Spooner was raised a deist and spent some good effort attacking christianity’s obvious sillinesses. He was also skeptical about trial by jury [gutenberg] and considered the US legal system to be, um… illegal. He was a man of his time, correctly identifying slavery as unconstitutional. [gutenberg]
He was not the reverend Spooner that “spoonerisms” are named after; that was Archibald Spooner.
This one is also good:
Since I’ve got photoshop up, here’s one I’ll do as an extra: