Tag Archives: Law

What part of legal [U.S.] immigration don’t you understand?

Because it’s all explained real simple right here.

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Adultery Laws in the Far East

Jail for adultery in Korea Up through World War II, Japan had a law in its criminal code that prescribed criminal punishments for women who committed adultery. This statute was also part of the criminal code in its two colonies, … Continue reading

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Divine Indemnification

Former Nebraska State Senator Ernie Chambers sued God last year, “seeking a permanent injunction to prevent God from committing acts of violence such as earthquakes and tornadoes.” Judge Marlon Polk threw out the suit, saying: There was no evidence that … Continue reading

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The So-Called Rule of Law in Russia

Some truly flawless logic is coming out of the Russian judiciary with regards to the appropriateness of sexual harrassment in the 21st century: A Russian advertising executive who sued her boss for sexual harassment lost her case after a judge … Continue reading

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Policy option: ignore symbolism

I was happy to see so many comments on my “argument against French hypocrisy”:http://cominganarchy.com/2008/07/24/deny-his-citizenship/. Some agreed with my assessment; others did not, calling my reasoning “misleading” or “muddled.” I think my argument still stands when taken for what it is: … Continue reading

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Japan as an Immigrant Nation

During the heady days of the Koizumi era, it was common to see and hear of unusually progressive changes in how Japan worked. That included foreign private equity companies buying and managing Japanese banks, foreign-born naturalized persons elected to the … Continue reading

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Ahh, Shariah

Thanks to Joe for this legal tidbit (and the translation): Question We have reviewed request no. 2556 for the year 2005 coming by fax and which includes a request to clarify the legal opinion on the following: A woman observes … Continue reading

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Bad News for NATO from Germany

With questions about a two-tier system for NATO and concerns about certain members being unreliable or not sharing the burden, a ruling by the German Supreme Court comes as more bad news. The issue this time was the deployment of … Continue reading

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Delaware Wins!

New Jersey’s hope of profiting from a huge liquefied natural gas processing plant on its Delaware River shore ended yesterday, as the Supreme Court ruled with a vote of 6 to 2 that Delaware has the right to veto the … Continue reading

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Police Officer Dumps Quadriplegic From Wheelchair

Through experience with criminal elements and based on my political philisophy, I am generally a red-blooded pro-law enforcement citizen. But I also fully understand and appreciate the fact that American police culture is dispicable in the way it regularly interacts … Continue reading

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