So many important issues for Americans. I for one want to make educated opinions and help my country which is why I enrolled in a college course studying The Voice. After all...this is what is important to us. The rest of the world could learn a lot from us. I may minor in Kardashian.
The future of America is in our schools which is just a nice way of saying we are screwed.
The Donald has no real interest in helping people. He just writes them off as "losers". Sounds like a very caring person.....NOT. I've had enough of mean people. I think, in the end, THEY are 'losers' and we should try to help them...but not elect them President. Mental counseling perhaps?
Rumor Flash. Trump developing stun gun that detects losers and automatically fires at us between the eyes and puts us on a Not Allowed List for any reality styled television show.
As a lawyer, of course, I am trained not to have a final
opinion until the check clears. Wait. Can I say that?
I'm old but still have a little passion in my life for food,
photography, travel, reading, golf, blogging, facebook and
women. Could you back off for a little while and not make
any more criminal laws relating to those activities?
p.s. It's ok to make work a crime.
I didnt think we were suppose to French kiss Muslims.
Odd. Coincidence that nine drones are hovering over my house minutes after I posted this? Worse the food police are knocking at my door saying they have a warrant to search for lard and white flour.
Our close Asian ally, Thailand, continues to crush both free speech and political dissent under its draconian criminal code. Mechanic Thanakorn Siripaiboon, 27, is facing a potential of 37 years for allegedly insult King Bhumibol Adulyadej, 88, by "liking" a humorous photoshopped photo of the King's dog and passing it along to his over 600 "friends." That's all it take in Thailand to face 37 years in jail . . . insulting the King's dog. It is all part of what is called lèse-majesté governing royal insults but this is the first known extension of the law to royal pets.
Of course, if you do anything....you violate some law
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We have been discussion how England has seen the rise of calls for speech prosecutions. The trend appears to be accelerating underDavid Cameron. While seen across Europe, this trend has been especially pronounced free speech rights in the Westin England ( hereand here and here and here and hereand here and here and here and hereand here and here). In one of the most vivid examples of the decline of free speech in England, an evangelical preacher named James McConnell, 78, from Northern Ireland has been charged criminally for calling Islam "satanic." The preacher is charged with spreading a "grossly offensive" message for what should be considered (and protected) as religious and political speech.
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"The position, [Alfonso Aguilar, executive director of the American Principles Project's Latino Partnership] later told reporters, is "perhaps even worse" than Donald Trump's plan for dealing with people already in the country illegally. The group has already said it could not support Trump as the GOP nominee due to his hardline immigration proposals, which have been characterized as amounting to mass deportation.