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The Stanford Experiment

What would you do if you were given the power to literally control another person’s every move?   What if the power to control your own life was taken away?   Very few people live through the thought process of what many others have to everyday.  What if you lived in Iran, North Korea, Russia, or simply prison. In an experiment conducted in […]

What To Do After A Hurricane

Some homes will sustain damage in a hurricane, no matter what you do to avoid it. If your home is damaged in a hurricane, be sure you take the steps below to secure your property and to ensure your insurance claim is handled right away. COVER DAMAGED PROPERTY If your property has wind or rain damage, cover as much as […]

Good Jurors Nullify Bad Laws

Many juries serve with their hands tied and eyes closed, a fact that serves no one but overzealous prosecutors and politicians.  It is important for each citizen to serve on a jury, but not as a pawn of the law, but as an independent thinker willing to stand up to the pressures of their peers. Jury nullification is the constitutionally […]

Gun Law

The Supreme Court’s 2007 decision of DC vs Heller recognized that the Second Amendment established a right to bear arms in self-defense. But in the years since, the high court has hardly taken any gun rights cases further fleshing out this precedent, allowing restrictions to stand. In a seismic 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court struck down a New York scheme that heavily restricted citizens’ […]

Bald Is Beautiful

In an article I take special interest, it now appears that calling a man a “bald c***” is sexual harassment, an ­employment ­tribunal has ruled in England.  Tony Finn, 64, claimed he had been a victim of sexual harassment when his manufacturing firm colleague said he was a “bald c***”. The panel sitting at Sheffield agreed and compared it to when […]

The Tyranny of Unaccountable, Rogue Bureaucracy

The case in question is West Virginia v. EPA, which was decided in June regarding the Obama-era Clean Power Plan, a 2015 regulatory scheme devised by the EPA. The plan sought to reinterpret a decades-old statute to discover new authority for the EPA to forcibly transition the energy sector so that new coal power plants could not be built.  This “plan” was not […]

Camp Lejeune

Recently, President Biden signed the PACT Act in order to help people living or working at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina between 1953-1987 who were exposed to contaminated water that has caused death, illness, and life-altering chronic health conditions. There were two main Volatile Organic Compounds initially identified in Camp Lejeune’s water supply, a dry-cleaning solvent, and a […]

Respect

Recently there was disturbing footage of a toddler cursing and swinging at cops while adults in the background hurled curse words and slurs in St. Paul, Minnesota, where crime has soared since the killing of George Floyd in 2020. The footage was recorded last week while police were at a home to serve a search warrant in the hunt for a murder […]

Who Can We Trust To Shut-Down Honest Work?

Over-enforcement has become all too common when it comes to youthful attempts at entrepreneurship.  Take for example an for The Telegraph, where a man named Andre Spicer wrote about the experience of his five-year-old daughter who tried to open a small lemonade stand in the family’s East London neighborhood. After about 30 minutes, four local council enforcement officers stormed up to her […]

Medical Malpractice: Medical Mistakes Happen

In July of 2000, JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) published that physician mistakes were the third leading cause of death in the United States.  Thus the question, over the last 20 years and during the Covid Pandemic did the attention to medical errors make the situation better? Deaths Per Year (From 2000) 12,000 — unnecessary surgery 7,000 — medication errors […]

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