If this is happening to your teenage daughter then YOU should be held responsible.
Actually, executive orders are not mentioned once within the constitution. They only have force of law because they are a part of "private law" (as opposed to common law). You are subject to "private law" in this nation if you are a "United States Citizen" which was a class of citizenship that did not exist pre-civil war and was made for the recently freed slaves. Prior to the civil war, everyone was a citizen of their state. Prior to the civil war, the united states was a group of nations united for defensive purposes, each locally self-ruling.
Today we stand as the Forcefully-United States, one body, dominated via violence. We are no where near our founder's intents.
It is our culturally indoctrinated embarrassment of our personal sexual selves that result in this sort of nonsense.
Sex is okay. Nudity is okay. What is not okay is how uptight our society is about the natural human body.
Being seen having sex by any number of people should never result in the death of an individual and any link between the two is false.
Children are inherently unbalanced - this is why there is such thing as a legal age.
If a child is having sex the parent should be held accountable and charged with allowing this activity.
Parents must be held responsible for their children's actions.
MOOC = massive open online course
If you haven't noticed, the entire planet is within the jurisdiction of the US, de facto.
Of course they could. With access to the data they'll quickly know where all of their "concerns" live and be able to , well, "address them".
Actually this is not what I have found. It took me a long while to find my path into STEM.
I started as a psych major, then realized I don't want to maintain and fix, but to create.
So I turned my experienced hobby into my major, computer science. Fell in love with programming. But this was too artificial feeling for me. Computer science is a fine social product.
Now I'm a biology major, with a focus on genetics. I want to understand how natural programs work. Maybe even write some of my own one day, with tons of example works to draw from out in the [actual] field.
Each person ought pay a flat percentage rate yearly for the cost of the previous year, no ifs ands or buts.
That is to say if it costs the sum of government 2 trillion total to run, and the GDP was 20 trillion, then 10% of each individuals income would go to the government to make up the 20 trillion.
Its the only fair way.
This is correct - its called freedom and liberty.
The only time the law ought exercise its power of force to deprive a private entity of its property is to make whole another damaged by that private entity's actions.
On second thought.... maybe this wouldn't suit your case very well.
From the website:
"Camera Mouse was invented at Boston College to help people with disabilities use the computer. We make it available for free download, with no gimmicks or advertisements or registration, because we want to help as many people as possible."
The problem has always been that criminals will still have access to guns because the banning of desirables actually increases access via the resulting highly profitable black markets.
The only ones with such weapons will be criminals and the government, leaving the vast mass of law-abiding people defenseless.
I think they might be talking about logic.
People need roads. People put businesses next to well traveled roads. People who work for businesses build houses near their work. Cities form.
Plant trees! First and foremost, YES!
And turn to CLEAN nuclear!
The nuclear plants we have today were intended to produce weaponizable waste.
"There's no such thing as "fairness" - it's a fairy tale concept that causes humans far too much suffering."
This is what evil men tell themselves so they may sleep well at night.