“It will not be a criminal offence for an adult person to use or be in possession of cannabis in private for his or her personal consumption.” – Raymond Zondo, Deputy Chief Justice
Kavanaugh’s stance on the Fourth Amendment runs in opposition to what most Americans believe, that the government should not be collecting the personal information of American citizens without a warrant.
In the UK, a government-employed doctor named Dr. David Mackereth was fired for having the belief that gender is determined by biology, not how someone feels.
The developers say that RF-Pose could be used by healthcare practitioners to monitor diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and Parkinson’s. However, the technology has been a call to concern for privacy advocates.
According to the social media giant, the Trending feed has become “less and less useful” as it only accounts for less than 1.5% of clicks to news outlets and was only available in 5 countries. Instead, they tout the addition of more labeling of news articles as “Breaking News”, “Today In”, and “News Video” from “trustworthy and quality sources.”
For years, most people have agreed on legal cannabis. So why does it remain a federal crime? As you may have guessed, several powerful interests are playing gatekeeper over our rights as citizens to use cannabis.
Nearly 30 years ago, one of the greatest conspiracy books of all time accurately predicted these exact events, indicating that the public has been programmed, and that the current outrage against firearms is manufactured.
You can try to place government in between the people and their problems, but by doing so, you’re ultimately putting government between the people and their rights.
Lauren Southern, a Canadian activist, received a ban from the United Kingdom for life because she conducted a social experiment that irritated Muslims.
Originally posted on The Libertarian Heathen:
Violence and substance abuse are cultural issues and mental health issues that are only made worse by state efforts to solve them using prohibition laws. I wanted to wait a little longer to publish this, out of respect for the victims of…
According to CBS, social media giants are “looking for ways to regulate” altered video.