Commissioner says “No Wrong Doing” But on what assessment?
by Cheryl Morrow
When the police arrest someone, they take away that person’s fundamental right to freedom. 698 more words
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will be appearing before a joint hearing with the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. The structural reasoning -as sold by media- surrounds social media privacy, and the use and abuse of user data. 35 more words
Chalk one up for basic logic and reason. The main argument presented by ExxonMobil corporation attorneys was that their First amendment “free speech” rights — a basic right in our Bill of Rights intended ONLY for human beings — were violated by not being honest to investors and the public about its own internal knowledge about burning fossil fuels resulting in climate change and its business implications was rightfully dismissed by the judge. 77 more words
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Sheriff Scott Israel is calling on people to give lawmakers the authority to hold people involuntarily and give them mental evaluations for posting edgy shit on the internet.