Keep Private Activities Private

We are the government and the governed. We have the right of privacy and a duty to secure privacy for everyone. We have a right to liberty and a duty to secure everyone from involuntary servitude.

We must not require ourselves to disclose interactions among consenting adults in private spaces. We must not require ourselves to perform involuntary service.

We must not require ourselves to report individual income or to report employment among individuals.

Because unreported activities cannot be equitably regulated, we must not tax individual income; must not regulate individual campaign contributions, nor sole proprietors, nor labor relations among individuals; and must not tax the payrolls or sales of sole proprietors.

For access to credit and for liability limits, corporations voluntarily report transactions. In regulating and taxing corporations, we are not constrained by privacy rights.