Blog/Rule of Law

GDPR resulting in Destroying German Internet

After the first week, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe has done far more damage than Brussels ever anticipated. This regulation, which [...]

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American Media Blocked in Europe

The American media companies such as Tronc and Lee Enterprises are now totally dark in European Union countries. Some of those sites include the Los Angeles Times, [...]

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Day One Brings Complaints in Europe Against Google & Facebook

It took only one day for complaints to be filed against Google and Facebook under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). When Mark Zuckerberg testified [...]

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The Rule of Law & Who Was a True Inspiration

  QUESTION: I am studying to become a lawyer. I find your legal writings fascinating. You provide a far deeper understanding of the rule of law than I am [...]

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Germany Creates Criminal Law That Applies to Small Business

QUESTION: The coalition agreement in Germany provided for criminal sanctions against companies of any size. Naturally, the large companies can withstand such an [...]

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Mueller – the Secret Agent of the Deep State?

Robert Mueller’s team members are the people who destroyed Arthur Anderson. When the firm finally got to the Supreme Court, they overruled [...]

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The Right to Privacy Means Nothing

QUESTION: Has the world lost sight of what is a Protection Priority?? Equifax CEO Richard Smith Resigns after Backlash Over Massive Data Breach Equifax that [...]

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Culture – Law – And Different Ways

Several women have written in and disagree with what I wrote about prostitution. They argue that 75% of prostitutes come from broken homes, which today is over [...]

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Justice Department sues California for Harboring Illegal Aliens Defying Constitution

The Justice Department is suing the state of California for violating the Constitution by passing laws that shield illegal immigrants. Governor Jerry Brown is [...]

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Corruption & the Rule of Law

QUESTION: Today’s opinion section of the WSJ features an article on government’s intervention in AIG. The troublesome point concerns the possibility of [...]

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