Monthly Archives: May 2012

Something About Marriage

Quick Notes Something About Marriage Why do so many people bother with the private lives of others? Why should strangers care about who others marry or interfere in their efforts to do so? Marriage is a civil right. It is … Continue reading

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Generally Speaking: Privacy and CISPA

Quick Notes Generally Speaking: Privacy and CISPA Yet again I heard a group of people say to a few others that the word privacy does not appear in the constitution and that, even if it did, it wouldn’t be important. … Continue reading

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Laws Derive from Principles

Quick Notes Laws Derive from Principles A lawyer and judge were talking at lunch a few days ago about detectives, spying, and how laws are written and interpreted to allow loopholes. For example, the lawyer said, unwarranted wire-tapping was illegal … Continue reading

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