it illegal to use cash to purchase anything secondhand even though our Fed notes clearly state, “This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private.” How many people who hold garage sales take credit cards, anyway? Bye bye almost all Louisiana garage sales.

Well now teens who want to make a few extra bucks shoveling snow-covered driveways for old ladies are out of luck unless they apply for, pay for, and are granted the permission of the all mighty government.

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