Tag: Opinion

Horrific AI surveillance experiment uses convicted felons as human guinea pigs

When a convicted felon in the US completes their court-mandated sentence(s) they’re considered a free citizen with limited rights. Felons can only vote in two states, they cannot legally own a firearm, and they may not serve on a jury. Otherwise the articles of the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights apply to those […]

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Meat Shortages Show Need For Federal Slaughterhouse Reform

When the coronavirus began to ravage the nation’s slaughterhouses, beef and pork production plummeted by more than 30%, triggering meat shortages and barren store shelves. To prevent future shortages, Congress is currently considering the PRIME Act, a bill that would ease restrictions on local, small-scale slaughterhouses. Ever since the Wholesome Meat Act of 1967, beef, […]

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Parking Tickets Covered By Eighth Amendment’s Ban On Excessive Fines, Federal Court Rules

In a decision that managed to cite both La La Land and Magna Carta, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday that parking tickets and fees must comply with the Eighth Amendment’s ban on “excessive fines.” Although the ruling is only a partial victory for the Angeleno drivers in this case, it […]

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Scientists put penis rings on bisexual men to prove they exist

A team of researchers recently published a study on bisexual men that, surprisingly, indicates they exist. This comes as a shock because the lead researcher, Professor J. Michael Bailey of Northwestern University, previously determined that bisexual men were, more-or-less, just confused gays or straights. I’m paraphrasing, what that paper, published in 2005, really said was: […]

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Goya? I Don’t Know Her

Credit: Ron Antonelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images Friendship with Goya is over. The CEO of the foods brand, Bob Unanue, stopped by the White House on Thursday for the Hispanic Prosperity Initiative event. During a televised press conference held in the Rose Garden, Unanue praised President Trump, saying, “We are all truly blessed… to have a […]

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Not Just Karens: More People Seem To Be Taking The Law Into Their Own Hands During The Pandemic

Source: Charles Ommanney / Getty It’s a contentious time in the U.S., with a pandemic, racial equality, police violence and a presidential election all occupying people’s attention. Given all that stress, it can seem like people are taking the law into their own hands more often. In recent weeks, there have been confrontations over removing […]

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