I'm not sure where your information is from, but, as far as breaks go, there's no federal legislation at all, it varies from province to province. Generally you're entitled to a half-hour break every 5 hours, which must be paid if you're required to remain on site, but can otherwise be unpaid.
There's no special provision anywhere for law-enforcement (except that the RCMP are not allowed to strike. Farm workers, commercial fishers, oil field workers, loggers, home care givers, professionals, managers and some categories of salespersons have special federal provisions in other areas of worker's rights.
Paul does certainly use language that would appear to require a single "original fall" event by one person, but it's also likely, given the historical context and his generally lax exegesis of the old testament, that he's simply appropriating the Adam story out of context to make a point in contrast to Jesus. Certainly,there's a complete lack of reference in the Old Testament to Adam after Genesis 5, and no concept of original sin.
There also isn't a case in the bible where someone is condemned based on original sin, any punishment meted out to a person is based on a specific choice that person made. Bad things do happen to "good" people, it's true, but even Jesus denied that those were necessarily punishment for sin.
The concept of original sin is far from universally accepted in christianity. The concept of universal sin, is nearly universal, but inherrited sin isn't. Also, nearly all Protestant churches would deny that Mary was without sin, original or othewise.
Christianity commands all Christians
You're being awefully generallistic here. There's no such command in the Bible, and it's only tradition that leads to this being the accepted belief in many christian sects. Even in the bible itself, it's pretty clear that there were other people outside of Adam and Eve that Cain would have reason to fear after killing his brother. It's also fairly defensible to read the second creation story as the specific creation of the nation of Israel, and not the general creation of the world. Here, Adam is at most the first patriarch of Israel, and possibly just a symbolic one at that.
they'd be spending cubic dollars
No wonder I can't seem to get ahead, all this time I've been using rectangular or cylindrical dollars.
Why do you have to take a sick day to work from home? If you're healthy enough to drag yourself to work, your healthy enough to drag yourself to your computer and telecommute. You still get the work done, but you don't spread it to others.
If your office doesn't allow this, then that's something that needs to change. I'm not saying that you can change it - it's a whole cultural view that needs to change.
It's worse than pro-sports. In pro-sports, at least, there are amateur leagues in place that do a pretty good job at identifying and developing the best of the best. There's no doubt that Gates and Zuckerberg are talented, but they're talented in the way that pro basketball players were talented in the 1940s. When your selection pool starts out by excluding 99%+ of the population due to lack of wealth or connections, you severly limit the number of superstars you'll be able to find.
why in the hell does wikipedia have articles about the TV series, movie, and video game but not the damned books?
You mean like this?