If you ever want to understand why the US Bill of Rights was written the way it was, you can derive all of the individual rights it guarantees from these axioms:
1. Everyone has a right to life (which could be thought of as property, itself. Your body is your property, no one else's)
2. Everyone has a right to property
3. Everyone can do what they wish with their own life or property so long as they do not damage someone else's property, life, or rights without consent.
Congress set to pass bill to HIDE election security AUDIT RESULTS from the public on January 21st. First business DAY ONE!
"Exempting election security information from public records disclosure."
As I slowly claw my life back from Google services, email's going to be the most annoying part. Not because of my gigabytes of saved emails (read and unread) in Gmail but because there are other accounts on my domain that I've had grandfathered into Google Apps forever that I need to make sure that my relatives are not using.
This is not to say that all who are de-platformed are the same as Martin Luther King.
But many don't realize just how unpopular King was in his own era.
You can't cast a net that catches only "bad" anti-establishment views without catching some who would advance justice.
This report is fascinating even for the non-IT literate farm dame.
Is this what people call this “finding a smoking gun”?
Most Popular President In History To Be Inaugurated In Secret Behind Giant Wall Guarded By Thousands Of Soldiers
Next door neighbors that recently moved in have been regularly playing their music too loud with the bass throbbing through the wall. Jokingly suggested to get in some ocarina practice as a response, and now my wife has decided it's a great way to time my practice, and she expects skills to get a lot better while we have these neighbors 😂
A programmer with interests in entirely unrelated subjects
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