About the only law I can think of right off that I don't agree with is that pot is illegal.
But I think the rest of the laws I agree with pretty well.
the U.S. Code of Laws presently fills most of a 6 foot tall, four foot wide bookshelf. The U.S. Code of Federal Regulations requires 4 six foot tall, 4 foot wide bookshelves. The Code of an average state requires 8 feet of shelf space. The reported decisions of courts in all 50 states and the federal gov't couldn't be housed in an average residence with bookshelves covering all the walls AND floorspace.
i can guarantee that there are innumerable laws, regulations and decisions that currently apply to you, that you would not agree with. For example:
In Massachusetts, a decision by child protective services to remove a child from his mother's care because she attended too many church services in a week (that would be 4 services (IIRC)).
In all 50 fifty states, a sheriff can seize your property (all of it, house, vehicle, BEES, bank accounts, boat, etc) MERELY with an unsworn allegation that those possessions were used in connection with any of a large number of federal offenses, or purchased with proceeds from those offenses (regardless of whether you were the person allegedly committing the crime or not). It is then YOUR legal burden to prove that NO ONE (including any estranged spouses, wild children, acquaintances, renters, landlords, or anyone else with whom you are connected) used or purchased that property in connection with the aforementioned federal offenses. This is especially fun because 1) the sheriff will typically seize your bank account and thus all the money with which you might pay an attorney, and 2) it is a CIVIL proceeding which means you don't get an appointed attorney.
In Michigan, the honey house regs that were promulgated earlier this year were impossible to understand or obey unless you were an attorney AND a commercial size beekeeper. They required a freestanding building (no kitchens or garages), running water, toilet facilities (NOT the ones in your own house, these had to be attached to the honey house), and (you'll love this) NO INSECTS (have you ever seen a honey house without the bees?)
These are just three quick examples of laws that 1) violate principles of liberty and natural justice, 2) peeve me to no end (and should do the same to everyone else, except maybe your sheriff), and 3) arguably violate the Constitution. I guarantee there are thousands more that you would disagree with. They just haven't been applied to you personally. YET.
The only solution is to starve the beast that makes those laws. Gov'ts live on laws, money and the complaceny of their citizens.
have a nice day!