For 30+ years as a news hound and reporter of weird stuff, I, Xeno, have believed it is the duty of Americans to speak up truthfully about what they like and dislike. We have the right to complain, to make things better. This was true in the past. Is it still? I like peace, non-violence, transparency in government and privacy and fair voting for the public. I oppose violence and support peaceful plans. I try to read a broad spectrum of news and ideas, but don’t agree with everyone or everything I read or see. Reading is not approving, obviously. … Continue reading The Great American Right to Complain
Not many men have sole custody of 19 of their own children, 13 by foreign surrogate mothers. In the news is the case of a weathly Japanese man, Mitsutoki Shigeta, who was recently awarded sole custody of 13 children by … Continue reading Japanese Court: Father is “Sole Parent” to 13 Babies
Feb 14, 2018 Update: This blog entry was posted Jan 10, over a month before the horrific Feb 14 Parkland Florida high school shooting of 17 students by a former student. Parkland is about 550 miles (over 8 hours) away … Continue reading Florida: Up to 15 years in Prison for a “Pew pew pew” drawing
Slavery as a condition of web page use? I found a web site where a hidden term is that you agree to not disobey any employee of the company. The interface is set up so it is not possible to … Continue reading Hidden Web Site Terms: You Must Obey!
If you disagree with a law, did you know you can legally override it? You can, on a jury. You may, of course, vote “not guilty” if you feel there is a reasonable doubt about circumstances in a case, or … Continue reading Jury Nullification: The Most Power You Have as a Private Citizen in the USA
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