A new spin on the Affirmative Action question

Just about everyone has heard of Affirmative Action by now.  Affirmative action laws and policies require organizations to make proactive efforts to represent individuals from certain protected classes in the workplace at levels comparable to those for unprotected groups. Affirmative action requirements…
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EFF Reports Beating Back CDJ Data Sharing Plan

Yesterday, the Electronic Freedom Foundation (EFF) reported that the California Department of Justice (CDJ) has canceled its meetings with law enforcement throughout California for development of a facial recognition system based on the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) photo database.  The report…
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Dayna Martin Advocates Unschooling and Natural Childbirth

In a recently published interview with Peaceful Anarchism on the Voluntary Virtues Network, long-time advocate for unschooling and natural childbirth, Dayna Martin, provided insight into the philosophy and history of home schooling and natural childbirth.  As summarized by Peaceful Anarchist: "Please enjoy…
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Will Judge Kimberly J. Mueller Declare Federal Cannabis Prohibition Unconstitutional?

It's unlikely.  But she has been willing to consider arguments that a prohibition based on "no medical use" is plainly false.  Even the Assistant Attorney General arguing the case had to concede that cannabis "is not the most dangerous drug in the…
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