South Carolina Losing Subversive Revenu

In what will likely deal a crushing blow to yet another revenue stream for budget-tight South Carolina, State Senator Larry A. Martin last week introduced a proposal to repeal the  Subversive Activities Registration Act. According to Martin, the law has been on the state’s books since 1951 and mandates that state-based subversives first register  and pay a five dollar filing fee with the state prior to any activities related to overthrowing the government or face some nasty fines.

This is too good to make up. Really.

Read my piece here.