3:03 pm March 3, 2010, by jgalloway
This posted on the political blog run by CBS News:
Since 1951, South Carolina has had a law on its books requiring anyone looking to overthrow the government to, well, register with the government.
No one had actually registered until February, when news of the law’s existence spread on the internet and talk radio. Now State Sen. Larry Martin, a Republican, has introduced legislation to repeal the law, known as the “subversive activities registration act.”
The post includes a link to the form all subversives are required to fill out. In addition to a $5 fee, applicants are asked to supply the name of their chief agent, and all cell members.
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