This loon wants to require licenses for pet groomers. She's a shit stirrer, not an actual reporter. And I'm blocking her because I don't tolerate that sort of person in my timeline.
(Also, this nit blocked replies to her post. Very, very rude, since she asked a question in it.) https://t.co/YBkBnHU5po
I could recycle the Mapp v. Ohio quote indefinitely. Here's another example of cops and prosecutors violating the law, this time by manufacturing evidence. Of course, *they* don't call it that. https://t.co/FaXf3xA5bC
RT @QuentCordair: As with any other invaluable quality of character, self-discipline must be built, nurtured, maintained. It neither comes nor remains without effort, intent, and abiding attentiveness. #NoteToSelf
RT @dandrezner: No big whoop, just catching up on Menand’s “The Free World” and coming across a passage that stops me dead in my tracks. https://t.co/EBSaW4J2Rd
"Nothing can destroy a government more quickly than its failure to observe its own laws, or worse, its disregard of the charter of its own existence. " Mapp v Ohio, 367 U.S. 643 (1961)
Cops routinely access sealed arrest records in defiance of the law.
Not really surprising: You now need a license to distribute codes for making 3D printed weapons and a license to make those weapons. Can registration of 3D printers be far behind?
Of course, this is not about the federal debt, it's entirely about seeking political advantage. And while the politicians play their games, we continue to impoverish ourselves. https://t.co/n5Mhmt5c80
Once again, the Bee crosses the line from satire to news (though this is old news):
I'm an #Objectivist who has "shrugged". It's time to look for exits.
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