Category Archives: Privacy

Picture This

My husband had a brief torrid affair.  He is deeply remorseful and promised it would never happen again.  You see, my long absences combined with the attention of a young, beautiful woman with sparkling eyes and legs that went on … Continue reading

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A Horrible Decision

On Monday, the Court said it was constitutionally okay to take a sample of “skin cells”. They might just as well take an arm or a leg, your heart, your brain, or your medical records. Continue reading

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No Slam Dunk

Last September I wrote that the United States Supreme Court was about to hear oral arguments in a case called Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders.  As you’ll recall, this is what I had to say about it: Albert Florence … Continue reading

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Losing More than Liberty

We have allowed the government to ransack our bodies. Continue reading

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Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Many will argue that DNA can prove a person’s innocence. But shouldn’t we put the burden on proving guilt? Continue reading

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Parental Rights and Wrongs

it’s so strange that even the strange Justice Antonin Scalia concurred in the opinion of the majority by saying: “I join the Court’s opinion, which reasonably applies our precedents, strange though they may be.” Continue reading

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