Boobs: everybody’s got ’em

Poor Linda Meyer. She just isn’t the best spokesperson for mammary activists.Meyer, who champions the right for women to bare their breasts in public, recently wrote the Vancouver Province telling them that "by publishing male nipples and refusing to publish mine, your newspaper is violating Section 15 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms." Then… Continue reading Boobs: everybody’s got ’em

Making money can be a crime if people die

Litigation may be our saving grace when legislation leaves us staring at the wrong end of a gun. Colt, famous maker of the all-American western six-shooter, is the first to fold under the pressure of 28 separate fierarms-related lawsuits. Lawyers demand compensation for cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco, which suffer from enormous gun-related… Continue reading Making money can be a crime if people die

Dialogue may help change China’s human rights practices

China’s Jiang Zemin is on tour. The leader of the world’s most populous nation just arrived in France after visiting Great Britain last week. There are calls for governments to refuse graceful diplomatic relations with Zemin due to China’s outrageous stance on human rights. Oddly enough, it makes good sense to ignore these petitions. Who… Continue reading Dialogue may help change China’s human rights practices