lemwon4 said: YAWN again. I know what "statist" means. It's just used so much by libertarian wackos that it has lost all meaning. the amount of care I have for being called a statist is zero.
Reports the Wall Street Journal. Maybe it’s time to update the Fourth Amendment:
the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches, seizures and pre-date research queries, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized or hotties to be stalked.
Mugabe and his family decided to go on vacation to celebrate the win. Grace, his wife, John his son and Sarah his daughter wanted to go to the Bahamas but Mugabe wanted to go to Dubai.
So they decided to vote and the result was as follows:
— The choice to be child-free is admirable, not selfish - Jill Filipovic in The Guardian
— University of Chicago Law Professor Rady Picker, New EU Threat to Microsoft Offers a Cautionary Tale. TechFreedom’s recent amicus brief in the case of Wyndham v. FTC warned that the FTC’s settlements of online consumer protection cases “are devoid of doctrinal analysis and offer little more than an infinite regress of unadjudicated assertions. (via alphatechfreedom)
- $3.8B the amount of money Mark Zuckerberg made today after Facebook surged 30 percent on the stock market today, the result of a very robust second quarter. The company reported $1.81 billion in revenue and $333 million in net profit, largely as a result of a surge in mobile revenue, which was once seen as the company’s blind spot. The stock is currently at a level not seen since the company held its IPO in May 2012. source
Under current law, when an Internet user distributes unlawful content on a third-party website, that website is generally immune from liability for the user’s wrongdoing. Some state Attorneys General (‘AGs”) have recently suggested changing the law in order to impose state criminal liability on intermediaries.