This is why we have courts that can strike down bad laws.
Indeed, someone has to be willing to break a bad law, and go to court in order for it to get heard.
âoeI certainly donâ(TM)t agree that I am violating any law.â
And his justification:
âoeThat is so outrageously unconstitutional that I would prefer myself to honor the United States Constitution and take my chances that recording a conversation with a judge in a federal case and opposing lawyers is somehow in violation of a Massachusetts statute that makes me a felon,â Nesson said.
While I can certainly see how perhaps there are cases where this sort of behavior would indeed be very bad, in this particular case I think Nesson is right.
I, like you, see our destruction of the environment as a debt to future generations and actions must be taken to protect the world for the future, however, please consider the fact that our children won't have a future if we've spent out economy into oblivion. If you are ok with the United States going up to 25% unemployment again, people by the tens-of-millions living on the streets on in shelters, and your children having little to no education (or an advantage really) to speak of all for the protection of the environment, then I guess such considerations need not be made.
I believe this to be a false choice. You seem to imply that the current implementation proposed would cause a complete economic disaster. I do not see this as the case. Other countries have done what we are proposing, in fact the rest of the developed world with the exception of China have done it.
The so-called Presidential lines aren't suitable for actual medical application
They were, and still are, suitable for research. Many of these lines have been contaminated in ways which pretty much already precluded any actual medical application.
People are quite cockroachlike, though not quite cockroaches ourselves. We will survive as a species in some sort of existence if any animals of 30+ pounds survive.
. I'm going to have to disagree here. We may make it for 1000 more years, hell perhaps longer. Ultimately however, the bacteria still own this planet and they are going to do just fine regardless of what stupid shenanigans we are up to in the meantime.
It requires adaptation, not fear.
Unless you live in Bangladesh. In which case you are straight fucked.
28 people to need treatment for vomiting and nausea.
There is no justice.
Authorities said the worker who cleaned the fridge didn't need treatment â" she can't smell because of allergies.
âoeYou really want a very sober assessmentâ of the science behind the claim, Fukuda said May 11 at the WHOâ(TM)s Geneva headquarters.
No thanks. I'll take drunken hysteria please.
The trouble with being punctual is that people think you have nothing more important to do.