How to Regulate Pornography by Terry Schilling
The answers that would pass US constitutional muster, according to the article, are for ISPs to have filters that customers could opt out of, or to enforce some sort of zoning, e.g. a .xxx TLD.
Will the Banks Collapse? - The Atlantic
"But those who genuinely care about public health should not conflate the factual question of how dangerous mass protest may be during this pandemic with value judgments about whether the risk is worth it. Nevertheless, such an approach is ascendant."
Protests Carry Risk Even When They’re Justified
More than 27 000 people died in Spain of #covid19, but testing indicates that only 5% of the population was infected.
(Infection fatality rate: 1.15%)
Covid-19 antibodies: Spanish study has a scary takeaway about coronavirus immunity - Vox
I sympathise, @thurloat . I know what it's like to be busy at work, and to have important demands on your time at home; probably most of us on this instance do. We all appreciate the time and effort you've put into caring for Moosetodon and its friendly community.
That being said, in order to remain connected with the larger community, I have decided to make this a secondary account.
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"[...] Assuming that the necessary level of support to remove a president from office for that offense will not be reached, should we prefer that more elected officials go on record that it is unacceptable — or that fewer do?"
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The article by #RameshPonnuru in the Dec 31, 2019 issue of *National Review* has convinced me.
"Whether Trump should be removed from office over the objections of nearly half the country is not an important question. He can’t be. There are better questions. Would it be good for the country if a large majority of Americans were to be persuaded that it is unacceptable for a president to use his office to encourage foreign governments to investigate his political opponents? [...]"
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How knitters got knotted in a purity spiral - UnHerd
"Lindsay pointed to the atheist movement of the mid-2000s, from which he’d come: a community that once had the wind in its sails, but had imploded into infighting by 2011, as half of its members jagged off in an social justice direction. Soon enough, the likes of the evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins were being problematised as stale, male and pale."
Direction du PCC: un combat entre progressistes et traditionnels?: https://lp.ca/oMKj6h
"des progressistes-conservateurs — les rouges — lorsque le parti a fusionné avec l’Alliance canadienne — les bleus"
Non, les bleus et les rouges étaient les deux des factions dans l'ancien part progressiste-conservateur. Qui dirait que Elsie Wayne était progressiste ?
Levels of Development / Levels of Detail / LOD explained