Why is it that Multivitamins are always so frickin' large? It's like trying to swallow a Volkswagon.
Given that the First Amendment is part of the supreme law of the land, maybe there ought to be a criminal law against unreasonably violating it
I had not suggested making it a crime for Congress to pass a statute that violates the First Amendment, or making it a crime for a lower court to uphold state action that the Supreme Court later finds to violate the First Amendment. The examples I gave were all of individual officials' violating it
[A tax on pornography] would be a blatant violation of the First Amendment -- there is no conceivable argument that it would not be.
...DK-you're right, but in the normal scenario (i.e., standing up and urinating on the third rail) you won't get electrocuted because the stream will separate into droplets by the time it hits the rail...
This Week on Meet The Press
Rep. Peter King (R-NY), Sen. John Warner (R-VA), and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R-CA)
I've often wondered why American censors are so freaked out by the notion of depicting sex, or even nudity, yet seemingly untroubled by the most horrific violence. Children are going to be traumatized by seeing a woman's breasts, but not by seeing someone shot to death?