Students in the US have their rights severely curtailed at school. They have no rights under the 1st, 4th, or 5th amendments.
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Perhaps the writer didn't know if he was using coax or twisted pair.
The type of people who do that don't fight for anyone's rights. They fight to consolidate their own power.
Automatic weapons are terrible for accurate shot placement. Their only use is keeping heads down while people with practical weapons advance into better firing positions.
You might not "win," but there have been a number of SWAT officers killed during no-knock raids where the homeowner believed it was a home invasion. Several of those victims (the homeowners, I mean) have survived to be acquitted in court even.
Most of the Arab nations actually have massive diversified investment schemes that will allow them to continue being rich even without oil. Of course, it's easier for the smaller ones like Dubai and the UAE, but Saudi Arabia has been unhitching as many of their economy's horses from oil as they can for a long time.
Yes, but those terrorism things are SuperBad®!
Even then, you can't really be sure unless you inspected the silicon wafers yourself.
Not true at all. If I witness Bob murder Tom, I know Bob murdered Tom. If, however, Bob manages to destroy all physical evidence of murdering Tom, convicting him can't be done on my word alone.
There are many cases where it is well-known that someone is a criminal, and yet they are not prosecuted for lack of admissible evidence.
Anyone with enough money to build a private, self-contained floating city has enough money to not worry about the cost of securing it against most any attack short of that launched by a national military force.
It seems the largest part of the communication problem when talking about libertarian ideas is the misconception that "libertarian" means "no government." There are those who attach themselves to libertarian causes who would like to see "no government," but a libertarian government would exist with the mandate to protect people from exactly the sorts of things you just questioned.
Being against the initiation of force is not, in any way, the same as being against all uses of force at all times.
That's also the description of every other system of government once put into practice.
9th & 10th Amendments. Unless it's a power granted to the Federal Government, or reserved by a State, it's a right retained by the people.
Unfortunately, the Supreme Court has ruled that even the most tenuous, indirect link to interstate commerce creates Federal jurisdiction, which means only those rights specifically enumerated are actually protected in their eyes.
You are obviously a part of Satan's cabal, attempting to spread his grip to God-fearing communities through the insanity-inducing devil-weed known as marajawana...
It wouldn't be if "virtual" and "trash free" were both meant to describe the setup independently of each other. Since "virtually" actually describes "trash free," the usage is correct. If you're going to be a pedant, at least be a correct pedant.