What is the point of law? Is it to settle disputes that arise between two individuals; the way common law was born? Or perhaps law is meant to spur debate on the use of the oxford comma, like a high stakes schoolhouse lesson on grammar.
Imagine men in bleach white bio suits with medical masks show up at your door. You are suspected of carrying a communicable disease. You will now be arrested and held without due process, indefinitely.
The government could do this any day.
They have the “authority”. They have the personnel. They have the funding. Now all they need is the excuse.
You know what everyone is really nostalgic for? The good old days during the cold war when everyone thought humanity was going to be wiped out by a nuclear holocaust. There was something cozy about nuclear fallout shelters and cowering under a desk as the air raid sirens blare in the distance.
Clearly, the media manipulates the population’s worldview. But less obvious is that this altered perception manifests itself into reality.
It is the old, which came first, the chicken or the egg? To what extent does the media encourage the negative events they love to report on?
Take heed of the Hound’s warning, and let it free you. There is no guarantee of a job or safety net, there is no absolute security from evil doers, and there is only so much you can do to prevent accidents and illness. The silver lining is that recognizing this is the best way to cushion yourself from the vulnerabilities of an unpredictable world.
Court is boring! If you want to get a conviction in the age of short attention spans, you need to entertain the jury!
Why would you rely on facts and truth in the U.S. court of law, when you could just play a Hollywood fabrication?
European leaders are now calling for a federal union to salvage the EU. At least four European leaders have asked for a European “Federal Union” to build up the relationship between European nation-states.
Do Democrats suddenly realize that people shouldn’t be forced into groups of which they want no part? Are liberals starting to understand the detriments of federally centralized power?
As the idea of startup societies spreads, we will live in a worldwide melting pot of experimental government which will continuously lead us to a better place through competition to attract inhabitants by forming the best government.