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Two practical suggestions for those protesting Kavanaugh’s restaurant dinners
You’ve heard about it, right? Kavanaugh went to a Morton’s steakhouse in DC for dinner. A group of protesters learned of his presence and grouped outside the steakhouse. Kavanaugh and his security detail — you know, the “detail” he demanded … Continue reading
Posted in Consumer boycott, Judiciary, police violence, Politics, The Facts of Life, The god problem, War on women Tagged First Amendment, football coach prayer, Joseph Kennedy, Kavanaugh, Morton's, police raids, restaurant protests, SCOTUS Six Comments Off on Two practical suggestions for those protesting Kavanaugh’s restaurant dinners
D’ya think we should amend the First Amendment?
From Harper’s Weekly Review: An Austrian court ruled that intentional flatulence contains no “communicative content” and thus is not protected by the freedom of expression.
Posted in The Facts of Life Tagged First Amendment, freedom of expression, Harper's Weekly Review, intentional flatulence Comments Off on D’ya think we should amend the First Amendment?
The point of a constitution
Somewhere in my files there is a proposed draft constitution for Iraq, composed after Saddam was removed and the country began to reconstruct itself without him. It is a stellar document, inspiring to read. Our Constitution was clearly a model … Continue reading
Posted in Law, suits and order, Politics, The Facts of Life, voting rights Tagged Alexey Kovalev, Alexey Navalny, First Amendment, Iraqi constitution, Nation of Laws, peaceable assemblage, Russian constitution, The Constitution Comments Off on The point of a constitution