On this podcast, Kyle Rearden joins us once again to continue discussing his “Right to Travel” series. In this installment, we cover the infringements on “right on travel” and how they became law in Kyle’s home state of Texas. These infringements include: driver’s licensure, vehicle registration, emissions inspections, liability certification, traffic stops, and general funding (how the roads are paid for). Towards the end, Kyle also let us know whether these infringements are constitutional, unconstitutional, or extraconstitutional. This series will conclude on Thursday.

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Show Notes:

Extraconstitutional #7: Do You Have the Right to Travel?

Argumentation Ethics: An Anthology

Right to Travel Bibliography


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