Almost 60 years ago, Lady Chatterley’s Lover brought sex and lust into the courtroom and changed the way we thought about censoring literature.
After flaming a local doctor with a negative Google review, the NSW Supreme Court has ordered a Sydney woman to pay that doctor half a million dollars in damages.
To his critics, Julian Assange’s arrest proves that he isn’t above the law. However, with his lawyers crying foul over his treatment, I’m wondering what law he actually broke.
Brunei instituting harsh corporal punishments for homosexuality is but one of the laws on the table. They are, unfortunately, rather serious about the changes.
Doubt is now being leveled at Christine Blasey Ford in the wake of the FBI’s findings, but that shouldn’t distract from what we women regularly face.
The emoji’s reign of terror continues as lawmakers are crippled by the subjective nature of their meaning. Brave new world.
San Francisco’s plan to introduce robo-cops to clean up the streets worked just fine … until it started to target the homeless population.
Believe it or not, the emoji is now being used in courts all over the world as a measure to determine criminal intent.
In Alabama, the Senate has okayed a police force with “all the powers of law enforcement” to protect a church of 4,000. Should be fine.
The land of the free and the home of the spurious lawsuit has a new hero, a man who looked to single-handedly right injustice … in regards to imitation butter.